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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  As she looked at him, she wondered what his financial state wasnow. They ate and talked a little.
2.  "I'll have a bouquet for her," he thought. "Drouet won't mind."He never for a moment concealed the fact of her attraction forhimself. He troubled himself not at all about Drouet's priority.He was merely floating those gossamer threads of thought which,like the spider's, he hoped would lay hold somewhere. He did notknow, he could not guess, what the result would be.
3.  The contagion of thought here demonstrated itself. While Hansonreally came for bread, the thought dwelt with him that now hewould see what Carrie was doing. No sooner did he draw near herwith that in mind than she felt it. Of course, she had nounderstanding of what put it into her head, but, nevertheless, itaroused in her the first shade of real antipathy to him. Sheknew now that she did not like him. He was suspicious.
4.  The ex-manager laid hand to the lever and pushed it gently, as hethought. It worked much easier than he imagined, however, withthe result that the car jerked quickly forward, throwing him backagainst the door. He straightened up sheepishly, while theinstructor stopped the car with the brake.
5.  In her delight she was almost anxious to tell Hurstwood. But, asshe walked homeward, and her survey of the facts of the casebecame larger, she began to think of the anomaly of her findingwork in several weeks and his lounging in idleness for a numberof months.
6.  "Of course," he answered, "you know I will."


1.  Hurstwood thought he saw a shade of compliance in this. Heredoubled his ardour.
2.  "When will he be in?" asked Carrie, somewhat relieved by thisinformation.
3.  "She's been long getting round to it, hasn't she?" saidHurstwood, with a kind of sarcasm.
4.  That same evening, Carrie, after reading, went off to the frontroom to bed. This was unusual. When Hurstwood decided to go, heretired, as usual, without a light. It was then that hediscovered Carrie's absence.
5.  "That's too bad," he said, stepping away and adjusting his vestafter his slight bending over. "I was thinking we might go to ashow to-night."


1.  She used her feet less heavily, a thing that was brought about byher attempting to imitate the treasurer's daughter's gracefulcarriage. How much influence the presence of that young woman inthe same house had upon her it would be difficult to say. But,because of all these things, when Hurstwood called he had found ayoung woman who was much more than the Carrie to whom Drouet hadfirst spoken. The primary defects of dress and manner hadpassed. She was pretty, graceful, rich in the timidity born ofuncertainty, and with a something childlike in her large eyeswhich captured the fancy of this starched and conventional poseramong men. It was the ancient attraction of the fresh for thestale. If there was a touch of appreciation left in him for thebloom and unsophistication which is the charm of youth, itrekindled now. He looked into her pretty face and felt thesubtle waves of young life radiating therefrom. In that largeclear eye he could see nothing that his blase nature couldunderstand as guile. The little vanity, if he could haveperceived it there, would have touched him as a pleasant thing.
2.  They descended the stairs, Mrs. Vance offering suggestions, andclimbed into the open coach.
3.  Carrie thrilled to be taken so seriously. For the moment,loneliness deserted her. Here was praise which was keen andanalytical.
4.  In the same house with her lived an official of one of thetheatres, Mr. Frank A. Hale, manager of the Standard, and hiswife, a pleasing-looking brunette of thirty-five. They werepeople of a sort very common in America today, who liverespectably from hand to mouth. Hale received a salary of forty-five dollars a week. His wife, quite attractive, affected thefeeling of youth, and objected to that sort of home life whichmeans the care of a house and the raising of a family. LikeDrouet and Carrie, they also occupied three rooms on the floorabove.
5.   Hurstwood had returned, and was already in bed. His clothes werescattered loosely about. Carrie came to the door and saw him,then retreated. She did not want to go in yet a while. Shewanted to think. It was disagreeable to her.
6.  "Oh, I've promised Mrs. Hale to go with her to the Exposition to-night," she returned, apologetically.


1.  "The world is always struggling to express itself," he went on."Most people are not capable of voicing their feelings. Theydepend upon others. That is what genius is for. One manexpresses their desires for them in music; another one in poetry;another one in a play. Sometimes nature does it in a face--itmakes the face representative of all desire. That's what hashappened in your case."
2.  "Supposing you get 'em and take 'em out to dinner?"
3.  It was not often that she came to the play stirred to her heart'score by actualities. To-day a low song of longing had been setsinging in her heart by the finery, the merriment, the beauty shehad seen. Oh, these women who had passed her by, hundreds andhundreds strong, who were they? Whence came the rich, elegantdresses, the astonishingly coloured buttons, the knick-knacks ofsilver and gold? Where were these lovely creatures housed? Amidwhat elegancies of carved furniture, decorated walls, elaboratetapestries did they move? Where were their rich apartments,loaded with all that money could provide? In what stables champedthese sleek, nervous horses and rested the gorgeous carriages?Where lounged the richly groomed footmen? Oh, the mansions, thelights, the perfume, the loaded boudoirs and tables! New Yorkmust be filled with such bowers, or the beautiful, insolent,supercilious creatures could not be. Some hothouses held them.It ached her to know that she was not one of them--that, alas,she had dreamed a dream and it had not come true. She wonderedat her own solitude these two years past--her indifference to thefact that she had never achieved what she had expected.
4、  He put the reins in her hand, and folded his arms.
5、  "I imagine I could get in," said Hurstwood significantly.




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       Chapter III

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