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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It's fine to be a good actress," came distinctly back.
2.  "Oh, you are?" he said.
3.  Hurstwood did not take this to himself. He thought it to be anexpression of individual satisfaction, and so did not answer.The youth imagined he was out of sorts, and set to whistlingsoftly. Seeing another man asleep, he quit that and lapsed intosilence.
4.  "You didn't have any right to want me," she answered, strikingcleanly home.
5.  Carrie listened with eager ears. These things never came upbetween her and Hurstwood. Nevertheless, she began to suggestone thing and another, which Hurstwood agreed to without anyexpression of opinion. He noticed the new tendency on Carrie'spart, and finally, hearing much of Mrs. Vance and her delightfulways, suspected whence the change came. He was not inclined tooffer the slightest objection so soon, but he felt that Carrie'swants were expanding. This did not appeal to him exactly, but hecared for her in his own way, and so the thing stood. Still,there was something in the details of the transactions whichcaused Carrie to feel that her requests were not a delight tohim. He did not enthuse over the purchases. This led her tobelieve that neglect was creeping in, and so another small wedgewas entered.
6.  They decided to move Friday, which was two days away. Now thatthe thing was settled, Carrie's heart misgave her. She felt verymuch like a criminal in the matter. Each day looking atHurstwood, she had realised that, along with the disagreeablenessof his attitude, there was something pathetic.


1.  Carrie was certainly better than this man, as she was superior,mentally, to Drouet. She came fresh from the air of the village,the light of the country still in her eye. Here was neitherguile nor rapacity. There were slight inherited traits of bothin her, but they were rudimentary. She was too full of wonderand desire to be greedy. She still looked about her upon thegreat maze of the city without understanding. Hurstwood felt thebloom and the youth. He picked her as he would the fresh fruitof a tree. He felt as fresh in her presence as one who is takenout of the flash of summer to the first cool breath of spring.
2.  "Hold on a minute," cried the manager, throwing up his hands, asif in despair. His demeanour was fierce.
3.  "Yes," said young George.
4.  As the curtain for the next act arose, Drouet came back. He wasvery much enlivened in temper and inclined to whisper, butHurstwood pretended interest. He fixed his eyes on the stage,although Carrie was not there, a short bit of melodramatic comedypreceding her entrance. He did not see what was going on,however. He was thinking his own thoughts, and they werewretched.
5.  Hurstwood was something of a romanticist after his kind. He wascapable of strong feelings--often poetic ones--and under a stressof desire, such as the present, he waxed eloquent. That is, hisfeelings and his voice were coloured with that seeming repressionand pathos which is the essence of eloquence.
6.  They were married by a Baptist minister, the first divine theyfound convenient.


1.  This little experience settled her hunting for one day. Shelooked around elsewhere, but it was from the outside. She gotthe location of several playhouses fixed in her mind--notably theGrand Opera House and McVickar's, both of which were leading inattractions--and then came away. Her spirits were materiallyreduced, owing to the newly restored sense of magnitude of thegreat interests and the insignificance of her claims uponsociety, such as she understood them to be.
2.  Carrie was ashamed to say that she was married. She had talkedso much about getting more salary and confessed to so muchanxiety about her future, that now, when the direct question offact was waiting, she could not tell this girl.
3.  Again, time hanging heavily on his hands, he went home early, andthis continued for several days, each day the need to huntpaining him, and each day disgust, depression, shamefacednessdriving him into lobby idleness.
4.  On the morrow Carrie reported promptly and was given a place inthe line. She saw a large, empty, shadowy play-house, stillredolent of the perfumes and blazonry of the night, and notablefor its rich, oriental appearance. The wonder of it awed anddelighted her. Blessed be its wondrous reality. How hard shewould try to be worthy of it. It was above the common mass,above idleness, above want, above insignificance. People came toit in finery and carriages to see. It was ever a centre of lightand mirth. And here she was of it. Oh, if she could onlyremain, how happy would be her days!
5.   The next afternoon he was back again, seeking amusement andprofit. This time he followed up three of a kind to his doom.There was a better hand across the table, held by a pugnaciousIrish youth, who was a political hanger-on of the Tammanydistrict in which they were located. Hurstwood was surprised atthe persistence of this individual, whose bets came with a sang-froid which, if a bluff, was excellent art. Hurstwood began todoubt, but kept, or thought to keep, at least, the cool demeanourwith which, in olden times, he deceived those psychic students ofthe gaming table, who seem to read thoughts and moods, ratherthan exterior evidences, however subtle. He could not down thecowardly thought that this man had something better and wouldstay to the end, drawing his last dollar into the pot, should hechoose to go so far. Still, he hoped to win much--his hand wasexcellent. Why not raise it five more?
6.  "I don't seem to have," answered Carrie. "It's about as strangeto me as when I first came here."


1.  Once there, Hurstwood breathed easier. He felt as if the worldwere not quite so bad with such a good man in it. Others seemedto feel like himself about this.
2.  "Well, that's hard to say," said the man. "You might get one ina week, or it might be a month. You'd get the first thing thatwe thought you could do."
3.  "Do you rehearse in the afternoons?" Hurstwood once asked,concealing almost completely the cynical protest and regret whichprompted it.
4、  "Whom did you play with?"
5、  "Yes; dere is nothing to dat. It iss all over."




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      "It's a miserable day out," was all he said. Then he took offhis coat and changed his shoes.

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      "Have you ever seen the houses along the Lake Shore on the NorthSide?" asked Hurstwood.

  • 王有宏 08-04

       "That sounds like somebody that can act, doesn't it?" saidQuincel.

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      "Throw open your lever," yelled one of the officers, grabbing atthe handle himself.

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    {  "What have you been doing?" he went on. "Tell me all aboutyourself. How is your sister?"

  • 潘俊强 08-02

      "Now, who the deuce do I know?" asked the drummer reflectively,scratching his rosy ear. "I don't know any one that knowsanything about amateur theatricals."}

  • 巴别塔 08-02

      Carrie shook her head. Like all women, she was there to objectand be convinced. It was for him to brush the doubts away andclear the path if he could."Why are you going home?" he asked.

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      If ever there was dressiness it was here. It was thepersonification of the old term spick and span.

  • 单笑寒 08-01

       "What's here?" asked Carrie, wondering at his choosing to visitthis town.

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    {  The drummer pinched his lip nervously.

  • 王晓波 07-30

      He approached that entrance and went in.