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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  In time she began to feel that a change had come about, and thatshe was not in his confidence. He was evidently secretive andkept his own counsel. She found herself asking him questionsabout little things. This is a disagreeable state to a woman.Great love makes it seem reasonable, sometimes plausible, butnever satisfactory. Where great love is not, a more definite andless satisfactory conclusion is reached.
2.  "There," said Hurstwood, indicating the direction by a cast ofhis eye, "the man with the silk hat."
3.  "Can't we save?" said Carrie.
4.  "Oh, was he?" said Hurstwood.
5.  "I met John B. Drake to-day," he said. "He's going to open ahotel here in the fall. He says that he can make a place for methen."
6.  "I'm not feeling very well to-night. I had a slight cold theother day."


1.  "Do you suppose the boat will sail promptly?" asked Jessica, "ifit keeps up like this?"
2.  The reason for his interest, not to say fascination, was deeperthan mere desire. It was a flowering out of feelings which hadbeen withering in dry and almost barren soil for many years. Itis probable that Carrie represented a better order of woman thanhad ever attracted him before. He had had no love affair sincethat which culminated in his marriage, and since then time andthe world had taught him how raw and erroneous was his originaljudgment. Whenever he thought of it, he told himself that, if hehad it to do over again, he would never marry such a woman. Atthe same time, his experience with women in general had lessenedhis respect for the sex. He maintained a cynical attitude, wellgrounded on numerous experiences. Such women as he had knownwere of nearly one type, selfish, ignorant, flashy. The wives ofhis friends were not inspiring to look upon. His own wife haddeveloped a cold, commonplace nature which to him was anythingbut pleasing. What he knew of that under-world where grovel thebeat-men of society (and he knew a great deal) had hardened hisnature. He looked upon most women with suspicion--a single eyeto the utility of beauty and dress. He followed them with akeen, suggestive glance. At the same time, he was not so dullbut that a good woman commanded his respect. Personally, he didnot attempt to analyse the marvel of a saintly woman. He wouldtake off his hat, and would silence the light-tongued and thevicious in her presence--much as the Irish keeper of a Boweryhall will humble himself before a Sister of Mercy, and pay tollto charity with a willing and reverent hand. But he would notthink much upon the question of why he did so.
3.  "No," said Carrie, whose feelings were already localised in thegreat Western city.
4.  Carrie looked at him tenderly. She could have laid her head uponhis shoulder, so delightful did it all seem."Well," she said, "I'll try and get ready then."
5.  Hurstwood, on the contrary, saw in the strength of her newattractiveness his miserable predicament. He could have cursedthe man beside him. By the Lord, he could not even applaudfeelingly as he would. For once he must simulate when it left ataste in his mouth.
6.  "I'm not going out on the road," said Miss Osborne.


1.  "Four days," she answered.
2.  "Well," she said, "young woman, what can I do for you?"
3.  "No," she said to herself, "he can't come here."
4.  The latter looked Hurstwood over, and seeing something keen andintellectual in his eyes, said:
5.   "Very well," said Cargill, troubled for something to talk about."Stopping here?"
6.  The nature of these vast retail combinations, should they everpermanently disappear, will form an interesting chapter in thecommercial history of our nation. Such a flowering out of amodest trade principle the world had never witnessed up to thattime. They were along the line of the most effective retailorganisation, with hundreds of stores coordinated into one andlaid out upon the most imposing and economic basis. They werehandsome, bustling, successful affairs, with a host of clerks anda swarm of patrons. Carrie passed along the busy aisles, muchaffected by the remarkable displays of trinkets, dress goods,stationery, and jewelry. Each separate counter was a show placeof dazzling interest and attraction. She could not help feelingthe claim of each trinket and valuable upon her personally, andyet she did not stop. There was nothing there which she couldnot have used--nothing which she did not long to own. The daintyslippers and stockings, the delicately frilled skirts andpetticoats, the laces, ribbons, hair-combs, purses, all touchedher with individual desire, and she felt keenly the fact that notany of these things were in the range of her purchase. She was awork-seeker, an outcast without employment, one whom the averageemployee could tell at a glance was poor and in need of asituation.


1.  "Suits me," said Hurstwood.
2.  Curiously, as he troubled over his future, his thoughtsoccasionally reverted to his wife and family. He had avoidedsuch thoughts for the first three years as much as possible. Hehated her, and he could get along without her. Let her go. Hewould do well enough. Now, however, when he was not doing wellenough, he began to wonder what she was doing, how his childrenwere getting along. He could see them living as nicely as ever,occupying the comfortable house and using his property.
3.  When in the flush of such feelings he heard his wife's voice,when the insistent demands of matrimony recalled him from dreamsto a stale practice, how it grated. He then knew that this was achain which bound his feet.
4、  "Didn't think!" said Carrie, now angered to the core by the man'speculiar attitude. "Of course not. You thought only of whatwould be to your satisfaction. You thought you'd make a toy ofme--a plaything. Well, I'll show you that you won't. I'll havenothing more to do with you at all. You can take your old thingsand keep them," and unfastening a little pin he had given her,she flung it vigorously upon the floor and began to move about asif to gather up the things which belonged to her.
5、  "Aren't you very tired?" he said.




  • 阳正茂 08-07

      The cabby beat his horse into a sort of imitation gallop whichwas fairly fast, however. On the way Hurstwood thought what todo. Reaching the number, he hurried up the steps and did notspare the bell in waking the servant.

  • 蔡继富 08-07

      "We can't stay in Chicago," she replied.

  • 刘鲁舟 08-07

       There was really something exceedingly human--if not pathetic--inhis being thus relieved by a clearly worded reproof. He who hadfor so long remained satisfied with himself now looked outside ofhimself for comfort--and to such a source. The mystic cords ofaffection! How they bind us all.

  • 陈淞山 08-07

      She remembered that she was hungry and went to the littlecupboard in the rear room where were the remains of one of theirbreakfasts. She looked at these things with certain misgivings.The contemplation of food had more significance than usual.

  • 戴勇 08-06

    {  The result of this was that she secretly resolved to try. Itdidn't matter about him. She was not going to be dragged intopoverty and something worse to suit him. She could act. Shecould get something and then work up. What would he say then?She pictured herself already appearing in some fine performanceon Broadway; of going every evening to her dressing-room andmaking up. Then she would come out at eleven o'clock and see thecarriages ranged about, waiting for the people. It did notmatter whether she was the star or not. If she were only oncein, getting a decent salary, wearing the kind of clothes sheliked, having the money to do with, going here and there as shepleased, how delightful it would all be. Her mind ran over thispicture all the day long. Hurstwood's dreary state made itsbeauty become more and more vivid.

  • 沈雪炜 08-05

      "Did you see by the paper they are going to call out themilitia?" Hurstwood heard one of them remark.}

  • 贝可勒尔 08-05

      "Oh, dear," said Carrie.

  • 华崇俊 08-05

      About this time Ames returned to New York. He had made a littlesuccess in the West, and now opened a laboratory in WoosterStreet. Of course, he encountered Carrie through Mrs. Vance; butthere was nothing responsive between them. He thought she wasstill united to Hurstwood, until otherwise informed. Not knowingthe facts then, he did not profess to understand, and refrainedfrom comment.

  • 林娟文 08-04

       The poor girl thrilled as she walked away from Drouet. She feltashamed in part because she had been weak enough to take it, buther need was so dire, she was still glad. Now she would have anice new jacket! Now she would buy a nice pair of pretty buttonshoes. She would get stockings, too, and a skirt, and, and--until already, as in the matter of her prospective salary, shehad got beyond, in her desires, twice the purchasing power of herbills.

  • 牛汝极 08-02

    {  "No," she answered, weakly.

  • 蒋干帅 08-02

      "I'm all right," said Carrie, smiling.