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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  A PUBLIC DISSENSION--A FINAL APPEAL
2.  Carrie recognised the glance and the girl. She was one of thosewho worked at the machines in the shoe factory. The latterlooked, not quite sure, and then turned her head and looked.Carrie felt as if some great tide had rolled between them. Theold dress and the old machine came back. She actually started.Drouet didn't notice until Carrie bumped into a pedestrian.
3.  "It would be a good thing if they did," he went on, half tohimself, half to her, though he felt that something was amiss inthat quarter. He withdrew his attention to his paper verycircumspectly, listening mentally for the little sounds whichshould show him what was on foot.
4.  "It's unfair to let such playing go without earning something,"he said after a time, slipping his finger into the little coinpocket of his coat. "Let's play for dimes."
5.  On this Friday afternoon, scarcely two days after his previousvisit, he made up his mind to see Carrie. He could not stay awaylonger.
6.  Carrie remembered this with a start. Where to get the money? Shehad none laid up for such an emergency. Rent day was drawingnear.


1.  For answer, her lips replied.
2.  Hurstwood had been reading of this thing, and wonderingconcerning the huge tie-up which would follow. A day or twobefore this trouble with Carrie, it came. On a cold afternoon,when everything was grey and it threatened to snow, the papersannounced that the men had been called out on all the lines.Being so utterly idle, and his mind filled with the numerouspredictions which had been made concerning the scarcity of labourthis winter and the panicky state of the financial market,Hurstwood read this with interest. He noted the claims of thestriking motormen and conductors, who said that they had beenwont to receive two dollars a day in times past, but that for ayear or more "trippers" had been introduced, which cut down theirchance of livelihood one-half, and increased their hours ofservitude from ten to twelve, and even fourteen. These"trippers" were men put on during the busy and rush hours, totake a car out for one trip. The compensation paid for such atrip was only twenty-five cents. When the rush or busy hourswere over, they were laid off. Worst of all, no man might knowwhen he was going to get a car. He must come to the barns in themorning and wait around in fair and foul weather until such timeas he was needed. Two trips were an average reward for so muchwaiting--a little over three hours' work for fifty cents. Thework of waiting was not counted.
3.  After he had all the money in the handbag, a revulsion of feelingseized him. He would not do it--no! Think of what a scandal itwould make. The police! They would be after him. He would haveto fly, and where? Oh, the terror of being a fugitive fromjustice! He took out the two boxes and put all the money back.In his excitement he forgot what he was doing, and put the sumsin the wrong boxes. As he pushed the door to, he thought heremembered doing it wrong and opened the door again. There werethe two boxes mixed.
4.  After dinner she went into the bathroom, where they could notdisturb her, and wrote a little note.
5.  "It's funny how anxious these women are to get on the stage."
6.  Outside in the little lobby another scene was begin enacted.Without the interest of Hurstwood, the little hall would probablyhave been comfortably filled, for the members of the lodge weremoderately interested in its welfare. Hurstwood's word, however,had gone the rounds. It was to be a full-dress affair. The fourboxes had been taken. Dr. Norman McNeill Hale and his wife wereto occupy one. This was quite a card. C. R. Walker, dry-goodsmerchant and possessor of at least two hundred thousand dollars,had taken another; a well-known coal merchant had been induced totake the third, and Hurstwood and his friends the fourth. Amongthe latter was Drouet. The people who were now pouring here werenot celebrities, nor even local notabilities, in a general sense.They were the lights of a certain circle--the circle of smallfortunes and secret order distinctions. These gentlemen Elksknew the standing of one another. They had regard for theability which could amass a small fortune, own a nice home, keepa barouche or carriage, perhaps, wear fine clothes, and maintaina good mercantile position. Naturally, Hurstwood, who was alittle above the order of mind which accepted this standard asperfect, who had shrewdness and much assumption of dignity, whoheld an imposing and authoritative position, and commandedfriendship by intuitive tact in handling people, was quite afigure. He was more generally known than most others in the samecircle, and was looked upon as some one whose reserve covered amine of influence and solid financial prosperity.


1.  "All right; I'm down here doing a little buying. Are you locatedhere now?"
2.  "Where?"
3.  "You talk as though I had persuaded you," answered Carrie. "Youstand there and throw up what you've done. I don't want your oldthings. I'll not have them. You take them to-night and do whatyou please with them. I'll not stay here another minute."
4.  "You must bring the girl down and take dinner with me," he said."I'm afraid you keep her cooped up out there. I'll get a box forJoe Jefferson."
5.   "George, I must have some coal to-day," or, "You must get somemeat of some kind for dinner."
6.  He went in and examined his letters, but there was nothing fromCarrie. Fortunately, there was nothing from his wife either. Hethanked his stars that he did not have to confront thatproposition just now when he needed to think so much. He walkedthe floor again, pretending to be in an ordinary mood, butsecretly troubled beyond the expression of words.


1.  He walked several blocks up the street. His watch onlyregistered 1.30. He tried to think of some place to go orsomething to do. The day was so bad he wanted only to be inside.Finally his feet began to feel wet and cold, and he boarded acar. This took him to Fifty-ninth Street, which was as good asanywhere else. Landed here, he turned to walk back along SeventhAvenue, but the slush was too much. The misery of lounging aboutwith nowhere to go became intolerable. He felt as if he werecatching cold.
2.  "S-s-t," said the other girl, bending over her work. The first,silenced, instantly assumed a solemn face. The foreman passedslowly along, eyeing each worker distinctly. The moment he wasgone, the conversation was resumed again.
3.  "'Trying to steal,' said the child.
4、  A half block away, a small girl gazed at him.
5、  "I'm willing," said Carrie.




  • 刘渝 08-04

      "What makes you put so much butter on the steak?" he asked herone evening, standing around in the kitchen.

  • 哈吉克巴尔·古珀 08-04

      "Isn't it large?" said Carrie.

  • 周延 08-04

       "Now, this handle here regulates your speed. To here," he said,pointing with his finger, "gives you about four miles an hour.This is eight. When it's full on, you make about fourteen milesan hour."

  • 陈元 08-04

      "We can get along if we economise. I'll pay you back all right."

  • 游野泳 08-03

    {  There was such an ingratiating tone about Hurstwood's voice, theinsinuation was so perceptible that even Carrie got the humour ofit.

  • 陈舒平 08-02

      "Well, I don't know," answered Carrie, puzzling, but not offeringto break her promise in his favour.}

  • 向秀芳 08-02

      Carrie in her rooms that evening was in a fine glow, physicallyand mentally. She was deeply rejoicing in her affection forHurstwood and his love, and looked forward with fine fancy totheir next meeting Sunday night. They had agreed, without anyfeeling of enforced secrecy, that she should come down town andmeet him, though, after all, the need of it was the cause.

  • 黄才勇 08-02

      On Sunday evening Carrie dined with him at a place he hadselected in East Adams Street, and thereafter they took a cab towhat was then a pleasant evening resort out on Cottage GroveAvenue near 39th Street. In the process of his declaration hesoon realised that Carrie took his love upon a higher basis thanhe had anticipated. She kept him at a distance in a ratherearnest way, and submitted only to those tender tokens ofaffection which better become the inexperienced lover. Hurstwoodsaw that she was not to be possessed for the asking, and deferredpressing his suit too warmly.

  • 岳塘 08-01

       "I'll look around," said Carrie, observing that the proposedchange seemed to be a serious thing with him.

  • 王东方 07-30

    {  "Look here, my man," said Hurstwood authoritatively, "you don'tunderstand anything about this case, and I can't explain to you.Whatever I intend to do I'll do without advice from the outside.You'll have to excuse me.""Well, now, there's no use of your talking that way," said theman, "when you're in the hands of the police. We can make a lotof trouble for you if we want to. You're not registered right inthis house, you haven't got your wife with you, and thenewspapers don't know you're here yet. You might as well bereasonable."

  • 卡特巴阿苏 07-30

      "All right, now. Hurry right back."