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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  In reality, Carrie had more imagination than he--more taste. Itwas a finer mental strain in her that made possible herdepression and loneliness. Her poor clothes were neat, and sheheld her head unconsciously in a dainty way.
2.  "I've been talking with a wholesale liquor company," he said. "Imay go on the road."
3.  "Oh, no," said Carrie. "I would take anything to begin with."
4.  By degrees she began to use him. Doing this, however, she lostthe weekly payment of twelve dollars.
5.  That night he felt a cold coming on and took quinine. He wasfeverish until morning, and sat about the next day while Carriewaited on him. He was a helpless creature in sickness, not veryhandsome in a dull-coloured bath gown and his hair uncombed. Helooked haggard about the eyes and quite old. Carrie noticedthis, and it did not appeal to her. She wanted to be good-natured and sympathetic, but something about the man held heraloof.
6.  The two policemen got down and Hurstwood started to follow.


1.  Into this important commercial region the timid Carrie went. Shewalked east along Van Buren Street through a region of lesseningimportance, until it deteriorated into a mass of shanties andcoal-yards, and finally verged upon the river. She walkedbravely forward, led by an honest desire to find employment anddelayed at every step by the interest of the unfolding scene, anda sense of helplessness amid so much evidence of power and forcewhich she did not understand. These vast buildings, what werethey? These strange energies and huge interests, for whatpurposes were they there? She could have understood the meaningof a little stone-cutter's yard at Columbia City, carving littlepieces of marble for individual use, but when the yards of somehuge stone corporation came into view, filled with spur tracksand flat cars, transpierced by docks from the river and traversedoverhead by immense trundling cranes of wood and steel, it lostall significance in her little world.
2.  "I see," he said. "Do you live here in the city?"
3.  "You can just leave that in hereafter," he remarked, seeing howintelligent she appeared. "Don't add any more, though."
4.  "Say," he said, suddenly; "where is Hurstwood now?"
5.  Well-dressed guests moving to and fro over the thick carpetscarried him back to the old days. A young lady, a guest of thehouse, playing a piano in an alcove pleased him. He sat therereading.
6.  "Oh!" said Carrie, breaking under the strain, and turning. "Oh,oh!" and she hurried into the front room.


1.  "We did want a salesman," said the man. "I don't know as it'sanything you'd care to take hold of, though."
2.  "Well," said the foreman, scratching his ear meditatively, "we doneed a stitcher. We like experienced help, though. We've hardlygot time to break people in." He paused and looked away out ofthe window. "We might, though, put you at finishing," heconcluded reflectively.
3.  "Sure," said Drouet. "Wait'll I go upstairs and change myclothes."
4.  Jessica obeyed, incidentally touching at her lovely hair andlooking at a little jewel-faced watch. Her husband studied her,for beauty, even cold, is fascinating from one point of view.
5.   "Yes, out near Hoyne Avenue. You were with your husband."
6.  "You're so kind," said Carrie, feeling the goodness of suchattention in her strange situation.


1.  That was not before he had become settled, however. Carrie andhe went looking for a flat, as arranged, and found one inSeventy-eighth Street near Amsterdam Avenue. It was a five-storybuilding, and their flat was on the third floor. Owing to thefact that the street was not yet built up solidly, it waspossible to see east to the green tops of the trees in CentralPark and west to the broad waters of the Hudson, a glimpse ofwhich was to be had out of the west windows. For the privilegeof six rooms and a bath, running in a straight line, they werecompelled to pay thirty-five dollars a month--an average, and yetexorbitant, rent for a home at the time. Carrie noticed thedifference between the size of the rooms here and in Chicago andmentioned it.
2.  "I wish I hadn't done that," he said. "That was a mistake."
3.  The strain of the situation was too much for her, however. Shemade one more vain effort and then burst into tears.
4、  At last the final day came. When it actually arrived, Hurstwood,who had got his mind into such a state where a thunderclap andraging storm would have seemed highly appropriate, was ratherrelieved to find that it was a plain, ordinary day. The sunshone, the temperature was pleasant. He felt, as he came to thebreakfast table, that it wasn't so terrible, after all.
5、  Sitting in his room with Carrie the same day, he decided to sendthe money back. He would write Fitzgerald and Moy, explain all,and then send it by express. Maybe they would forgive him.Perhaps they would ask him back. He would make good the falsestatement he had made about writing them. Then he would leavethis peculiar town.




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       "Here you are," said a stranger, handing money to the captain.

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      "I didn't ask him," said Carrie.

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       Chapter XII

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      "If she isn't there bring it back."