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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Moved again?" exclaimed Carrie, laughing.
2.  She wondered what could induce him to go alone. There wassomething back of this. She rummaged her brain for a reason.
3.  Mrs. Hurstwood bit her lip.
4.  "Do you know," he said, "I have spent the happiest evenings inyears since I have known you?"
5.  "Indeed it was. My wife enjoyed it very much."
6.  Such mental conflict was not always uppermost. Carrie was not byany means a gloomy soul. More, she had not the mind to get firmhold upon a definite truth. When she could not find her way outof the labyrinth of ill-logic which thought upon the subjectcreated, she would turn away entirely.

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1.  "Very well," said Hurstwood, turning around.
2.  Hurstwood saw it all clearly enough. He was shrewd after hiskind, and yet there was enough decency in the man to stop himfrom making any effectual protest. In his almost inexplicableapathy he was content to droop supinely while Carrie drifted outof his life, just as he was willing supinely to see opportunitypass beyond his control. He could not help clinging andprotesting in a mild, irritating, and ineffectual way, however--away that simply widened the breach by slow degrees.
3.  She looked at him, and he laughed reassuringly.
4.  For all the liberal analysis of Spencer and our modernnaturalistic philosophers, we have but an infantile perception ofmorals. There is more in the subject than mere conformity to alaw of evolution. It is yet deeper than conformity to things ofearth alone. It is more involved than we, as yet, perceive.Answer, first, why the heart thrills; explain wherefore someplaintive note goes wandering about the world, undying; makeclear the rose's subtle alchemy evolving its ruddy lamp in lightand rain. In the essence of these facts lie the first principlesof morals.
5.  These little expeditions took up her time until quite fouro'clock, when she was weary enough to go home. She felt as ifshe ought to continue and inquire elsewhere, but the results sofar were too dispiriting. She took the car and arrived at OgdenPlace in three-quarters of an hour, but decided to ride on to theWest Side branch of the Post-office, where she was accustomed toreceive Hurstwood's letters. There was one there now, writtenSaturday, which she tore open and read with mingled feelings.There was so much warmth in it and such tense complaint at herhaving failed to meet him, and her subsequent silence, that sherather pitied the man. That he loved her was evident enough.That he had wished and dared to do so, married as he was, was theevil. She felt as if the thing deserved an answer, andconsequently decided that she would write and let him know thatshe knew of his married state and was justly incensed at hisdeception. She would tell him that it was all over between them.
6.  Thus crowded fortune. For this whole week, though her largesalary had not yet arrived, it was as if the world understood andtrusted her. Without money--or the requisite sum, at least--sheenjoyed the luxuries which money could buy. For her the doors offine places seemed to open quite without the asking. Thesepalatial chambers, how marvellously they came to her. Theelegant apartments of Mrs. Vance in the Chelsea--these were hers.Men sent flowers, love notes, offers of fortune. And still herdreams ran riot. The one hundred and fifty! the one hundred andfifty! What a door to an Aladdin's cave it seemed to be. Eachday, her head almost turned by developments, her fancies of whather fortune must be, with ample money, grew and multiplied. Sheconceived of delights which were not--saw lights of joy thatnever were on land or sea. Then, at last, after a world ofanticipation, came her first installment of one hundred and fiftydollars.

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1.  "I'm not keeping anybody waiting," returned Jessica, sharply,stirred out of a cynical indifference to a sharp defence. "Isaid I wasn't hungry. I don't want any breakfast."
2.  "What would be the use?" said Shaughnessy. "We couldn't getanother corner around here."
3.  One o'clock came while he was still on the car practising, and hebegan to feel hungry. The day set in snowing, and he was cold.He grew weary of running to and fro on the short track.
4.  "We'd better be going up there," observed Carrie later in theafternoon.
5.   "It's so bad to-day, I'll just wear these around."Eventually these became the permanent thing.
6.  "Do you know," he said, "I have spent the happiest evenings inyears since I have known you?"

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1.  "My wife?"
2.  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.
3.  "I will," said Hurstwood, moving away. The whole conversationwas a trial to him. It seemed to add complications with veryword. This man called up a thousand memories. He representedeverything he had left. Chicago, his wife, the elegant resort--all these were in his greeting and inquiries. And here he was inthis same hotel expecting to confer with him, unquestionablywaiting to have a good time with him. All at once the Chicagopapers would arrive. The local papers would have accounts inthem this very day. He forgot his triumph with Carrie in thepossibility of soon being known for what he was, in this man'seyes, a safe-breaker. He could have groaned as he went into thebarber shop. He decided to escape and seek a more secludedhotel.
4、  "Well, you don't have to," he said. "He can't get what he can'tget. He'll have to wait."
5、  On her spiritual side, also, she was rich in feeling, as such anature well might be. Sorrow in her was aroused by many aspectacle--an uncritical upwelling of grief for the weak and thehelpless. She was constantly pained by the sight of the white-faced, ragged men who slopped desperately by her in a sort ofwretched mental stupor. The poorly clad girls who went blowingby her window evenings, hurrying home from some of the shops ofthe West Side, she pitied from the depths of her heart. Shewould stand and bite her lips as they passed, shaking her littlehead and wondering. They had so little, she thought. It was sosad to be ragged and poor. The hang of faded clothes pained hereyes.

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  • 吕莉红 08-04

      At the Empire Theatre she found a hive of peculiarly listless andindifferent individuals. Everything ornately upholstered,everything carefully finished, everything remarkably reserved.

  • 赵伟星 08-04

      "Sit down," he added, offering her the chair beside him.

  • 卿至诚 08-04

       Carrie observed his ease with some misgiving. For all the furyof the storm she doubted his comfort. He took his situation toophilosophically.

  • 柳车英 08-04

      "Good-morning," said Hurstwood. "You advertised, I believe, fora salesman?"

  • 沃达斯科 08-03

    {  "Well?" said Carrie, inquisitively.

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      "I don't know, sir," said Olsen. "We have about all the help weneed. I think I could find something, sir, though, if you like."}

  • 李海云 08-02

      When Minnie found the note next morning, after a night of mingledwonder and anxiety, which was not exactly touched by yearning,sorrow, or love, she exclaimed: "Well, what do you think ofthat?"

  • 谢小渝 08-02

      He would have gone on further with his little flirtation, but thetaste for it was temporarily removed. He was quite relieved whenthe girl's named was called from below.

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       "They'll want motormen, mostly."

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    {  "Shall I wear my hair as I did yesterday?" she asked, as she cameout with several articles of apparel pending.

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      Mrs. Morgan saw the drift of things and gleamed at Carrie withenvious and snapping black eyes.

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