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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I wonder," he said, as he rode away in his cab, "how Drouet cameto win her."
2.  The next evening Carrie was called out, much as if for an error.
3.  She put on her hat and fidgeted around the table in the littlebedroom, wondering where to slip the note. Finally she put itunder Minnie's hair-brush.
4.  It was not for love of him, that he knew.
5.  At the theatre things passed as they had in Hurstwood's favour.If he had been pleasing to Carrie before, how much more so was henow. His grace was more permeating because it found a readiermedium. Carrie watched his every movement with pleasure. Shealmost forgot poor Drouet, who babbled on as if he were the host.


1.  Carrie looked at him curiously. She hardly knew how to continuethe inquiry.
2.  "You've got to get the knack of working both arms at once," hesaid. "It takes a little practice."
3.  He put his hand to his chin, forgetting, for the moment, thepapers.
4.  "Oh, thank you."
5.  "If your husband gets them, he'll tell you how bad it is."
6.  There was a little ache in her fancy of all he described. Herinsignificance in the presence of so much magnificence faintlyaffected her. She realised that hers was not to be a round ofpleasure, and yet there was something promising in all thematerial prospect he set forth. There was something satisfactoryin the attention of this individual with his good clothes. Shecould not help smiling as he told her of some popular actress ofwhom she reminded him. She was not silly, and yet attention ofthis sort had its weight.


1.  The car was turned in and he was allowed to loaf a while, butlater he was again called. This time a new team of officers wasaboard. Slightly more confident, he sped the car along thecommonplace streets and felt somewhat less fearful. On one side,however, he suffered intensely. The day was raw, with asprinkling of snow and a gusty wind, made all the moreintolerable by the speed of the car. His clothing was notintended for this sort of work. He shivered, stamped his feet,and beat his arms as he had seen other motormen do in the past,but said nothing. The novelty and danger of the situationmodified in a way his disgust and distress at being compelled tobe here, but not enough to prevent him from feeling grim andsour. This was a dog's life, he thought. It was a tough thingto have to come to.
2.  "Well," he said, "did you get along all right?"
3.  "What of it?" he said, angering. "I didn't know she was coming,did I?"
4.  "'The Hole in the Ground,'" said Drouet, mentioning the popularfarce of the time.
5.   Carrie turned her face to the west with a subdued heart. As sheturned the corner, she saw through the great shiny window thesmall desk at which she had applied. There were the crowds,hurrying with the same buzz and energy-yielding enthusiasm. Shefelt a slight relief, but it was only at her escape. She feltashamed in the face of better dressed girls who went by. Shefelt as though she should be better served, and her heartrevolted.
6.  "Where do you suppose she's gone to?" said Minnie, thoroughlyaroused.


1.  "Oh, now, Miss Madenda," pleaded the youth.
2.  "In twenty minutes," said the man.
3.  The movement of his lips aroused him. He wondered whether he hadreally spoken. The next time he noticed anything of the sort hereally did talk.
4、  Mrs. Morgan read this rather flatly, and the director was indespair. He fidgeted around, and then went over to Mr. Quincel.
5、  This process of THINKING began by a reversion to Carrie and thearrangement by which he was to get her away from Drouet. Howabout that now? His pain at her failure to meet or write himrapidly increased as he devoted himself to this subject. Hedecided to write her care of the West Side Post-office and askfor an explanation, as well as to have her meet him. The thoughtthat this letter would probably not reach her until Monday chafedhim exceedingly. He must get some speedier method--but how?




  • 金宇彬 08-06

      "Yes, sir," said Miss Maitland.

  • 杨筱璐 08-06

      "Very well," said Cargill, troubled for something to talk about."Stopping here?"

  • 夏效才 08-06

       "A friend of mine from Chicago."

  • 吴林芳 08-06

      "No, sir," she said.

  • 郭小微 08-05

    {  "Well, wait until after the show. Wait until to-morrow. We'llsee what we can do."

  • 李园园 08-04

      Carrie did not go very far, after all. She returned and stood inthe door. The next day they went out to Garfield Park, but itdid not please her. She did not look well enough. In the shopnext day she heard the highly coloured reports which girls giveof their trivial amusements. They had been happy. On severaldays it rained and she used up car fare. One night she gotthoroughly soaked, going to catch the car at Van Buren Street.All that evening she sat alone in the front room looking out uponthe street, where the lights were reflected on the wet pavements,thinking. She had imagination enough to be moody.}

  • 邵许 08-04

      "The last man must have gone through all right," said the officeron the left. "I don't see his car anywhere."

  • 马里奥-查尔莫斯 08-04

      "Not a thing."

  • 孙元磷 08-03

       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.

  • 王晓渭 08-01

    {  "If I were you," went on Drouet, ignoring her last remark, "Iwouldn't have anything to do with him. He's a married man, youknow."

  • 王政 08-01

      "What is it?" said McGarren, pleased to be consulted by theopulent manager.