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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What has become of your friend, Mr. Hurstwood?" she suddenlyasked, bethinking herself of the manager, who, from her ownobservation, seemed to contain promising material.
2.  "I know," said Carrie, "but maybe I can't get anything else."
3.  He was really moved by her excellent representation and thegeneral appearance of the pathetic little figure as it swayed andfinally fainted to the floor. He had bounded up to catch her,and now held her laughing in his arms.
4.  Chapter XV
5.  "I don't care to go," he returned. "What does she want to see?"
6.  "I have the promise of something."


1.  While this was still in his mind, the incident with Oeslogge andCarrie occurred. There had been a good deal to irritate him, butthis seemed much the worst. Never before had she accused him ofstealing--or very near that. She doubted the naturalness of solarge a bill. And he had worked so hard to make expenses seemlight. He had been "doing" butcher and baker in order not tocall on her. He had eaten very little--almost nothing.
2.  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.
3.  "No," said Carrie.
4.  "You want to send her her part?" asked the drummer.
5.  In the crowded elevator, another dusty, toil-stained youth triedto make an impression on her by leering in her face.
6.  "Yes, sir," she said.


1.  "Out to my house, of course," said Drouet, smiling.
2.  "Here you are," he said, repressedly, feeling a spring in hislimbs and an elation which was tragic in itself.
3.  Carrie listened with eager ears. These things never came upbetween her and Hurstwood. Nevertheless, she began to suggestone thing and another, which Hurstwood agreed to without anyexpression of opinion. He noticed the new tendency on Carrie'spart, and finally, hearing much of Mrs. Vance and her delightfulways, suspected whence the change came. He was not inclined tooffer the slightest objection so soon, but he felt that Carrie'swants were expanding. This did not appeal to him exactly, but hecared for her in his own way, and so the thing stood. Still,there was something in the details of the transactions whichcaused Carrie to feel that her requests were not a delight tohim. He did not enthuse over the purchases. This led her tobelieve that neglect was creeping in, and so another small wedgewas entered.
4.  Things were precipitated by the offer of a better part. One ofthe actresses playing the part of a modest sweetheart gave noticeof leaving and Carrie was selected.
5.   "Won't you come along with me?" he said, as if there was greatdanger that she would not. "You won't need to do anything buttravel with me. I'll not trouble you in any way. You can seeMontreal and New York, and then if you don't want to stay you cango back. It will be better than trying to go back to-night."
6.  "Suppose we didn't have time to get married here?" he added, anafterthought striking him.


1.  Accordingly, when he came out he was glad to see the lobby clear,and hastened toward the stairs. He would get Carrie and go outby the ladies' entrance. They would have breakfast in some moreinconspicuous place.
2.  It began with the approach of two or three, who hung about theclosed wooden doors and beat their feet to keep them warm. Theyhad on faded derby hats with dents in them. Their misfit coatswere heavy with melted snow and turned up at the collars. Theirtrousers were mere bags, frayed at the bottom and wobbling overbig, soppy shoes, torn at the sides and worn almost to shreds.They made no effort to go in, but shifted ruefully about, diggingtheir hands deep in their pockets and leering at the crowd andthe increasing lamps. With the minutes, increased the number.There were old men with grizzled beards and sunken eyes, men whowere comparatively young but shrunken by diseases, men who weremiddle-aged. None were fat. There was a face in the thick ofthe collection which was as white as drained veal. There wasanother red as brick. Some came with thin, rounded shoulders,others with wooden legs, still others with frames so lean thatclothes only flapped about them. There were great ears, swollennoses, thick lips, and, above all, red, blood-shot eyes. Not anormal, healthy face in the whole mass; not a straight figure;not a straightforward, steady glance.
3.  "Why, George, how are you?" said another genial West Sidepolitician and lodge member. "My, but I'm glad to see you again;how are things, anyhow?"
4、  "Let's not talk about it any more," she returned.
5、  While this was still in his mind, the incident with Oeslogge andCarrie occurred. There had been a good deal to irritate him, butthis seemed much the worst. Never before had she accused him ofstealing--or very near that. She doubted the naturalness of solarge a bill. And he had worked so hard to make expenses seemlight. He had been "doing" butcher and baker in order not tocall on her. He had eaten very little--almost nothing.




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      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.

  • 徐容 08-08

      "I don't know," said Hanson, and went over to the baby, hisforehead slightly wrinkled.

  • 刘德炳 08-08

       She turned and recognised him on the instant. If there ever hadlurked any feeling in her heart against him, it deserted her now.Still, she remembered what Drouet said about his having stolenthe money.

  • 金霖 08-08

      "Yes; they do," said Carrie.

  • 马某 08-07

    {  "Oh, are you?" exclaimed the other, upon whom the name was notwithout its proper effect.

  • 山连海 08-06

      In his position opportunity for taking his evenings out wasexcellent. He was a most faithful worker in general, and a manwho commanded the confidence of his employers in so far as thedistribution of his time was concerned. He could take such hoursoff as he chose, for it was well known that he fulfilled hismanagerial duties successfully, whatever time he might take. Hisgrace, tact, and ornate appearance gave the place an air whichwas most essential, while at the same time his long experiencemade him a most excellent judge of its stock necessities.Bartenders and assistants might come and go, singly or in groups,but, so long as he was present, the host of old-time customerswould barely notice the change. He gave the place the atmosphereto which they were used. Consequently, he arranged his hoursvery much to suit himself, taking now an afternoon, now anevening, but invariably returning between eleven and twelve towitness the last hour or two of the day's business and look afterthe closing details.}

  • 丽莎 08-06

      He sat a long while without rocking, and added quite clearly, outloud:

  • 黄毅 08-06

      "You won't give it up?" said the man.

  • 杨贤妃 08-05

       Mrs. Hurstwood kept on arranging her hair, not so much asdeigning a glance.

  • 布莱索 08-03

    {  "Drouet is hurt," said Hurstwood quickly. "He wants to see you.Come quickly."

  • 韩爱萍 08-03

      While the appearance of the shop and the announcement of theprice paid per week operated very much as a blow to Carrie'sfancy, the fact that work of any kind was offered after so rude around of experience was gratifying. She could not begin tobelieve that she would take the place, modest as her aspirationswere. She had been used to better than that. Her mere experienceand the free out-of-door life of the country caused her nature torevolt at such confinement. Dirt had never been her share. Hersister's flat was clean. This place was grimy and low, the girlswere careless and hardened. They must be bad-minded and hearted,she imagined. Still, a place had been offered her. SurelyChicago was not so bad if she could find one place in one day.She might find another and better later.