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日期:2020-08-08 08:58:42
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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Within a day or two, Drouet dropped into the Adams Street resort,and he was at once spied by Hurstwood. It was at five in theafternoon and the place was crowded with merchants, actors,managers, politicians, a goodly company of rotund, rosy figures,silk-hatted, starchy-bosomed, beringed and bescarfpinned to thequeen's taste. John L. Sullivan, the pugilist, was at one end ofthe glittering bar, surrounded by a company of loudly dressedsports, who were holding a most animated conversation. Drouetcame across the floor with a festive stride, a new pair of tanshoes squeaking audibly at his progress.
2.  She was flushing scarlet to the roots of her hair, but Drouet didnot catch the full hue of her face, owing to the modified lightof the room. He was regaining much confidence as Carrie defendedherself with denials.
3.  All day and all night it snowed, and the city began to sufferfrom a general blockade of traffic. Great attention was given tothe details of the storm by the newspapers, which played up thedistress of the poor in large type.
4.  He was a large and corpulent individual, surfeited with goodclothes and good eating, who judged women as another wouldhorseflesh. Carrie was pretty and graceful. She might be put ineven if she did not have any experience. One of the proprietorshad suggested that the chorus was a little weak on looks.
5.  "Sometimes. Sometimes they went out."
6.  WHEN WATERS ENGULF US WE REACH FOR A STAR

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1.  "What did you want with a season ticket, then?"
2.  He little knew as he went out of the door that night what asecret flame he had kindled in the bosom of the girl he leftbehind. Carrie was possessed of that sympathetic, impressionablenature which, ever in the most developed form, has been the gloryof the drama. She was created with that passivity of soul whichis always the mirror of the active world. She possessed aninnate taste for imitation and no small ability. Even withoutpractice, she could sometimes restore dramatic situations she hadwitnessed by re-creating, before her mirror, the expressions ofthe various faces taking part in the scene. She loved tomodulate her voice after the conventional manner of thedistressed heroine, and repeat such pathetic fragments asappealed most to her sympathies. Of late, seeing the airy graceof the ingenue in several well-constructed plays, she had beenmoved to secretly imitate it, and many were the little movementsand expressions of the body in which she indulged from time totime in the privacy of her chamber. On several occasions, whenDrouet had caught her admiring herself, as he imagined, in themirror, she was doing nothing more than recalling some littlegrace of the mouth or the eyes which she had witnessed inanother. Under his airy accusation she mistook this for vanityand accepted the blame with a faint sense of error, though, as amatter of fact, it was nothing more than the first subtleoutcroppings of an artistic nature, endeavouring to re-create theperfect likeness of some phase of beauty which appealed to her.In such feeble tendencies, be it known, such outworking of desireto reproduce life, lies the basis of all dramatic art.
3.  Drouet was reminded of his promise a day or two later by thereceipt of a letter announcing that the first rehearsal was setfor the following Friday evening, and urging him to kindlyforward the young lady's address at once, in order that the partmight be delivered to her.
4.  Everything he discovered in his line advertised as anopportunity, was either too expensive or too wretched for him.Besides, winter was coming, the papers were announcing hardships,and there was a general feeling of hard times in the air, or, atleast, he thought so. In his worry, other people's worriesbecame apparent. No item about a firm failing, a familystarving, or a man dying upon the streets, supposedly ofstarvation, but arrested his eye as he scanned the morningpapers. Once the "World" came out with a flaring announcementabout "80,000 people out of employment in New York this winter,"which struck as a knife at his heart.
5.  Carrie was sipping coffee, and did not look up.
6.  His senses became cleared now and he looked around. He wasstanding in a little store, where they left him for the moment.Outside, he could see, as he stood wiping his chin, the car andthe excited crowd. A patrol wagon was there, and another.

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1.  He felt a little diffident about asking concerning her success.The paper she began to scan attracted his attention.
2.  "What's your number?" said Mrs. Vance.
3.  Lord! what was that? For the first time he was tense, as if astern hand had been laid upon his shoulder. He looked fearfullyaround. Not a soul was present. Not a sound. Some one wasshuffling by on the sidewalk. He took the box and the money andput it back in the safe. Then he partly closed the door again.
4.  "Yes," he said, "they pay so much more than these things areworth. They put on so much show."
5.   He began to waver in his resolution, when a patrol wagon rolledup and more officers dismounted. Now the track was quicklycleared and the release effected.
6.  He made his way into the heart of the small group, eyed bypolicemen and the men already there. One of the officersaddressed him.

应用

1.  "Nothing," said Carrie. "I don't feel very well tonight."
2.  "Say," he said, "how would you like to take the part?"
3.  "Oh, let up," he answered.
4、  Going out, the same Broadway taught her a sharper lesson. Thescene she had witnessed coming down was now augmented and at itsheight. Such a crush of finery and folly she had never seen. Itclinched her convictions concerning her state. She had notlived, could not lay claim to having lived, until something ofthis had come into her own life. Women were spending money likewater; she could see that in every elegant shop she passed.Flowers, candy, jewelry, seemed the principal things in which theelegant dames were interested. And she--she had scarcely enoughpin money to indulge in such outings as this a few times a month.
5、  Her subsequent experiences were not of a reassuring nature,however. From all the more pleasing or imposing places she wasturned away abruptly with the most chilling formality. In otherswhere she applied only the experienced were required. She metwith painful rebuffs, the most trying of which had been in amanufacturing cloak house, where she had gone to the fourth floorto inquire.

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  • 林万平 08-07

      "How can you act this way, dearest?" he inquired, after a time."You love me, don't you?"

  • 穆卡姆 08-07

      "There's more marching in this opera than ever I did before,"added the girl.

  • 薛岭山 08-07

       "What a fool I was to do that," he said over and over. "What amistake!"

  • 胡文龙 08-07

      Stirred with this idea, he spoke at the breakfast table.

  • 高艳东 08-06

    {  "It must be if you envy her so much," put in Hurstwood.

  • 胡蕊 08-05

      "Nothing," said Carrie. "I don't feel very well tonight."}

  • 向华燕 08-05

      "I must get out of this," he thought.

  • 卢洛 08-05

      During all this time--a period rapidly approaching three years--Hurstwood had been moving along in an even path. There was noapparent slope downward, and distinctly none upward, so far asthe casual observer might have seen. But psychologically therewas a change, which was marked enough to suggest the future verydistinctly indeed. This was in the mere matter of the halt hiscareer had received when he departed from Chicago. A man'sfortune or material progress is very much the same as his bodilygrowth. Either he is growing stronger, healthier, wiser, as theyouth approaching manhood, or he is growing weaker, older, lessincisive mentally, as the man approaching old age. There are noother states. Frequently there is a period between the cessationof youthful accretion and the setting in, in the case of themiddle-aged man, of the tendency toward decay when the twoprocesses are almost perfectly balanced and there is little doingin either direction. Given time enough, however, the balancebecomes a sagging to the grave side. Slowly at first, then witha modest momentum, and at last the graveward process is in thefull swing. So it is frequently with man's fortune. If itsprocess of accretion is never halted, if the balancing stage isnever reached, there will be no toppling. Rich men are,frequently, in these days, saved from this dissolution of theirfortune by their ability to hire younger brains. These youngerbrains look upon the interests of the fortune as their own, andso steady and direct its progress. If each individual were leftabsolutely to the care of his own interests, and were given timeenough in which to grow exceedingly old, his fortune would passas his strength and will. He and his would be utterly dissolvedand scattered unto the four winds of the heavens.

  • 兰生 08-04

       "Well," he said, jokingly, "I'll come and get you one of theseevenings," and then he laughed.

  • 柯明斯 08-02

    {  "Who is he?" asked Carrie.

  • 法里·里维斯 08-02

      "I'll have to leave you behind this time."

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