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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  When he had finished it, he stood holding it in his hands. Theaudacity of the thing took his breath. It roused his ire also--the deepest element of revolt in him. His first impulse was towrite but four words in reply--"Go to the devil!"--but hecompromised by telling the boy that there would be no reply.Then he sat down in his chair and gazed without seeing,contemplating the result of his work. What would she do aboutthat? The confounded wretch! Was she going to try to bulldoze himinto submission? He would go up there and have it out with her,that's what he would do. She was carrying things with too high ahand. These were his first thoughts.
3.  At breakfast he found himself without an appetite. The meat towhich he helped himself remained on his plate untouched. Hiscoffee grew cold, while he scanned the paper indifferently. Hereand there he read a little thing, but remembered nothing.Jessica had not yet come down. His wife sat at one end of thetable revolving thoughts of her own in silence. A new servanthad been recently installed and had forgot the napkins. On thisaccount the silence was irritably broken by a reproof.
4.  She looked the picture of despair.
5.  After rehearsal Carrie informed Lola."Did they really?" exclaimed the latter, thinking of theWellington as a group of managers. "Isn't that fine? Oh, jolly!It's so swell. That's where we dined that night we went withthose two Cushing boys. Don't you know?"
6.  "Frown a little more, Miss Madenda," said the stage manager.


1.  "It's true," she said. "I couldn't if I wanted to, but whosefault is it? You're very free to sit and talk about who I couldassociate with. Why don't you get out and look for work?"
2.  "When?"
3.  "Who was that with you, Jessica?" she inquired, as Jessica cameupstairs.
4.  "Why, hello, Charlie, old man," said Hurstwood, as Drouet came inthat evening about eight o'clock. "How goes it?" The room wascrowded.
5.  Hurstwood realised that he was seeing something extraordinarilygood. It was heightened for him by the applause of the audienceas the curtain descended and the fact that it was Carrie. Hethought now that she was beautiful. She had done something whichwas above his sphere. He felt a keen delight in realising thatshe was his.
6.  "Well, I don't know," said Carrie, smiling.


1.  "Oh, aren't you?" said Carrie, with an unwarrantable feeling.
2.  "We owe the milkman sixty cents," added Hurstwood.
3.  Hurstwood reasoned, when he neared the last ten dollars, that hehad better keep a little pocket change and not become whollydependent for car-fare, shaves, and the like; so when this sumwas still in his hand he announced himself as penniless.
4.  At a quarter after one in the morning he came out of the place.The chill, bare streets seemed a mockery of his state. He walkedslowly west, little thinking of his row with Carrie. He ascendedthe stairs and went into his room as if there had been notrouble. It was his loss that occupied his mind. Sitting downon the bedside he counted his money. There was now but a hundredand ninety dollars and some change. He put it up and began toundress.
5.   For another thing, Hurstwood missed the celebrities--those well-dressed, elite individuals who lend grace to the average bars andbring news from far-off and exclusive circles. He did not seeone such in a month. Evenings, when still at his post, he wouldoccasionally read in the evening papers incidents concerningcelebrities whom he knew--whom he had drunk a glass with many atime. They would visit a bar like Fitzgerald and Moy's inChicago, or the Hoffman House, uptown, but he knew that he wouldnever see them down here.Again, the business did not pay as well as he thought. Itincreased a little, but he found he would have to watch hishousehold expenses, which was humiliating.
6.  Carrie lowered her handkerchief slightly and looked out of thewindow.


1.  Now he began leisurely to take off his clothes, but stopped firstwith his coat, and tucked it along the crack under the door. Hisvest he arranged in the same place. His old wet, cracked hat helaid softly upon the table. Then he pulled off his shoes and laydown.
2.  It was the best way after all to have gone about the matter. Shewas interesting, in a manner, to the occupant of the chair, andthe simplicity of her request and attitude took his fancy. Hesmiled, as did the others in the room, who, however, made someslight effort to conceal their humour.
3.  Being left alone in this little place, Carrie did without a girl.She made it charming enough, but could not make it delight her.Hurstwood was not inwardly pleased to think that they should haveto modify their state, but he argued that he could do nothing.He must put the best face on it, and let it go at that.
4、  He came in one day with something of this idea in his mind.
5、  "Couldn't help it," said the drummer, "I've been busy."




  • 副国务卿威廉·伯恩斯和 08-04

      Hurstwood was looking into the paper. He could not see the lookof infinite weariness and discontent Carrie gave him.

  • 万勇 08-04

      Carrie accepted this as basis for hope--it was a sort of salve toher conscience, a pleasant way out. Under the circumstances,things would be righted. Her actions would be justified.She really was not enamoured of Drouet. She was more clever thanhe. In a dim way, she was beginning to see where he lacked. Ifit had not been for this, if she had not been able to measure andjudge him in a way, she would have been worse off than she was.She would have adored him. She would have been utterly wretchedin her fear of not gaining his affection, of losing his interest,of being swept away and left without an anchorage. As it was,she wavered a little, slightly anxious, at first, to gain himcompletely, but later feeling at ease in waiting. She was notexactly sure what she thought of him--what she wanted to do.

  • 陈洁如 08-04

       "Well, you have saved me a dreary evening," returned Hurstwood."Good-night."

  • 胡山河 08-04

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

  • 唐心萌 08-03

    {  Both Hurstwood and Drouet viewed her pretty figure with risingfeelings. The fact that such ability should reveal itself inher, that they should see it set forth under such effectivecircumstances, framed almost in massy gold and shone upon by theappropriate lights of sentiment and personality, heightened hercharm for them. She was more than the old Carrie to Drouet. Helonged to be at home with her until he could tell her. Heawaited impatiently the end, when they should go home alone.

  • 徐剑 08-02

      "Now, come on," he said.}

  • 岳粹景 08-02

      "Well, when did you go on the stage, anyhow?" inquired Drouet.

  • 侯学元 08-02

      "It's better than going hungry," said Carrie. "If you don't wantme to do that, why don't you get work yourself?"

  • 麦当娜·西科尼 08-01

       "We'll look to-day, if you want to," she said.

  • 康家佳 07-30

    {  "Yes," said Hurstwood uneasily, thinking of his handwriting onthe register.

  • 库恩 07-30

      "Here's fifteen," exclaimed a young man, peering forward withstrained eyes. "It's all I can afford."