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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Minnie saw her chance.
2.  Here was another proposition nearly, if not quite, as disturbing.She would have to talk with and explain to him. He would wanther to admit that he was right. It would be impossible for herto live with him.
3.  He did not intend to say any more. Now, if he should appear onthe scene with a few friends, he could say that he had been urgedto come along. Drouet had a desire to wipe out the possibilityof confusion.
4.  "Say," he said, suddenly; "where is Hurstwood now?"
5.  "Scab!" he yelled. "Scab!"
6.  She hastened around to the side entrance and was taken up by theelevator to the fourth floor.


1.  "I do the best I can," said Carrie.
2.  They were happy in being near one another--in looking into eachother's eyes. Finally, when the long flush of delight had subsided, he said:
3.  He had stopped his trifling before the mirror now and crossedover to her. For the first time Carrie felt as if she must moveaway from him.
4.  Carrie stood waiting a moment, hardly certain whether theinterview had terminated.
5.  "He ain't so cold."
6.  "To-morrow," he said, "you come down here and buy yourself askirt."


1.  For the most part he lounged about, dressed in excellent tailoredsuits of imported goods, a solitaire ring, a fine blue diamond inhis tie, a striking vest of some new pattern, and a watch-chainof solid gold, which held a charm of rich design, and a watch ofthe latest make and engraving. He knew by name, and could greetpersonally with a "Well, old fellow," hundreds of actors,merchants, politicians, and the general run of successfulcharacters about town, and it was part of his success to do so.He had a finely graduated scale of informality and friendship,which improved from the "How do you do?" addressed to thefifteen-dollar-a-week clerks and office attaches, who, by longfrequenting of the place, became aware of his position, to the"Why, old man, how are you?" which he addressed to those noted orrich individuals who knew him and were inclined to be friendly.There was a class, however, too rich, too famous, or toosuccessful, with whom he could not attempt any familiarity ofaddress, and with these he was professionally tactful, assuming agrave and dignified attitude, paying them the deference whichwould win their good feeling without in the least compromisinghis own bearing and opinions. There were, in the last place, afew good followers, neither rich nor poor, famous, nor yetremarkably successful, with whom he was friendly on the score ofgood-fellowship. These were the kind of men with whom he wouldconverse longest and most seriously. He loved to go out and havea good time once in a while--to go to the races, the theatres,the sporting entertainments at some of the clubs. He kept ahorse and neat trap, had his wife and two children, who were wellestablished in a neat house on the North Side near Lincoln Park,and was altogether a very acceptable individual of our greatAmerican upper class--the first grade below the luxuriously rich.
2.  Now the stones were off, and Hurstwood took his place again amida continued chorus of epithets. Both officers got up beside himand the conductor rang the bell, when, bang! bang! through windowand door came rocks and stones. One narrowly grazed Hurstwood'shead. Another shattered the window behind.
3.  The words irritated Hurstwood greatly. Hot blood poured into hisbrain. Many thoughts formulated themselves. He was no thief.He didn't want the money. If he could only explain to Fitzgeraldand Moy, maybe it would be all right again.
4.  "Who's here?" said Hurstwood, passing into the theatre proper,where the lights were turned up and a company of gentlemen werelaughing and talking in the open space back of the seats.
5.   "It is comfortable," said Carrie, who was lifting a lace curtainand looking down into crowded Broadway.
6.  The hotel physician looked at him.


1.  During the last year or two the expenses of the family seemed alarge thing. Jessica wanted fine clothes, and Mrs. Hurstwood,not to be outshone by her daughter, also frequently enlivened herapparel. Hurstwood had said nothing in the past, but one day hemurmured.
2.  "Good."
3.  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.
4、  "In the chorus," she answered.
5、  "That girl knows how to carry herself," said the manager, anotherevening. He began to think that he should like to talk with her.If he hadn't made it a rule to have nothing to do with themembers of the chorus, he would have approached her mostunbendingly.




  • 华阳镇 08-05

      "You can buy all you want as soon as you get there, dearest," heexplained. "You can call in a dressmaker."

  • 车伟 08-05

      "Well, well," said Drouet, "you did out of sight. That wassimply great. I knew you could do it. Oh, but you're a littledaisy!"

  • 任达华 08-05

       "Well, well," said Drouet, "you did out of sight. That wassimply great. I knew you could do it. Oh, but you're a littledaisy!"

  • 付彪 08-05

      Carrie owned to ignorance.

  • 廖智 08-04

    {  "You need not trouble about that at all," interrupted Mr.Withers. "We can arrange that to your entire satisfaction at anytime. If three dollars a day is satisfactory to you, it will beso to us. All you have to do is to pay that sum to the clerk atthe end of the week or month, just as you wish, and he will giveyou a receipt for what the rooms would cost if charged for at ourregular rates."

  • 胡乔木 08-03

      In all Carrie's experience she had never seen anything like this.In the whole time she had been in New York Hurstwood's modifiedstate had not permitted his bringing her to such a place. Therewas an almost indescribable atmosphere about it which convincedthe newcomer that this was the proper thing. Here was the placewhere the matter of expense limited the patrons to the moneyed orpleasure-loving class. Carrie had read of it often in the"Morning" and "Evening World." She had seen notices of dances,parties, balls, and suppers at Sherry's. The Misses So-and-sowould give a party on Wednesday evening at Sherry's. Young Mr.So-and-So would entertain a party of friends at a privateluncheon on the sixteenth, at Sherry's. The common run ofconventional, perfunctory notices of the doings of society, whichshe could scarcely refrain from scanning each day, had given hera distinct idea of the gorgeousness and luxury of this wonderfultemple of gastronomy. Now, at last, she was really in it. Shehad come up the imposing steps, guarded by the large and portlydoorman. She had seen the lobby, guarded by another large andportly gentleman, and been waited upon by uniformed youths whotook care of canes, overcoats, and the like. Here was thesplendid dining-chamber, all decorated and aglow, where thewealthy ate. Ah, how fortunate was Mrs. Vance; young, beautiful,and well off--at least, sufficiently so to come here in a coach.What a wonderful thing it was to be rich.}

  • 江晓 08-03

      "Well, keep your mouth still then. Now, all together again."

  • 冯哲 08-03

      "Any answer?"

  • 姜健 08-02

       "Jessica must have a new dress this month," said Mrs. Hurstwoodone morning.

  • 张立祥 07-31

    {  "Wheeler," said Hurstwood.

  • 宋六一 07-31

      In due time they reached the depot, and after helping her out hehanded the man a five-dollar bill and hurried on.