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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  It was not quite two days after the scene between Carrie andHurstwood in the Ogden Place parlour before he again put in hisappearance. He had been thinking almost uninterruptedly of her.Her leniency had, in a way, inflamed his regard. He felt that hemust succeed with her, and that speedily.
2.  He walked homeward in a blinding snowstorm, reaching the ferry bydusk. The cabins were filled with comfortable souls, who studiedhim curiously. His head was still in such a whirl that he feltconfused. All the wonder of the twinkling lights of the river ina white storm passed for nothing. He trudged doggedly on untilhe reached the flat. There he entered and found the room warm.Carrie was gone. A couple of evening papers were lying on thetable where she left them. He lit the gas and sat down. Then hegot up and stripped to examine his shoulder. It was a merescratch. He washed his hands and face, still in a brown study,apparently, and combed his hair. Then he looked for something toeat, and finally, his hunger gone, sat down in his comfortablerocking-chair. It was a wonderful relief.
3.  "Remember, Mrs. Morgan," he added, ignoring the gleam, butmodifying his manner, "that you're detailing a pathetic story.You are now supposed to be telling something that is a grief toyou. It requires feeling, repression, thus: 'The usual crowd ofchildren accosted them for alms.'"
4.  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.
5.  There is nothing in this world more delightful than that middlestate in which we mentally balance at times, possessed of themeans, lured by desire, and yet deterred by conscience or want ofdecision. When Carrie began wandering around the store amid thefine displays she was in this mood. Her original experience inthis same place had given her a high opinion of its merits. Nowshe paused at each individual bit of finery, where before she hadhurried on. Her woman's heart was warm with desire for them.How would she look in this, how charming that would make her!She came upon the corset counter and paused in rich reverie asshe noted the dainty concoctions of colour and lace theredisplayed. If she would only make up her mind, she could haveone of those now. She lingered in the jewelry department. Shesaw the earrings, the bracelets, the pins, the chains. Whatwould she not have given if she could have had them all! Shewould look fine too, if only she had some of these things.
6.  "He's here in town. What makes you ask about him?"


2.  "I'll get something!" he said, assuming determination.
3.  When Carrie saw how they looked upon her proposition, she gaineda still clearer feeling of their way of life. It weighed on her,but took no definite form of opposition.
4.  Carrie's little soldier friend, Miss Osborne, seeing hersucceeding, had become a sort of satellite. Little Osborne couldnever of herself amount to anything. She seemed to realise it ina sort of pussy-like way and instinctively concluded to clingwith her soft little claws to Carrie.
5.  "I get twelve," said Carrie.
6.  "No," he answered.


1.  "Chicago! Chicago!" called the brakeman, slamming open the door.They were rushing into a more crowded yard, alive with theclatter and clang of life. She began to gather up her poorlittle grip and closed her hand firmly upon her purse. Drouetarose, kicked his legs to straighten his trousers, and seized hisclean yellow grip.
2.  He also thought of his managerial position. "If she raises a rownow I'll lose this thing. They won't have me around if my namegets in the papers. My friends, too!" He grew more angry as hethought of the talk any action on her part would create. Howwould the papers talk about it? Every man he knew would bewondering. He would have to explain and deny and make a generalmark of himself. Then Moy would come and confer with him andthere would be the devil to pay.
3.  "You had better decide, Charlie," she said, reservedly.
4.  "You said I did real well in Chicago," she rejoined.
5.   In this fashion, September went by.
6.  It was paid to her in greenbacks--three twenties, six tens, andsix fives. Thus collected it made a very convenient roll. Itwas accompanied by a smile and a salutation from the cashier whopaid it.


1.  This conversation was interrupted by the blare of the orchestraand the sputtering of the calcium lights in the wings as the linewas called to form for a new entrance. No further opportunityfor conversation occurred, but the next evening, when they weregetting ready for the stage, this girl appeared anew at her side.
2.  "Sit down," he said, pulling a chair forward from the side of hisdesk and dropping his voice so that the two men in the roomshould not hear. Those two gave each other the suggestion of awink.
3.  He looked at her quite tenderly for his kind. There were someloose bills in his vest pocket--greenbacks. They were soft andnoiseless, and he got his fingers about them and crumpled them upin his hand.
4、  "He was going to Wheaton," said Jessica, not noticing the slightput upon her father.
5、  "I won't," he said, squeezing her hand at parting and giving theglance she had just cautioned against.




  • 伊尔亚索瓦 08-02

      This feeling was strengthened by actions of a direct and morepotent nature on the part of Hurstwood. We have seen with whatirritation he shirked those little duties which no longercontained any amusement of satisfaction for him, and the opensnarls with which, more recently, he resented her irritatinggoads. These little rows were really precipitated by anatmosphere which was surcharged with dissension. That it wouldshower, with a sky so full of blackening thunderclouds, wouldscarcely be thought worthy of comment. Thus, after leaving thebreakfast table this morning, raging inwardly at his blankdeclaration of indifference at her plans, Mrs. Hurstwoodencountered Jessica in her dressing-room, very leisurelyarranging her hair. Hurstwood had already left the house.

  • 解鸿震 08-02

      "No," she answered, weakly.

  • 王昱翔 08-02

       "Wednesday. We'll go, won't we?"

  • 赵展慧 08-02

      He was an exceedingly genial soul, this young man, and whollyfree of affectation. It seemed to Carrie he was as yet onlyovercoming the last traces of the bashfulness of youth. He didnot seem apt at conversation, but he had the merit of being welldressed and wholly courageous. Carrie felt as if it were notgoing to be hard to talk to him.

  • 米特洛波劳斯 08-01

    {  "Yes," said the clerk, marvelling at such ignorance of a commonfact. "You can get it at the news-stands," he added politely,seeing how pretty the inquirer was.

  • 葛兰尼 07-31

      "Do you think I could get something?" she asked.}

  • 黄远波 07-31

      Hurstwood moved on, wondering. The sight of the large, brightcoin pleased him a little. He remembered that he was hungry andthat he could get a bed for ten cents. With this, the idea ofdeath passed, for the time being, out of his mind. It was onlywhen he could get nothing but insults that death seemed worthwhile.

  • 李某英 07-31

      "Um," he replied, for want of something better, and walked on.

  • 郭登 07-30

       They did so. The fixtures had already been sold and the sumdivided.

  • 庄廷伟 07-28

    {  "I don't know whether you can or not. I mean I don't knowwhether I can. I shall be living with my sister, and----"

  • 方葛恩 07-28

      "What's the use wearing my good ones around here?" he asked.