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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I'm going to strike for a raise in June. They can afford to payit, as much business as I turn in. I'll get it too, don't youforget."
2.  "Jack told me they were going to put up a six-story building nextspring in Robey Street."
3.  "Why, Hurstwood," said Drouet, noting the effect and feeling thathe was delivering a telling blow.
4.  Drouet listened to her in astonishment. This was something new.
5.  A thought will colour a world for us. The flow of Carrie'smeditations had been disturbed, and Hanson had not long goneupstairs before she followed. She had realised with the lapse ofthe quarter hours that Drouet was not coming, and somehow shefelt a little resentful, a little as if she had been forsaken--was not good enough. She went upstairs, where everything wassilent. Minnie was sewing by a lamp at the table. Hanson hadalready turned in for the night. In her weariness anddisappointment Carrie did no more than announce that she wasgoing to bed.
6.  "Tell him we'll be at Sherry's until eight o'clock. He knows,though I guess."


2.  The offer was genuine enough, but it was a question withHurstwood whether a third interest in that locality could be madeto yield one hundred and fifty dollars a month, which he figuredhe must have in order to meet the ordinary family expenses and becomfortable. It was not the time, however, after many failuresto find what he wanted, to hesitate. It looked as though a thirdwould pay a hundred a month now. By judicious management andimprovement, it might be made to pay more. Accordingly he agreedto enter into partnership, and made over his thousand dollars,preparing to enter the next day.
3.  The conversation changed to a book that was having its vogue atthe time--"Moulding a Maiden," by Albert Ross. Mrs. Vance hadread it. Vance had seen it discussed in some of the papers.
4.  Still no answer.
5.  The ice being thus broken, he launched into further observationpretending to forget that her fingers were still retained by his.She soon withdrew them, however, and retreated a few feet to restagainst the window-sill.
6.  Carrie looked at him a moment and forgot all about the companypresent. She began to feel the part, and summoned an indifferentsmile to her lips, turning as the lines directed and going to awindow, as if he were not present. She did it with a grace whichwas fascinating to look upon.


1.  "I knew it was, the moment I saw you. Well, how have you been,anyhow?"
3.  As yet, Hurstwood had only a thought of pleasure withoutresponsibility. He did not feel that he was doing anything tocomplicate his life. His position was secure, his home-life, ifnot satisfactory, was at least undisturbed, his personal libertyrather untrammelled. Carrie's love represented only so muchadded pleasure. He would enjoy this new gift over and above hisordinary allowance of pleasure. He would be happy with her andhis own affairs would go on as they had, undisturbed.
4.  In the face of so much distress on Carrie's part, he had to makesome showing, and it was thus he did so. It was lassitude'sapology to energy.
5.   "No," he said, with a sort of pride; "you keep it."
6.  "Oh, not yet," she answered. "I don't want to play any more,though."


1.  Hurstwood nodded his head.
2.  "Where are you, Cad?" he said, using a pet name he had given her.
3.  She tried to answer, but he turned away and shuffled off towardthe east.
4、  "Yes," he said, without even looking up from the evening paper hehad bought.
5、  Without being clear, there was something in the thought which heobjected to. He did not believe any more, after three years ofobservation, that Carrie would ever do anything great in thatline. She seemed too simple, too yielding. His idea of the artwas that it involved something more pompous. If she tried to geton the stage she would fall into the hands of some cheap managerand become like the rest of them. He had a good idea of what hemeant by THEM. Carrie was pretty. She would get along allright, but where would he be?




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