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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  She put out her foot and looked at her shoe reflectively."I'll get a pair of shoes Saturday, anyhow; I don't care whathappens."
2.  "Is he?" said Carrie, thinking of the short month that stillremained until that time.
3.  Carrie hugged herself with delight. Oh, wasn't it just fine! Atlast! The first, the long-hoped for, the delightful notice! Andthey called her clever. She could hardly restrain herself fromlaughing loudly. Had Lola seen it?
4.  "I came to tell you that--that I can't take the money."
5.  "You couldn't get out until the train stops again," saidHurstwood. "It won't be very long until we reach anotherstation. You can get out then if you want to. I won't stop you.All I want you to do is to listen a moment. You'll let me tellyou, won't you?"
6.  "Come on, now, if you want to take your car," said an officer,opening the door and looking in.He walked out, feeling rather uncertain of himself. He was verycold and frightened.


1.  "No," he said, "not where we are going."
2.  "I will be there to show you," and so Mr. Withers withdrew.
3.  "Why not get yourself a nice little jacket? You've got to haveit. I'll loan you the money. You needn't worry about taking it.You can get yourself a nice room by yourself. I won't hurt you."
4.  "We won't stay here long," said Hurstwood, who was now reallyglad to note her dissatisfaction. "You pick out your clothes assoon as breakfast is over and we'll run down to New York soon.You'll like that. It's a lot more like a city than any placeoutside Chicago."
5.  Here, then, was Carrie, established in a pleasant fashion, freeof certain difficulties which most ominously confronted her,laden with many new ones which were of a mental order, andaltogether so turned about in all of her earthly relationshipsthat she might well have been a new and different individual.She looked into her glass and saw a prettier Carrie than she hadseen before; she looked into her mind, a mirror prepared of herown and the world's opinions, and saw a worse. Between these twoimages she wavered, hesitating which to believe.
6.  Now the conductor entered the car and took up the one or twofares that had been added at Chicago. He approached Hurstwood,who handed out the tickets. Poised as she was to act, Carriemade no move. She did not look about.


1.  "Isn't it large?" said Carrie.
2.  Accordingly, he headed for the Casino one afternoon, passing itseveral times in an effort to locate the stage entrance. Then hesat in Bryant Park, a block away, waiting. "She can't refuse tohelp me a little," he kept saying to himself.
3.  "I am, that is, do you--I mean, do you need any help?" shestammered.
4.  "You've seen my wife?" he asked as a precautionary measure as theboy turned to go.
5.   "They're foolish to strike in this sort of weather," he thoughtto himself. "Let 'em win if they can, though."


1.  In this manner the second, third, and fourth months passed.Winter came, and with it a feeling that indoors was best, so thatthe attending of theatres was not much talked of. Hurstwood madegreat efforts to meet all expenditures without a show of feelingone way or the other. He pretended that he was reinvesting hismoney in strengthening the business for greater ends in thefuture. He contented himself with a very moderate allowance ofpersonal apparel, and rarely suggested anything for Carrie. Thusthe first winter passed.
2.  To the untravelled, territory other than their own familiar heathis invariably fascinating. Next to love, it is the one thingwhich solaces and delights. Things new are too important to beneglected, and mind, which is a mere reflection of sensoryimpressions, succumbs to the flood of objects. Thus lovers areforgotten, sorrows laid aside, death hidden from view. There isa world of accumulated feeling back of the trite dramaticexpression--"I am going away."
3.  "Yes, sir."
4、  "Oh, all right."
5、  Carrie stepped along easily enough after they got out of the carat Thirty-fourth Street, but soon fixed her eyes upon the lovelycompany which swarmed by and with them as they proceeded. Shenoticed suddenly that Mrs. Vance's manner had rather stiffenedunder the gaze of handsome men and elegantly dressed ladies,whose glances were not modified by any rules of propriety. Tostare seemed the proper and natural thing. Carrie found herselfstared at and ogled. Men in flawless top-coats, high hats, andsilver-headed walking sticks elbowed near and looked too ofteninto conscious eyes. Ladies rustled by in dresses of stiffcloth, shedding affected smiles and perfume. Carrie noticedamong them the sprinkling of goodness and the heavy percentage ofvice. The rouged and powdered cheeks and lips, the scented hair,the large, misty, and languorous eye, were common enough. With astart she awoke to find that she was in fashion's crowd, onparade in a show place--and such a show place! Jewellers' windowsgleamed along the path with remarkable frequency. Florist shops,furriers, haberdashers, confectioners--all followed in rapidsuccession. The street was full of coaches. Pompous doormen inimmense coats, shiny brass belts and buttons, waited in front ofexpensive salesrooms. Coachmen in tan boots, white tights, andblue jackets waited obsequiously for the mistresses of carriageswho were shopping inside. The whole street bore the flavour ofriches and show, and Carrie felt that she was not of it. Shecould not, for the life of her, assume the attitude and smartnessof Mrs. Vance, who, in her beauty, was all assurance. She couldonly imagine that it must be evident to many that she was theless handsomely dressed of the two. It cut her to the quick, andshe resolved that she would not come here again until she lookedbetter. At the same time she longed to feel the delight ofparading here as an equal. Ah, then she would be happy!




  • 李丽辉 08-09


  • 周子昆 08-09

      Hurstwood nodded his head.

  • 任红芳 08-09

       Carrie looked straight into his face, wholly aroused.

  • 叶利钦 08-09

      Hurstwood's residence on the North Side, near Lincoln Park, was abrick building of a very popular type then, a three-story affairwith the first floor sunk a very little below the level of thestreet. It had a large bay window bulging out from the secondfloor, and was graced in front by a small grassy plot, twenty-five feet wide and ten feet deep. There was also a small rearyard, walled in by the fences of the neighbours and holding astable where he kept his horse and trap.

  • 曾莉 08-08

    {  "Lots of boys out, eh?"

  • 马登峰 08-07

      "No, just feeling a little ill."}

  • 王蒙 08-07

      "Very good," observed the director, now hopelessly idle.

  • 孙尧 08-07

      "Lord," he said, hastening out of the street into which the morefortunate were pouring, "I've got to get something."

  • 周国星 08-06

       He sat a long while without rocking, and added quite clearly, outloud:

  • 金天柱 08-04

    {  "Well, you know, I saw your picture in the Sunday paper, but yourname threw me off. I thought it must be you or somebody thatlooked just like you, and I said: 'Well, now, I will go rightdown there and see.' I was never more surprised in my life. Howare you, anyway?"

  • 周文王 08-04

      "I was trying to remember which car takes us to the Gilsey," heanswered.