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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, she's going out more," concluded his wife, but the tone ofhis voice impressed her as containing something she had not heardthere before.
2.  Chapter XXXIX
3.  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.
4.  "Oh, he's not here now," said the policeman.
5.  Carrie was an apt student of fortune's ways--of fortune'ssuperficialities. Seeing a thing, she would immediately set toinquiring how she would look, properly related to it. Be itknown that this is not fine feeling, it is not wisdom. Thegreatest minds are not so afflicted; and on the contrary, thelowest order of mind is not so disturbed. Fine clothes to herwere a vast persuasion; they spoke tenderly and Jesuitically forthemselves. When she came within earshot of their pleading,desire in her bent a willing ear. The voice of the so-calledinanimate! Who shall translate for us the language of thestones?
6.  Drouet heightened her opinion on this and allied subjects in sucha manner as to weaken her power of resisting their influence. Itis so easy to do this when the thing opined is in the line ofwhat we desire. In his hearty way, he insisted upon her goodlooks. He looked at her admiringly, and she took it at its fullvalue. Under the circumstances, she did not need to carryherself as pretty women do. She picked that knowledge up fastenough for herself. Drouet had a habit, characteristic of hiskind, of looking after stylishly dressed or pretty women on thestreet and remarking upon them. He had just enough of thefeminine love of dress to be a good judge--not of intellect, butof clothes. He saw how they set their little feet, how theycarried their chins, with what grace and sinuosity they swungtheir bodies. A dainty, self-conscious swaying of the hips by awoman was to him as alluring as the glint of rare wine to atoper. He would turn and follow the disappearing vision with hiseyes. He would thrill as a child with the unhindered passionthat was in him. He loved the thing that women love inthemselves, grace. At this, their own shrine, he knelt withthem, an ardent devotee.

计划指导

1.  "I didn't want to introduce you as my wife, because you'd feelworse then if you didn't GO. They all know me so well. Butyou'll GO all right. Anyhow, you'll probably never meet any ofthem again."
2.  Drouet laughed loud.
3.  "Oh, no," said Carrie, the whole motive of the man flashing onher at once. "I have an engagement myself."
4.  Under better material conditions, this kind of work would nothave been so bad, but the new socialism which involves pleasantworking conditions for employees had not then taken hold uponmanufacturing companies.
5.  "Say," said Drouet, as if struck by a sudden idea, "I want you tocome out some evening."
6.  "Come again," said the youth, pushing out a small pile of reds.

推荐功能

1.  "Don't wait!" he exclaimed. "Remember we are very busy here."
2.  "Yes," she answered.
3.  They looked at one another, rather embarrassed.
4.  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.
5.   "Yes," said Hurstwood, "I have a place down in Warren Street."
6.  "Let's not talk about it any more," she returned.

应用

1.  "Isn't Mr. Drake going to open his hotel?" Carrie asked severaltimes.
2.  "Oh, I can't," she said.
3.  "How do they arrange this, if a man hasn't any money?" inquiredHurstwood, discreetly.
4、  "How long are you here?" asked Hurstwood.
5、  "A pickpocket! Well!" exclaimed Mr. Bamberger, speaking the linesthat here fell to him.

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  • 袁天纲 08-03

      "There's a nice fellow," Drouet thought to himself as he turnedthe corner towards Madison.

  • 王想平 08-03

      Accompanying this plan came skimpiness.

  • 马尔凯 08-03

       "I don't care," thought Carrie. "He ought to be told to get outand do something. It isn't right that I should support him."

  • 卡纳 08-03

      They strolled over toward the bar amid the noisy, shiftingcompany of notables. The dressy manager was shaken by the handthree times in as many minutes.

  • 玛丽亚·德克 08-02

    {  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.

  • 兰园 08-01

      "Will you go over and get some canned peaches?" she askedHurstwood, laying down a two-dollar bill.}

  • 安德鲁·博尔特 08-01

      Genial egotist that he was, he went at once into a detailedaccount of his own career.

  • 利定存 08-01

      "I'll be glad to go," said Carrie. "How much will we have to payfor seats?"

  • 阿部裕行 07-31

       "Are you a stenographer or typewriter?"

  • 程勇 07-29

    {  "Well," said Carrie, hesitating how to begin, "do you get placesfor persons upon the stage?"

  • 丁良恒 07-29

      "No," he said, with a sort of pride; "you keep it."

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