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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "My future must be assured if I can always get work this way,"thought Carrie.
2.  She shook her head.
3.  There was the least quaver in her voice as she said this.Somehow, the influence he was exerting was powerful. They cameto an understanding of each other without words--he of hersituation, she of the fact that he realised it."No," he said, "you can't make it!" genuine sympathy filling hismind for the time. "Let me help you. You take some of mymoney."
4.  Drouet hesitated, now that he was in her presence, uncertain asto what course to pursue. He was no diplomat. He could neitherread nor see.
5.  "I tell you," he said, "I surprised the people at the office.I've sold more goods this last quarter than any other man of ourhouse on the road. I sold three thousand dollars' worth in LaCrosse."
6.  "I meant that," he said.


1.  Carrie sensed the root of the opposition at once.
2.  On Saturday Carrie went out by herself--first toward the river,which interested her, and then back along Jackson Street, whichwas then lined by the pretty houses and fine lawns whichsubsequently caused it to be made into a boulevard. She wasstruck with the evidences of wealth, although there was, perhaps,not a person on the street worth more than a hundred thousanddollars. She was glad to be out of the flat, because already shefelt that it was a narrow, humdrum place, and that interest andjoy lay elsewhere. Her thoughts now were of a more liberalcharacter, and she punctuated them with speculations as to thewhereabouts of Drouet. She was not sure but that he might callanyhow Monday night, and, while she felt a little disturbed atthe possibility, there was, nevertheless, just the shade of awish that he would.
3.  As he undid his collar and unfastened his studs, preparatory towashing his face and changing his clothes, he dilated upon histrip. Carrie could not help listening with amusement to hisanimated descriptions.
4.  "I never saw anybody do better than you did then, Cad," he addedruefully, as he leaned an elbow on the table; "I thought you andI were going to get along fine those days."
5.  On the walls were designs in colour, square spots of robin's-eggblue, set in ornate frames of gilt, whose corners were elaboratemouldings of fruit and flowers, with fat cupids hovering inangelic comfort. On the ceilings were coloured traceries withmore gilt, leading to a centre where spread a cluster of lights--incandescent globes mingled with glittering prisms and stuccotendrils of gilt. The floor was of a reddish hue, waxed andpolished, and in every direction were mirrors--tall, brilliant,bevel-edged mirrors--reflecting and re-reflecting forms, faces,and candelabra a score and a hundred times.
6.  "To make it good, of course," she answered.


1.  He consoled himself with the thought, however, that, after all,he was not without affection. Things might go as they would athis house, but he had Carrie outside of it. With his mind's eyehe looked into her comfortable room in Ogden Place, where he hadspent several such delightful evenings, and thought how charmingit would be when Drouet was disposed of entirely and she waswaiting evenings in cosey little quarters for him. That no causewould come up whereby Drouet would be led to inform Carrieconcerning his married state, he felt hopeful. Things were goingso smoothly that he believed they would not change. Shortly nowhe would persuade Carrie and all would be satisfactory.
2.  "If you shouldn't get it--" she paused, troubled for an easy way.
3.  After breakfast, he immediately got his other clothes.
4.  There was no answer ready for this. He had got used to thesuggestion.
5.   Hurstwood felt some of this in her nature, though he did notactually perceive it. He dwelt with her in peace and somesatisfaction. He did not fear her in the least--there was nocause for it. She still took a faint pride in him, which wasaugmented by her desire to have her social integrity maintained.She was secretly somewhat pleased by the fact that much of herhusband's property was in her name, a precaution which Hurstwoodhad taken when his home interests were somewhat more alluringthan at present. His wife had not the slightest reason to feelthat anything would ever go amiss with their household, and yetthe shadows which run before gave her a thought of the good of itnow and then. She was in a position to become refractory withconsiderable advantage, and Hurstwood conducted himselfcircumspectly because he felt that he could not be sure ofanything once she became dissatisfied.
6.  He pressed her closer and kissed her, and she felt that furtheropposition was useless.


1.  He was thinking all the time that the subject of his desire wasbeing delayed. He was anxious to turn the talk to his ownfeelings. All was ripe for it. His Carrie was beside him. Hewanted to plunge in and expostulate with her, and yet he foundhimself fishing for words and feeling for a way.
2.  She looked at it while he put up his purse. Then he got out aletter from a bunch in his coat pocket. "This is the house Itravel for," he went on, pointing to a picture on it, "corner ofState and Lake." There was pride in his voice. He felt that itwas something to be connected with such a place, and he made herfeel that way.
3.  The man scarcely looked at him, fished in his vest pocket andtook out a dime.
4、  "Are you going to get such and such a hat?" or, "Have you seenthe new gloves with the oval pearl buttons?" were but samplephrases out of a large selection.
5、  At four o'clock another note came, which simply said that if themoney was not forthcoming that evening the matter would be laidbefore Fitzgerald and Moy on the morrow, and other steps would betaken to get it.




  • 张放 08-09

      After the first rush of fright, however, the players got over thedanger of collapse. They rambled weakly forward, losing nearlyall the expression which was intended, and making the thing dullin the extreme, when Carrie came in.

  • 京海成 08-09

      He never moved but what, if there was any danger of his conductbeing misconstrued or ill-reported, he looked carefully about himand counted the cost of every inch of conspicuity.

  • 谷守训 08-09

       "Here," he said, handing him one, to be rid of him. "Be off,now."

  • 薛光桥 08-09

      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.

  • 王连旺 08-08

    {  Just this little approval set Carrie's heart bounding. Ah, ifshe could only be an actress--a good one! This man was wise--heknew--and he approved of it. If she were a fine actress, suchmen as he would approve of her. She felt that he was good tospeak as he had, although it did not concern her at all. She didnot know why she felt this way.

  • 郝月生 08-07

      "Come on, now," he went on; "it's all right. Let's waltz alittle to that music."}

  • 盛亚坤 08-07

      "Put that girl at the head of the white column," he suggested tothe man in charge of the ballet.

  • 李华庆 08-07

      As for Hurstwood, he was alive with thoughts and feelingsconcerning Carrie. He had no definite plans regarding her, buthe was determined to make her confess an affection for him. Hethought he saw in her drooping eye, her unstable glance, herwavering manner, the symptoms of a budding passion. He wanted tostand near her and make her lay her hand in his--he wanted tofind out what her next step would be--what the next sign offeeling for him would be. Such anxiety and enthusiasm had notaffected him for years. He was a youth again in feeling--acavalier in action.

  • 常建勇 08-06

       "What's the use of your standing there and talking like that,now?" he asked. "Do you think I've had it alone? You talk as ifI'd taken something."

  • 郑玉琳 08-04

    {  "What time is it?" she inquired. "I must be getting back."

  • 郑培霖 08-04

      Stirred with this idea, he spoke at the breakfast table.