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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Do you lose what you put in?"
2.  "I'll have a bouquet for her," he thought. "Drouet won't mind."He never for a moment concealed the fact of her attraction forhimself. He troubled himself not at all about Drouet's priority.He was merely floating those gossamer threads of thought which,like the spider's, he hoped would lay hold somewhere. He did notknow, he could not guess, what the result would be.
3.  "How much do you pay for a pound of meat?" he asked one day.
4.  "You mustn't," she exclaimed, jumping up.
5.  Then he looked about upon a dingy, moth-eaten hotel lobby.
6.  When she reached the flat Hurstwood was not there. For a wonderhe was out looking for work, as she supposed. She took only amouthful to eat and then practised on, sustained by visions offreedom from financial distress--"The sound of glory ringing inher ears."


1.  "Isn't it bad?" she observed to Lola.
3.  "She's too nervous," said Drouet, feeling in the mildness of theremark that he was lying for once.
4.  "What can you do? Have you ever worked in a retail store before?Are you experienced?"
5.  The result was miraculous so far as Carrie's fortune wasconcerned. Even during the morning she received a congratulatorymessage from the manager.
6.  She went foolishly out, the office boy deferentially swinging thedoor for her, and gladly sank into the obscuring crowd. It was asevere setback to her recently pleased mental state.


1.  "No, you didn't," she contradicted, suddenly recovering hervoice. "You didn't do anything of the kind."
2.  While she was in this mood Drouet came in, bringing with him anentirely different atmosphere. It was dusk and Carrie had
3.  She decided to stop in at the Madison Square Theatre and ask howto find the theatrical agents. This seemed the sensible way.Accordingly, when she reached that theatre she applied to theclerk at the box office.
4.  Some one was at the head showing rooms, so that there was nodelay for keys. Toiling up the creaky stairs, Hurstwood lookedback and saw the captain, watching; the last one of the linebeing included in his broad solicitude. Then he gathered hiscloak about him and strolled out into the night.
5.   Carrie thrilled to be taken so seriously. For the moment,loneliness deserted her. Here was praise which was keen andanalytical.
6.  So his going was crystallising into staying. What was she to donow? Evidently she would be facing the world in the same old waywithin a day or two. Her clothes would get poor. She put hertwo hands together in her customary expressive way and pressedher fingers. Large tears gathered in her eyes and broke hotacross her cheeks. She was alone, very much alone.


1.  He wondered at this, not knowing the pathetic figure he hadbecome in her eyes. She restrained herself with difficulty fromshowing a quaver in her voice.
2.  "What are you going to do?" he said.
3.  Carrie began to move quickly to the door.
4、  "Who are they?" asked Hurstwood.
5、  "You don't want to live with those people?" he said in one place,abstractedly. Carrie heard it, but it made only a slightimpression.




  • 张立祥 08-08

      As she did all these things, she was in a most despondent state.

  • 白岷 08-08

      "Look at that woman's dress over there," he said, again turningto Carrie, and nodding in a direction.

  • 吕友清 08-08

       A few weeks later Drouet, in his peregrinations, encountered oneof his well-dressed lady acquaintances in Chicago on his returnfrom a short trip to Omaha. He had intended to hurry out toOgden Place and surprise Carrie, but now he fell into aninteresting conversation and soon modified his originalintention.

  • 彭英 08-08

      "I saw you, Governor, last night."

  • 马塔切尔西 08-07

    {  "Oh, yes," said Carrie, smiling.

  • 胡胜友 08-06

      A long silence.}

  • 萨蒂什·达万航天中心 08-06

      "Oh, no," she said. "I'd rather you wouldn't. I'd rather youwouldn't be with me when I meet my sister."

  • 方怀瑾 08-06

      "I'm glad you liked it."

  • 莫冠婷 08-05

       "Oh, that much?" said Carrie. "Is this right?" she asked,turning to Hurstwood.

  • 董冲 08-03

    {  He pressed her hand gently and she tried to withdraw it. At thishe held it fast, and she no longer protested. Then he slippedthe greenbacks he had into her palm, and when she began toprotest, he whispered:

  • 高领霞 08-03

      He little knew as he went out of the door that night what asecret flame he had kindled in the bosom of the girl he leftbehind. Carrie was possessed of that sympathetic, impressionablenature which, ever in the most developed form, has been the gloryof the drama. She was created with that passivity of soul whichis always the mirror of the active world. She possessed aninnate taste for imitation and no small ability. Even withoutpractice, she could sometimes restore dramatic situations she hadwitnessed by re-creating, before her mirror, the expressions ofthe various faces taking part in the scene. She loved tomodulate her voice after the conventional manner of thedistressed heroine, and repeat such pathetic fragments asappealed most to her sympathies. Of late, seeing the airy graceof the ingenue in several well-constructed plays, she had beenmoved to secretly imitate it, and many were the little movementsand expressions of the body in which she indulged from time totime in the privacy of her chamber. On several occasions, whenDrouet had caught her admiring herself, as he imagined, in themirror, she was doing nothing more than recalling some littlegrace of the mouth or the eyes which she had witnessed inanother. Under his airy accusation she mistook this for vanityand accepted the blame with a faint sense of error, though, as amatter of fact, it was nothing more than the first subtleoutcroppings of an artistic nature, endeavouring to re-create theperfect likeness of some phase of beauty which appealed to her.In such feeble tendencies, be it known, such outworking of desireto reproduce life, lies the basis of all dramatic art.