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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It's unfair to let such playing go without earning something,"he said after a time, slipping his finger into the little coinpocket of his coat. "Let's play for dimes."
2.  "I haven't any doubt," put in Vance, "but we'll all enjoy it verymuch."
3.  "Is that you?" he said.
4.  It was in this mood that he would occasionally dress up, go for ashave, and, putting on his gloves, sally forth quite actively.Not with any definite aim. It was more a barometric condition.He felt just right for being outside and doing something.
5.  "There, there," he said, "you mustn't cry. Won't you listen tome? Listen to me a minute, and I'll tell you why I came to dothis thing. I couldn't help it. I assure you I couldn't. Won'tyou listen?"
6.  "Certainly."


1.  "I gave it to her."
2.  Carrie shook her head.
3.  "Well," he said, "I should judge you were rather sympathetic inyour nature."
4.  Fulfilling her part capably brought another notice in the papersthat she was doing her work acceptably. This pleased herimmensely. She began to think the world was taking note of her.
5.  "I'm not mad," she snapped. "I'm merely asking you for a seasonticket."
6.  "Oh, no," answered Carrie.


1.  "I think so."On this account, Hurstwood, this very day, looked grocer Oesloggeclearly in the eye as he ordered a pound of coffee, and said:
2.  The plea was that of a gaunt-faced man of about thirty, wholooked the picture of privation and wretchedness. Drouet was thefirst to see. He handed over a dime with an upwelling feeling ofpity in his heart. Hurstwood scarcely noticed the incident.Carrie quickly forgot.
3.  "Hm!" he said, clearing his throat and locking the door.
4.  By the evening of the 16th the subtle hand of Hurstwood had madeitself apparent. He had given the word among his friends--andthey were many and influential--that here was something whichthey ought to attend, and, as a consequence, the sale of ticketsby Mr. Quincel, acting for the lodge, had been large. Smallfour-line notes had appeared in all of the daily newspapers.These he had arranged for by the aid of one of his newspaperfriends on the "Times," Mr. Harry McGarren, the managing editor.
5.   "I remember," said Carrie.
6.  "You, you!" said the manager. "Can't you hear?"


1.  She scarcely gave a thought to the complication which wouldtrouble her when he was gone. In his presence, she was of hisown hopeful, easy-way-out mood.
2.  "When will I see you again?"
3.  "Oh, dear," said Carrie, with whom the sufferings of FatherGoriot were still keen. "That's all you think of. Aren't yousorry for the people who haven't anything to-night?"
4、  "It's not very hard to get work now," put in Hanson, "if you lookright."
5、  In all Carrie's experience she had never seen anything like this.In the whole time she had been in New York Hurstwood's modifiedstate had not permitted his bringing her to such a place. Therewas an almost indescribable atmosphere about it which convincedthe newcomer that this was the proper thing. Here was the placewhere the matter of expense limited the patrons to the moneyed orpleasure-loving class. Carrie had read of it often in the"Morning" and "Evening World." She had seen notices of dances,parties, balls, and suppers at Sherry's. The Misses So-and-sowould give a party on Wednesday evening at Sherry's. Young Mr.So-and-So would entertain a party of friends at a privateluncheon on the sixteenth, at Sherry's. The common run ofconventional, perfunctory notices of the doings of society, whichshe could scarcely refrain from scanning each day, had given hera distinct idea of the gorgeousness and luxury of this wonderfultemple of gastronomy. Now, at last, she was really in it. Shehad come up the imposing steps, guarded by the large and portlydoorman. She had seen the lobby, guarded by another large andportly gentleman, and been waited upon by uniformed youths whotook care of canes, overcoats, and the like. Here was thesplendid dining-chamber, all decorated and aglow, where thewealthy ate. Ah, how fortunate was Mrs. Vance; young, beautiful,and well off--at least, sufficiently so to come here in a coach.What a wonderful thing it was to be rich.




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  • 左小春 08-03

      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.

  • 赵双存 08-03

       Later, however, his old discretion asserted itself. Somethinghad to be done. A climax was near and she would not sit idle.He knew her well enough to know that when she had decided upon aplan she would follow it up. Possibly matters would go into alawyer's hands at once.

  • 潘万历 08-03

      "Well, you know what I am here for, don't you?" said the manconfidentially.

  • 龚蕾 08-02

    {  They fell into a sort of broken, ragged line. One might see,now, some of the chief characteristics by contrast. There was awooden leg in the line. Hats were all drooping, a group thatwould ill become a second-hand Hester Street basement collection.Trousers were all warped and frayed at the bottom and coats wornand faded. In the glare of the store lights, some of the faceslooked dry and chalky; others were red with blotches and puffedin the cheeks and under the eyes; one or two were rawboned andreminded one of railroad hands. A few spectators came near,drawn by the seemingly conferring group, then more and more, andquickly there was a pushing, gaping crowd. Some one in the linebegan to talk.

  • 查默斯 08-01

      In a moment Carrie was alone again, and was saying, withanimation:}

  • 武三思 08-01

      "It's lovely out to-day," she remarked.

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      "I did go part of the way, but I left the Party a mile down theroad."

  • 殷飞 07-31

       Such feelings as were generated in Carrie by this walk put her inan exceedingly receptive mood for the pathos which followed inthe play. The actor whom they had gone to see had achieved hispopularity by presenting a mellow type of comedy, in whichsufficient sorrow was introduced to lend contrast and relief tohumour. For Carrie, as we well know, the stage had a greatattraction. She had never forgotten her one histrionicachievement in Chicago. It dwelt in her mind and occupied herconsciousness during many long afternoons in which her rocking-chair and her latest novel contributed the only pleasures of herstate. Never could she witness a play without having her ownability vividly brought to consciousness. Some scenes made herlong to be a part of them--to give expression to the feelingswhich she, in the place of the character represented, would feel.Almost invariably she would carry the vivid imaginations awaywith her and brood over them the next day alone. She lived asmuch in these things as in the realities which made up her dailylife.

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    {  "Mr. Stevens," he said, referring to the author, "is preparing alittle song, which he would like you to sing next week."

  • 张皖贤 07-29

      "You can see for yourself if you're any judge of the liquortrade," said the owner. "This is only one of the two places Ihave. The other is down in Nassau Street. I can't tend to themboth alone. If I had some one who knew the business thoroughly Iwouldn't mind sharing with him in this one and letting him manageit."