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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The wavering of a mind under such circumstances is an almostinexplicable thing, and yet it is absolutely true. Hurstwoodcould not bring himself to act definitely. He wanted to thinkabout it--to ponder over it, to decide whether it were best. Hewas drawn by such a keen desire for Carrie, driven by such astate of turmoil in his own affairs that he thought constantly itwould be best, and yet he wavered. He did not know what evilmight result from it to him--how soon he might come to grief.The true ethics of the situation never once occurred to him, andnever would have, under any circumstances.
2.  "Is that so?" said the friend. "Glad to hear it. I'll come downand see you."
3.  "Oh, yes," answered Carrie. "That's always the way. It takesmore than I can earn to pay for things. I don't see what I'mgoing to do.
4.  The old illusion that here was some one who needed her aid beganto grow in Carrie's mind. She truly pitied this sad, lonelyfigure. To think that all his fine state should be so barren forwant of her; that he needed to make such an appeal when sheherself was lonely and without anchor. Surely, this was too bad.
5.  Hurstwood obeyed. At the corner he saw the wisdom of it. Nosooner did the man perceive the intention to ignore him, than heshook his fist.
6.  Sunday passed with equal doubts, worries, assurances, and heavenknows what vagaries of mind and spirit. Every half-hour in theday the thought would come to her most sharply, like the tail ofa swishing whip, that action--immediate action--was imperative.At other times she would look about her and assure herself thatthings were not so bad--that certainly she would come out safeand sound. At such times she would think of Drouet's adviceabout going on the stage, and saw some chance for herself in thatquarter. She decided to take up that opportunity on the morrow.


1.  "Your wife? Yes, she went out just a few minutes ago."
2.  "Well, she can afford it as long as he puts up for it," returnedHurstwood. "He's got a soft job."
3.  "Can't you start somewhere else?"
4.  She wondered what could induce him to go alone. There wassomething back of this. She rummaged her brain for a reason.
5.  Hurstwood was now hot and waked up. It was a great shaking upfor him, both mental and moral. He wiped his brow as he lookedaround, and then went for his clothes and dressed. Not a soundcame from Carrie; she ceased sobbing when she heard him dressing.She thought, at first, with the faintest alarm, of being leftwithout money--not of losing him, though he might be going awaypermanently. She heard him open the top of the wardrobe and takeout his hat. Then the dining-room door closed, and she knew hehad gone.
6.  "Yes," said Carrie innocently, feeling now that Hurstwood musthave mentioned but one call.


1.  Passion in a man of Hurstwood's nature takes a vigorous form. Itis no musing, dreamy thing. There is none of the tendency tosing outside of my lady's window--to languish and repine in theface of difficulties. In the night he was long getting to sleepbecause of too much thinking, and in the morning he was earlyawake, seizing with alacrity upon the same dear subject andpursuing it with vigour. He was out of sorts physically, as wellas disordered mentally, for did he not delight in a new manner inhis Carrie, and was not Drouet in the way? Never was man moreharassed than he by the thoughts of his love being held by theelated, flush-mannered drummer. He would have given anything, itseemed to him, to have the complication ended--to have Carrieacquiesce to an arrangement which would dispose of Droueteffectually and forever.
2.  Then he called Harry, the boy of all work around the place.
3.  "Oh, let up," he answered.
4.  "Well, she's got more gumption than any one I've seen here sofar--seems to take an interest in what she's doing."
5.   For all her acquiescence, there was something about the wayHurstwood spoke which reminded Carrie of Drouet and his littledeal which he was always about to put through. It was only thethought of a second, but it was a beginning. It was somethingnew in her thinking of Hurstwood.
6.  "Eh, eh, eh!" yelled another, the carriage having long sincepassed out of hearing.


1.  "Excellent."
2.  Carrie looked at him in astonishment.
3.  "Ten more."
4、  "No, I can't," said Carrie weakly, very much drawn toward theproposition and yet fearful.
5、  Carrie only rocked back and forth in her chair.




  • 康平冬 08-04

      Hurstwood did so.

  • 依·吐 08-04

      The truth is that Mrs. Hale was not the only one who had athought on this score. The housemaid who had welcomed Hurstwoodhad her opinion also. She had no particular regard for Carrie,whom she took to be cold and disagreeable. At the same time, shehad a fancy for the merry and easy-mannered Drouet, who threw hera pleasant remark now and then, and in other ways extended herthe evidence of that regard which he had for all members of thesex. Hurstwood was more reserved and critical in his manner. Hedid not appeal to this bodiced functionary in the same pleasantway. She wondered that he came so frequently, that Mrs. Drouetshould go out with him this afternoon when Mr. Drouet was absent.She gave vent to her opinions in the kitchen where the cook was.As a result, a hum of gossip was set going which moved about thehouse in that secret manner common to gossip.

  • 赵筱青 08-04

       As Carrie looked out upon the flying scenery she almost forgotthat she had been tricked into this long journey against her willand that she was without the necessary apparel for travelling.She quite forgot Hurstwood's presence at times, and looked awayto homely farmhouses and cosey cottages in villages withwondering eyes. It was an interesting world to her. Her lifehad just begun. She did not feel herself defeated at all.Neither was she blasted in hope. The great city held much.Possibly she would come out of bondage into freedom--who knows?Perhaps she would be happy. These thoughts raised her above thelevel of erring. She was saved in that she was hopeful.

  • 牛锡明 08-04

      "Your turn next, Miss Madenda," said the prompter.

  • 林顿 08-03

    {  Next week came, but Carrie saw no change. Hurstwood seemed moreapathetic than ever. He saw her off mornings to rehearsals andthe like with the utmost calm. He read and read. Several timeshe found himself staring at an item, but thinking of somethingelse. The first of these lapses that he sharply noticedconcerned a hilarious party he had once attended at a drivingclub, of which he had been a member. He sat, gazing downward,and gradually thought he heard the old voices and the clink ofglasses.

  • 黄海怀 08-02

      "Well, we prefer young women just now with some experience. Iguess we can't use you."}

  • 彭水根 08-02

      She made no answer.

  • 谭耀宗 08-02

      "No; frown," he said. "Frown as you did before."

  • 奥黛丽·赫本 08-01

       Such little arguments were all too frequent, the result of agrowth of natures which were largely independent and selfish.George, Jr., manifested even greater touchiness and exaggerationin the matter of his individual rights, and attempted to make allfeel that he was a man with a man's privileges--an assumptionwhich, of all things, is most groundless and pointless in a youthof nineteen.

  • 刘银新 07-30

    {  "Aren't you going to shake hands with me? Well, you're a dandy!That's all right, shake hands."

  • 魏治梅 07-30

      "The crazy ass!" he said to himself. "What does he want toadvertise for?"