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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You weren't here," he said, "when I came back this morning, andI thought you had gone out."
2.  As yet, Hurstwood had only a thought of pleasure withoutresponsibility. He did not feel that he was doing anything tocomplicate his life. His position was secure, his home-life, ifnot satisfactory, was at least undisturbed, his personal libertyrather untrammelled. Carrie's love represented only so muchadded pleasure. He would enjoy this new gift over and above hisordinary allowance of pleasure. He would be happy with her andhis own affairs would go on as they had, undisturbed.
3.  He adjusted his paper very comfortably and continued. It was theone thing he read with absorbing interest.
4.  "Well, good luck," said Minnie, when she was ready to go. Theyhad agreed it was best to walk, that morning at least, to see ifshe could do it every day--sixty cents a week for car fare beingquite an item under the circumstances.
6.  "Will you let me come back if I want to?" she asked, as if shenow had the upper hand and her companion was utterly subdued.


1.  "Force!" he said, with curled lip. "A lot of forcing I did."
2.  "I will," said Carrie. "Really, I've been wanting to come. Iknow I ought to. It's a shame. But you know----"
3.  When Carrie had gone, he felicitated himself upon her goodopinion. By George, it was a shame young girls had to be knockedaround like that. Cold weather coming on and no clothes. Tough.He would go around to Fitzgerald and Moy's and get a cigar. Itmade him feel light of foot as he thought about her.
4.  "What are you looking for?"
5.  "Yes; but I can't get along with my people. They always want meto do what they want. Do you live here?"
6.  "No," said Hurstwood.


1.  At both of these two charities, during the severe winter whichwas now on, Hurstwood was a frequent visitor. On one occasion itwas peculiarly cold, and finding no comfort in begging about thestreets, he waited until noon before seeking this free offeringto the poor. Already, at eleven o'clock of this morning, severalsuch as he had shambled forward out of Sixth Avenue, their thinclothes flapping and fluttering in the wind. They leaned againstthe iron railing which protects the walls of the Ninth RegimentArmory, which fronts upon that section of Fifteenth Street,having come early in order to be first in. Having an hour towait, they at first lingered at a respectful distance; but otherscoming up, they moved closer in order to protect their right ofprecedence. To this collection Hurstwood came up from the westout of Seventh Avenue and stopped close to the door, nearer thanall the others. Those who had been waiting before him, butfarther away, now drew near, and by a certain stolidity ofdemeanour, no words being spoken, indicated that they were first.
2.  He came back and laid the change down with the food.
3.  She gazed at him--a pythoness in humour.
4.  "They cut me," he said, foolishly, fishing for his handkerchief.
5.   "I'd just as leave go for you," he said.
6.  So now, the house, to his mind, had a most pleasing andcomfortable appearance. In the hall he found an evening paper,laid there by the maid and forgotten by Mrs. Hurstwood. In thedining-room the table was clean laid with linen and napery andshiny with glasses and decorated china. Through an open door hesaw into the kitchen, where the fire was crackling in the stoveand the evening meal already well under way. Out in the smallback yard was George, Jr., frolicking with a young dog he hadrecently purchased, and in the parlour Jessica was playing at thepiano, the sounds of a merry waltz filling every nook and cornerof the comfortable home. Every one, like himself, seemed to haveregained his good spirits, to be in sympathy with youth andbeauty, to be inclined to joy and merry-making. He felt as if hecould say a good word all around himself, and took a most genialglance at the spread table and polished sideboard before goingupstairs to read his paper in the comfortable armchair of thesitting-room which looked through the open windows into thestreet. When he entered there, however, he found his wifebrushing her hair and musing to herself the while.


1.  For an hour he thought over this plausible statement of thetangle. He wanted to tell them about his wife, but couldn't. Hefinally narrowed it down to an assertion that he was light-headedfrom entertaining friends, had found the safe open, and havinggone so far as to take the money out, had accidentally closed it.This act he regretted very much. He was sorry he had put them toso much trouble. He would undo what he could by sending themoney back--the major portion of it. The remainder he would payup as soon as he could. Was there any possibility of his beingrestored? This he only hinted at.
2.  "I don't know," said Carrie; "I'll go down Monday and see if Ican't get something."
3.  She had reached home early and went in the front room to think.What could she do? She could not buy new shoes and wear themhere. She would need to save part of the twenty to pay her farehome. She did not want to borrow of Minnie for that. And yet,how could she explain where she even got that money? If shecould only get enough to let her out easy.
4、  During the acts Carrie found herself listening to him veryattentively. He mentioned things in the play which she mostapproved of--things which swayed her deeply.
5、  She had risen, and now walked angrily out of the room.




  • 连明惠 08-05

      "We'll go out for breakfast. This place down here doesn't appealto me very much."

  • 李玫瑾 08-05

      Carrie shook her head. Like all women, she was there to objectand be convinced. It was for him to brush the doubts away andclear the path if he could."Why are you going home?" he asked.

  • 王锐 08-05

       He was astonished at the woman's determination, but it onlyirritated him the more.

  • 披猜 08-05

      "The Custer Lodge is getting up a little entertainment for theirown good, and they'd like a little newspaper notice. You knowwhat I mean--a squib or two saying that it's going to takeplace."

  • 张秀娟 08-04

    {  "Oh," said Carrie, collapsing, and blushing fiercely.

  • 杨益 08-03

      In her delight she was almost anxious to tell Hurstwood. But, asshe walked homeward, and her survey of the facts of the casebecame larger, she began to think of the anomaly of her findingwork in several weeks and his lounging in idleness for a numberof months.}

  • 李均明 08-03

      "It isn't as much as you ought to get," said the latter,"especially when you've got to buy clothes."

  • 李玲玉 08-03

      Drouet smiled.

  • 鲁马滋 08-02

       Ames was looking away again, and Carrie was again looking at hisforehead. To her he seemed to be thinking about strange things.As he studied the crowd his eye was mild.

  • 小村寿太郎 07-31

    {  One experienced youth volunteered, anyhow.

  • 康启林 07-31

      "That was just something for evening wear," returned his wifecomplacently.