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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "All right," replied Hurstwood, sitting down in silence. He wassick of the grind of this thing.
2.  "I'd tell her to keep it if I were you. She might be here weekswithout getting another one."
3.  The two policemen got down and Hurstwood started to follow.
4.  "Who is he?" asked Carrie. doubtfully.
5.  "My money is nearly gone," he said, "and I hardly know where it'sgone to."
6.  What Drouet said about the girl's grace, as she tripped outevenings accompanied by her mother, caused Carrie to perceive thenature and value of those little modish ways which women adoptwhen they would presume to be something. She looked in themirror and pursed up her lips, accompanying it with a little tossof the head, as she had seen the railroad treasurer's daughterdo. She caught up her skirts with an easy swing, for had notDrouet remarked that in her and several others, and Carrie wasnaturally imitative. She began to get the hang of those littlethings which the pretty woman who has vanity invariably adopts.In short, her knowledge of grace doubled, and with it herappearance changed. She became a girl of considerable taste.


1.  A half-dollar was passed over, and now a knock came at herdressing-room door.Carrie opened it.
2.  "Yah, yah, yah!" yelled the crowd. "Get it off yourself."
3.  "It wasn't necessary," said Hurstwood.
4.  "Is it far?" said Carrie, as he hurried back.
5.  For the first time he was troubled. Here was a moralcomplication of which he could not possibly get the ends.Hurstwood would laugh at him for being a fickle boy. He wouldlaugh with Hurstwood. Carrie would never hear, his presentcompanion at table would never know, and yet he could not helpfeeling that he was getting the worst of it--there was some faintstigma attached, and he was not guilty. He broke up the dinnerby becoming dull, and saw his companion on her car. Then he wenthome.
6.  "Oh, all right."


1.  "And her name?"
2.  They were returning to Ogden Place in the cab, when he asked:
3.  "How long are you in town this time?" inquired Hurstwood.
4.  "I should like to walk up and see Halstead Street, if it isn'ttoo far," said Carrie, after a time. "Why don't we go to thetheatre to-night?"
6.  "Why do you want to start on that again?" said Carrie. "You wereto blame."


1.  Twelve o'clock arrived, the hour for closing, and with it thecompany took leave. Hurstwood shook hands with them mostcordially. He was very roseate physically. He had arrived atthat state where his mind, though clear, was, nevertheless, warmin its fancies. He felt as if his troubles were not veryserious. Going into his office, he began to turn over certainaccounts, awaiting the departure of the bartenders and thecashier, who soon left.
2.  No one responded. He walked to and fro, looking down for severalminutes, occasionally saying softly: "Eighteen cents." It seemedas if this paltry sum would delay the desired culmination longerthan all the rest had. Hurstwood, buoyed up slightly by the longline of which he was a part, refrained with an effort fromgroaning, he was so weak.
3.  Genial egotist that he was, he went at once into a detailedaccount of his own career.
4、  "Well, you get it then," he said grimly, though in a modifiedtone of voice.
5、  "One thing you want to be careful about, and that is to starteasy. Give one degree time to act before you start another. Theone fault of most men is that they always want to throw her wideopen. That's bad. It's dangerous, too. Wears out the motor.You don't want to do that."




  • 斯蒂文·斯皮尔伯格 08-05

      "I thought we were in for it sure, once there," said the second.

  • 霍多尔科夫斯基 08-05

      "Sven thinks it might be best for the winter, anyhow."

  • 张良娟 08-05


  • 甄宇 08-05

      "I did not mean at once," he returned. "Any time will do. Wouldthis afternoon be inconvenient?"

  • 黄经 08-04

    {  Carrie had thought to lead up to her decision in some intelligentway, but this swept the whole fore-schemed situation by theboard.

  • 刘若 08-03

      "Let's go to the matinee this afternoon," said Mrs. Vance, whohad stepped across into Carrie's flat one morning, still arrayedin a soft pink dressing-gown, which she had donned upon rising.Hurstwood and Vance had gone their separate ways nearly an hourbefore.}

  • 勒杜克 08-03

      "Do you want to see me?" he asked.

  • 豪利 08-03

      "How are you?" he said, easily. "I could not resist thetemptation to come out this afternoon, it was so pleasant."

  • 野中广务 08-02

       "Let go," said Hurstwood, savagely.

  • 田桂森 07-31

    {  There is a more subtle result of such a situation as this, which,though not always taken into account, produces the tragedies ofthe world. The great create an atmosphere which reacts badlyupon the small. This atmosphere is easily and quickly felt.Walk among the magnificent residences, the splendid equipages,the gilded shops, restaurants, resorts of all kinds; scent theflowers, the silks, the wines; drink of the laughter springingfrom the soul of luxurious content, of the glances which gleamlike light from defiant spears; feel the quality of the smileswhich cut like glistening swords and of strides born of place,and you shall know of what is the atmosphere of the high andmighty. Little use to argue that of such is not the kingdom ofgreatness, but so long as the world is attracted by this and thehuman heart views this as the one desirable realm which it mustattain, so long, to that heart, will this remain the realm ofgreatness. So long, also, will the atmosphere of this realm workits desperate results in the soul of man. It is like a chemicalreagent. One day of it, like one drop of the other, will soaffect and discolour the views, the aims, the desire of the mind,that it will thereafter remain forever dyed. A day of it to theuntried mind is like opium to the untried body. A craving is setup which, if gratified, shall eternally result in dreams anddeath. Aye! dreams unfulfilled--gnawing, luring, idle phantomswhich beckon and lead, beckon and lead, until death anddissolution dissolve their power and restore us blind to nature'sheart.

  • 解鸿震 07-31

      He was let loose and recovered himself. Now he recognised twoofficers. He felt as if he would faint from exhaustion.Something was wet on his chin. He put up his hand and felt, thenlooked. It was red.