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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  He was thoroughly aroused now. His dark eyes snapped, and hecrunched his paper as he laid it down. Mrs. Hurstwood saidnothing more. He was just finishing when she turned on her heeland went out into the hall and upstairs. He paused for a moment,as if hesitating, then sat down and drank a little coffee, andthereafter arose and went for his hat and gloves upon the mainfloor.
2.  "You said Charlie was hurt," said Carrie, savagely. "Youdeceived me. You've been deceiving me all the time, and now youwant to force me to run away with you."
3.  Drouet smiled.
4.  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.
5.  "Mrs. Drouet."
6.  Chapter XIV


1.  "Not very, I hope," said Carrie.
2.  She looked the picture of despair.
3.  "What's this about you and Hurstwood?" he asked.
4.  "I'll not do it," she said, "after I get started. He can takehis meals out."
5.  He was really moved by her excellent representation and thegeneral appearance of the pathetic little figure as it swayed andfinally fainted to the floor. He had bounded up to catch her,and now held her laughing in his arms.
6.  Carrie looked at him, while pedestrians stared at her. She feltthe strain of publicity. So did Hurstwood.


1.  Carrie was doing better, that he knew. Her clothes were improvednow, even fine. He saw her coming and going, sometimes picturingto himself her rise. Little eating had thinned him somewhat. Hehad no appetite. His clothes, too, were a poor man's clothes.Talk about getting something had become even too threadbare andridiculous for him. So he folded his hands and waited--for what,he could not anticipate.
2.  "Oh, yes," said Mrs. Vance to Carrie, "we think we might as wellgive up the flat and store our things. We'll be gone for thesummer, and it would be a useless expense. I think we'll settlea little farther down town when we come back."
3.  "Why don't you stay down town and go to the theatre with me?" hesaid, hitching his chair closer. The table was not very wide.
4.  "I am," said Carrie, softly.
5.   "Did he spend the evenings here?" he asked.
6.  For some days thereafter he put on his overcoat regularly in themorning and sallied forth. On these ventures he first consoledhimself with the thought that with the seven hundred dollars hehad he could still make some advantageous arrangement. Hethought about going to some brewery, which, as he knew,frequently controlled saloons which they leased, and get them tohelp him. Then he remembered that he would have to pay outseveral hundred any way for fixtures and that he would havenothing left for his monthly expenses. It was costing him nearlyeighty dollars a month to live.


1.  "I couldn't," said Carrie, her colour rising. Then, seeing thathe looked as if he said "I know," she exclaimed: "Oh, all right.I don't care."
2.  "Yes, the next sleeper back does."
3.  Carrie went out and there he sat, determining to do something.
4、  "Soap, towels, and a pitcher of ice-water."
5、  Chapter XVI




  • 乔伊丝·奥斯汀 08-07

      "Oh, come off! Here."

  • 郑曼青 08-07

      "Just one boy, hasn't he?" asked Hurstwood.

  • 季然郭 08-07

       "It ain't no fun, is it?" he inquired, wishing vainly for acheery reply.

  • 田晓波 08-07

      "I suppose your people will be here to meet you?" he said. "Letme carry your grip."

  • 原班 08-06

    {  Mrs. Hurstwood noticed the lack of colour in it. She turned uponhim, animal-like, able to strike an effectual second blow.

  • 郭登 08-05

      The man wrote an order on a small card. "Take that to ourbarns," he said, "and give it to the foreman. He'll show youwhat to do."}

  • 刘飞 08-05

      Hurstwood surprised himself with his fluency. By the natural lawwhich governs all effort, what he wrote reacted upon him. Hebegan to feel those subtleties which he could find words toexpress. With every expression came increased conception. Thoseinmost breathings which there found words took hold upon him. Hethought Carrie worthy of all the affection he could thereexpress.

  • 邢山虎 08-05

      "Oh, with no one," said Carrie. "It was just a show gotten----"

  • 陈羽凡 08-04

       "I'll ring for soap and towels," he said, "and send you up ahair-brush. Then you can bathe and get ready for breakfast.I'll go for a shave and come back and get you, and then we'll goout and look for some clothes for you."

  • 金衡俊 08-02

    {  Carrie had prepared a good dinner at the flat, but after his rideup, Hurstwood was in a solemn and reflective mood.

  • 刘祎辰 08-02

      Her spirits sank so that at supper Minnie felt that she must havehad another hard day. Carrie finally decided that she would givethe money back. It was wrong to take it. She would go down inthe morning and hunt for work. At noon she would meet Drouet asagreed and tell him. At this decision her heart sank, until shewas the old Carrie of distress.