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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, we prefer young women just now with some experience. Iguess we can't use you."
2.  "Ray," she said, "the greatest happiness I have ever felt hasbeen the thought that all your affection was forever bestowedupon a virtuous woman, your equal in family, fortune, andaccomplishments. What a revelation do you make to me now! Whatis it makes you continually war with your happiness?"
3.  "Well, now, it's hardly possible that you would get anything todo in a wholesale house of this kind. Have you tried thedepartment stores?"
4.  It must not be thought that any one could have mistaken her for anervous, sensitive, high-strung nature, cast unduly upon a cold,calculating, and unpoetic world. Such certainly she was not. Butwomen are peculiarly sensitive to their adornment.
5.  "No--yes; that is, we always have. Our social barometers alwaysstand at 'cloudy' and 'overcast.'"
6.  Hurstwood was perfectly indifferent. He took it for granted thatit would be worthless. All he cared for was to have it endurableenough to allow for pretension and congratulation afterward.


1.  The complete ignoring by Hurstwood of his own home came with thegrowth of his affection for Carrie. His actions, in all thatrelated to his family, were of the most perfunctory kind. He satat breakfast with his wife and children, absorbed in his ownfancies, which reached far without the realm of their interests.He read his paper, which was heightened in interest by theshallowness of the themes discussed by his son and daughter.Between himself and his wife ran a river of indifference.
2.  Now a sharper lash of wind cut down and they huddled closer. Itwas an edging, shifting, pushing throng. There was no anger, nopleading, no threatening words. It was all sullen endurance,unlightened by either wit or good fellowship.
3.  Carrie looked about her, after she had drunk a tinful of waterfrom a bucket in one corner, for a place to sit and eat. Theother girls had ranged themselves about the windows or the work-benches of those of the men who had gone out. She saw no placewhich did not hold a couple or a group of girls, and being tootimid to think of intruding herself, she sought out her machineand, seated upon her stool, opened her lunch on her lap. Thereshe sat listening to the chatter and comment about her. It was,for the most part, silly and graced by the current slang.Several of the men in the room exchanged compliments with thegirls at long range.
4.  "Oh, you want to see Mr. McManus," he returned. "Sit down," andhe pointed to a chair against the neighbouring wall. He went onleisurely writing, until after a time a short, stout gentlemancame in from the street.
5.  This was the first strong result of the situation between them,but with the nearing of the last day of the business the gloombecame almost a permanent thing. Hurstwood could not conceal hisfeelings about the matter. Carrie could not help wondering whereshe was drifting. It got so that they talked even less thanusual, and yet it was not Hurstwood who felt any objection toCarrie. It was Carrie who shied away from him. This he noticed.It aroused an objection to her becoming indifferent to him. Hemade the possibility of friendly intercourse almost a giant task,and then noticed with discontent that Carrie added to it by hermanner and made it more impossible.
6.  Again he resorted to the Bowery lodging-house, brooding overwhere to look. From this it was but a step to beggary.


1.  The game of deception was up with Drouet. He did not try tosimulate indifference further.
2.  When some one of the many middle-class individuals whom he knew,who had money, would get into trouble, he would shake his head.It didn't do to talk about those things. If it came up fordiscussion among such friends as with him passed for close, hewould deprecate the folly of the thing. "It was all right to doit--all men do those things--but why wasn't he careful? A mancan't be too careful." He lost sympathy for the man that made amistake and was found out.
3.  She sat meditating, merely shaking her head.
4.  For the first time in years the thought that he must count theselittle expenses flashed through his mind. It was a disagreeablething.
5.   "I might as well go right away," she said, without looking back.
6.  "All right," said Hurstwood.


2.  He was irritated to think that this should come up when he wishedto have his thoughts for other purposes.
3.  "Why, hello, Harry!" he said, addressing a lounger in one of thecomfortable lobby chairs. "How are you?"
4、  "To save me, Cad, I can't," he answered. "I ought to, too; I'veseen the play enough. There's a girl in it that was stolen whenshe was an infant--was picked off the street or something--andshe's the one that's hounded by the two old criminals I wastelling you about." He stopped with a mouthful of pie poised on afork before his face. "She comes very near getting drowned--no,that's not it. I'll tell you what I'll do," he concludedhopelessly, "I'll get you the book. I can't remember now for thelife of me."
5、  "I had a job in Newark until last October," returned the other,with reciprocal feeling.




  • 田玲得 08-04

      "I'll put a stop to this," he thought. "I'm not going to bebothered fooling around with visitors when I have work to do."

  • 刘海石 08-04

      Hurstwood was home before her. He had not thought she would beso long seeking.

  • 原利安 08-04

       Minnie worked with less elation than she had just before Carriearrived. The sizzle of the meat frying did not sound quite sopleasing now that Carrie had reported her discontent. To Carrie,the one relief of the whole day would have been a jolly home, asympathetic reception, a bright supper table, and some one tosay: "Oh, well, stand it a little while. You will get somethingbetter," but now this was ashes. She began to see that theylooked upon her complaint as unwarranted, and that she wassupposed to work on and say nothing. She knew that she was topay four dollars for her board and room, and now she felt that itwould be an exceedingly gloomy round, living with these people.

  • 邓晓文 08-04

      To recover herself she went into the front room while hesearched. Presently she returned. He had a pencil, and waswriting upon an envelope.

  • 尹大伦 08-03

    {  "You are to come down and see Joe Jefferson with me to-night," itran in part. "It's my turn, as we agreed the other day. Allother bets are off."

  • 波西尼亚 08-02

      "Well, a man ought to be more attentive than that to his wife ifhe wants to keep her."}

  • 哈塞尔巴因克 08-02

      "That's all right," said Carrie.

  • 菲洛 08-02

      This seemed to renew the general interest in the closed door, andmany gazed in that direction. They looked at it as dumb bruteslook, as dogs paw and whine and study the knob. They shifted andblinked and muttered, now a curse, now a comment. Still theywaited and still the snow whirled and cut them with bitingflakes. On the old hats and peaked shoulders it was piling. Itgathered in little heaps and curves and no one brushed it off.In the centre of the crowd the warmth and steam melted it, andwater trickled off hat rims and down noses, which the ownerscould not reach to scratch. On the outer rim the piles remainedunmelted. Hurstwood, who could not get in the centre, stood withhead lowered to the weather and bent his form.

  • 弗朗索瓦博齐泽 08-01

       "I wish," he said pathetically, "you would come to me. I don'tlike to be away from you this way. What good is there inwaiting? You're not any happier, are you?"

  • 田东泉 07-30

    {  "Oh, I don't think Sven would want to go to-night," returnedMinnie. "He has to get up so early."

  • 何又恪 07-30

      Carrie laughed luxuriantly.