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类型【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1:格雷格里·银 大小:dBgIIcId16674KB 下载:9f6he59s13224次
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日期:2020-08-05 19:00:12

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  AN HOUR IN ELFLAND--A CLAMOUR HALF HEARD
2.  Without being clear, there was something in the thought which heobjected to. He did not believe any more, after three years ofobservation, that Carrie would ever do anything great in thatline. She seemed too simple, too yielding. His idea of the artwas that it involved something more pompous. If she tried to geton the stage she would fall into the hands of some cheap managerand become like the rest of them. He had a good idea of what hemeant by THEM. Carrie was pretty. She would get along allright, but where would he be?
3.  "Well, how goes it, Caddie?" he said.
4.  "Yes, she is," she returned, cheerfully, a little suggestion ofpossible defect in herself awakening in her mind. If that was sofine, she must look at it more closely. Instinctively, she felta desire to imitate it. Surely she could do that too.
5.  Accompanying this plan came skimpiness.
6.  "Well, you can go out to the flat then, that's all right. Youdon't need to stay in the room. Just take it and leave yourthings there."


1.  A man of Hurstwood's age and temperament is not subject to theillusions and burning desires of youth, but neither has he thestrength of hope which gushes as a fountain in the heart ofyouth. Such an atmosphere could not incite in him the cravingsof a boy of eighteen, but in so far as they were excited, thelack of hope made them proportionately bitter. He could not failto notice the signs of affluence and luxury on every hand. Hehad been to New York before and knew the resources of its folly.In part it was an awesome place to him, for here gathered allthat he most respected on this earth--wealth, place, and fame.The majority of the celebrities with whom he had tipped glassesin his day as manager hailed from this self-centred and populousspot. The most inviting stories of pleasure and luxury had beentold of places and individuals here. He knew it to be true thatunconsciously he was brushing elbows with fortune the livelongday; that a hundred or five hundred thousand gave no one theprivilege of living more than comfortably in so wealthy a place.Fashion and pomp required more ample sums, so that the poor manwas nowhere. All this he realised, now quite sharply, as hefaced the city, cut off from his friends, despoiled of his modestfortune, and even his name, and forced to begin the battle forplace and comfort all over again. He was not old, but he was notso dull but that he could feel he soon would be. Of a sudden,then, this show of fine clothes, place, and power took onpeculiar significance. It was emphasised by contrast with hisown distressing state.
2.  "Maitland! Maitland!" he called once.
3.  Timid as Carrie was, she was strong in capability. The relianceof others made her feel as if she must, and when she must shedared. Experience of the world and of necessity was in herfavour. No longer the lightest word of a man made her headdizzy. She had learned that men could change and fail. Flatteryin its most palpable form had lost its force with her. Itrequired superiority--kindly superiority--to move her--thesuperiority of a genius like Ames.
4.  "All right, now. Hurry right back."
5.  "So you can stay here and trifle around with some one else?" sheexclaimed, turning to him a determined countenance upon which wasdrawn a sharp and wrathful sneer.
6.  "Tell me," he said, softly, "that you love me."


1.  It went this way on every occasion. Drouet did not leave hermuch alone. She had time for some lone wanderings, but mostly hefilled her hours with sight-seeing. At Carson, Pirie's he boughther a nice skirt and shirt waist. With his money she purchasedthe little necessaries of toilet, until at last she looked quiteanother maiden. The mirror convinced her of a few things whichshe had long believed. She was pretty, yes, indeed! How niceher hat set, and weren't her eyes pretty. She caught her littlered lip with her teeth and felt her first thrill of power.Drouet was so good.
2.  Hurstwood paid some little attention to this. Somehow, he felt alittle superior to these two--a little better off. To him thesewere ignorant and commonplace, poor sheep in a driver's hand.
3.  "I've been talking with a wholesale liquor company," he said. "Imay go on the road."
4.  Carrie did not answer this at all. It hurt her.
5.   "Don't show any more interest in me than you ever have,"Hurstwood counselled concerning the evening at the theatre.
6.  "You haven't anything on hand for the night, have you?" addedHurstwood.


1.  "Is it?" said Hurstwood.
2.  "Oh, I'll help you," said Carrie, feeling quite hardhearted atthus forcing him to humbly appeal, and yet her desire for thebenefit of her earnings wrung a faint protest from her.
3.  "I came out here to-day," he went on, solemnly, "to tell you justhow I feel--to see if you wouldn't listen to me."
4、  "And you don't know when he'll go away?" asked Hurstwood,quietly.
5、  "How are you getting along?" he would blandly inquire.




  • 储和平 08-04

      Then he went back to his paper.

  • 郑国章 08-04

      "All right," said Carrie.

  • 罗宾-莱特 08-04

       "Do you mind carrying my account until the end of every week?"

  • 王黎娜 08-04

      "Supposing, then, you just sign this."

  • 刘滨 08-03

    {  She was completely restored and delighted by his consideration,but she made him promise not to come around.

  • 向红山 08-02

      The firm of Speigelheim & Co., makers of boys' caps, occupied onefloor of the building, fifty feet in width and some eighty feetin depth. It was a place rather dingily lighted, the darkestportions having incandescent lights, filled with machines andwork benches. At the latter laboured quite a company of girlsand some men. The former were drabby-looking creatures, stainedin face with oil and dust, clad in thin, shapeless, cottondresses and shod with more or less worn shoes. Many of them hadtheir sleeves rolled up, revealing bare arms, and in some cases,owing to the heat, their dresses were open at the neck. Theywere a fair type of nearly the lowest order of shop-girls--careless, slouchy, and more or less pale from confinement. Theywere not timid, however; were rich in curiosity, and strong indaring and slang.}

  • 杨瑞祥 08-02

      "He must have lots of money, the way he talks," observed Lola."That's what they all say," said Carrie, innocently.

  • 王会聪 08-02

      In a little while their old thoughts returned to both.

  • 朱鸿召 08-01

       "There you are," he said.

  • 郭军答 07-30

    {  "I wouldn't ask if I--I wouldn't argue with you if I could helpit. Look at me, Carrie. Put yourself in my place. You don'twant to stay away from me, do you?"

  • 杨坤楞 07-30

      "Look out, Kitty," called another, "you'll jar your back hair."