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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Sitting in the lodging-house room, he came to his last fiftycents. He had saved and counted until his health was affected.His stoutness had gone. With it, even the semblance of a fit inhis clothes. Now he decided he must do something, and, walkingabout, saw another day go by, bringing him down to his lasttwenty cents--not enough to eat for the morrow.
2.  He made her take it. She felt bound to him by a strange tie ofaffection now. They went out, and he walked with her far outsouth toward Polk Street, talking.
3.  "Why don't you keep part of your money and buy yourself one?" shesuggested, worried over the situation which the withholding ofCarrie's money would create.
4.  "Are you paying room-rent where you are?"
5.  Carrie looked at him, and gathered from his whole demeanour whatit meant. It was serious, very serious.
6.  "Not a bit."


1.  "Do you think he will?" she asked.
2.  The effect of the city and his own situation on Hurstwood wasparalleled in the case of Carrie, who accepted the things whichfortune provided with the most genial good-nature. New York,despite her first expression of disapproval, soon interested herexceedingly. Its clear atmosphere, more populous thoroughfares,and peculiar indifference struck her forcibly. She had neverseen such a little flat as hers, and yet it soon enlisted heraffection. The new furniture made an excellent showing, thesideboard which Hurstwood himself arranged gleamed brightly. Thefurniture for each room was appropriate, and in the so-calledparlour, or front room, was installed a piano, because Carriesaid she would like to learn to play. She kept a servant anddeveloped rapidly in household tactics and information. For thefirst time in her life she felt settled, and somewhat justifiedin the eyes of society as she conceived of it. Her thoughts weremerry and innocent enough. For a long while she concernedherself over the arrangement of New York flats, and wondered atten families living in one building and all remaining strange andindifferent to each other. She also marvelled at the whistles ofthe hundreds of vessels in the harbour--the long, low cries ofthe Sound steamers and ferry-boats when fog was on. The merefact that these things spoke from the sea made them wonderful.She looked much at what she could see of the Hudson from her westwindows and of the great city building up rapidly on either hand.It was much to ponder over, and sufficed to entertain her formore than a year without becoming stale.
3.  "She's too gay," said Hurstwood, significantly. "No one can keepup with her pace unless they've got a lot of money."
4.  Hurstwood was charmed by the development of the fact that thegirl had capabilities. There is nothing so inspiring in life asthe sight of a legitimate ambition, no matter how incipient. Itgives colour, force, and beauty to the possessor.
5.  "And you can't remember what the part is like?"
6.  Oh, the tangle of human life! How dimly as yet we see. Here wasCarrie, in the beginning poor, unsophisticated. emotional;responding with desire to everything most lovely in life, yetfinding herself turned as by a wall. Laws to say: "Be allured,if you will, by everything lovely, but draw not nigh unless byrighteousness." Convention to say: "You shall not better yoursituation save by honest labour." If honest labour beunremunerative and difficult to endure; if it be the long, longroad which never reaches beauty, but wearies the feet and theheart; if the drag to follow beauty be such that one abandons theadmired way, taking rather the despised path leading to herdreams quickly, who shall cast the first stone? Not evil, butlonging for that which is better, more often directs the steps ofthe erring. Not evil, but goodness more often allures thefeeling mind unused to reason.


1.  "Well, I'm going to be there several weeks. I'm going to studystock at our place and get new samples. I might show you'round."
2.  At last Carrie's turn came. It was because of her extremeanxiety to do all that was required that brought on the trouble.
3.  With this loss and ordinary expenses, so much had already gone.
4.  For days this apparition was a drag on her soul before it beganto wear partially away. Drouet called again, but now he was noteven seen by her. His attentions seemed out of place.
5.   Ames was looking away rather abstractedly at the crowd and showedan interesting profile to Carrie. His forehead was high, hisnose rather large and strong, his chin moderately pleasing. Hehad a good, wide, well-shaped mouth, and his dark-brown hair wasparted slightly on one side. He seemed to have the least touchof boyishness to Carrie, and yet he was a man full grown.
6.  "I'll fix this," exclaimed Drouet. "Sst! waiter."


1.  This little experience settled her hunting for one day. Shelooked around elsewhere, but it was from the outside. She gotthe location of several playhouses fixed in her mind--notably theGrand Opera House and McVickar's, both of which were leading inattractions--and then came away. Her spirits were materiallyreduced, owing to the newly restored sense of magnitude of thegreat interests and the insignificance of her claims uponsociety, such as she understood them to be.
2.  "Isn't it bad?" she observed to Lola.
3.  "What has become of your friend, Mr. Hurstwood?" she suddenlyasked, bethinking herself of the manager, who, from her ownobservation, seemed to contain promising material.
4、  Hurstwood breathed heavily in excitement and jumped down with thenervous conductor as if he had been called.
5、  "Do look here," she remarked to Lola. "See what this man says:'If you will only deign to grant me one half-hour,'" sherepeated, with an imitation of languor. "The idea. Aren't mensilly?"




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