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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  On the stage, six of the characters had already appeared in theopening parlour scene. Drouet and Hurstwood saw at a glance thatCarrie was not among them, and went on talking in a whisper.Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Hoagland, and the actor who had takenBamberger's part were representing the principal roles in thisscene. The professional, whose name was Patton, had little torecommend him outside of his assurance, but this at the presentmoment was most palpably needed. Mrs. Morgan, as Pearl, wasstiff with fright. Mrs. Hoagland was husky in the throat. Thewhole company was so weak-kneed that the lines were merelyspoken, and nothing more. It took all the hope and uncriticalgood-nature of the audience to keep from manifesting pity by thatunrest which is the agony of failure.
2.  "How much are you going to get?" asked Miss Osborne, on hearingthe good news.
3.  In time she began to feel that a change had come about, and thatshe was not in his confidence. He was evidently secretive andkept his own counsel. She found herself asking him questionsabout little things. This is a disagreeable state to a woman.Great love makes it seem reasonable, sometimes plausible, butnever satisfactory. Where great love is not, a more definite andless satisfactory conclusion is reached.
4.  The fellow shook his head irritably.
5.  "Yet, what have I got to do with it?" she thought. "Oh, whyshould I be made to worry?"
6.  Chapter XXXIII


1.  "That's her, all right, I guess," he said.
2.  "On Wednesday," he replied.
3.  Now he began leisurely to take off his clothes, but stopped firstwith his coat, and tucked it along the crack under the door. Hisvest he arranged in the same place. His old wet, cracked hat helaid softly upon the table. Then he pulled off his shoes and laydown.
4.  In a few more minutes it fell to her to read the letter sent inby the strange villain. The audience had been slightly divertedby a conversation between the professional actor and a charactercalled Snorky, impersonated by a short little American, whoreally developed some humour as a half-crazed, one-armed soldier,turned messenger for a living. He bawled his lines out with suchdefiance that, while they really did not partake of the humourintended, they were funny. Now he was off, however, and it wasback to pathos, with Carrie as the chief figure. She did notrecover. She wandered through the whole scene between herselfand the intruding villain, straining the patience of theaudience, and finally exiting, much to their relief.
5.  Chapter XXVIII
6.  Carrie in her rooms that evening was in a fine glow, physicallyand mentally. She was deeply rejoicing in her affection forHurstwood and his love, and looked forward with fine fancy totheir next meeting Sunday night. They had agreed, without anyfeeling of enforced secrecy, that she should come down town andmeet him, though, after all, the need of it was the cause.


1.  "Yes, you pay the rent," said Carrie. "You talk as if there wasnothing else in the world but a flat to sit around in. Youhaven't done a thing for three months except sit around andinterfere here. I'd like to know what you married me for?"
2.  "We'll have an argument, maybe," said the other.
3.  "Yes," she answered.
4.  "Did you? Well, I guess. Didn't you hear the applause?"
5.   After breakfast, he immediately got his other clothes.
6.  As the curtain for the next act arose, Drouet came back. He wasvery much enlivened in temper and inclined to whisper, butHurstwood pretended interest. He fixed his eyes on the stage,although Carrie was not there, a short bit of melodramatic comedypreceding her entrance. He did not see what was going on,however. He was thinking his own thoughts, and they werewretched.


1.  "Take me to the Belford," he said, knowing it to be lessfrequented by those whom he knew. Then he sat down.
2.  Carrie sat still, looking out. She was wondering what she coulddo. They would be expecting her to go home this week.
3.  "We owe the milkman sixty cents," added Hurstwood.
4、  This white column consisted of some twenty girls, all in snow-white flannel trimmed with silver and blue. Its leader was moststunningly arrayed in the same colours, elaborated, however, withepaulets and a belt of silver, with a short sword dangling at oneside. Carrie was fitted for this costume, and a few days laterappeared, proud of her new laurels. She was especially gratifiedto find that her salary was now eighteen instead of twelve.
5、  "Uh!" she said, using the sound as an exclamation of disgust,"I'll not argue with you," and therewith arose to leave thetable.




  • 洪文安 08-04

      "Oh, oh," she said, "she doesn't know what she has done."

  • 李倩倩 08-04

      This confused Carrie considerably, for she realised the flood-gates were open. She didn't know exactly what to answer."I don't know," she answered.

  • 布沙尔 08-04

       "Why, yes, didn't you know that? Why, he's manager of the GrandOpera House."

  • 明熹宗 08-04

      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.

  • 李颖 08-03

    {  The bath was a handsome affair, done in white enamel, with alarge, blue-bordered stone tub and nickel trimmings. It wasbright and commodious, with a bevelled mirror set in the wall atone end and incandescent lights arranged in three places.

  • 黄兹志 08-02

      "'Tis a foine couple," he observed to himself. "They must berich."}

  • 杜恒才 08-02

      "How do people get on the stage, George?" she finally asked,innocently.

  • 张承祖 08-02

      "It's fine to be a good actress," came distinctly back.

  • 胡伟 08-01

       "Oh, let up," he answered.

  • 任福 07-30

    {  The lack of feeling in the thing was ridiculous. Carrie did notget it at all. She seemed to be talking in her sleep. It lookedas if she were certain to be a wretched failure. She was morehopeless than Mrs. Morgan, who had recovered somewhat, and wasnow saying her lines clearly at least. Drouet looked away fromthe stage at the audience. The latter held out silently, hopingfor a general change, of course. Hurstwood fixed his eye onCarrie, as if to hypnotise her into doing better. He was pouringdetermination of his own in her direction. He felt sorry forher.

  • 王新龙 07-30

      "Oh, that's all right," answered the little girl, good-naturedly,glad to be of service.It had been days since Hurstwood had done more than go to thegrocery or to the news-stand. Now the weariness of indoors wasupon him--had been for two days--but chill, grey weather had heldhim back. Friday broke fair and warm. It was one of thoselovely harbingers of spring, given as a sign in dreary winterthat earth is not forsaken of warmth and beauty. The blueheaven, holding its one golden orb, poured down a crystal wash ofwarm light. It was plain, from the voice of the sparrows, thatall was halcyon outside. Carrie raised the front windows, andfelt the south wind blowing.