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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Yes," she answered.
2.  Chapter VIII
3.  The tables were not so remarkable in themselves, and yet theimprint of Sherry upon the napery, the name of Tiffany upon thesilverware, the name of Haviland upon the china, and over all theglow of the small, red-shaded candelabra and the reflected tintsof the walls on garments and faces, made them seem remarkable.Each waiter added an air of exclusiveness and elegance by themanner in which he bowed, scraped, touched, and trifled withthings. The exclusively personal attention which he devoted toeach one, standing half bent, ear to one side, elbows akimbo,saying: "Soup--green turtle, yes. One portion, yes. Oysters--certainly--half-dozen--yes. Asparagus. Olives--yes."
4.  "Good-night!" said Drouet, as she rustled in.
5.  The firm in question was Alsbery & Co., whiskey brokers.
6.  "Well," he said, "what of it?"


1.  "I don't believe I want to play any more," said the youngest, ablack-haired beauty, turned supercilious by fortune, as shepushed a euchre hand away from her.
2.  Hurstwood did his best to see that Carrie won the money. Herejoiced in her success, kept counting her winnings, and finallygathered and put them in her extended hand. They spread a littlelunch, at which he served the wine, and afterwards he used finetact in going.
3.  "Yes," smiled Drouet, approaching and looking in at the door.
4.  She acknowledged that she had not.
5.  "Ain't they ever goin' to open up?" queried a hoarse voice,suggestively.
6.  "Scab!" he yelled. "Scab!"


1.  After the first rush of fright, however, the players got over thedanger of collapse. They rambled weakly forward, losing nearlyall the expression which was intended, and making the thing dullin the extreme, when Carrie came in.
2.  "Ha, ha," he exclaimed softly, as if to himself, "that's funny."
3.  "All that seven hundred dollars?" asked Carrie.
4.  Hurstwood was looking into the paper. He could not see the lookof infinite weariness and discontent Carrie gave him.
5.   "What!" said Carrie. "You don't mean to say he stole money, doyou?"
6.  "Would you mind coming to the box-office a few moments before youdress?" observed the manager, in addition. "There's a littlematter I want to speak to you about."


2.  "There's no use explaining to you about this," he said at last."There's no use of your asking me. I'm no fool, you know. Iknow just what you can do and what you can't. You can create alot of trouble if you want to. I know that all right, but itwon't help you to get the money. Now, I've made up my mind whatto do. I've already written Fitzgerald and Moy, so there'snothing I can say. You wait until you hear more from them."
3.  It was with weak knees and a slight catch in her breathing thatshe came up to the great shoe company at Adams and Fifth Avenueand entered the elevator. When she stepped out on the fourthfloor there was no one at hand, only great aisles of boxes piledto the ceiling. She stood, very much frightened, awaiting someone.
4、  Hurstwood listened to its progress, wondering when Carrie wouldcome on. He had not long to wait. The author had used theartifice of sending all the merry company for a drive, and nowCarrie came in alone. It was the first time that Hurstwood hadhad a chance to see her facing the audience quite alone, fornowhere else had she been without a foil of some sort. Hesuddenly felt, as she entered, that her old strength--the powerthat had grasped him at the end of the first act--had come back.She seemed to be gaining feeling, now that the play was drawingto a close and the opportunity for great action was passing.
5、  "Don't go and try to knock around now without any money. Let mehelp you," he said. "It's no easy thing to go on your own hookhere."




  • 桂子 08-04

      The contagion of thought here demonstrated itself. While Hansonreally came for bread, the thought dwelt with him that now hewould see what Carrie was doing. No sooner did he draw near herwith that in mind than she felt it. Of course, she had nounderstanding of what put it into her head, but, nevertheless, itaroused in her the first shade of real antipathy to him. Sheknew now that she did not like him. He was suspicious.

  • 霍思燕 08-04

      He smiled and went lightly away. Carrie was thoroughlyimpressed. She had never come in contact with such grace. Asfor Drouet, he was equally pleased.

  • 徐铭辛 08-04

       "Chicago is no place to get a start," he said. "You ought to bein New York."

  • 李仕 08-04

      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.

  • 姚文元 08-03

    {  "She's clever, though," said Drouet, casting off any imputationagainst Carrie's ability. "She picks up her part quick enough."

  • 陈倩 08-02

      Hurstwood was now fully aroused to the immediate difficulty, andceased to think of his own situation. He must do something withthis girl, or she would cause him trouble. He tried the art ofpersuasion with all his powers aroused.}

  • 罗琳·艾莉森 08-02

      Carrie nodded.

  • 梅子洲 08-02

      Hurstwood had come out of his own home that morning feeling muchof the same old annoyance. At his store he had idled, therebeing no need to write. He had come away to this place with thelightness of heart which characterises those who put wearinessbehind. Now, in the shade of this cool, green bush, he lookedabout him with the fancy of the lover. He heard the carts golumbering by upon the neighbouring streets, but they were faroff, and only buzzed upon his ear. The hum of the surroundingcity was faint, the clang of an occasional bell was as music. Helooked and dreamed a new dream of pleasure which concerned hispresent fixed condition not at all. He got back in fancy to theold Hurstwood, who was neither married nor fixed in a solidposition for life. He remembered the light spirit in which heonce looked after the girls--how he had danced, escorted themhome, hung over their gates. He almost wished he was back thereagain--here in this pleasant scene he felt as if he were whollyfree.

  • 武广高铁 08-01

       Once at home, she changed her clothes and straightened the roomsfor herself. In the matter of the arrangement of the furnitureshe never took the housemaid's opinion. That young womaninvariably put one of the rocking-chairs in the corner, andCarrie as regularly moved it out. To-day she hardly noticed thatit was in the wrong place, so absorbed was she in her ownthoughts. She worked about the room until Drouet put inappearance at five o'clock. The drummer was flushed and excitedand full of determination to know all about her relations withHurstwood. Nevertheless, after going over the subject in hismind the livelong day, he was rather weary of it and wished itover with. He did not foresee serious consequences of any sort,and yet he rather hesitated to begin. Carrie was sitting by thewindow when he came in, rocking and looking out."Well," she said innocently, weary of her own mental discussionand wondering at his haste and ill-concealed excitement, "whatmakes you hurry so?"

  • 刘剑英 07-30

    {  He thought of the hotels, but instantly he remembered that he hadhad no experience as a clerk, and, what was more important, noacquaintances or friends in that line to whom he could go. Hedid know some hotel owners in several cities, including New York,but they knew of his dealings with Fitzgerald and Moy. He couldnot apply to them. He thought of other lines suggested by largebuildings or businesses which he knew of--wholesale groceries,hardware, insurance concerns, and the like--but he had had noexperience.

  • 朱莉·毕晓普 07-30

      "Explain," said Mr. Bamberger, giving a modified imitation.