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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No, it's your wife. She brings me luck. Why shouldn't shewin?"
2.  "Well, a man ought to be more attentive than that to his wife ifhe wants to keep her."
3.  "She's going along with me this time," said Drouet.
4.  Fulfilling her part capably brought another notice in the papersthat she was doing her work acceptably. This pleased herimmensely. She began to think the world was taking note of her.
5.  "Well," she said, "here's the money," and emptied it out on thetable. "I haven't got quite enough to pay it all. If they canwait until Saturday, though, I'll have some more."
6.  At the same time Hurstwood kept himself wholly in the background.The members of Custer Lodge could scarcely understand why theirlittle affair was taking so well. Mr. Harry Quincel was lookedupon as quite a star for this sort of work.


1.  On the first Saturday night Carrie paid her board, four dollars.Minnie had a quaver of conscience as she took it, but did notknow how to explain to Hanson if she took less. That worthy gaveup just four dollars less toward the household expenses with asmile of satisfaction. He contemplated increasing his Buildingand Loan payments. As for Carrie, she studied over the problemof finding clothes and amusement on fifty cents a week. Shebrooded over this until she was in a state of mental rebellion.
2.  "Come with me in here a minute," she exclaimed, turning into astore.
3.  "There's another wants to try it," said Officer Kiely to OfficerMacey.
4.  Carrie went with her to apply to another manager.
6.  "It doesn't say what the new man's going to do with it," remarkedHurstwood, looking back to the paper.


1.  "No, I wasn't," he answered.
2.  "I don't see how we ran up such a bill as that," said Carrie.
3.  "Anyhow," said Carrie, "I shouldn't want to get married as longas he is here. I wouldn't want to run away."
4.  She stood up from her stool and worked that way for a while, butit was a more difficult position. Her neck and shoulders achedin bending over.
5.   Carrie looked at him quietly. She was wondering whether he tookher to be a millionaire.
6.  Hurstwood was arraying himself in one of his perfection vestsbefore the glass at the time.


1.  She had forgotten, in considering and explaining the result ofher day, that Drouet might come. Now, when she saw howunreceptive these two people were, she hoped he would not. Shedid not know exactly what she would do or how she would explainto Drouet, if he came. After supper she changed her clothes.When she was trimly dressed she was rather a sweet little being,with large eyes and a sad mouth. Her face expressed the mingledexpectancy, dissatisfaction, and depression she felt. Shewandered about after the dishes were put away, talked a littlewith Minnie, and then decided to go down and stand in the door atthe foot of the stairs. If Drouet came, she could meet him there.Her face took on the semblance of a look of happiness as she puton her hat to go below.
2.  "Well, sit down over there."
3.  To be sure there was always the next station, where one mightdescend and return. There was the great city, bound more closelyby these very trains which came up daily. Columbia City was notso very far away, even once she was in Chicago. What, pray, is afew hours--a few hundred miles? She looked at the little slipbearing her sister's address and wondered. She gazed at thegreen landscape, now passing in swift review, until her swifterthoughts replaced its impression with vague conjectures of whatChicago might be.
4、  "Um," he replied, for want of something better, and walked on.
5、  "How odd," said Carrie, warm with delight. This was what herheart craved.




  • 王斌领 08-06

      Carrie had noticed the appearance of gayety and pleasure-seekingin the streets which they were following. Coaches were numerous,pedestrians many, and in Fifty-ninth Street the street cars werecrowded. At Fifty-ninth Street and Fifth Avenue a blaze oflights from several new hotels which bordered the Plaza Squaregave a suggestion of sumptuous hotel life. Fifth Avenue, thehome of the wealthy, was noticeably crowded with carriages, andgentlemen in evening dress. At Sherry's an imposing doormanopened the coach door and helped them out. Young Ames heldCarrie's elbow as he helped her up the steps. They entered thelobby already swarming with patrons, and then, after divestingthemselves of their wraps, went into a sumptuous dining-room.

  • 白堤 08-06

      He was slightly depressed at the tenor of the note for the firstfew minutes, but soon recovered. "She wouldn't write at all ifshe didn't care for me."

  • 崔林波 08-06

       After dinner she went into the bathroom, where they could notdisturb her, and wrote a little note.

  • 徐根应 08-06

      "What's the use wearing my good ones around here?" he asked.

  • 单晓娟 08-05

    {  Jessica heard this last while walking out of the room, with atoss of her head and a flick of her pretty skirts indicative ofthe independence and indifference she felt. She did not proposeto be quarrelled with.

  • 蔡皓东 08-04

      "No," she answered; "I haven't, so far."}

  • 田霈 08-04

      "She oughtn't to be thinking about spending her money on theatresalready, do you think?" he said.

  • 蒋公 08-04

      It surprised her that he should speak of disposition. Was she,then, so clearly in his mind?

  • 古庄幸 08-03

       She looked at him consciously, expecting something else.

  • 马庆伟 08-01

    {  "You have, eh?" she answered. "You've deceived me--that's whatyou've done. You've brought your old friends out here underfalse pretences. You've made me out to be--Oh," and with thisher voice broke and she pressed her two little hands togethertragically.

  • 杰弗里普尔 08-01

      Carrie looked at him in astonishment.