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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Carrie turned her face to the west with a subdued heart. As sheturned the corner, she saw through the great shiny window thesmall desk at which she had applied. There were the crowds,hurrying with the same buzz and energy-yielding enthusiasm. Shefelt a slight relief, but it was only at her escape. She feltashamed in the face of better dressed girls who went by. Shefelt as though she should be better served, and her heartrevolted.
2.  "To-morrow," he said, "you come down here and buy yourself askirt."
3.  Now he looked up in her face, for she was standing a moment,while he sat.
4.  "Yes," said Minnie; "she said she wasn't going to do it anymore."
5.  "How I'd like to go there. I crossed Halstead Street to-day,didn't I?"
6.  "I couldn't get anything else," said Carrie frankly.


1.  Thus crowded fortune. For this whole week, though her largesalary had not yet arrived, it was as if the world understood andtrusted her. Without money--or the requisite sum, at least--sheenjoyed the luxuries which money could buy. For her the doors offine places seemed to open quite without the asking. Thesepalatial chambers, how marvellously they came to her. Theelegant apartments of Mrs. Vance in the Chelsea--these were hers.Men sent flowers, love notes, offers of fortune. And still herdreams ran riot. The one hundred and fifty! the one hundred andfifty! What a door to an Aladdin's cave it seemed to be. Eachday, her head almost turned by developments, her fancies of whather fortune must be, with ample money, grew and multiplied. Sheconceived of delights which were not--saw lights of joy thatnever were on land or sea. Then, at last, after a world ofanticipation, came her first installment of one hundred and fiftydollars.
2.  "Come down, pardner, and be a man. Don't fight the poor. Leavethat to the corporations."
3.  "He's an old friend," he went on, getting deeper into the mire.
4.  "Do you think," he said, after a few moments' silence, "thatyou'll try and get on the stage?"
5.  The speaker paused.
6.  Fitting into this came another appeal from Miss Osborne, moreurgent than ever.


1.  "They always had as much as I had," he thought.
2.  Into this important commercial region the timid Carrie went. Shewalked east along Van Buren Street through a region of lesseningimportance, until it deteriorated into a mass of shanties andcoal-yards, and finally verged upon the river. She walkedbravely forward, led by an honest desire to find employment anddelayed at every step by the interest of the unfolding scene, anda sense of helplessness amid so much evidence of power and forcewhich she did not understand. These vast buildings, what werethey? These strange energies and huge interests, for whatpurposes were they there? She could have understood the meaningof a little stone-cutter's yard at Columbia City, carving littlepieces of marble for individual use, but when the yards of somehuge stone corporation came into view, filled with spur tracksand flat cars, transpierced by docks from the river and traversedoverhead by immense trundling cranes of wood and steel, it lostall significance in her little world.
3.  "That's it," he said; "that's a fine play. It will go all right.You ought to make a lot of money out of that."
4.  "Don't kick, old man," remarked the manager. "If it don't go thefirst week we will cut it out."
5.   As in Chicago, she was seized with stage fright as the very firstentrance of the ballet approached, but later she recovered. Theapparent and painful insignificance of the part took fear awayfrom her. She felt that she was so obscure it did not matter.Fortunately, she did not have to wear tights. A group of twelvewere assigned pretty golden-hued skirts which came only to a lineabout an inch above the knee. Carrie happened to be one of thetwelve.
6.  For all her acquiescence, there was something about the wayHurstwood spoke which reminded Carrie of Drouet and his littledeal which he was always about to put through. It was only thethought of a second, but it was a beginning. It was somethingnew in her thinking of Hurstwood.


1.  Carrie walked with an air equal to that of Mrs. Vance, andaccepted the seat which the head waiter provided for her. Shewas keenly aware of all the little things that were done--thelittle genuflections and attentions of the waiters and headwaiter which Americans pay for. The air with which the latterpulled out each chair, and the wave of the hand with which hemotioned them to be seated, were worth several dollars inthemselves.
2.  Such little arguments were all too frequent, the result of agrowth of natures which were largely independent and selfish.George, Jr., manifested even greater touchiness and exaggerationin the matter of his individual rights, and attempted to make allfeel that he was a man with a man's privileges--an assumptionwhich, of all things, is most groundless and pointless in a youthof nineteen.
3.  There is a more subtle result of such a situation as this, which,though not always taken into account, produces the tragedies ofthe world. The great create an atmosphere which reacts badlyupon the small. This atmosphere is easily and quickly felt.Walk among the magnificent residences, the splendid equipages,the gilded shops, restaurants, resorts of all kinds; scent theflowers, the silks, the wines; drink of the laughter springingfrom the soul of luxurious content, of the glances which gleamlike light from defiant spears; feel the quality of the smileswhich cut like glistening swords and of strides born of place,and you shall know of what is the atmosphere of the high andmighty. Little use to argue that of such is not the kingdom ofgreatness, but so long as the world is attracted by this and thehuman heart views this as the one desirable realm which it mustattain, so long, to that heart, will this remain the realm ofgreatness. So long, also, will the atmosphere of this realm workits desperate results in the soul of man. It is like a chemicalreagent. One day of it, like one drop of the other, will soaffect and discolour the views, the aims, the desire of the mind,that it will thereafter remain forever dyed. A day of it to theuntried mind is like opium to the untried body. A craving is setup which, if gratified, shall eternally result in dreams anddeath. Aye! dreams unfulfilled--gnawing, luring, idle phantomswhich beckon and lead, beckon and lead, until death anddissolution dissolve their power and restore us blind to nature'sheart.
4、  "That was just something for evening wear," returned his wifecomplacently.
5、  "It's funny how anxious these women are to get on the stage."




  • 杨玉环 08-06

      "Laid up, they say," exclaimed Drouet. "Say, he's a gouty oldboy!"

  • 张怡 08-06

      "Now," he said, joyously, his fine eyes ablaze, "you're my owngirl, aren't you?"

  • 章彬 08-06

       "You," he said, "show this girl how to do what you're doing.When you get through, come to me."

  • 何宣平 08-06

      "What put that idea in your head?"

  • 范毅 08-05

    {  "Wife here?"

  • 董志平 08-04

      On the fourth day, however, it cleared, and he read that thestorm was over. Now, however, he idled, thinking how sloppy thestreets would be.}

  • 关颖 08-04

      "Why don't you tell me what's the matter with you?" she asked,hardly knowing what to do. "Where are you living?"

  • 孙德坤 08-04

      "I'm glad winter's over."

  • 吴某金 08-03

       The Boulevard at that time was little more than a country road.The part he intended showing her was much farther out on thissame West Side, where there was scarcely a house. It connectedDouglas Park with Washington or South Park, and was nothing morethan a neatly MADE road, running due south for some five milesover an open, grassy prairie, and then due east over the samekind of prairie for the same distance. There was not a house tobe encountered anywhere along the larger part of the route, andany conversation would be pleasantly free of interruption.

  • 庞某告 08-01

    {  "Out where?" inquired Hurstwood.

  • 梁某某 08-01

      "Let's go to the matinee this afternoon," said Mrs. Vance, whohad stepped across into Carrie's flat one morning, still arrayedin a soft pink dressing-gown, which she had donned upon rising.Hurstwood and Vance had gone their separate ways nearly an hourbefore.