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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  There were no immediate results to this awakening, for Carrie hadlittle power of initiative; but, nevertheless, she seemed evercapable of getting herself into the tide of change where shewould be easily borne along. Hurstwood noticed nothing. He hadbeen unconscious of the marked contrasts which Carrie hadobserved.
2.  Idleness, however, and the sight of the company, backed by thepolice, triumphing, angered the men. They saw that each day morecars were going on, each day more declarations were being made bythe company officials that the effective opposition of thestrikers was broken. This put desperate thoughts in the minds ofthe men. Peaceful methods meant, they saw, that the companieswould soon run all their cars and those who had complained wouldbe forgotten. There was nothing so helpful to the companies aspeaceful methods.All at once they blazed forth, and for a week there was storm andstress. Cars were assailed, men attacked, policemen struggledwith, tracks torn up, and shots fired, until at last streetfights and mob movements became frequent, and the city wasinvested with militia.
3.  "I've nothing to do with it. You'll have to ask inside."
4.  "You knew she might," said Carrie. "I told you she said she wascoming. I've asked you a dozen times to wear your other clothes.Oh, I think this is just terrible."
5.  "It isn't very difficult," returned Hurstwood. "You could dovery well in a few weeks."
6.  "I tried, didn't I?"


1.  The next act, however, settled what was to be done. Carrie wasthe chief feature of the play. The audience, the more it studiedher, the more it indicated its delight. Every other featurepaled beside the quaint, teasing, delightful atmosphere whichCarrie contributed while on the stage. Manager and companyrealised she had made a hit.
2.  Nothing came of this incident at the time, for the truth is itdid not seem conclusive enough to warrant any discussion. Onlythe atmosphere of distrust and ill-feeling was strengthened,precipitating every now and then little sprinklings of irritableconversation, enlivened by flashes of wrath. The matter of theWaukesha outing was merely a continuation of other things of thesame nature.
3.  "You're to give this man something to eat," he observed to thecook.
4.  "Supposing you get 'em and take 'em out to dinner?"
5.  "What did you lie to me for, then?" she asked, fiercely. "Whatdid you force me to run away with you for?"
6.  At last the final day came. When it actually arrived, Hurstwood,who had got his mind into such a state where a thunderclap andraging storm would have seemed highly appropriate, was ratherrelieved to find that it was a plain, ordinary day. The sunshone, the temperature was pleasant. He felt, as he came to thebreakfast table, that it wasn't so terrible, after all.


1.  He would find out what she needed and order.
2.  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.
3.  She had had no experience with this class of individualswhatsoever, and did not know the salacity and humour of thetheatrical tribe. She only knew of the position which Mr. Haleoccupied, but, of all things, she did not wish to encounter thatpersonage, on account of her intimacy with his wife.
4.  By the evening of the 16th the subtle hand of Hurstwood had madeitself apparent. He had given the word among his friends--andthey were many and influential--that here was something whichthey ought to attend, and, as a consequence, the sale of ticketsby Mr. Quincel, acting for the lodge, had been large. Smallfour-line notes had appeared in all of the daily newspapers.These he had arranged for by the aid of one of his newspaperfriends on the "Times," Mr. Harry McGarren, the managing editor.
5.   "Well," said Drouet at last, "we had better be going."
6.  "Did George get off?" asked Jessica of her mother another day,thus revealing something that Hurstwood had heard nothing about.


1.  "Own to it, dear," he said, feelingly; "you do, don't you?"
2.  It got to where Hurstwood had seventy-five dollars up. The otherman really became serious. Perhaps this individual (Hurstwood)really did have a stiff hand.
3.  She did not run away, as she might have done. She did notterminate the interview, but he drifted off into a pleasant fieldof thought with the readiest grace. Not long after he rose togo, and she felt that he was in power."You mustn't feel bad," he said, kindly; "things will straightenout in the course of time."
4、  In a little while their old thoughts returned to both.
5、  On her spiritual side, also, she was rich in feeling, as such anature well might be. Sorrow in her was aroused by many aspectacle--an uncritical upwelling of grief for the weak and thehelpless. She was constantly pained by the sight of the white-faced, ragged men who slopped desperately by her in a sort ofwretched mental stupor. The poorly clad girls who went blowingby her window evenings, hurrying home from some of the shops ofthe West Side, she pitied from the depths of her heart. Shewould stand and bite her lips as they passed, shaking her littlehead and wondering. They had so little, she thought. It was sosad to be ragged and poor. The hang of faded clothes pained hereyes.




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      "Isn't your home in New York?" she asked of Lola one day.

  • 康志斌 08-04

      "All right, my dear," said Mrs. Hurstwood. "Don't be gone long."

  • 乔托迪亚 08-04

       "Drouet is a good fellow," Hurstwood thought to himself as hewent back into his office, "but he's no man for Carrie."

  • 李虎 08-04

      It was the same sort of pilgrimage he had made before. One ortwo slight rebuffs, and the bravado disappeared.

  • 宋娅 08-03

    {  "Well, keep your mouth still then. Now, all together again."

  • 崇正义 08-02

      "They're foolish to strike in this sort of weather," he thoughtto himself. "Let 'em win if they can, though."}

  • 严铧 08-02

      "Why do you feel so bad about that affair of this morning? hesaid, at last. "We needn't quarrel about that. You know you cango to Waukesha if you want to."

  • 韩熙庭 08-02

      He sat down in a rocking-chair to think the better, drawing upone leg on his knee and frowning mightily. His mind ran on at agreat rate.

  • 崔健 08-01

       He led the way through dark, box-lined aisles which had the smellof new shoes, until they came to an iron door which opened intothe factory proper. There was a large, low-ceiled room, withclacking, rattling machines at which men in white shirt sleevesand blue gingham aprons were working. She followed himdiffidently through the clattering automatons, keeping her eyesstraight before her, and flushing slightly. They crossed to a farcorner and took an elevator to the sixth floor. Out of the arrayof machines and benches, Mr. Brown signalled a foreman.

  • 方干 07-30

    {  On such occasions, his money went also. He knew of several pokerrooms down town. A few acquaintances he had in downtown resortsand about the City Hall. It was a change to see them andexchange a few friendly commonplaces.

  • 葛萌 07-30

      "What is it?" said the manager to Carrie, apparently noticing herfor the first time. He thought he was going to be held up forfree tickets.