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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Did I ask you to?" she returned.
2.  Reluctantly Drouet gave up the bright table and followed. He sawher to the elevator and, standing there, said:
3.  "Oh, I don't know," she would reply, feeling delight in the factthat one should think so, hesitating to believe, though shereally did, that she was vain enough to think so much of herself.
4.  Carrie looked at him tenderly. She could have laid her head uponhis shoulder, so delightful did it all seem."Well," she said, "I'll try and get ready then."
5.  "And whose fault is that?" she said, easily.
6.  "When will he be in?" asked Carrie, somewhat relieved by thisinformation.


1.  "Do you really look for anything when you go out?" she askedHurstwood one morning as a climax to some painful thoughts of herown.
2.  "Never mind what you were just. Keep your ears open."
3.  At home was Hurstwood, daily giving her cause for thought. Heseemed to get nothing to do, and yet he made bold to inquire howshe was getting along. The regularity with which he did thissmacked of some one who was waiting to live upon her labour. Nowthat she had a visible means of support, this irritated her. Heseemed to be depending upon her little twelve dollars.
4.  She hastened around to the side entrance and was taken up by theelevator to the fourth floor.
5.  "Cue," said the prompter, close to her side, but she did nothear. Already she was moving forward with a steady grace, bornof inspiration. She dawned upon the audience, handsome andproud, shifting, with the necessity of the situation, to a cold,white, helpless object, as the social pack moved away from herscornfully.
6.  That night the pretty little flat seemed a commonplace thing. Itwas not what the rest of the world was enjoying. She saw theservant working at dinner with an indifferent eye. In her mindwere running scenes of the play. Particularly she remembered onebeautiful actress--the sweetheart who had been wooed and won.The grace of this woman had won Carrie's heart. Her dresses hadbeen all that art could suggest, her sufferings had been so real.The anguish which she had portrayed Carrie could feel. It wasdone as she was sure she could do it. There were places in whichshe could even do better. Hence she repeated the lines toherself. Oh, if she could only have such a part, how broad wouldbe her life! She, too, could act appealingly.


1.  For the first time in years the thought that he must count theselittle expenses flashed through his mind. It was a disagreeablething.
2.  "To make it good, of course," she answered.
3.  "I don't know," he said solemnly; "I can try."
4.  "What good will it do?" he asked, holding the same strain offeeling.
5.   The third night she went to her front bed without apologies.


1.  "That isn't a good house," said Drouet. "You don't want to workat anything like that, anyhow."
2.  At every first adventure, then, into some untried evil, the mindwavers. The clock of thought ticks out its wish and its denial.To those who have never experienced such a mental dilemma, thefollowing will appeal on the simple ground of revelation.
3.  They went through Monroe Street to the old Windsor dining-room,which was then a large, comfortable place, with an excellentcuisine and substantial service. Drouet selected a table close bythe window, where the busy rout of the street could be seen. Heloved the changing panorama of the street--to see and be seen ashe dined.
4、  Carrie observed his ease with some misgiving. For all the furyof the storm she doubted his comfort. He took his situation toophilosophically.
5、  The little actress was in fine feather. She was realising nowwhat it was to be petted. For once she was the admired, thesought-for. The independence of success now made its first faintshowing. With the tables turned, she was looking down, ratherthan up, to her lover. She did not fully realise that this wasso, but there was something in condescension coming from herwhich was infinitely sweet. When she was ready they climbed intothe waiting coach and drove down town; once, only, did she findan opportunity to express her feeling, and that was when themanager preceded Drouet in the coach and sat beside her. BeforeDrouet was fully in she had squeezed Hurstwood's hand in agentle, impulsive manner. The manager was beside himself withaffection. He could have sold his soul to be with her alone."Ah," he thought, "the agony of it."




  • 孙允高 08-06

      For her part, Carrie had experienced a world of fancy and feelingsince she had left him, the night before. She had listened toDrouet's enthusiastic maunderings with much regard for that partwhich concerned herself, with very little for that which affectedhis own gain. She kept him at such lengths as she could, becauseher thoughts were with her own triumph. She felt Hurstwood'spassion as a delightful background to her own achievement, andshe wondered what he would have to say. She was sorry for him,too, with that peculiar sorrow which finds somethingcomplimentary to itself in the misery of another. She was nowexperiencing the first shades of feeling of that subtle changewhich removes one out of the ranks of the suppliants into thelines of the dispensers of charity. She was, all in all,exceedingly happy.

  • 葛义鹏 08-06

      Carrie owned to ignorance.

  • 盖冈 08-06

       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.

  • 周林花 08-06

      "Why don't you do it then? Don't go shuffling along as if youwere dead. I've got to have people with life in them."

  • 托乎提·买买提 08-05

    {  "You will have to write and ask him to see you."

  • 鲁道夫·华伦天奴 08-04

      "Are you paying room-rent where you are?"}

  • 张之光 08-04

      "Well," he said, as he came in from the hall in his workingclothes, and looked at Carrie through the dining-room door, "howdid you make out?"

  • 萨维德斯 08-04

      "I don't know," said the director. "I'm afraid he'll never pickup."

  • 秦怀金 08-03

       Carrie smiled and coloured slightly. He was so innocently frankwith her that she drew nearer in friendship. The old call of theideal was sounding.

  • 柯大为 08-01

    {  As a matter of fact she was, but only in such a way as furnishedthe least straw of an excuse. Miss Osborne and she had gone tothe office of the manager who was to produce the new opera at theBroadway and returned straight to the former's room, where theyhad been since three o'clock.

  • 史皇孙 08-01

      They peered eagerly at the door, where all must enter. A groceryman drove up and carried in several baskets of eatables. Thisstarted some words upon grocery men and the cost of food ingeneral.