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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  He was thinking all the time that the subject of his desire wasbeing delayed. He was anxious to turn the talk to his ownfeelings. All was ripe for it. His Carrie was beside him. Hewanted to plunge in and expostulate with her, and yet he foundhimself fishing for words and feeling for a way.
2.  "You take this to this address," he said, handing him theenvelope, "and give it to Mrs. Hurstwood."
3.  After a while, Hurstwood said:
4.  To add to his misery there was no word from Carrie. He was quitecertain now that she knew he was married and was angered at hisperfidy. His loss seemed all the more bitter now that he neededher most. He thought he would go out and insist on seeing her ifshe did not send him word of some sort soon. He was reallyaffected most miserably of all by this desertion. He had lovedher earnestly enough, but now that the possibility of losing herstared him in the face she seemed much more attractive. Hereally pined for a word, and looked out upon her with his mind'seye in the most wistful manner. He did not propose to lose her,whatever she might think. Come what might, he would adjust thismatter, and soon. He would go to her and tell her all his familycomplications. He would explain to her just where he stood andhow much he needed her. Surely she couldn't go back on him now?It wasn't possible. He would plead until her anger would melt--until she would forgive him.
5.  Now, as Carrie watched him out of the corner of her eye, certainsound thoughts came into her head. He had erred, true, but whathad she done? He was kindly and good-natured for all his egotism.Throughout this argument he had said nothing very harsh. On theother hand, there was Hurstwood--a greater deceiver than he. Hehad pretended all this affection, all this passion, and he waslying to her all the while. Oh, the perfidy of men! And she hadloved him. There could be nothing more in that quarter. Shewould see Hurstwood no more. She would write him and let himknow what she thought. Thereupon what would she do? Here werethese rooms. Here was Drouet, pleading for her to remain.Evidently things could go on here somewhat as before, if all werearranged. It would be better than the street, without a place tolay her head.
6.  She troubled herself over what else to put in the letter. Shewanted to make some reference to their relations upon the train,but was too timid. She concluded by thanking him for hiskindness in a crude way, then puzzled over the formality ofsigning her name, and finally decided upon the severe, winding upwith a "Very truly," which she subsequently changed to"Sincerely." She scaled and addressed the letter, and going inthe front room, the alcove of which contained her bed, drew theone small rocking-chair up to the open window, and sat lookingout upon the night and streets in silent wonder. Finally,wearied by her own reflections, she began to grow dull in herchair, and feeling the need of sleep, arranged her clothing forthe night and went to bed.


1.  Some of the more favoured of his friends whom he had invitedbegan to roll up in carriages now. They came shuffling in with agreat show of finery and much evident feeling of content andimportance.
2.  If anything, her efforts were more poorly rewarded on this trialthan the last. Her clothes were nothing suitable for fallwearing. Her last money she had spent for a hat. For three daysshe wandered about, utterly dispirited. The attitude of the flatwas fast becoming unbearable. She hated to think of going backthere each evening. Hanson was so cold. She knew it could notlast much longer. Shortly she would have to give up and go home.
3.  It was not for love of him, that he knew.
4.  "Then," he thought, "she loves me or she would not have writtento me at all."
5.  "I don't seem to have," answered Carrie. "It's about as strangeto me as when I first came here."
6.  "No, no, that won't do! Say it this way--EXPLAIN."


1.  "Well, we won't have much more of this weather," he said. "Itonly takes two weeks to get to Rome."
2.  "I'm going to strike for a raise in June. They can afford to payit, as much business as I turn in. I'll get it too, don't youforget."
3.  This feeling was strengthened by actions of a direct and morepotent nature on the part of Hurstwood. We have seen with whatirritation he shirked those little duties which no longercontained any amusement of satisfaction for him, and the opensnarls with which, more recently, he resented her irritatinggoads. These little rows were really precipitated by anatmosphere which was surcharged with dissension. That it wouldshower, with a sky so full of blackening thunderclouds, wouldscarcely be thought worthy of comment. Thus, after leaving thebreakfast table this morning, raging inwardly at his blankdeclaration of indifference at her plans, Mrs. Hurstwoodencountered Jessica in her dressing-room, very leisurelyarranging her hair. Hurstwood had already left the house.
4.  "Come on, now, if you want to take your car," said an officer,opening the door and looking in.He walked out, feeling rather uncertain of himself. He was verycold and frightened.
5.   There was something delicate and lonely in her voice, but hecould not hear it. He had not the poetry in him that would seeka woman out under such circumstances and console her for thetragedy of life. Instead, he struck a match and lighted the gas.
6.  "Yes," said he. "You come with me."


1.  "Let me out," she said.
2.  "To-morrow," he said at parting, a gayety of manner addingwonderfully to his brave demeanour.
3.  "You talk as though I had persuaded you," answered Carrie. "Youstand there and throw up what you've done. I don't want your oldthings. I'll not have them. You take them to-night and do whatyou please with them. I'll not stay here another minute."
4、  "The world is full of desirable situations, but, unfortunately,we can occupy but one at a time. It doesn't do us any good towring our hands over the far-off things."
5、  "I don't know," he said solemnly; "I can try."




  • 鲍蕾 08-05

      "No, you didn't," she contradicted, suddenly recovering hervoice. "You didn't do anything of the kind."

  • 黄小川 08-05

      "Oh, no," she said. "I'd rather you wouldn't. I'd rather youwouldn't be with me when I meet my sister."

  • 刘勇 08-05

       In the drive of the wind and sleet they pushed in on one another.There were wrists, unprotected by coat or pocket, which were redwith cold. There were ears, half covered by every conceivablesemblance of a hat, which still looked stiff and bitten. In thesnow they shifted, now one foot, now another, almost rocking inunison.

  • 李沙 08-05

      The morning seemed peculiarly bright to him now. He wonderedwhatever could have put such a thought into his head. Impossibleas it was, he could not help smiling at its cleverness. Itshowed how she loved him. There was no doubt in his mind now,and he would find a way to win her.

  • 曹建 08-04

    {  But the officer turned a deaf ear.

  • 王姿予 08-03

      "Well," said the foreman, scratching his ear meditatively, "we doneed a stitcher. We like experienced help, though. We've hardlygot time to break people in." He paused and looked away out ofthe window. "We might, though, put you at finishing," heconcluded reflectively.}

  • 谢忠宣 08-03

      While this was still in his mind, the incident with Oeslogge andCarrie occurred. There had been a good deal to irritate him, butthis seemed much the worst. Never before had she accused him ofstealing--or very near that. She doubted the naturalness of solarge a bill. And he had worked so hard to make expenses seemlight. He had been "doing" butcher and baker in order not tocall on her. He had eaten very little--almost nothing.

  • 佩妮·贝克 08-03

      "You've been crying," he said.

  • 熊诗婕 08-02

       Carrie said nothing, and the horse gambolled on. The weirdnessof the city by night held her attention. She looked at the longreceding rows of lamps and studied the dark, silent houses.

  • 崇宁 07-31

    {  "This very day," he said, with all delight.

  • 安帝道 07-31

      One afternoon they met at the Vances' accidentally, and began avery friendly conversation. She could hardly tell why the one-time keen interest in him was no longer with her.Unquestionably, it was because at that time he had representedsomething which she did not have; but this she did notunderstand. Success had given her the momentary feeling that shewas now blessed with much of which he would approve. As a matterof fact, her little newspaper fame was nothing at all to him. Hethought she could have done better, by far.