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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Nothing much," returned Hurstwood. "It's quite a resort.There's some pretty scenery about here."
2.  He left the papers before going to the room, thinking thus tokeep them out of the hands of Carrie.
3.  At the stable he picked a gentle horse, and they were soon out ofrange of either public observation or hearing.
4.  The hotel physician looked at him.
5.  Hurstwood was already there, sitting in his place.
6.  "Oh, no," said Drouet, "just couldn't escape her this time."


1.  "Will you?" said Carrie.
2.  Once the bright days of summer pass by, a city takes on thatsombre garb of grey, wrapt in which it goes about its laboursduring the long winter. Its endless buildings look grey, its skyand its streets assume a sombre hue; the scattered, leaflesstrees and wind-blown dust and paper but add to the generalsolemnity of colour. There seems to be something in the chillbreezes which scurry through the long, narrow thoroughfaresproductive of rueful thoughts. Not poets alone, nor artists, northat superior order of mind which arrogates to itself allrefinement, feel this, but dogs and all men. These feel as muchas the poet, though they have not the same power of expression.The sparrow upon the wire, the cat in the doorway, the dray horsetugging his weary load, feel the long, keen breaths of winter.It strikes to the heart of all life, animate and inanimate. Ifit were not for the artificial fires of merriment, the rush ofprofit-seeking trade, and pleasure-selling amusements; if thevarious merchants failed to make the customary display within andwithout their establishments; if our streets were not strung withsigns of gorgeous hues and thronged with hurrying purchasers, wewould quickly discover how firmly the chill hand of winter laysupon the heart; how dispiriting are the days during which the sunwithholds a portion of our allowance of light and warmth. We aremore dependent upon these things than is often thought. We areinsects produced by heat, and pass without it.
3.  "Wha--what's the matter?" said Minnie, drowsily.
4.  The poor girl thrilled as she walked away from Drouet. She feltashamed in part because she had been weak enough to take it, buther need was so dire, she was still glad. Now she would have anice new jacket! Now she would buy a nice pair of pretty buttonshoes. She would get stockings, too, and a skirt, and, and--until already, as in the matter of her prospective salary, shehad got beyond, in her desires, twice the purchasing power of herbills.
5.  "How much?" he asked.
6.  "Tired of it?"


1.  "I should say, turn to the dramatic field. You have so muchsympathy and such a melodious voice. Make them valuable toothers. It will make your powers endure."
2.  He consoled himself with the thought, however, that, after all,he was not without affection. Things might go as they would athis house, but he had Carrie outside of it. With his mind's eyehe looked into her comfortable room in Ogden Place, where he hadspent several such delightful evenings, and thought how charmingit would be when Drouet was disposed of entirely and she waswaiting evenings in cosey little quarters for him. That no causewould come up whereby Drouet would be led to inform Carrieconcerning his married state, he felt hopeful. Things were goingso smoothly that he believed they would not change. Shortly nowhe would persuade Carrie and all would be satisfactory.
3.  "I guess not."
4.  "Yes," he returned; "but you can't go by what the papers say.They'll run the cars all right."
5.   "Yes; dere is nothing to dat. It iss all over."
6.  Now the latter put a kindly hand on the ex-manager's shoulder."Line up over there," he said.


1.  Minnie's womanly nature was higher than this. She figured thepossibilities in such cases.
2.  Within a day or two, Drouet dropped into the Adams Street resort,and he was at once spied by Hurstwood. It was at five in theafternoon and the place was crowded with merchants, actors,managers, politicians, a goodly company of rotund, rosy figures,silk-hatted, starchy-bosomed, beringed and bescarfpinned to thequeen's taste. John L. Sullivan, the pugilist, was at one end ofthe glittering bar, surrounded by a company of loudly dressedsports, who were holding a most animated conversation. Drouetcame across the floor with a festive stride, a new pair of tanshoes squeaking audibly at his progress.
3.  "What's out there?" he asked, secretly irritated and chagrined tothink that he should be made to pump for information in thismanner.
4、  "Oh, do," said Lola. "We'll have such a good time."
5、  "What time is it?" she inquired. "I must be getting back."




  • 冯婆婆 08-04

      "Oh, go on and keep it," she replied, rather unnerved. "There'llbe other things."

  • 王浩明 08-04

      The place that had been so comfortable, where he had spent somany days of warmth, was now a memory. Something colder andchillier confronted him. He sank down in his chair, resting hischin in his hand--mere sensation, without thought, holding him.

  • 黎书凤 08-04

       The following morning the train pulled safely into Montreal andthey stepped down, Hurstwood glad to be out of danger, Carriewondering at the novel atmosphere of the northern city. Longbefore, Hurstwood had been here, and now he remembered the nameof the hotel at which he had stopped. As they came out of themain entrance of the depot he heard it called anew by a busman.

  • 让威亚雷雷山 08-04

      "She didn't deserve what she got out of me, that is sure. Ididn't do so much, if everybody could just know."

  • 段娜 08-03

    {  When they were alone, Drouet did not change in the least. Hetalked in the same general way as if they were out in the street.Carrie left her things.

  • 汤峪 08-02

      Carrie laughed.}

  • 李亚隆 08-02

      A boy threw a clod of mud while he was thus reflecting and hithim upon the arm. It hurt sharply and angered him more than hehad been any time since morning.

  • 谢某 08-02

      "Hello, George!" he exclaimed.

  • 毛立臻 08-01

       On the other hand, as we may well believe, the manager came homein the sunniest mood. His conversation and agreement with Carriehad raised his spirits until he was in the frame of mind of onewho sings joyously. He was proud of himself, proud of hissuccess, proud of Carrie. He could have been genial to all theworld, and he bore no grudge against his wife. He meant to bepleasant, to forget her presence, to live in the atmosphere ofyouth and pleasure which had been restored to him.

  • 江家海 07-30

    {  "Let me out," she said.

  • 田雨橙 07-30

      Her heart revolted. "Never!" she thought. Who would furnish themoney to move? To think of being in two rooms with him! Sheresolved to spend her money for clothes quickly, before somethingterrible happened. That very day she did it. Having done so,there was but one other thing to do.