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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Mrs. Hanson, after the first greetings were over, gave Carrie thebaby and proceeded to get supper. Her husband asked a fewquestions and sat down to read the evening paper. He was asilent man, American born, of a Swede father, and now employed asa cleaner of refrigerator cars at the stock-yards. To him thepresence or absence of his wife's sister was a matter ofindifference. Her personal appearance did not affect him one wayor the other. His one observation to the point was concerningthe chances of work in Chicago.
2.  "If I see them, I do. Where was I?"
3.  "How I'd like to go there. I crossed Halstead Street to-day,didn't I?"
4.  He gave her credit for feelings superior to Drouet at the firstglance.
5.  Carrie acquiesced, and that evening met the portly Vance, anindividual a few years younger than Hurstwood, and who owed hisseemingly comfortable matrimonial state much more to his moneythan to his good looks. He thought well of Carrie upon the firstglance and laid himself out to be genial, teaching her a new gameof cards and talking to her about New York and its pleasures.Mrs. Vance played some upon the piano, and at last Hurstwoodcame.
6.  There was the captain curtly pleading as before. He heard withastonishment and a sense of relief the oft-repeated words: "Thesemen must have a bed." Before him was the line of unfortunateswhose beds were yet to be had, and seeing a newcomer quietly edgeup and take a position at the end of the line, he decided to dolikewise. What use to contend? He was weary to-night. It was asimple way out of one difficulty, at least. To-morrow, maybe, hewould do better.


1.  Chapter XLII
2.  "Do you ever go to the Gansevoort Market over here?"
3.  "'No,' said the girl, 'but it is dreadful to be hungry.'
4.  "Carrie," he said, looking into her face and assuming a seriouslook which he did not feel, "suppose I were to come to you nextweek, or this week for that matter--to-night say--and tell you Ihad to go away--that I couldn't stay another minute and wasn'tcoming back any more--would you come with me?"His sweetheart viewed him with the most affectionate glance, heranswer ready before the words were out of his mouth.
5.  "Where do you want to go?" he enquired.
6.  In all of Carrie's actions there was a touch of misgiving. Thedeeper she sank into the entanglement, the more she imagined thatthe thing hung upon the few remaining things she had not done.Since she had not done these, there was a way out.


1.  So off he went to a poker room in the neighbourhood, feeling muchas he had in the old days. In this period of self-forgetfulness,aroused first by the shock of argument and perfected by a dinnerin the hotel, with cocktails and cigars, he was as nearly likethe old Hurstwood as he would ever be again. It was not the oldHurstwood--only a man arguing with a divided conscience and luredby a phantom.
2.  It was not often that she came to the play stirred to her heart'score by actualities. To-day a low song of longing had been setsinging in her heart by the finery, the merriment, the beauty shehad seen. Oh, these women who had passed her by, hundreds andhundreds strong, who were they? Whence came the rich, elegantdresses, the astonishingly coloured buttons, the knick-knacks ofsilver and gold? Where were these lovely creatures housed? Amidwhat elegancies of carved furniture, decorated walls, elaboratetapestries did they move? Where were their rich apartments,loaded with all that money could provide? In what stables champedthese sleek, nervous horses and rested the gorgeous carriages?Where lounged the richly groomed footmen? Oh, the mansions, thelights, the perfume, the loaded boudoirs and tables! New Yorkmust be filled with such bowers, or the beautiful, insolent,supercilious creatures could not be. Some hothouses held them.It ached her to know that she was not one of them--that, alas,she had dreamed a dream and it had not come true. She wonderedat her own solitude these two years past--her indifference to thefact that she had never achieved what she had expected.
3.  In the same house with her lived an official of one of thetheatres, Mr. Frank A. Hale, manager of the Standard, and hiswife, a pleasing-looking brunette of thirty-five. They werepeople of a sort very common in America today, who liverespectably from hand to mouth. Hale received a salary of forty-five dollars a week. His wife, quite attractive, affected thefeeling of youth, and objected to that sort of home life whichmeans the care of a house and the raising of a family. LikeDrouet and Carrie, they also occupied three rooms on the floorabove.
4.  "They've been at work, here, all right," said one of thepolicemen.
5.   "Never mind," said Mrs. Hurstwood consolingly, "we'll go one ofthese days."
6.  The intention was to give him an afternoon of practice, but thegreater part of the time was spent in waiting about.


1.  "I've been sick, I told you," he said, peevishly, almostresenting her excessive pity. It came hard to him to receive itfrom such a source.
2.  "Well, who are you?"
3.  He entered, and then began a scene which had as much to do withthe creation of the tragedy of affection in Hurstwood as anythingin his peculiar and involved career. For Carrie had resolved tomake something of this scene, and, now that the cue had come, itbegan to take a feeling hold upon her. Both Hurstwood and Drouetnoted the rising sentiment as she proceeded.
4、  "I always have. There's one going on up at the Broadway thismonth. I'm going to try and get in that if this one reallygoes."
5、  He paused a few moments, as if in thought, and then said:




  • 申正远 08-09

      "I wish," he said pathetically, "you would come to me. I don'tlike to be away from you this way. What good is there inwaiting? You're not any happier, are you?"

  • 洪民荣 08-09

      "I'm clear out," he said to Carrie one afternoon. "I paid forsome coal this morning, and that took all but ten or fifteencents."

  • 卡弗 08-09

       "I've had experience enough," said Hurstwood blandly, but he felta little diffident about referring to Fitzgerald and Moy.

  • 贾欣欣 08-09

      His first inclination was to be elated, and he confided to Carriethat he thought he had made an excellent arrangement. Time,however, introduced food for reflection. He found his partner tobe very disagreeable. Frequently he was the worse for liquor,which made him surly. This was the last thing which Hurstwoodwas used to in business. Besides, the business varied. It wasnothing like the class of patronage which he had enjoyed inChicago. He found that it would take a long time to makefriends. These people hurried in and out without seeking thepleasures of friendship. It was no gathering or lounging place.Whole days and weeks passed without one such hearty greeting ashe had been wont to enjoy every day in Chicago.

  • 周世斌 08-08

    {  "You don't say so," would be the reply.

  • 安源贺 08-07

      "No, he can't injure that any, I guess."}

  • 迪亚拉 08-07

      "What's it to you?" he said, rising, almost fiercely. "I pay therent, don't I? I furnish the----"

  • 弘增利 08-07

      He saw he was the master of the situation--he felt it. Hereached over and touched her hand.

  • 段宇飞 08-06

       Carrie noted the elegantly carpeted and decorated hall, themarbled lobby, and showy waiting-room. It was such a place asshe had often dreamed of occupying.

  • 余秋雨 08-04

    {  "Very well," said Hurstwood. "Rather anxious about you though.You'd better go out now and cheer her up."

  • 徐明显 08-04

      "Tease," he said, "what makes you smile that way?"