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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "George Evans was in here Saturday and said he saw you inMilwaukee last week."
2.  "Certainly."
3.  "Oh, he's a nice man. He's manager of Fitzgerald and Moy's."
4.  He wondered at this, not knowing the pathetic figure he hadbecome in her eyes. She restrained herself with difficulty fromshowing a quaver in her voice.
5.  "Well, I've tried to get something," he exclaimed. What do youwant me to do?"
6.  At last she yielded enough to ask Hanson. It was a half-heartedprocedure without a shade of desire on her part.


1.  There was something in the tone in which he said this which madeher feel as if she must record her feelings against any localhabitation.
2.  "Mrs. George Wheeler," said Carrie, moving over to where she waswriting. The woman wrote her address in full and then allowedher to depart at her leisure.
3.  "Yes."
4.  When Carrie had gone, he felicitated himself upon her goodopinion. By George, it was a shame young girls had to be knockedaround like that. Cold weather coming on and no clothes. Tough.He would go around to Fitzgerald and Moy's and get a cigar. Itmade him feel light of foot as he thought about her.
5.  "Sit down," he said, pulling a chair forward from the side of hisdesk and dropping his voice so that the two men in the roomshould not hear. Those two gave each other the suggestion of awink.
6.  "Let's go at once and walk down Broadway from Thirty-fourthStreet," said Mrs. Vance. "It's such an interesting walk. He'sat the Madison Square."


1.  "Are you a railroad man?" said one.
2.  "Explain," said Mr. Bamberger, giving a modified imitation.
3.  One day, in the middle of the winter, the sharpest spell of theseason set in. It broke grey and cold in the first day, and onthe second snowed. Poor luck pursuing him, he had secured butten cents by nightfall, and this he had spent for food. Atevening he found himself at the Boulevard and Sixty-seventhStreet, where he finally turned his face Bowery-ward. Especiallyfatigued because of the wandering propensity which had seized himin the morning, he now half dragged his wet feet, shuffling thesoles upon the sidewalk. An old, thin coat was turned up abouthis red ears--his cracked derby hat was pulled down until itturned them outward. His hands were in his pockets.
4.  The crowd was already thinning out considerably--some bound forthe theatres, some to their clubs, and some to that mostfascinating of all the pleasures--for the type of man thererepresented, at least--the ladies.
5.   "No, I wasn't," he answered.
6.  "Yes," said Carrie. "You must come down and see me some time."


1.  "Had your breakfast yet?" inquired that worthy.
2.  So his going was crystallising into staying. What was she to donow? Evidently she would be facing the world in the same old waywithin a day or two. Her clothes would get poor. She put hertwo hands together in her customary expressive way and pressedher fingers. Large tears gathered in her eyes and broke hotacross her cheeks. She was alone, very much alone.
3.  "Who's here?" said Hurstwood, passing into the theatre proper,where the lights were turned up and a company of gentlemen werelaughing and talking in the open space back of the seats.
5、  "Run your car out," called the foreman, waving a vigorous hand athim. A green conductor jumped up behind and rang the bell twiceas a signal to start. Hurstwood turned the lever and ran the carout through the door into the street in front of the barn. Heretwo brawny policemen got up beside him on the platform--one oneither hand.




  • 朴仁妃 08-05

      There was a door which opened under the steps into the kitchen,protected by an iron grating, intended as a safeguard againstburglars. When he reached this he noticed that it also wasbolted and that the kitchen windows were down. What could itmean? He rang the bell and then waited. Finally, seeing that noone was coming, he turned and went back to his cab.

  • 方俊豪 08-05

      "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."

  • 吴建铭 08-05

       Naturally, being about the house, he noticed the way Carrie didthings. She was far from perfect in household methods andeconomy, and her little deviations on this score first caught hiseye. Not, however, before her regular demand for her allowancebecame a grievous thing. Sitting around as he did, the weeksseemed to pass very quickly. Every Tuesday Carrie asked for hermoney.

  • 达柳斯 08-05

      This thing was the remains of his old-time cocksureness andindependence. Sitting in his flat, and reading of the doings ofother people, sometimes this independent, undefeated mood cameupon him. Forgetting the weariness of the streets and thedegradation of search, he would sometimes prick up his ears. Itwas as if he said:

  • 颜明 08-04

    {  "Look out, Kitty," called another, "you'll jar your back hair."

  • 维尔纳 08-03

      "His stuff is nearly as bad as 'Dora Thorne,'" concluded Ames.}

  • 哈利法克斯 08-03

      "Three hundred and forty dollars," he said.

  • 塞尔塔 08-03

      Hurstwood was an interesting character after his kind. He wasshrewd and clever in many little things, and capable of creatinga good impression. His managerial position was fairly important--a kind of stewardship which was imposing, but lacked financialcontrol. He had risen by perseverance and industry, through longyears of service, from the position of barkeeper in a commonplacesaloon to his present altitude. He had a little office in theplace, set off in polished cherry and grill-work, where he kept,in a roll-top desk, the rather simple accounts of the place--supplies ordered and needed. The chief executive and financialfunctions devolved upon the owners--Messrs. Fitzgerald and Moy--and upon a cashier who looked after the money taken in.

  • 张晋 08-02

       There was much more passing now than the mere words indicated.He recognised the indescribable thing that made up forfascination and beauty in her. She realised that she was ofinterest to him from the one standpoint which a woman bothdelights in and fears. Her manner was simple, though for the veryreason that she had not yet learned the many little affectationswith which women conceal their true feelings. Some things shedid appeared bold. A clever companion--had she ever had one--would have warned her never to look a man in the eyes sosteadily.

  • 步道和 07-31

    {  "An old acquaintance of mine that I ran into just as I was comingup from the station," explained Drouet. "She used to be quite abeauty."

  • 克丽斯塔 07-31

      "I did go part of the way, but I left the Party a mile down theroad."