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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, you mustn't let him know I told you."
2.  "No," he said, "not where we are going."
3.  She did not hear this very well. Her heart was troubled by akind of terror. The fact that she was alone, away from home,rushing into a great sea of life and endeavour, began to tell.She could not help but feel a little choked for breath--a littlesick as her heart beat so fast. She half closed her eyes andtried to think it was nothing, that Columbia City was only alittle way off.
4.  "Well, well!" said Drouet. "I do swear! Why, how are you? I knewthat was you the moment I saw you."
5.  Her eyes fell consciously.
6.  "Well," said Drouet at last, "we had better be going."


1.  Rising, he went to one of the cots and stretched himself,removing only his shoes, and pulling the one blanket and dirtyold comforter over him in a sort of bundle. The sight disgustedHurstwood, but he did not dwell on it, choosing to gaze into thestove and think of something else. Presently he decided toretire, and picked a cot, also removing his shoes.
2.  "About three years ago," said Carrie.
3.  "You're Mr. Hurstwood, are you?" said the latter, with a volumeof affected shrewdness and assurance.
4.  "What the hell!" cried another of the strikers, pushing the otherway, adding at the same time some lusty oaths.
5.  Drouet shared in the conversation, but he was almost dull incomparison. Hurstwood entertained them both, and now it wasdriven into Carrie's mind that here was the superior man. Sheinstinctively felt that he was stronger and higher, and yetwithal so simple. By the end of the third act she was sure thatDrouet was only a kindly soul, but otherwise defective. He sankevery moment in her estimation by the strong comparison.
6.  Now Carrie was affected by music. Her nervous compositionresponded to certain strains, much as certain strings of a harpvibrate when a corresponding key of a piano is struck. She wasdelicately moulded in sentiment, and answered with vagueruminations to certain wistful chords. They awoke longings forthose things which she did not have. They caused her to clingcloser to things she possessed. One short song the young ladyplayed in a most soulful and tender mood. Carrie heard itthrough the open door from the parlour below. It was at thathour between afternoon and night when, for the idle, thewanderer, things are apt to take on a wistful aspect. The mindwanders forth on far journeys and returns with sheaves ofwithered and departed joys. Carrie sat at her window lookingout. Drouet had been away since ten in the morning. She hadamused herself with a walk, a book by Bertha M. Clay which Drouethad left there, though she did not wholly enjoy the latter, andby changing her dress for the evening. Now she sat looking outacross the park as wistful and depressed as the nature whichcraves variety and life can be under such circumstances. As shecontemplated her new state, the strain from the parlour belowstole upward. With it her thoughts became coloured and enmeshed.She reverted to the things which were best and saddest within thesmall limit of her experience. She became for the moment arepentant.


1.  Carrie's anger melted on the instant. She felt ashamed.
2.  "I know where I could get the loveliest room and bath, cheap.It's too big for me, but it would be just right for two, and therent is only six dollars a week for both."
3.  Now a fierce feeling against Carrie welled up--just one fierce,angry thought before the whole thing slipped out of his mind.
4.  As a consequence, she was resentful and suspicious. The jealousythat prompted her to observe every falling away from the littleamenities of the married relation on his part served to give hernotice of the airy grace with which he still took the world. Shecould see from the scrupulous care which he exercised in thematter of his personal appearance that his interest in life hadabated not a jot. Every motion, every glance had something in itof the pleasure he felt in Carrie, of the zest this new pursuitof pleasure lent to his days. Mrs. Hurstwood felt something,sniffing change, as animals do danger, afar off.
5.   "I was just telling her," put in Drouet, now delighted with hispossession, "that I thought she did fine."
6.  "Will you?" he repeated.


1.  "I'm out of work and out of money and I've got to get something,--it doesn't matter what. I don't care to talk about what I'vebeen, but if you'd tell me how to get something to do, I'd bemuch obliged to you. It wouldn't matter if it only lasted a fewdays just now. I've got to have something."
2.  In Carrie--as in how many of our worldlings do they not?--instinct and reason, desire and understanding, were at war forthe mastery. She followed whither her craving led. She was asyet more drawn than she drew.
3.  The first gleam of fairness shone in this proposition for Carrie.It seemed a plausible thing to do, much as she feared hisopposition if she tried to carry it out. Montreal and New York!Even now she was speeding toward those great, strange lands, andcould see them if she liked. She thought, but made no sign.
4、  "Minnie! What's the matter? Here, wake up," said Hanson,disturbed, and shaking her by the shoulder.
5、  Hurstwood followed. Out of the manager's sight, the headporter's manner changed.




  • 韦龙 08-09

      "Do you think you can get something else?" she ventured, timidly.

  • 窦翊明 08-09

      "Nothing," she answered, a little drearily.

  • 何万姣 08-09

       "Now, I've just enough to get on to the end of the week," sheconfided.

  • 庞道礼 08-09

      "Have you done anything about your dress?"

  • 梅博纳 08-08

    {  Chapter XV

  • 拉成 08-07

      "Well, by foolishness of my own. It isn't anything to talk aboutnow. You could find out if you wanted to. I'm 'broke' now and,if you will believe me, I haven't eaten anything to-day."}

  • 涂惠源 08-07

      She began to pull the basket over, and now, in spite of allprotest, she had swung over and was going down.

  • 施海欧 08-07

      "Aw, come, Carrie," he said, "what can you do alone? Let me helpyou."

  • 卢荡 08-06

       "Did you see that?" said Shaughnessy one morning to Hurstwood,pointing to the real estate column in a copy of the "Herald,"which he held.

  • 栗山千明 08-04

    {  Hurstwood obeyed. At the corner he saw the wisdom of it. Nosooner did the man perceive the intention to ignore him, than heshook his fist.

  • 姚永忠 08-04

      "Oh, I do want to see Nat Goodwin," said Mrs. Vance. "I do thinkhe is the jolliest actor. The papers say this is such a goodplay."