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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Now, because Carrie was pretty, the gentlemen who made up theadvance illustrations of shows about to appear for the Sundaypapers selected Carrie's photo along with others to illustratethe announcement. Because she was very pretty, they gave itexcellent space and drew scrolls about it. Carrie was delighted.Still, the management did not seem to have seen anything of it.At least, no more attention was paid to her than before. At thesame time there seemed very little in her part. It consisted ofstanding around in all sorts of scenes, a silent littleQuakeress. The author of the skit had fancied that a great dealcould be made of such a part, given to the right actress, butnow, since it had been doled out to Carrie, he would as leavehave had it cut out.
2.  The walk down Broadway, then as now, was one of the remarkablefeatures of the city. There gathered, before the matinee andafterwards, not only all the pretty women who love a showyparade, but the men who love to gaze upon and admire them. Itwas a very imposing procession of pretty faces and fine clothes.Women appeared in their very best hats, shoes, and gloves, andwalked arm in arm on their way to the fine shops or theatresstrung along from Fourteenth to Thirty-fourth Streets. Equallythe men paraded with the very latest they could afford. A tailormight have secured hints on suit measurements, a shoemaker onproper lasts and colours, a hatter on hats. It was literallytrue that if a lover of fine clothes secured a new suit, it wassure to have its first airing on Broadway. So true and wellunderstood was this fact, that several years later a popularsong, detailing this and other facts concerning the afternoonparade on matinee days, and entitled "What Right Has He onBroadway?" was published, and had quite a vogue about the music-halls of the city.
3.  "Here," she said. "It's all I have with me."
4.  He moved nervously about, while Carrie looked at him confusedly.
5.  "Oh," said the ballet-master, "that's Miss Madenda."
6.  "Is it?" she answered nervously.


1.  "You won't fail," assured Drouet. "Just act as you do aroundhere. Be natural. You're all right. I've often thought you'dmake a corking good actress."
2.  "Who is he?" asked Carrie. doubtfully.
3.  He pressed her hand gently and she tried to withdraw it. At thishe held it fast, and she no longer protested. Then he slippedthe greenbacks he had into her palm, and when she began toprotest, he whispered:
4.  "I'll look in at Hooley's," thought he, but as a matter of facthe did not. Before he had reached the central portion of thecity he thought the whole matter over and decided it would beuseless. As much as he longed to see Carrie, he knew she wouldbe with some one and did not wish to intrude with his plea there.A little later he might do so--in the morning. Only in themorning he had the lawyer question before him.
5.  Back in the flat, he decided he would play no more.
6.  Carrie recognised the name as standing for one of the newest andmost imposing hostelries. She had heard it spoken of as having asplendid restaurant.


1.  Carrie assented.
2.  Carrie received this Tuesday morning when she called at the WestSide branch of the post-office, and answered at once.
3.  "Do you?" she answered, interestedly.
4.  "Oh, with no one," said Carrie. "It was just a show gotten----"
5.   "Yes," said Hurstwood uneasily, thinking of his handwriting onthe register.
6.  "She did act sort of funny at times. Here she had dressed, andgone out this morning and never said a word."


1.  "I hadn't thought of it," returned Carrie.
2.  At one of the corners, where the car slowed up because of a turn,an ex-motorman, standing on the sidewalk, called to him:
3.  "All right," said the latter, somewhat abashed, "it might be wellto do it." Then brightening, with a show of authority, "Supposewe run right through, putting in as much expression as we can."
4、  "You mustn't forget to leave me my money for this week," saidCarrie, quietly.
5、  He walked away and left her standing by the elevator, never somuch as inquiring her name.




  • 林晓曦 08-10

      Carrie, left alone by Drouet, listened to his retreating steps,scarcely realising what had happened. She knew that he hadstormed out. It was some moments before she questioned whetherhe would return, not now exactly, but ever. She looked aroundher upon the rooms, out of which the evening light was dying, andwondered why she did not feel quite the same towards them. Shewent over to the dresser and struck a match, lighting the gas.Then she went back to the rocker to think.

  • 钱途 08-10

      "Do you remember how nervous you were that night at the Avery?"he asked.

  • 柳大华 08-10

       "Don't you think it rather fine to be an actor?" she asked once.

  • 周迪迪 08-10

      Carrie looked at him with the tenderness which virtue ever feelsin its hope of reclaiming vice. How could such a man needreclaiming? His errors, what were they, that she could correct?Small they must be, where all was so fine. At worst, they weregilded affairs, and with what leniency are gilded errors viewed.He put himself in such a lonely light that she was deeply moved.

  • 葛葛村 08-09

    {  The third night she went to her front bed without apologies.

  • 薛双 08-08

      He tightened his fingers as he saw the smile she gave him.}

  • 周邦彦 08-08

      "Elvers," he shouted, "what have you got in your mouth?"

  • 骆洪彬 08-08

      Carrie could not have told herself at this moment whether she wasglad or sorry that the impressive manager was awaiting herpresence. She was slightly flurried and tingling in the cheeks,but it was more nervousness than either fear or favour. She didnot try to conjecture what the drift of the conversation wouldbe. She only felt that she must be careful, and that Hurstwoodhad an indefinable fascination for her. Then she gave her tieits last touch with her fingers and went below.

  • 高咏 08-07

       Hurstwood frowned. Then in despair he got out his purse.

  • 麦格拉斯 08-05

    {  "I tell you," said another drummer to him, "it's a great thing.Look at Hazenstab. He isn't so deuced clever. Of course he'sgot a good house behind him, but that won't do alone. I tell youit's his degree. He's a way-up Mason, and that goes a long way.He's got a secret sign that stands for something."

  • 赖德 08-05

      "We are coming down town this afternoon," she remarked, a fewdays later. "I want you to come over to Kinsley's and meet Mr.Phillips and his wife. They're stopping at the Tremont, andwe're going to show them around a little."