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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Not at all," said Carrie.
2.  "Yes," she said, cautiously, "was it pleasant? He did not tell memuch about it."
3.  Young Hurstwood, Jr., was in his twentieth year, and was alreadyconnected in a promising capacity with a large real estate firm.He contributed nothing for the domestic expenses of the family,but was thought to be saving his money to invest in real estate.He had some ability, considerable vanity, and a love of pleasurethat had not, as yet, infringed upon his duties, whatever theywere. He came in and went out, pursuing his own plans andfancies, addressing a few words to his mother occasionally,relating some little incident to his father, but for the mostpart confining himself to those generalities with which mostconversation concerns itself. He was not laying bare his desiresfor any one to see. He did not find any one in the house whoparticularly cared to see.
4.  An office boy approached her.
5.  "Where?"
6.  Next week came, but Carrie saw no change. Hurstwood seemed moreapathetic than ever. He saw her off mornings to rehearsals andthe like with the utmost calm. He read and read. Several timeshe found himself staring at an item, but thinking of somethingelse. The first of these lapses that he sharply noticedconcerned a hilarious party he had once attended at a drivingclub, of which he had been a member. He sat, gazing downward,and gradually thought he heard the old voices and the clink ofglasses.


1.  "Nothing of the kind," he answered. "I can't avoid businessrelations, and that's all there is to it."
2.  Carrie thought this over. She had never been on the road.
3.  Chapter XV
4.  "I saw some of the brewery people to-day," said Hurstwood. "Oneman told me he'd try to make a place for me in two or threeweeks."
5.  Her countenance, had he been scrutinising her, would haveexhibited the disturbance she felt at this evidence of hisdetermination to stay by her. He saw nothing remarkable inasking her to come down lower.
6.  "Oh, I can't," said Carrie. "I'll be there Friday. Would youmind lending me the twenty-five dollars you spoke of?"


1.  "Yassah."
2.  Then began one of those pointless social conversations so commonin American resorts where the would-be gilded attempt to rub offgilt from those who have it in abundance. If Hurstwood had oneleaning, it was toward notabilities. He considered that, ifanywhere, he belonged among them. He was too proud to toady, tookeen not to strictly observe the plane he occupied when therewere those present who did not appreciate him, but, in situationslike the present, where he could shine as a gentleman and bereceived without equivocation as a friend and equal among men ofknown ability, he was most delighted. It was on such occasions,if ever, that he would "take something." When the social flavourwas strong enough he would even unbend to the extent of drinkingglass for glass with his associates, punctiliously observing histurn to pay as if he were an outsider like the others. If heever approached intoxication--or rather that ruddy warmth andcomfortableness which precedes the more sloven state--it was whenindividuals such as these were gathered about him, when he wasone of a circle of chatting celebrities. To-night, disturbed aswas his state, he was rather relieved to find company, and nowthat notabilities were gathered, he laid aside his troubles forthe nonce, and joined in right heartily.
3.  "No," said Carrie, feeling sadly handicapped by fate.
4.  Meanwhile he gave a thought now and then to Carrie. What couldbe the trouble in that quarter? No letter had come, no word ofany kind, and yet here it was late in the evening and she hadagreed to meet him that morning. To-morrow they were to have metand gone off--where? He saw that in the excitement of recentevents he had not formulated a plan upon that score. He wasdesperately in love, and would have taken great chances to winher under ordinary circumstances, but now--now what? Supposingshe had found out something? Supposing she, too, wrote him andtold him that she knew all--that she would have nothing more todo with him? It would be just like this to happen as things weregoing now. Meanwhile he had not sent the money.
5.   Hurstwood nodded his head.
6.  Presently Mr. Brown came up. He did not seem to recosnise her.


1.  "Come on, now," he went on; "it's all right. Let's waltz alittle to that music."
2.  Carrie laughed luxuriantly.
3.  It was after the business meeting and things were going sociallywith a hum. Drouet was bobbing around chatting and joking with ascore of individuals whom he knew.
4、  "What's the matter, Carrie?" said Hurstwood after a time,noticing her quiet, almost moody state.
5、  "I'll be back in three-quarters of an hour."




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