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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I don't know," she snapped.
2.  "He does?"
3.  At last a lady in opera cape and rustling skirts came down FifthAvenue, accompanied by her escort. Hurstwood gazed wearily,reminded by her both of Carrie in her new world and of the timewhen he had escorted his own wife in like manner.
4.  Nothing came of this incident at the time, for the truth is itdid not seem conclusive enough to warrant any discussion. Onlythe atmosphere of distrust and ill-feeling was strengthened,precipitating every now and then little sprinklings of irritableconversation, enlivened by flashes of wrath. The matter of theWaukesha outing was merely a continuation of other things of thesame nature.
5.  The man did not take kindly at all to his "No position tochoose." He wanted some one who wasn't thinking of a choice orsomething better. Especially not an old man. He wanted some oneyoung, active, and glad to work actively for a moderate sum.Hurstwood did not please him at all. He had more of an air thanhis employers.
6.  "Well," he said, as he counted it out, "that's about the last ofmy money. I'll have to get something pretty soon."


1.  As a result of this, she noticed a shade of thought pass over hisface, as if he were beginning to realise that things werechanged. Good-nature dictated something better than this for onewho had always liked her.
2.  "Well, well," said Drouet, "you did out of sight. That wassimply great. I knew you could do it. Oh, but you're a littledaisy!"
3.  "What is it you want?" he inquired.
4.  Carrie felt this as a personal reproof. She read "Dora Thorne,"or had a great deal in the past. It seemed only fair to her, butshe supposed that people thought it very fine. Now this clear-eyed, fine-headed youth, who looked something like a student toher, made fun of it. It was poor to him, not worth reading. Shelooked down, and for the first time felt the pain of notunderstanding.
5.  He walked over and looked out. It was an ambulance, backing in.
6.  "Minnie! What's the matter? Here, wake up," said Hanson,disturbed, and shaking her by the shoulder.


1.  "What is it?" he said.
2.  "Oh, no," she said. "I'd rather you wouldn't. I'd rather youwouldn't be with me when I meet my sister."
3.  "Where is H. R. Jacob's?" interrupted Carrie, mentioning one ofthe theatres devoted to melodrama which went by that name at thetime.
4.  "I'll ask her. She won't refuse me a few dollars."
5.   "It wasn't a hotel," said Hurstwood. "I was manager ofFitzgerald and Moy's place in Chicago for fifteen years."
6.  The game of deception was up with Drouet. He did not try tosimulate indifference further.


1.  A half block away, a small girl gazed at him.
2.  The gloomy Hurstwood, sitting in his cheap hotel, where he hadtaken refuge with seventy dollars--the price of his furniture--between him and nothing, saw a hot summer out and a cool fall in,reading. He was not wholly indifferent to the fact that hismoney was slipping away. As fifty cents after fifty cents werepaid out for a day's lodging he became uneasy, and finally took acheaper room--thirty-five cents a day--to make his money lastlonger. Frequently he saw notices of Carrie. Her picture was inthe "World" once or twice, and an old "Herald" he found in achair informed him that she had recently appeared with someothers at a benefit for something or other. He read these thingswith mingled feelings. Each one seemed to put her farther andfarther away into a realm which became more imposing as itreceded from him. On the billboards, too, he saw a prettyposter, showing her as the Quaker Maid, demure and dainty. Morethan once he stopped and looked at these, gazing at the prettyface in a sullen sort of way. His clothes were shabby, and hepresented a marked contrast to all that she now seemed to be.
3.  "What the hell!" cried another of the strikers, pushing the otherway, adding at the same time some lusty oaths.
4、  Carrie left him, feeling as though a great arm had slipped outbefore her to draw off trouble. The money she had accepted wastwo soft, green, handsome ten-dollar bills.
5、  "I tell you," he said, "I surprised the people at the office.I've sold more goods this last quarter than any other man of ourhouse on the road. I sold three thousand dollars' worth in LaCrosse."




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