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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What's the use of your standing there and talking like that,now?" he asked. "Do you think I've had it alone? You talk as ifI'd taken something."
2.  He looked around the square, and seeing the several large hotels,decided to go to one for dinner. He would get his papers andmake himself comfortable there.
3.  "You must marry me, though," she said."I'll get a license to-day," he answered.
4.  "Good-night!" said Drouet, as she rustled in.
5.  When she entered the room, however, her appearance gave himcourage. She looked simple and charming enough to strengthen thedaring of any lover. Her apparent nervousness dispelled his own.
6.  "I guess we had better go, if you can break that engagementupstairs," said Drouet.


1.  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.
2.  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.
3.  "Who is that fourth girl there on the right--the one coming roundat the end now?"
4.  "Yes, we whipped them out over there without much trouble."
5.  "The thief!" roared poor Bamberger.
6.  "What are you up to?" he said, smiling.


1.  "You knew she might," said Carrie. "I told you she said she wascoming. I've asked you a dozen times to wear your other clothes.Oh, I think this is just terrible."
2.  "It's a difficult thing," he went on, "but there's always achance, you know." Then, as if he suddenly remembered, he pulledout his watch and consulted it. "I've an appointment at two," hesaid, "and I've got to go to lunch now. Would you care to comeand dine with me? We can talk it over there."
3.  "If I were you," went on Drouet, ignoring her last remark, "Iwouldn't have anything to do with him. He's a married man, youknow."
5.   There was no more to be done upon that score that night. He wenton brooding over his situation until midnight, when he repairedagain to the Palmer House. He wondered what the morning wouldbring forth, and slept anything but soundly upon it.Next day he went again to the office and opened his mail,suspicious and hopeful of its contents. No word from Carrie.Nothing from his wife, which was pleasant.
6.  Into this important commercial region the timid Carrie went. Shewalked east along Van Buren Street through a region of lesseningimportance, until it deteriorated into a mass of shanties andcoal-yards, and finally verged upon the river. She walkedbravely forward, led by an honest desire to find employment anddelayed at every step by the interest of the unfolding scene, anda sense of helplessness amid so much evidence of power and forcewhich she did not understand. These vast buildings, what werethey? These strange energies and huge interests, for whatpurposes were they there? She could have understood the meaningof a little stone-cutter's yard at Columbia City, carving littlepieces of marble for individual use, but when the yards of somehuge stone corporation came into view, filled with spur tracksand flat cars, transpierced by docks from the river and traversedoverhead by immense trundling cranes of wood and steel, it lostall significance in her little world.


1.  "Never mind what you were just. Keep your ears open."
2.  "Well, who are you?"
3.  "Did you notice," he said, at last, breaking forth concerninganother item which he had found, "that they have entered suit tocompel the Illinois Central to get off the lake front, Julia?" heasked.
4、  "I think I can do that, though," she concluded.
5、  This was a grim blow to Hurstwood, but he never mentioned it.




  • 塔尼亚 08-06

      When he came in upon Carrie she was still with Drouet. Hisfeelings for her were most exuberant. He was almost swept awayby the strength and feeling she exhibited. His desire was topour forth his praise with the unbounded feelings of a lover, buthere was Drouet, whose affection was also rapidly reviving. Thelatter was more fascinated, if anything, than Hurstwood. Atleast, in the nature of things, it took a more ruddy form.

  • 王陵路 08-06

      She decided to stop in at the Madison Square Theatre and ask howto find the theatrical agents. This seemed the sensible way.Accordingly, when she reached that theatre she applied to theclerk at the box office.

  • 丁宪才 08-06

       "You don't speak to your friends when you meet them out driving,do you?" he said, jocosely, to Mrs. Hurstwood.

  • 张派 08-06

      "I'm getting terrible," she said, honestly affected by a feelingof trouble and shame. "I don't seem to do anything right."

  • 刘建启 08-05

    {  "Her family doesn't amount to anything, does it?" said Mrs.Hurstwood sympathetically. "They haven't anything, have they?"

  • 孙燕 08-04

      "Oh, no," she said remorsefully, her tone reflecting some of herown success and more of her helplessness, "you never will."}

  • 姜治莹 08-04

      "Why, Hurstwood," said Drouet, noting the effect and feeling thathe was delivering a telling blow.

  • 畅舒 08-04

      "You can just leave that in hereafter," he remarked, seeing howintelligent she appeared. "Don't add any more, though."

  • 伍晓刚 08-03

       "I can't stand much of this," said Hurstwood, whose legs achedhim painfully, as he sat down upon the miserable bunk in thesmall, lightless chamber allotted to him. "I've got to eat, orI'll die."

  • 李增瑞 08-01


  • 李同道 08-01

      "I don't know about that," she answered.Eventually she took off the ballroom episode with considerablefeeling, forgetting, as she got deeper in the scene, all aboutDrouet, and letting herself rise to a fine state of feeling.