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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well," he observed to himself, "I came out of that all right."
3.  Chapter XL
4.  "Was he?" said Drouet. "I thought from what he said that he hadcalled a week or so ago."
5.  Carrie instantly brightened up, thinking he had meant it as arebuke.
6.  In her comfortable chambers at the Waldorf, Carrie was reading atthis time "Pere Goriot," which Ames had recommended to her. Itwas so strong, and Ames's mere recommendation had so aroused herinterest, that she caught nearly the full sympatheticsignificance of it. For the first time, it was being borne inupon her how silly and worthless had been her earlier reading, asa whole. Becoming wearied, however, she yawned and came to thewindow, looking out upon the old winding procession of carriagesrolling up Fifth Avenue.


1.  "Well enough," she said, still somewhat reduced after Drouet.
2.  Hurstwood scowled fiercely.
3.  "Let go of me," he said, falling on his side.
4.  Not only did Carrie feel the drag of desire for all which was newand pleasing in apparel for women, but she noticed too, with atouch at the heart, the fine ladies who elbowed and ignored her,brushing past in utter disregard of her presence, themselveseagerly enlisted in the materials which the store contained.Carrie was not familiar with the appearance of her more fortunatesisters of the city. Neither had she before known the nature andappearance of the shop girls with whom she now compared poorly.They were pretty in the main, some even handsome, with an air ofindependence and indifference which added, in the case of themore favoured, a certain piquancy. Their clothes were neat, inmany instances fine, and wherever she encountered the eye of oneit was only to recognise in it a keen analysis of her ownposition--her individual shortcomings of dress and that shadow ofmanner which she thought must hang about her and make clear toall who and what she was. A flame of envy lighted in her heart.She realised in a dim way how much the city held--wealth,fashion, ease--every adornment for women, and she longed fordress and beauty with a whole heart.
5.  "How?" she asked.
6.  "Yes. I'm from Wisconsin," she answered.


1.  "Well, I know that I didn't tell you any such thing as that,"said Carrie, recovering herself.
2.  "Think," he said, "what I've given up. I can't go back toChicago any more. I've got to stay away and live alone now, ifyou don't come with me. You won't go back on me entirely, willyou, Carrie?"
3.  "Of course we are," he said, with the slightest modification ofsharpness.
4.  In the morning he put on his best clothes, which were poorenough, and began stirring about, putting some bread and meatinto a page of a newspaper. Carrie watched him, interested inthis new move.
5.   "Why, George, how are you?" said another genial West Sidepolitician and lodge member. "My, but I'm glad to see you again;how are things, anyhow?"
6.  Carrie looked at him quietly. She was wondering whether he tookher to be a millionaire.


1.  "Well, I know that I didn't tell you any such thing as that,"said Carrie, recovering herself.
2.  What Drouet said about the girl's grace, as she tripped outevenings accompanied by her mother, caused Carrie to perceive thenature and value of those little modish ways which women adoptwhen they would presume to be something. She looked in themirror and pursed up her lips, accompanying it with a little tossof the head, as she had seen the railroad treasurer's daughterdo. She caught up her skirts with an easy swing, for had notDrouet remarked that in her and several others, and Carrie wasnaturally imitative. She began to get the hang of those littlethings which the pretty woman who has vanity invariably adopts.In short, her knowledge of grace doubled, and with it herappearance changed. She became a girl of considerable taste.
3.  If ever there was dressiness it was here. It was thepersonification of the old term spick and span.
4、  Back in the flat, he decided he would play no more.
5、  A thought will colour a world for us. The flow of Carrie'smeditations had been disturbed, and Hanson had not long goneupstairs before she followed. She had realised with the lapse ofthe quarter hours that Drouet was not coming, and somehow shefelt a little resentful, a little as if she had been forsaken--was not good enough. She went upstairs, where everything wassilent. Minnie was sewing by a lamp at the table. Hanson hadalready turned in for the night. In her weariness anddisappointment Carrie did no more than announce that she wasgoing to bed.




  • 葛洛丽亚伊斯特芬 08-03

      He bowed and backed toward the door.

  • 杨振湘 08-03

      Never in his experience had he found anything out of order, butto-night, after shutting down his desk, he came out and tried thesafe. His way was to give a sharp pull. This time the doorresponded. He was slightly surprised at that, and looking infound the money cases as left for the day, apparentlyunprotected. His first thought was, of course, to inspect thedrawers and shut the door.

  • 布赖恩·克兰斯顿 08-03

       "Ah, the rascal," he thought, and then, with a touch of righteoussympathy, "that's pretty hard on the little girl."

  • 余西根 08-03

      "I'd like for you to be there, if you want to come, but I don'tsee how you can unless he asks you."

  • 张赐林 08-02

    {  "Why don't you tell me all about this thing," he said, after atime, "and let's call it off? You don't really care forHurstwood, do you?"

  • 伊萨卡 08-01

      "Like to have you both come down and go to the show with meWednesday," concluded Hurstwood at parting.}

  • 吴建绵 08-01

      "It isn't anything difficult. 'It's something that is verysimple,' he says, 'and would suit you exactly.'"

  • 薛良燕 08-01

      "Don't be angry," he said. "It will be all right to morrow."

  • 陈雪枫 07-31

       That night she was visited by Mrs. Hale, whose chatter andprotracted stay made it impossible to dwell upon her predicamentor the fortune of the day. Before retiring, however, she satdown to think, and gave herself up to the most gloomyforebodings. Drouet had not put in an appearance. She had hadno word from any quarter, she had spent a dollar of her precioussum in procuring food and paying car fare. It was evident thatshe would not endure long. Besides, she had discovered noresource.

  • 亚瑟·苏兹伯格 07-29

    {  "Say," he said, suddenly; "where is Hurstwood now?"

  • 黄可可 07-29

      Carrie stood waiting a moment, hardly certain whether theinterview had terminated.