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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  She looked away, pleased that he should speak thus, longing to beequal to this feeling written upon her countenance. It unlockedthe door to a new desire.She had cause to ponder over this until they met again--severalweeks or more. It showed her she was drifting away from the oldideal which had filled her in the dressing-rooms of the Averystage and thereafter, for a long time. Why had she lost it?
2.  He pressed her closer and kissed her, and she felt that furtheropposition was useless.
3.  "If you'll do that, we'll call it off for the present and I'llget out."
4.  Carrie said nothing.
5.  Willie went off and presently returned with the information thatMr. Brown said she should sit down and that he would be around ina little while.
6.  Carrie saw no more of Mrs. Vance for several weeks, but she heardher play through the thin walls which divided the front rooms ofthe flats, and was pleased by the merry selection of pieces andthe brilliance of their rendition. She could play onlymoderately herself, and such variety as Mrs. Vance exercisedbordered, for Carrie, upon the verge of great art. Everythingshe had seen and heard thus far--the merest scraps and shadows--indicated that these people were, in a measure, refined and incomfortable circumstances. So Carrie was ready for any extensionof the friendship which might follow.


1.  "Yes, and there's the coal man," said Carrie.
2.  Carrie related the incidents of the rehearsal, warming up as sheproceeded.
3.  Hurstwood saw the difficulty of this thing, and yet it did notseem so terrible. Carrie was tired and dispirited, but now shecould rest. Viewing the world from his rocking-chair, itsbitterness did not seem to approach so rapidly. To-morrow wasanother day.
4.  "How long are you in town this time?" inquired Hurstwood.
5.  He walked on with her, elated beyond words, so delightful hadbeen the result. He impressed a long story of joy and affectionupon her, though there was but here and there a word. After ahalf-hour he began to realise that the meeting must come to anend, so exacting is the world.
6.  This was his one resource against the depression which held him.He could extract little from the wording of the letter, but thespirit he thought he knew.


1.  He was ignoring the last deception as something that might go bythe board. He wanted to convince her that his wife could nolonger be a factor in their relationship. The money he hadstolen he tried to shut out of his mind.
2.  Once the bright days of summer pass by, a city takes on thatsombre garb of grey, wrapt in which it goes about its laboursduring the long winter. Its endless buildings look grey, its skyand its streets assume a sombre hue; the scattered, leaflesstrees and wind-blown dust and paper but add to the generalsolemnity of colour. There seems to be something in the chillbreezes which scurry through the long, narrow thoroughfaresproductive of rueful thoughts. Not poets alone, nor artists, northat superior order of mind which arrogates to itself allrefinement, feel this, but dogs and all men. These feel as muchas the poet, though they have not the same power of expression.The sparrow upon the wire, the cat in the doorway, the dray horsetugging his weary load, feel the long, keen breaths of winter.It strikes to the heart of all life, animate and inanimate. Ifit were not for the artificial fires of merriment, the rush ofprofit-seeking trade, and pleasure-selling amusements; if thevarious merchants failed to make the customary display within andwithout their establishments; if our streets were not strung withsigns of gorgeous hues and thronged with hurrying purchasers, wewould quickly discover how firmly the chill hand of winter laysupon the heart; how dispiriting are the days during which the sunwithholds a portion of our allowance of light and warmth. We aremore dependent upon these things than is often thought. We areinsects produced by heat, and pass without it.
3.  The porter still gazed, trying to look indifferent. Then, seeingthat Hurstwood was about to go on, he said:
4.  "Oh, mamma, don't row,"; answered Jessica. "What's the matterthis morning, anyway?"
5.   "I think I'll sleep alone to-night. I have a headache."
6.  His wife had really not anticipated a row of this character. Shehad come down to the breakfast table feeling a little out ofsorts with herself and revolving a scheme which she had in hermind. Jessica had called her attention to the fact that theraces were not what they were supposed to be. The socialopportunities were not what they had thought they would be thisyear. The beautiful girl found going every day a dull thing.There was an earlier exodus this year of people who were anybodyto the watering places and Europe. In her own circle ofacquaintances several young men in whom she was interested hadgone to Waukesha. She began to feel that she would like to gotoo, and her mother agreed with her.


1.  "You," said Carrie, "you! What have you done for me?"
2.  "Have you made up your mind, George, when you will take yourvacation?"
3.  To-morrow came, and the next, and the next.
4、  "All alone?" she said.
5、  "To-morrow," he said, "you come down here and buy yourself askirt."




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      It was not for love of him, that he knew.

  • 斯图尔特·金 08-06

      The first week she got her thirty-five dollars, it seemed anenormous sum. Paying only three dollars for room rent seemedridiculous. After giving Lola her twenty-five, she still hadseven dollars left. With four left over from previous earnings,she had eleven. Five of this went to pay the regular installmenton the clothes she had to buy. The next week she was even ingreater feather. Now, only three dollars need be paid for roomrent and five on her clothes. The rest she had for food and herown whims.

  • 吴忠梅 08-06

       At this task she laboured incessantly for some time, findingrelief from her own nervous fears and imaginings in the humdrum,mechanical movement of the machine. She felt, as the minutespassed, that the room was not very light. It had a thick odourof fresh leather, but that did not worry her. She felt the eyesof the other help upon her, and troubled lest she was not workingfast enough.

  • 万斯佳 08-06

      Thus, ever, the voice of success.Still, she could not keep her secret. She tried to be calm andindifferent, but it was a palpable sham.

  • 沈燕斌 08-05

    {  While he was idly pondering, satisfied to be inside, a well-dressed man passed up the lobby, stopped, looked sharply, as ifnot sure of his memory, and then approached. Hurstwoodrecognised Cargill, the owner of the large stables in Chicago ofthe same name, whom he had last seen at Avery Hall, the nightCarrie appeared there. The remembrance of how this individualbrought up his wife to shake hands on that occasion was also onthe instant clear.

  • 马文佳 08-04

      At every first adventure, then, into some untried evil, the mindwavers. The clock of thought ticks out its wish and its denial.To those who have never experienced such a mental dilemma, thefollowing will appeal on the simple ground of revelation.}

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      "Ah, such little feet," said the leather of the soft new shoes;"how effectively I cover them. What a pity they should ever wantmy aid."

  • 俞敦伟 08-04

      "I see," said Carrie, and then, half-smiling to be agreeable, shewalked out.

  • 党赵飞 08-03

       "Have you ever had any experience?"

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    {  He looked around and hailed a cab, but he did so in a changedway.

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      "The paper said four men were hurt yesterday."