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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  As she passed out along the hall after getting her hat, a youngmachine hand, attracted by her looks, made bold to jest with her.
2.  This going back to the flat was coupled with the thought thatCarrie would think he was sitting around too much if he came homeearly. He hoped he wouldn't have to, but the day hung heavily onhis hands. Over there he was on his own ground. He could sit inhis rocking-chair and read. This busy, distracting, suggestivescene was shut out. He could read his papers. Accordingly, hewent home. Carrie was reading, quite alone. It was rather darkin the flat, shut in as it was.
3.  "Stand up, why don't you?" said the girl at her right, withoutany form of introduction. "They won't care."
4.  "If you think so," she answered, her manner being so enforcedlyreserved as to almost excite suspicion. Drouet noticed somethingbut he thought it was due to her feelings concerning their talkabout marriage."He called once, he said."
5.  "She's going along with me this time," said Drouet.
6.  "How much do I get?" she inquired.


1.  "I'll tell you, Carrie, if you'll be quiet. I want you to comealong with me to another city,"
2.  "He said he saw us with Eddie Harris at Martin's last night.""No!" They both giggled.
3.  "When?"
4.  Doing her simple part, Carrie gradually realised the meaning ofthe applause which was for her, and it was sweet. She feltmildly guilty of something--perhaps unworthiness. When herassociates addressed her in the wings she only smiled weakly.The pride and daring of place were not for her. It never oncecrossed her mind to be reserved or haughty--to be other than shehad been. After the performances she rode to her room with Lola,in a carriage provided.
5.  Carrie timidly waited, standing. There were chairs, but no onemotioned her to be seated. The individual to whom the managerhad been talking went away quite crestfallen. That luminarygazed earnestly at some papers before him, as if they were of thegreatest concern.
6.  "Now, now," he said, walking. "There, there," and there was acertain Swedish accent noticeable in his voice.


1.  "I must get out of this," he thought.
2.  "I don't know," said Carrie; "I'll go down Monday and see if Ican't get something."
3.  She recalled, with more subtle emotions, that he did not look ather now with any of the old light of satisfaction or approval inhis eye. Evidently, along with other things, he was taking herto be getting old and uninteresting. He saw her wrinkles,perhaps. She was fading, while he was still preening himself inhis elegance and youth. He was still an interested factor in themerry-makings of the world, while she--but she did not pursue thethought. She only found the whole situation bitter, and hatedhim for it thoroughly.
4.  Carrie noted the elegantly carpeted and decorated hall, themarbled lobby, and showy waiting-room. It was such a place asshe had often dreamed of occupying.
5.   "What is the play, did you say?"
6.  Mrs. Hurstwood kept on arranging her hair, not so much asdeigning a glance.


1.  He only looked at her in the most kindly and mollifying way.
2.  "What time will we have to start?" asked Carrie.
3.  Her little brain had been surging with contradictory feelings--shame at exposure, shame at Hurstwood's perfidy, anger atDrouet's deception, the mockery he had made at her. Now oneclear idea came into her head. He was at fault. There was nodoubt about it. Why did he bring Hurstwood out--Hurstwood, amarried man, and never say a word to her? Never mind now aboutHurstwood's perfidy--why had he done this? Why hadn't he warnedher? There he stood now, guilty of this miserable breach ofconfidence and talking about what he had done for her!
4、  Hurstwood went down and out. He walked straight away in thedirection indicated, while the policemen looked after.
5、  "Well, you can bet that you're all right," said Drouet. "You cantake my word for that. You won't fail."




  • 吴奇勇 08-02

      "You mustn't look at me steadily then," she answered, mindful ofthe power of his eyes.

  • 陈赫 08-02

      "That fellow at the door there didn't want to let me in, until Ipaid him. I knew it was you, all right. Say, you've got a greatshow. You do your part fine. I knew you would. I just happenedto be passing to night and thought I'd drop in for a few minutes.I saw your name on the programme, but I didn't remember it untilyou came on the stage. Then it struck me all at once. Say, youcould have knocked me down with a feather. That's the same nameyou used out there in Chicago, isn't it?"

  • 钟丹妮 08-02

       The other half of this picture came when young Blyford, son ofBlyford, the soap manufacturer, walked home with her. Mrs.Hurstwood was on the third floor, sitting in a rocking-chairreading, and happened to look out at the time.

  • 波尔卡 08-02

      "How about this ad of yours?" asked Hurstwood, who ratherobjected to the looks of the place.

  • 谭利娅 08-01

    {  "I didn't intend to," he answered, easily.

  • 卢婷婷 07-31

      He could not have introduced a more incongruous proposition. Itmade clear to Carrie that he could not sympathise with her. Shecould not have framed thoughts which would have expressed hisdefect or made clear the difference between them, but she feltit. It was his first great mistake.}

  • 陈宗滨 07-31

      "You'll stay with me, won't you?" he asked.

  • 冀补淀 07-31

      "I thought you were going to run off and leave me," she said.

  • 黄康 07-30

       "So long," said the other, smiling affably and going on.

  • 刘强 07-28

    {  "How's that?" he thought. "They've had a row."

  • 蔡塘路 07-28

      Thus the first hour of misgiving was swept away.