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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Oh, no," said Drouet, "just couldn't escape her this time."
2.  "You keep it," said Hurstwood sadly. "I only want enough to paythe grocer."
3.  "Don't what?" he asked. "What do you mean?"
4.  "You do?" he said, pressing his lips to her own.
5.  Unfortunately for the smooth progression of this affair, Drouetreturned. Hurstwood was sitting in his imposing little officethe next afternoon when he saw Drouet enter.
6.  The Boulevard at that time was little more than a country road.The part he intended showing her was much farther out on thissame West Side, where there was scarcely a house. It connectedDouglas Park with Washington or South Park, and was nothing morethan a neatly MADE road, running due south for some five milesover an open, grassy prairie, and then due east over the samekind of prairie for the same distance. There was not a house tobe encountered anywhere along the larger part of the route, andany conversation would be pleasantly free of interruption.


1.  Carrie had gone sobbing from the door to the window. She was soovercome she could not speak.
2.  "Look here, my man," said Hurstwood authoritatively, "you don'tunderstand anything about this case, and I can't explain to you.Whatever I intend to do I'll do without advice from the outside.You'll have to excuse me.""Well, now, there's no use of your talking that way," said theman, "when you're in the hands of the police. We can make a lotof trouble for you if we want to. You're not registered right inthis house, you haven't got your wife with you, and thenewspapers don't know you're here yet. You might as well bereasonable."
3.  The porter stared at him the while he continued to talk.
4.  Minnie, under the warming influence of Carrie's good spirits andher husband's somewhat conversational mood, began to tell Carrieof some of the well-known things to see--things the enjoyment ofwhich cost nothing.
5.  He was in the best form for entertaining this evening. Hisclothes were particularly new and rich in appearance. The coatlapels stood out with that medium stiffness which excellent clothpossesses. The vest was of a rich Scotch plaid, set with adouble row of round mother-of-pearl buttons. His cravat was ashiny combination of silken threads, not loud, not inconspicuous.What he wore did not strike the eye so forcibly as that whichDrouet had on, but Carrie could see the elegance of the material.Hurstwood's shoes were of soft, black calf, polished only to adull shine. Drouet wore patent leather but Carrie could not helpfeeling that there was a distinction in favour of the softleather, where all else was so rich. She noticed these thingsalmost unconsciously. They were things which would naturallyflow from the situation. She was used to Drouet's appearance.
6.  "But you've been saying that so long," she said, looking with herpretty face upturned into his.


1.  "No, sir," said Carrie, "it's Madenda."
2.  Now, however, they came thick and fast. Gentlemen with fortunesdid not hesitate to note, as an addition to their own amiablecollection of virtues, that they had their horses and carriages.Thus one:
3.  Hurstwood was an interesting character after his kind. He wasshrewd and clever in many little things, and capable of creatinga good impression. His managerial position was fairly important--a kind of stewardship which was imposing, but lacked financialcontrol. He had risen by perseverance and industry, through longyears of service, from the position of barkeeper in a commonplacesaloon to his present altitude. He had a little office in theplace, set off in polished cherry and grill-work, where he kept,in a roll-top desk, the rather simple accounts of the place--supplies ordered and needed. The chief executive and financialfunctions devolved upon the owners--Messrs. Fitzgerald and Moy--and upon a cashier who looked after the money taken in.
4.  She passed, not answering.
5.   "Pretty far--yes."
6.  "What's the matter with you?" he asked, looking into her face.His voice was hoarse and his unkempt head only added to itsgrewsome quality.


1.  Chapter XXIII
2.  Among the forces which sweep and play throughout the universe,untutored man is but a wisp in the wind. Our civilisation isstill in a middle stage, scarcely beast, in that it is no longerwholly guided by instinct; scarcely human, in that it is not yetwholly guided by reason. On the tiger no responsibility rests.We see him aligned by nature with the forces of life--he is borninto their keeping and without thought he is protected. We seeman far removed from the lairs of the jungles, his innateinstincts dulled by too near an approach to free-will, his free-will not sufficiently developed to replace his instincts andafford him perfect guidance.
3.  He went out into the streets and tramped north, along SeventhAvenue, idly fixing upon the Harlem River as an objective point.He had seen some ships up there, the time he had called upon thebrewers. He wondered how the territory thereabouts was growing.
4、  "I will," said Drouet, smilingly.
5、  While she was in this mood Drouet came in, bringing with him anentirely different atmosphere. It was dusk and Carrie had




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