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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "He's here in town. What makes you ask about him?"
2.  The following morning the train pulled safely into Montreal andthey stepped down, Hurstwood glad to be out of danger, Carriewondering at the novel atmosphere of the northern city. Longbefore, Hurstwood had been here, and now he remembered the nameof the hotel at which he had stopped. As they came out of themain entrance of the depot he heard it called anew by a busman.
3.  Not trained to reason or introspect himself, he could not analysethe change that was taking place in his mind, and hence his body,but he felt the depression of it. Constant comparison betweenhis old state and his new showed a balance for the worse, whichproduced a constant state of gloom or, at least, depression.Now, it has been shown experimentally that a constantly subduedframe of mind produces certain poisons in the blood, calledkatastates, just as virtuous feelings of pleasure and delightproduce helpful chemicals called anastates. The poisonsgenerated by remorse inveigh against the system, and eventuallyproduce marked physical deterioration. To these Hurstwood wassubject.
5.  "What are you looking for?"
6.  Minnie's womanly nature was higher than this. She figured thepossibilities in such cases.


1.  In this atmosphere Hurstwood had moved for a number of years, notthinking deeply concerning it. His was not the order of natureto trouble for something better, unless the better wasimmediately and sharply contrasted. As it was, he received andgave, irritated sometimes by the little displays of selfishindifference, pleased at times by some show of finery whichsupposedly made for dignity and social distinction. The life ofthe resort which he managed was his life. There he spent most ofhis time. When he went home evenings the house looked nice.With rare exceptions the meals were acceptable, being the kindthat an ordinary servant can arrange. In part, he was interestedin the talk of his son and daughter, who always looked well. Thevanity of Mrs. Hurstwood caused her to keep her person rathershowily arrayed, but to Hurstwood this was much better thanplainness. There was no love lost between them. There was nogreat feeling of dissatisfaction. Her opinion on any subject wasnot startling. They did not talk enough together to come to theargument of any one point. In the accepted and popular phrase,she had her ideas and he had his. Once in a while he would meeta woman whose youth, sprightliness, and humour would make hiswife seem rather deficient by contrast, but the temporarydissatisfaction which such an encounter might arouse would becounterbalanced by his social position and a certain matter ofpolicy. He could not complicate his home life, because it mightaffect his relations with his employers. They wanted noscandals. A man, to hold his position, must have a dignifiedmanner, a clean record, a respectable home anchorage. Thereforehe was circumspect in all he did, and whenever he appeared in thepublic ways in the afternoon, or on Sunday, it was with his wife,and sometimes his children. He would visit the local resorts, orthose near by in Wisconsin, and spend a few stiff, polished daysstrolling about conventional places doing conventional things.He knew the need of it.
2.  Drouet hesitated, now that he was in her presence, uncertain asto what course to pursue. He was no diplomat. He could neitherread nor see.
3.  Chapter XLII
4.  "Just think," said Carrie, "I have been in this house with nineother families for over a year and I don't know a soul. Thesepeople have been here over a month and I haven't seen any onebefore this morning."
5.  "Why, Sister Carrie!" she began, and there was embrace ofwelcome.
6.  "It's fine to be a good actress," came distinctly back.


1.  "Well, that's funny," said Drouet. "He did, you know. It was inall the papers."
2.  "Well, sit down over there."
3.  "So you didn't get it?" said Minnie, referring to Carrie's storyof the Boston Store.
4.  Passion in a man of Hurstwood's nature takes a vigorous form. Itis no musing, dreamy thing. There is none of the tendency tosing outside of my lady's window--to languish and repine in theface of difficulties. In the night he was long getting to sleepbecause of too much thinking, and in the morning he was earlyawake, seizing with alacrity upon the same dear subject andpursuing it with vigour. He was out of sorts physically, as wellas disordered mentally, for did he not delight in a new manner inhis Carrie, and was not Drouet in the way? Never was man moreharassed than he by the thoughts of his love being held by theelated, flush-mannered drummer. He would have given anything, itseemed to him, to have the complication ended--to have Carrieacquiesce to an arrangement which would dispose of Droueteffectually and forever.
5.   "The stage," he went on, "is all right if you can be one of thebig guns, but there's nothing to the rest of it. It takes a longwhile to get up."
6.  "To Detroit," said Hurstwood.


1.  "Would you mind putting it off a few days?"
2.  This is all that was said at the time, owing to an interruption,but later they met again. He was sitting in a corner afterdinner, staring at the floor, when Carrie came up with another ofthe guests. Hard work had given his face the look of one who isweary. It was not for Carrie to know the thing in it whichappealed to her.
3.  "You'd better see the manager of the company," he returned, "buthe isn't here now."
4、  Chapter XL
5、  "Aren't you very tired?" he said.




  • 蔡秋绒 08-03

      "Well, I have an engagement with a friend upstairs. I'll leaveyou. So long."

  • 董洁如 08-03

      He plunged his face in a basin of water, and puffed and blew ashe rubbed his neck and ears with his hands, while Carrie gazedupon him with mingled thoughts of recollection and presentjudgment. He was still wiping his face, when he continued:

  • 霍奇 08-03

       "You did," he answered, seeing that he was arousing opposition,"but Chicago isn't New York, by a big jump."

  • 姚汉洲 08-03

      "Start your machine," he said, "start your machine. Don't keepthe line waiting."

  • 张北元 08-02

    {  As a result of this, she noticed a shade of thought pass over hisface, as if he were beginning to realise that things werechanged. Good-nature dictated something better than this for onewho had always liked her.

  • 江坤 08-01

      "So I was," he exclaimed. "I couldn't help the interruption, butI made up for it afterward by working until two."}

  • 邱仁杰 08-01

      "Oh, he'll go back to his brick business. He has a brick-yard,you know."

  • 王学龙 08-01

      As she was going through the room to begin preparing dinner,Carrie said:

  • 王正碧 07-31

       "I am yours truly."

  • 罗密欧 07-29

    {  On this trip he enjoyed himself thoroughly, and when it was overhe was sorry to get back. He was not willingly a prevaricator,and hated thoroughly to make explanations concerning it. Thewhole incident was glossed over with general remarks, but Mrs.Hurstwood gave the subject considerable thought. She drove outmore, dressed better, and attended theatres freely to make up forit.

  • 黄庭坚 07-29

      They talked some few minutes on general topics.