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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The true meaning of money yet remains to be popularly explainedand comprehended. When each individual realises for himself thatthis thing primarily stands for and should only be accepted as amoral due--that it should be paid out as honestly stored energy,and not as a usurped privilege--many of our social, religious,and political troubles will have permanently passed. As forCarrie, her understanding of the moral significance of money wasthe popular understanding, nothing more. The old definition:"Money: something everybody else has and I must get," would haveexpressed her understanding of it thoroughly. Some of it she nowheld in her hand--two soft, green ten-dollar bills--and she feltthat she was immensely better off for the having of them. It wassomething that was power in itself. One of her order of mindwould have been content to be cast away upon a desert island witha bundle of money, and only the long strain of starvation wouldhave taught her that in some cases it could have no value. Eventhen she would have had no conception of the relative value ofthe thing; her one thought would, undoubtedly, have concerned thepity of having so much power and the inability to use it.
2.  At home was Hurstwood, daily giving her cause for thought. Heseemed to get nothing to do, and yet he made bold to inquire howshe was getting along. The regularity with which he did thissmacked of some one who was waiting to live upon her labour. Nowthat she had a visible means of support, this irritated her. Heseemed to be depending upon her little twelve dollars.
3.  "Aw, let me go," she exclaimed angrily. "Duffer."
4.  Now, when such little things, such as the proposed earlier startto Waukesha, came up, they made clear to him his position. Hewas being made to follow, was not leading. When, in addition, asharp temper was manifested, and to the process of shoulderinghim out of his authority was added a rousing intellectual kick,such as a sneer or a cynical laugh, he was unable to keep histemper. He flew into hardly repressed passion, and wishedhimself clear of the whole household. It seemed a mostirritating drag upon all his desires and opportunities.
5.  The immediate result of this was nothing. Results from suchthings are usually long in growing. Morning brings a change offeeling. The existent condition invariably pleads for itself.It is only at odd moments that we get glimpses of the misery ofthings. The heart understands when it is confronted withcontrasts. Take them away and the ache subsides.
6.  "The first rehearsal is Friday night. I'll get the part for youto-night."


1.  Now he looked up in her face, for she was standing a moment,while he sat.
2.  "It's been gloomy to-day, hasn't it?" ventured Carrie, after atime.
3.  "Yes," said the clerk, marvelling at such ignorance of a commonfact. "You can get it at the news-stands," he added politely,seeing how pretty the inquirer was.
4.  With the wane of the afternoon went her hopes, her courage, andher strength. She had been astonishingly persistent. So earnestan effort was well deserving of a better reward. On every hand,to her fatigued senses, the great business portion grew larger,harder, more stolid in its indifference. It seemed as if it wasall closed to her, that the struggle was too fierce for her tohope to do anything at all. Men and women hurried by in long,shifting lines. She felt the flow of the tide of effort andinterest--felt her own helplessness without quite realising thewisp on the tide that she was. She cast about vainly for somepossible place to apply, but found no door which she had thecourage to enter. It would be the same thing all over. The oldhumiliation of her plea, rewarded by curt denial. Sick at heartand in body, she turned to the west, the direction of Minnie'sflat, which she had now fixed in mind, and began that wearisome,baffled retreat which the seeker for employment at nightfall toooften makes. In passing through Fifth Avenue, south towards VanBuren Street, where she intended to take a car, she passed thedoor of a large wholesale shoe house, through the plate-glasswindows of which she could see a middle-aged gentleman sitting ata small desk. One of those forlorn impulses which often grow outof a fixed sense of defeat, the last sprouting of a baffled anduprooted growth of ideas, seized upon her. She walkeddeliberately through the door and up to the gentleman, who lookedat her weary face with partially awakened interest.
5.  Hurstwood was something of a romanticist after his kind. He wascapable of strong feelings--often poetic ones--and under a stressof desire, such as the present, he waxed eloquent. That is, hisfeelings and his voice were coloured with that seeming repressionand pathos which is the essence of eloquence.
6.  Hurstwood shifted by curious means through a long summer andfall. A small job as janitor of a dance hall helped him for amonth. Begging, sometimes going hungry, sometimes sleeping inthe park, carried him over more days. Resorting to thosepeculiar charities, several of which, in the press of hungrysearch, he accidentally stumbled upon, did the rest. Toward thedead of winter, Carrie came back, appearing on Broadway in a newplay; but he was not aware of it. For weeks he wandered aboutthe city, begging, while the fire sign, announcing herengagement, blazed nightly upon the crowded street of amusements.Drouet saw it, but did not venture in.


1.  "We'll go without you."
2.  The next morning at breakfast she felt like apologising.
3.  "Oh, very well," returned Carrie. "How have you been?"
4.  "Yes," smiled Drouet, approaching and looking in at the door.
5.   "Jessica," said her mother, who was also a study in what goodclothing can do for age, "push that pin down in your tie--it'scoming up."
6.  "I don't know until I look it over. You know I'm afraid, nowthat I've said I would."


1.  He sighed.
2.  "Is it far?" said Carrie, as he hurried back.
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、  Tactfully, Mrs. Vance avoided the subject of Hurstwood, of whomshe could not help thinking. No doubt Carrie had left him. Thatmuch she surmised.
5、  "Well, she can afford it as long as he puts up for it," returnedHurstwood. "He's got a soft job."




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      "They must have some place around here," he thought. "Where doesthat fellow from Newark stay?"

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      He adjusted his paper very comfortably and continued. It was theone thing he read with absorbing interest.

  • 庄振生 08-04

       "You wouldn't mind it if you were working," she answered.

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      "Will you?" he repeated.

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    {  "Of course," he answered, "you know I will."

  • 许艳 08-02

      After he had all the money in the handbag, a revulsion of feelingseized him. He would not do it--no! Think of what a scandal itwould make. The police! They would be after him. He would haveto fly, and where? Oh, the terror of being a fugitive fromjustice! He took out the two boxes and put all the money back.In his excitement he forgot what he was doing, and put the sumsin the wrong boxes. As he pushed the door to, he thought heremembered doing it wrong and opened the door again. There werethe two boxes mixed.}

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      "I'm so glad to see you," said Carrie, pleased and yetnonplussed. Of all times, this was the worst to encounter Mrs.Vance. "Why, I'm living down town here. I've been intending tocome and see you. Where are you living now?"

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      "Yes," said Hurstwood, whose face was a study.

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       "Lord!" he said, in his own thoughts, "this can't go on."

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    {  "You ought to have a piano here, Drouet," said Hurstwood, smilingat Carrie, on the evening in question, "so that your wife couldplay."

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      They were happy in being near one another--in looking into eachother's eyes. Finally, when the long flush of delight had subsided, he said: