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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  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.
2.  He had raised his eyes solemnly and was looking into her own. Heassumed that he had struck a deep chord. Now was a slight chanceto say a word in his own behalf. He leaned over quietly andcontinued his steady gaze. He felt the critical character of theperiod. She endeavoured to stir, but it was useless. The wholestrength of a man's nature was working. He had good cause tourge him on. He looked and looked, and the longer the situationlasted the more difficult it became. The little shop-girl wasgetting into deep water. She was letting her few supports floataway from her.
3.  In the city, at that time, there were a number of charitiessimilar in nature to that of the captain's, which Hurstwood nowpatronised in a like unfortunate way. One was a convent mission-house of the Sisters of Mercy in Fifteenth Street--a row of redbrick family dwellings, before the door of which hung a plainwooden contribution box, on which was painted the statement thatevery noon a meal was given free to all those who might apply andask for aid. This simple announcement was modest in the extreme,covering, as it did, a charity so broad. Institutions andcharities are so large and so numerous in New York that suchthings as this are not often noticed by the more comfortablysituated. But to one whose mind is upon the matter, they growexceedingly under inspection. Unless one were looking up thismatter in particular, he could have stood at Sixth Avenue andFifteenth Street for days around the noon hour and never havenoticed that out of the vast crowd that surged along that busythoroughfare there turned out, every few seconds, some weather-beaten, heavy-footed specimen of humanity, gaunt in countenanceand dilapidated in the matter of clothes. The fact is none theless true, however, and the colder the day the more apparent itbecame. Space and a lack of culinary room in the mission-house,compelled an arrangement which permitted of only twenty-five orthirty eating at one time, so that a line had to be formedoutside and an orderly entrance effected. This caused a dailyspectacle which, however, had become so common by repetitionduring a number of years that now nothing was thought of it. Themen waited patiently, like cattle, in the coldest weather--waitedfor several hours before they could be admitted. No questionswere asked and no service rendered. They ate and went awayagain, some of them returning regularly day after day the winterthrough.
4.  "Where?" she asked, looking up.
5.  "Who's sneaking?" he asked, mildly conscious of error on hispart, but certain that he was wronged.
6.  "Got an appointment with him?"


1.  "You can have it if you want it," he remarked.
2.  "She oughtn't to be thinking about spending her money on theatresalready, do you think?" he said.
3.  The next day it was still snowing, and the next, bitter cold.Hurstwood took the alarm of the paper and sat still. Now hevolunteered to do a few other little things. One was to go tothe butcher, another to the grocery. He really thought nothingof these little services in connection with their truesignificance. He felt as if he were not wholly useless--indeed,in such a stress of weather, quite worth while about the house.
4.  The man gave him a last push and closed the door. As he did so,Hurstwood slipped and fell in the snow. It hurt him, and somevague sense of shame returned. He began to cry and swearfoolishly.
5.  "That's nice!" he answered, becoming angered now at the sense ofhis own approaching loss. "Use everything and abuse me and thenwalk off. That's just like a woman. I take you when you haven'tgot anything, and then when some one else comes along, why I'm nogood. I always thought it'd come out that way."
6.  "Oh, I'll help you," said Carrie, feeling quite hardhearted atthus forcing him to humbly appeal, and yet her desire for thebenefit of her earnings wrung a faint protest from her.


1.  "You can come to-day or to-morrow--the earlier the better--and wewill give you your choice of nice, light, outside rooms--the verybest we have."
2.  "Oh, about six and six," said the other."Rotten weather, isn't it?"
3.  "He could go along," said Carrie.
4.  "How have you been?" asked Hurstwood gently, for he now breathedeasier.
5.   "How much have you?" inquired Hurstwood.
6.  The important night of the first real performance came. She didnot suggest to Hurstwood that he come and see. He did not thinkof going. It would only be money wasted. She had such a smallpart.


1.  Minnie said she would, and Hanson read his paper.
2.  "I'll be there," said Hurstwood affectionately. "I can fix it sohe won't know you told me. You leave it to me."
3.  "It's funny," she replied, still doubting.
4、  "I didn't intend to," he answered, easily.
5、  "Oh, do come. They're awful nice boys. We'll get you back intime. We're only going for a drive in Central Park."Carrie thought a while, and at last yielded.




  • 陈耕 08-05


  • 侍行湖 08-05

      "I've been out home," she said.

  • 王一菲 08-05

       In the lobby of the Imperial, Mr. Charles Drouet was justarriving, shaking the snow from a very handsome ulster. Badweather had driven him home early and stirred his desire forthose pleasures which shut out the snow and gloom of life. Agood dinner, the company of a young woman, and an evening at thetheatre were the chief things for him.

  • 杨志亮 08-05

      "Are you satisfied?" he asked, thinking of how well she did thenight before.

  • 松槚 08-04

    {  Carrie put out her hand, smiling, if for nothing more than theman's exuberant good-nature. Though older, he was but slightlychanged. The same fine clothes, the same stocky body, the samerosy countenance.

  • 郝和平 08-03

      "What sort of a play is it?"}

  • 王德安 08-03

      "Come on, now," he went on; "it's all right. Let's waltz alittle to that music."

  • 高荣 08-03

      "Ever had any experience?" he asked again, almost severely.

  • 哈利-波特 08-02

       She opened her purse and laid down a half dollar. He pretendednot to notice it.

  • 房智辉 07-31

    {  Carrie looked about her, after she had drunk a tinful of waterfrom a bucket in one corner, for a place to sit and eat. Theother girls had ranged themselves about the windows or the work-benches of those of the men who had gone out. She saw no placewhich did not hold a couple or a group of girls, and being tootimid to think of intruding herself, she sought out her machineand, seated upon her stool, opened her lunch on her lap. Thereshe sat listening to the chatter and comment about her. It was,for the most part, silly and graced by the current slang.Several of the men in the room exchanged compliments with thegirls at long range.

  • 包宪斌 07-31

      "I never tried," said Carrie.