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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Twelve cents, gentlemen--twelve cents puts this man to bed. Hewouldn't stand here in the cold if he had any place to go."
2.  One of the principal comedy companies of the day was playing anengagement at the Grand Opera House. Here Carrie asked to seethe manager of the company. She little knew the trivialauthority of this individual, or that had there been a vacancy anactor would have been sent on from New York to fill it.
3.  "Well, I should say so. That's the way. Put life into it. Youdid that about a thousand per cent. better than you did theother scene. Now go on and fire up. You can do it. Knock 'em."
4.  Drouet smiled at his good-nature.
5.  Chapter XX
6.  "But they will," said Lola. "You'll see. You do better thanmost that get theirs in now."


1.  "Come on," he said gently, "you're all right."
2.  Carrie did not go very far, after all. She returned and stood inthe door. The next day they went out to Garfield Park, but itdid not please her. She did not look well enough. In the shopnext day she heard the highly coloured reports which girls giveof their trivial amusements. They had been happy. On severaldays it rained and she used up car fare. One night she gotthoroughly soaked, going to catch the car at Van Buren Street.All that evening she sat alone in the front room looking out uponthe street, where the lights were reflected on the wet pavements,thinking. She had imagination enough to be moody.
3.  Minnie pondered a while, not upon whether she could or would go--for that point was already negatively settled with her--but uponsome means of diverting the thoughts of her sister to some othertopic.
4.  "I don't know what it is about music," she started to say, movedby the inexplicable longings which surged within her; "but italways makes me feel as if I wanted something--I----"
5.  "Mind how you address me, missy. I'll not have it. Hear me now;I'll not have it!"
6.  "You'd better sleep alone," she said, "you'll feel better. I'llopen your bed for you now."


1.  As he did so, a layer of bills, in parcels of a thousand, such asbanks issue, caught his eye. He could not tell how much theyrepresented, but paused to view them. Then he pulled out thesecond of the cash drawers. In that were the receipts of theday.
2.  "A Gold Mine."
3.  "Go back home, I guess."
4.  "About that, I guess," said Hurstwood.
5.   That night he dined at Rector's and returned at once to hisoffice. In the bustle and show of the latter was his onlyrelief. He troubled over many little details and talkedperfunctorily to everybody. He stayed at his desk long after allothers had gone, and only quitted it when the night watchman onhis round pulled at the front door to see if it was safelylocked.
6.  "If I can only get over this summer," he added, "I think I'll beall right. I'm hearing from some of my friends again."


1.  "Ain't you afraid you'll hurt yourself?" he asked.
2.  Nevertheless, he started out. His clothes were very good and hisappearance still excellent, but it involved the trouble ofdeluding. People, looking at him, imagined instantly that a manof his age, stout and well dressed, must be well off. Heappeared a comfortable owner of something, a man from whom thecommon run of mortals could well expect gratuities. Being nowforty-three years of age, and comfortably built, walking was noteasy. He had not been used to exercise for many years. His legstired, his shoulders ached, and his feet pained him at the closeof the day, even when he took street cars in almost everydirection. The mere getting up and down, if long continued,produced this result.
3.  During all this time--a period rapidly approaching three years--Hurstwood had been moving along in an even path. There was noapparent slope downward, and distinctly none upward, so far asthe casual observer might have seen. But psychologically therewas a change, which was marked enough to suggest the future verydistinctly indeed. This was in the mere matter of the halt hiscareer had received when he departed from Chicago. A man'sfortune or material progress is very much the same as his bodilygrowth. Either he is growing stronger, healthier, wiser, as theyouth approaching manhood, or he is growing weaker, older, lessincisive mentally, as the man approaching old age. There are noother states. Frequently there is a period between the cessationof youthful accretion and the setting in, in the case of themiddle-aged man, of the tendency toward decay when the twoprocesses are almost perfectly balanced and there is little doingin either direction. Given time enough, however, the balancebecomes a sagging to the grave side. Slowly at first, then witha modest momentum, and at last the graveward process is in thefull swing. So it is frequently with man's fortune. If itsprocess of accretion is never halted, if the balancing stage isnever reached, there will be no toppling. Rich men are,frequently, in these days, saved from this dissolution of theirfortune by their ability to hire younger brains. These youngerbrains look upon the interests of the fortune as their own, andso steady and direct its progress. If each individual were leftabsolutely to the care of his own interests, and were given timeenough in which to grow exceedingly old, his fortune would passas his strength and will. He and his would be utterly dissolvedand scattered unto the four winds of the heavens.
4、  It was thus that the little theatre resounded to a babble ofsuccessful voices, the creak of fine clothes, the commonplace ofgood-nature, and all largely because of this man's bidding. Lookat him any time within the half hour before the curtain was up,he was a member of an eminent group--a rounded company of five ormore whose stout figures, large white bosoms, and shining pinsbespoke the character of their success. The gentlemen whobrought their wives called him out to shake hands. Seatsclicked, ushers bowed while he looked blandly on. He wasevidently a light among them, reflecting in his personality theambitions of those who greeted him. He was acknowledged, fawnedupon, in a way lionised. Through it all one could see thestanding of the man. It was greatness in a way, small as it was.
5、  "You're not still thinking about being an actress, are you?" heasked.




  • 洪七公 08-09

      "'We sail for Liverpool from New York,'" Jessica exclaimed,mocking her acquaintance. "'Expect to spend most of the "summah"in France,'--vain thing. As If it was anything to go to Europe."

  • 温航文 08-09

      "They've got the militia on their side," he thought. "Thereisn't anything those men can do."

  • 李莎莎 08-09

       "Well, she can afford it as long as he puts up for it," returnedHurstwood. "He's got a soft job."

  • 陈伟建 08-09

      "All right," he answered, softly. "I'll give it back to you someday."

  • 韩埠际 08-08

    {  "Oh, dinner."

  • 鲁伯特·山德斯 08-07

      "Three hundred and forty dollars," he said.}

  • 仝存瑞 08-07

      "It's fine to be a good actress," came distinctly back.

  • 马乐案 08-07

      At eleven o'clock of another evening, perhaps two weeks later, hewas at the midnight offering of a loaf--waiting patiently. Ithad been an unfortunate day with him, but now he took his fatewith a touch of philosophy. If he could secure no supper, or washungry late in the evening, here was a place he could come. Afew minutes before twelve, a great box of bread was pushed out,and exactly on the hour a portly, round-faced German tookposition by it, calling "Ready." The whole line at once movedforward each taking his loaf in turn and going his separate way.On this occasion, the ex-manager ate his as he went plodding thedark streets in silence to his bed.

  • 李燕正 08-06

       "Say, she was a little dandy, I tell you," went on Drouetconfidentially, and trying to impress his friend.

  • 张晓璐 08-04

    {  All this she thought of as Drouet rummaged the drawers forcollars and laboured long and painstakingly at finding a shirt-stud. He was in no hurry to rush this matter. He felt anattraction to Carrie which would not down. He could not thinkthat the thing would end by his walking out of the room. Theremust be some way round, some way to make her own up that he wasright and she was wrong--to patch up a peace and shut outHurstwood for ever. Mercy, how he turned at the man's shamelessduplicity.

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      "What are your rates?" she inquired.