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日期:2020-08-05 10:46:20

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Carrie sensed the root of the opposition at once.
2.  Chapter XX
3.  "I see meat's gone up," said one.
4.  It was some time before she could collect her thoughts, but whenshe did, this truth began to take on importance. She was quitealone. Suppose Drouet did not come back? Suppose she shouldnever hear anything more of him? This fine arrangement ofchambers would not last long. She would have to quit them.
5.  "I'll get out of this," he said to himself.
6.  "How did he hurt himself?" she asked--meaning what was the natureof his injuries. Hurstwood understood. He hated to lie any morethan necessary, and yet he wanted no protests until he was out ofdanger.


1.  The spirit of the place impressed itself on her in a rough way.She did not venture to look around, but above the clack of themachine she could hear an occasional remark. She could also notea thing or two out of the side of her eye.
2.  "Better go on in," he said. "I'm much obliged, but I won'tbother you any more."
3.  "Very well," said Carrie, who was so disturbed that she could notbring a proper attitude to bear in the matter. She was stillnervous to reach Drouet and see what could be the matter.Hurstwood contemplated her and felt this. He was not disturbedthat it should be so. He did not trouble because she was movedsympathetically in the matter. It was one of the qualities inher which pleased him exceedingly. He was only thinking how heshould explain. Even this was not the most serious thing in hismind, however. His own deed and present flight were the greatshadows which weighed upon him.
4.  He was a brotherly sort of creature in his demeanour. When he hadscouted the idea of that kind of toil, he took another tack.Carrie was really very pretty. Even then, in her commonplacegarb, her figure was evidently not bad, and her eyes were largeand gentle. Drouet looked at her and his thoughts reached home.She felt his admiration. It was powerfully backed by hisliberality and good-humour. She felt that she liked him--thatshe could continue to like him ever so much. There was somethingeven richer than that, running as a hidden strain, in her mind.Every little while her eyes would meet his, and by that means theinterchanging current of feeling would be fully connected.
5.  "Well, all I have is tied up in there just now. If I had achance to save a while I think I could open a place that wouldgive us plenty of money."
6.  Going to Miss Osborne's that afternoon, she found that littlelady packing and singing.


1.  On the stage, six of the characters had already appeared in theopening parlour scene. Drouet and Hurstwood saw at a glance thatCarrie was not among them, and went on talking in a whisper.Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Hoagland, and the actor who had takenBamberger's part were representing the principal roles in thisscene. The professional, whose name was Patton, had little torecommend him outside of his assurance, but this at the presentmoment was most palpably needed. Mrs. Morgan, as Pearl, wasstiff with fright. Mrs. Hoagland was husky in the throat. Thewhole company was so weak-kneed that the lines were merelyspoken, and nothing more. It took all the hope and uncriticalgood-nature of the audience to keep from manifesting pity by thatunrest which is the agony of failure.
2.  Such little arguments were all too frequent, the result of agrowth of natures which were largely independent and selfish.George, Jr., manifested even greater touchiness and exaggerationin the matter of his individual rights, and attempted to make allfeel that he was a man with a man's privileges--an assumptionwhich, of all things, is most groundless and pointless in a youthof nineteen.
3.  "She's making more than she says," thought Hurstwood. "She saysshe's making twelve, but that wouldn't buy all those things. Idon't care. Let her keep her money. I'll get something againone of these days. Then she can go to the deuce."
4.  "I won't," said Carrie, who was, nevertheless, complying againsther will. "Let me go," she said. "How dare you?" and largetears began to gather in her eyes.
5.   "Like what?" said Carrie, unwitting of what was coming.
6.  "Will you marry me?" she asked, forgetting how.


1.  "Well, my dear," he asked, "how did you come out?"
2.  "As mother felt in her pocket for some change, her fingerstouched a cold and trembling hand which had clutched her purse."
3.  When she entered the room, however, her appearance gave himcourage. She looked simple and charming enough to strengthen thedaring of any lover. Her apparent nervousness dispelled his own.
4、  While he was doing so, the youth who had advised him to come hereentered, and, seeing Hurstwood, tried to be genial.
5、  "Miss Madenda," said Quincel.




  • 屈文进 08-04

      They went with him to the door and there was his cab waiting, itsred lamps gleaming cheerfully in the shadow.

  • 尹鸿 08-04

      "I didn't marry you," he said, in a snarling tone.

  • 沙西米 08-04

       "Where has Carrie gone?" asked Hanson, coming back into thedining-room when he heard the door close.

  • 宋敏涛 08-04

      At the theatre things passed as they had in Hurstwood's favour.If he had been pleasing to Carrie before, how much more so was henow. His grace was more permeating because it found a readiermedium. Carrie watched his every movement with pleasure. Shealmost forgot poor Drouet, who babbled on as if he were the host.

  • 张占胜 08-03

    {  "Well?" he said, seeing her relieved face.

  • 陈大明 08-02

      Coming back, he resumed his place and began again.}

  • 吴律师 08-02

      "Been home yet?" finally asked Hurstwood.

  • 姚东明 08-02

      "Say," he said, "how would you like to take the part?"

  • 周金刚 08-01

       "When will I see you again?"

  • 卡尔·马龙 07-30

    {  Now he looked up in her face, for she was standing a moment,while he sat.

  • 许泽宏 07-30

      "Only a few days."