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日期:2020-08-06 13:06:55

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  It began with the approach of two or three, who hung about theclosed wooden doors and beat their feet to keep them warm. Theyhad on faded derby hats with dents in them. Their misfit coatswere heavy with melted snow and turned up at the collars. Theirtrousers were mere bags, frayed at the bottom and wobbling overbig, soppy shoes, torn at the sides and worn almost to shreds.They made no effort to go in, but shifted ruefully about, diggingtheir hands deep in their pockets and leering at the crowd andthe increasing lamps. With the minutes, increased the number.There were old men with grizzled beards and sunken eyes, men whowere comparatively young but shrunken by diseases, men who weremiddle-aged. None were fat. There was a face in the thick ofthe collection which was as white as drained veal. There wasanother red as brick. Some came with thin, rounded shoulders,others with wooden legs, still others with frames so lean thatclothes only flapped about them. There were great ears, swollennoses, thick lips, and, above all, red, blood-shot eyes. Not anormal, healthy face in the whole mass; not a straight figure;not a straightforward, steady glance.
2.  In his sober senses, he could scarcely realise that the thing hadbeen done. He could not begin to feel that he was a fugitivefrom justice. He had often read of such things, and had thoughtthey must be terrible, but now that the thing was upon him, heonly sat and looked into the past. The future was a thing whichconcerned the Canadian line. He wanted to reach that. As forthe rest he surveyed his actions for the evening, and countedthem parts of a great mistake.
3.  "Working," said Carrie.
4.  They listened a few moments in silence, touched by the samefeeling, only hers reached her through the heart. Music stillcharmed her as in the old days.
5.  She was extremely happy now that she understood. She loved himthe more for thinking that he would rescue her so. As for him,the marriage clause did not dwell in his mind. He was thinkingthat with such affection there could be no bar to his eventualhappiness.
6.  She turned and recognised him on the instant. If there ever hadlurked any feeling in her heart against him, it deserted her now.Still, she remembered what Drouet said about his having stolenthe money.


1.  Hurstwood was arraying himself in one of his perfection vestsbefore the glass at the time.
2.  "Yes," said Hurstwood, lying blandly. "I'm just going for ashave."
3.  "Did she say when?"
4.  "I wouldn't ask if I--I wouldn't argue with you if I could helpit. Look at me, Carrie. Put yourself in my place. You don'twant to stay away from me, do you?"
5.  "'The Hole in the Ground,'" said Drouet, mentioning the popularfarce of the time.
6.  He arose from his chair and went and looked out into the street.The long drizzle had begun. Pedestrians had turned up collars,and trousers at the bottom. Hands were hidden in the pockets ofthe umbrellaless; umbrellas were up. The street looked like asea of round black cloth roofs, twisting, bobbing, moving.Trucks and vans were rattling in a noisy line and everywhere menwere shielding themselves as best they could. He scarcelynoticed the picture. He was forever confronting his wife,demanding of her to change her attitude toward him before heworked her bodily harm.


1.  "Still attracts a little, eh?" returned the other, affecting tojest.
2.  "He wouldn't mind--he'd enjoy it," said Carrie.
3.  "That was just something for evening wear," returned his wifecomplacently.
4.  She felt the flood of feeling.
5.   He got up and looked out the window into the chilly street. Itcame gradually into his mind, as he stood there, to go toBrooklyn.
6.  "Yes; do you think you'll go?"


1.  All at once he looked up. The room was so still it seemedghostlike. He heard the clock ticking audibly and half suspectedthat he had been dozing. The paper was so straight in his hands,however, and the items he had been reading so directly beforehim, that he rid himself of the doze idea. Still, it seemedpeculiar. When it occurred a second time, however, it did notseem quite so strange.
2.  He sat down in a rocking-chair to think the better, drawing upone leg on his knee and frowning mightily. His mind ran on at agreat rate.
3.  "Yes; this is the second," answered Carrie.
4、  "Come again," said the youth, pushing out a small pile of reds.
5、  "Come on, now," he went on; "it's all right. Let's waltz alittle to that music."




  • 内塔尼亚胡 08-05

      "Isn't there some place I can stay around here to-night?" heinquired. "If I have to go back to New York, I'm afraid I won't"

  • 王大禾 08-05

      Minnie said she would, and Hanson read his paper.

  • 任丽瑛 08-05

       "When I say you wouldn't come unless I could marry you, I decidedto put everything else behind me and get you to come away withme. I'm going off now to another city. I want to go to Montrealfor a while, and then anywhere you want to. We'll go and live inNew York, if you say."

  • 宋会庸 08-05

      "Oh, do," said Lola. "We'll have such a good time."

  • 帕哈拉 08-04

    {  "Let's go up here and have something to eat. George! but I'mglad to see you again."

  • 柴国旱 08-03

      "What's the matter with you?" he asked, looking into her face.His voice was hoarse and his unkempt head only added to itsgrewsome quality.}

  • 曾小清 08-03

      "Oh," said Carrie, "it's pretty hard. I don't like it."

  • 陆诗韵 08-03

      He stirred again and went on to another subject. At last he feltas if his good-humour must find some outlet. Julia was probablystill out of humour over that affair of this morning, but thatcould easily be straightened. As a matter of fact, she was inthe wrong, but he didn't care. She could go to Waukesha rightaway if she wanted to. The sooner the better. He would tell herthat as soon as he got a chance, and the whole thing would blowover.

  • 隆基泰 08-02

       It was a magnificent play, and had its effect. Hurstwood fellback beaten. He knew now that he had more than mere bluff tocontend with. He felt that he was face to face with a dullproposition. What to say he hardly knew. All the merriment hadgone out of the day. He was disturbed, wretched, resentful.What should he do?"Do as you please," he said, at last. "I'll have nothing more todo with you," and out he strode.

  • 陈国辉 07-31

    {  "Do you really look for anything when you go out?" she askedHurstwood one morning as a climax to some painful thoughts of herown.

  • 陈家强 07-31

      After Drouet and Hurstwood, there was the least touch of cynicismin her attitude toward young men--especially of the gay andfrivolous sort. She felt a little older than they. Some oftheir pretty compliments seemed silly. Still, she was young inheart and body and youth appealed to her.