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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Not mine," he answered, pettishly. "I know I do all I can--Isay all I can--but she----"
2.  "I could be content," went on Hurstwood, "if I had you to loveme. If I had you to go to; you for a companion. As it is, Isimply move about from place to place without any satisfaction.Time hangs heavily on my hands. Before you came I did nothingbut idle and drift into anything that offered itself. Since youcame--well, I've had you to think about."
3.  "We'll have to be rather saving," he said, laying down some meathe had purchased. "You won't get any money for a week or soyet."
4.  "Well, now, I'll tell you what we are trying to do," went on Mr.Quincel. "We are trying to get a new set of furniture for thelodge. There isn't enough money in the treasury at the presenttime, and we thought we would raise it by a littleentertainment."
5.  "Yes, sir."
6.  "Let go of me," he said, falling on his side.

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1.  "Quit your fooling about that," he said, in an offhand way."Were you serious?"
2.  "Take me to the Belford," he said, knowing it to be lessfrequented by those whom he knew. Then he sat down.
3.  As she passed out along the hall after getting her hat, a youngmachine hand, attracted by her looks, made bold to jest with her.
4.  "I can't wait any longer," urged Hurstwood. "If that is toosoon, come Saturday."
5.  "Isn't that clever?" he said, handing it to her and showing herhow it worked. "You never saw anything like that before."
6.  Hurstwood did not understand. He was wondering how she was to bepersuaded--what appeal would move her to forsake Drouet. Hebegan to wonder how far her affection for him would carry her.He was thinking of some question which would make her tell.

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1.  Unfortunately for the smooth progression of this affair, Drouetreturned. Hurstwood was sitting in his imposing little officethe next afternoon when he saw Drouet enter.
2.  "Well, I didn't marry you," he answered. "You can get that outof your head. You talk as though you didn't know."
3.  By the evening of the 16th the subtle hand of Hurstwood had madeitself apparent. He had given the word among his friends--andthey were many and influential--that here was something whichthey ought to attend, and, as a consequence, the sale of ticketsby Mr. Quincel, acting for the lodge, had been large. Smallfour-line notes had appeared in all of the daily newspapers.These he had arranged for by the aid of one of his newspaperfriends on the "Times," Mr. Harry McGarren, the managing editor.
4.  "She couldn't come to-night. She's not well."
5.   "Why don't you do it then? Don't go shuffling along as if youwere dead. I've got to have people with life in them."
6.  "What has become of your friend, Mr. Hurstwood?" she suddenlyasked, bethinking herself of the manager, who, from her ownobservation, seemed to contain promising material.

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1.  Carrie's cheek burned with a crimson heat. Her lips trembled alittle.
2.  Drouet had ability in this line himself when the game was worththe candle, but he was too much the egotist to reach the polishwhich Hurstwood possessed. He was too buoyant, too full of ruddylife, too assured. He succeeded with many who were not quiteschooled in the art of love. He failed dismally where the womanwas slightly experienced and possessed innate refinement. In thecase of Carrie he found a woman who was all of the latter, butnone of the former. He was lucky in the fact that opportunitytumbled into his lap, as it were. A few years later, with alittle more experience, the slightest tide of success, and he hadnot been able to approach Carrie at all.
3.  "Won't you come?" he said, beginning over and with a morereverent feeling. "You know I can't do without you--you know it--it can't go on this way--can it?"
4、  Rent was paid, and now came the grocer. Hurstwood managed bypaying out of his own ten and collecting from Carrie at the endof the week. Then he delayed a day next time settling with thegrocer, and so soon had his ten back, with Oeslogge getting hispay on this Thursday or Friday for last Saturday's bill.
5、  On the morrow Carrie reported promptly and was given a place inthe line. She saw a large, empty, shadowy play-house, stillredolent of the perfumes and blazonry of the night, and notablefor its rich, oriental appearance. The wonder of it awed anddelighted her. Blessed be its wondrous reality. How hard shewould try to be worthy of it. It was above the common mass,above idleness, above want, above insignificance. People came toit in finery and carriages to see. It was ever a centre of lightand mirth. And here she was of it. Oh, if she could onlyremain, how happy would be her days!

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  • 梁中亚 08-06

      She was a mischievous newsmonger, and was keenly wondering whatthe effect of her words would be.

  • 周潇 08-06

      "Yah, yah, yah!" yelled the crowd. "Get it off yourself."

  • 谢释 08-06

       It would be useless to explain how in due time the last fiftydollars was in sight. The seven hundred, by his process ofhandling, had only carried them into June. Before the finalhundred mark was reached he began to indicate that a calamity wasapproaching.

  • 李光正 08-06

      "No."

  • 东乡俊 08-05

    {  "Yes, I think so," he answered.

  • 陶礼强 08-04

      Minnie looked serious.}

  • 尚力峰 08-04

      Carrie hardly heard him, so interested was she in the busy scene.

  • 胡哲 08-04

      "What's the matter, George?" asked Taintor. "You look a littleglum. Haven't lost at the track, have you?"

  • 穆蒂耶 08-03

       One experienced youth volunteered, anyhow.

  • 黄豆豆 08-01

    {  "Well enough," she said, still somewhat reduced after Drouet.

  • 文亮 08-01

      When one of her mind sees many things emphasized and re-emphasized and admired, she gathers the logic of it and appliesaccordingly. Drouet was not shrewd enough to see that this wasnot tactful. He could not see that it would be better to makeher feel that she was competing with herself, not others betterthan herself. He would not have done it with an older, wiserwoman, but in Carrie he saw only the novice. Less clever thanshe, he was naturally unable to comprehend her sensibility. Hewent on educating and wounding her, a thing rather foolish in onewhose admiration for his pupil and victim was apt to grow.

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