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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  There was much more passing now than the mere words indicated.He recognised the indescribable thing that made up forfascination and beauty in her. She realised that she was ofinterest to him from the one standpoint which a woman bothdelights in and fears. Her manner was simple, though for the veryreason that she had not yet learned the many little affectationswith which women conceal their true feelings. Some things shedid appeared bold. A clever companion--had she ever had one--would have warned her never to look a man in the eyes sosteadily.
2.  She pointed an almost accusing hand toward her lover. Then, witha pathos which struck home because of its utter simplicity, "Heshall not suffer long."
3.  "Well, you wait a little while and see," he concluded. "I'llmarry you all right."
4.  "Well, come round, then."
5.  This entanglement made Carrie anxious for a change of some sort.Hurstwood did not seem to realise that she had a right toanything. He schemed to make what she earned cover all expenses,but seemed not to trouble over adding anything himself.
6.  "How did you come out?" asked Minnie, referring to the day.


1.  "Sure," said Drouet. "Wait'll I go upstairs and change myclothes."
2.  "Can't you wait a little while yet?" she said tenderly. "I'lltry and find out when he's going."
3.  The new flat was located in Thirteenth Street, a half block westof Sixth Avenue, and contained only four rooms. The newneighbourhood did not appeal to Carrie as much. There were notrees here, no west view of the river. The street was solidlybuilt up. There were twelve families here, respectable enough,but nothing like the Vances. Richer people required more space.
4.  He pressed her closer and kissed her, and she felt that furtheropposition was useless.
5.  Carrie picked out the new abode because of its newness and brightwood-work. It was one of the very new ones supplied with steamheat, which was a great advantage. The stationary range, hot andcold water, dumb-waiter, speaking tubes, and call-bell for thejanitor pleased her very much. She had enough of the instinctsof a housewife to take great satisfaction in these things.
6.  Suddenly he looked up.


1.  "I thought I'd drop in," said Hurstwood, with dignity. "I've hadsome experience in that line myself."
2.  The complete ignoring by Hurstwood of his own home came with thegrowth of his affection for Carrie. His actions, in all thatrelated to his family, were of the most perfunctory kind. He satat breakfast with his wife and children, absorbed in his ownfancies, which reached far without the realm of their interests.He read his paper, which was heightened in interest by theshallowness of the themes discussed by his son and daughter.Between himself and his wife ran a river of indifference.
3.  "Yes, it does."
4.  "They've got a notice here of the part I'm going to play to-morrow night," said Carrie to her friend.
5.   She looked at his hand.
6.  "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."


1.  The misfortune of the Hurstwood household was due to the factthat jealousy, having been born of love, did not perish with it.Mrs. Hurstwood retained this in such form that subsequentinfluences could transform it into hate. Hurstwood was stillworthy, in a physical sense, of the affection his wife had oncebestowed upon him, but in a social sense he fell short. With hisregard died his power to be attentive to her, and this, to awoman, is much greater than outright crime toward another. Ourself-love dictates our appreciation of the good or evil inanother. In Mrs. Hurstwood it discoloured the very hue of herhusband's indifferent nature. She saw design in deeds andphrases which sprung only from a faded appreciation of herpresence.
2.  So changed was her state that the home atmosphere becameintolerable. It was all poverty and trouble there, or seemed tobe, because it was a load to bear. It became a place to keepaway from. Still she slept there, and did a fair amount of work,keeping it in order. It was a sitting place for Hurstwood. Hesat and rocked, rocked and read, enveloped in the gloom of hisown fate. October went by, and November. It was the dead ofwinter almost before he knew it, and there he sat.
3.  Hurstwood, being an older man, could scarcely be said to retainthe fire of youth, though he did possess a passion warm andunreasoning. It was strong enough to induce the leaning towardhim which, on Carrie's part, we have seen. She might have beensaid to be imagining herself in love, when she was not. Womenfrequently do this. It flows from the fact that in each exists abias toward affection, a craving for the pleasure of being loved.The longing to be shielded, bettered, sympathised with, is one ofthe attributes of the sex. This, coupled with sentiment and anatural tendency to emotion, often makes refusing difficult. Itpersuades them that they are in love.
4、  "I raise you three," said the youth.
5、  The ice being thus broken, he launched into further observationpretending to forget that her fingers were still retained by his.She soon withdrew them, however, and retreated a few feet to restagainst the window-sill.




  • 郑旭东 08-14

      The object of this peculiarly involved comedy was not thinking ofeither. She was busy adjusting her thoughts and feelings tonewer conditions, and was not in danger of suffering disturbingpangs from either quarter.One evening Drouet found her dressing herself before the glass.

  • 穆萨纳 08-14

      "There," he said tenderly, "now see if you can't rest a little."He could have kissed her for her compliance. He took his seatbeside her and thought a moment.

  • 吴晗 08-14

       She used her feet less heavily, a thing that was brought about byher attempting to imitate the treasurer's daughter's gracefulcarriage. How much influence the presence of that young woman inthe same house had upon her it would be difficult to say. But,because of all these things, when Hurstwood called he had found ayoung woman who was much more than the Carrie to whom Drouet hadfirst spoken. The primary defects of dress and manner hadpassed. She was pretty, graceful, rich in the timidity born ofuncertainty, and with a something childlike in her large eyeswhich captured the fancy of this starched and conventional poseramong men. It was the ancient attraction of the fresh for thestale. If there was a touch of appreciation left in him for thebloom and unsophistication which is the charm of youth, itrekindled now. He looked into her pretty face and felt thesubtle waves of young life radiating therefrom. In that largeclear eye he could see nothing that his blase nature couldunderstand as guile. The little vanity, if he could haveperceived it there, would have touched him as a pleasant thing.

  • 陈鑫 08-14

      That little student had mastered her part to her ownsatisfaction, much as she trembled for her fate when she shouldonce face the gathered throng, behind the glare of thefootlights. She tried to console herself with the thought that ascore of other persons, men and women, were equally tremulousconcerning the outcome of their efforts, but she could notdisassociate the general danger from her own individualliability. She feared that she would forget her lines, that shemight be unable to master the feeling which she now feltconcerning her own movements in the play. At times she wishedthat she had never gone into the affair; at others, she trembledlest she should be paralysed with fear and stand white andgasping, not knowing what to say and spoiling the entireperformance.

  • 杨昱 08-13

    {  "At four, then, we may expect you?"

  • 吴亦凡 08-12

      "That sounds like somebody that can act, doesn't it?" saidQuincel.}

  • 韩松洞 08-12

      "Must be pretty near noon," ventured one.

  • 张琼阳 08-12

      On this trip he enjoyed himself thoroughly, and when it was overhe was sorry to get back. He was not willingly a prevaricator,and hated thoroughly to make explanations concerning it. Thewhole incident was glossed over with general remarks, but Mrs.Hurstwood gave the subject considerable thought. She drove outmore, dressed better, and attended theatres freely to make up forit.

  • 摩根森 08-11

       "I guess I'll go out," he said to himself, and went, strollingnowhere in particular, but feeling somehow that he must go.

  • 本杰明-琼-威廉姆斯 08-09

    {  "Same here," said the other. "If I had any job in Newark Iwouldn't be over here takin' chances like these."

  • 唐慧 08-09

      "I don't know," she answered. "He says he has some things to dofor the house here now."