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日期:2020-08-03 09:51:19

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The tables were not so remarkable in themselves, and yet theimprint of Sherry upon the napery, the name of Tiffany upon thesilverware, the name of Haviland upon the china, and over all theglow of the small, red-shaded candelabra and the reflected tintsof the walls on garments and faces, made them seem remarkable.Each waiter added an air of exclusiveness and elegance by themanner in which he bowed, scraped, touched, and trifled withthings. The exclusively personal attention which he devoted toeach one, standing half bent, ear to one side, elbows akimbo,saying: "Soup--green turtle, yes. One portion, yes. Oysters--certainly--half-dozen--yes. Asparagus. Olives--yes."
2.  "Certainly not," she returned. "I wouldn't worry over it."
3.  "Come on," he said gently, "you're all right."
4.  "I guess I'll stand down at the door a little while." She couldscarcely prevent her voice from trembling.
5.  At last, the chief comedian, singing in the centre of the stage,noticed a giggle where it was not expected. Then another andanother. When the place came for loud applause it was onlymoderate. What could be the trouble? He realised that somethingwas up.
6.  "Ah, you scab, you!" yelled the crowd. "You coward! Steal aman's job, will you? Rob the poor, will you, you thief? We'll getyou yet, now. Wait."


1.  For nearly a quarter of a century, in another section of thecity, Fleischmann, the baker, had given a loaf of bread to anyone who would come for it to the side door of his restaurant atthe corner of Broadway and Tenth Street, at midnight. Everynight during twenty years about three hundred men had formed inline and at the appointed time marched past the doorway, pickedtheir loaf from a great box placed just outside, and vanishedagain into the night. From the beginning to the present timethere had been little change in the character or number of thesemen. There were two or three figures that had grown familiar tothose who had seen this little procession pass year after year.Two of them had missed scarcely a night in fifteen years. Therewere about forty, more or less, regular callers. The remainderof the line was formed of strangers. In times of panic andunusual hardships there were seldom more than three hundred. Intimes of prosperity, when little is heard of the unemployed,there were seldom less. The same number, winter and summer, instorm or calm, in good times and bad, held this melancholymidnight rendezvous at Fleischmann's bread box.
2.  Carrie answered, but was looking away. Down the aisle, towardthe gate leading into the waiting-room and the street, stoodDrouet. He was looking back. When he saw that she saw him andwas safe with her sister he turned to go, sending back the shadowof a smile. Only Carrie saw it. She felt something lost to herwhen he moved away. When he disappeared she felt his absencethoroughly. With her sister she was much alone, a lone figure ina tossing, thoughtless sea.
3.  Hurstwood's brow was wet. He was deep in now--very deep for him.Sixty dollars of his good money was up. He was ordinarily nocoward, but the thought of losing so much weakened him. Finallyhe gave way. He would not trust to this fine hand any longer.
4.  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.
5.  "Yes," she said.
6.  He only grinned broadly in return.


1.  "You see this handle," he said, reaching up to an electric cut-off, which was fastened to the roof. "This throws the currentoff or on. If you want to reverse the car you turn it over here.If you want to send it forward, you put it over here. If youwant to cut off the power, you keep it in the middle."
2.  "Well, here we are," said Drouet, leading the way to the door."Good-bye, till I see you Monday."
3.  "What will twelve dollars do towards keeping up this flat?" shethought. "I can't do it. Why doesn't he get something to do?"
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.   As the morning wore on the room became hotter. She felt the needof a breath of fresh air and a drink of water, but did notventure to stir. The stool she sat on was without a back orfoot-rest, and she began to feel uncomfortable. She found, aftera time, that her back was beginning to ache. She twisted andturned from one position to another slightly different, but itdid not ease her for long. She was beginning to weary.
6.  "Well, I'll be in the barber shop," said the other. "I want toget a shave."


1.  "Come away and leave him."
2.  In the course of his present stay in Chicago, Drouet paid someslight attention to the secret order to which he belonged.During his last trip he had received a new light on itsimportance.
3.  "I don't know," she said.
4、  "When?"
5、  Hurstwood heard nothing about this.




  • 李汉秋 08-02

      "No," returned Minnie softly, and rattling the dishes to drownthe conversation. "He wouldn't."

  • 陈云峰 08-02

      "Whom did you go with?" queried his wife, with assumedindifference.

  • 魏凤和 08-02

       "Oh," said Mrs. Vance, "that's right near here, isn't it?"

  • 陈联翠 08-02

      "What do you mean?" he said at last, straightening himself andgazing at the cold, determined figure before him, who paid noattention, but went on arranging herself before the mirror.

  • 张宝军 08-01

    {  Accordingly, he was carted away.

  • 穆嫌 07-31

      "I'll get out of this," he said to himself.}

  • 姜某某 07-31

      Thus in life there is ever the intellectual and the emotionalnature--the mind that reasons, and the mind that feels. Of onecome the men of action--generals and statesmen; of the other, thepoets and dreamers--artists all.

  • 菲利普 07-31

      "Oh, I can't get anything here."

  • 阿罗 07-30

       The walk down Broadway, then as now, was one of the remarkablefeatures of the city. There gathered, before the matinee andafterwards, not only all the pretty women who love a showyparade, but the men who love to gaze upon and admire them. Itwas a very imposing procession of pretty faces and fine clothes.Women appeared in their very best hats, shoes, and gloves, andwalked arm in arm on their way to the fine shops or theatresstrung along from Fourteenth to Thirty-fourth Streets. Equallythe men paraded with the very latest they could afford. A tailormight have secured hints on suit measurements, a shoemaker onproper lasts and colours, a hatter on hats. It was literallytrue that if a lover of fine clothes secured a new suit, it wassure to have its first airing on Broadway. So true and wellunderstood was this fact, that several years later a popularsong, detailing this and other facts concerning the afternoonparade on matinee days, and entitled "What Right Has He onBroadway?" was published, and had quite a vogue about the music-halls of the city.

  • 银祥 07-28

    {  "Well, some one," he said. "You're sure you didn't?"

  • 蔡建辉 07-28

      "Certainly," he said, looking in wonder at the money.