孝陵 It is no easy thing to get up early in the morning when one isused to sleeping until seven and eight, as Carrie had been athome. She gained some inkling of the character of Hanson's lifewhen, half asleep, she looked out into the dining-room at sixo'clock and saw him silently finishing his breakfast. By thetime she was dressed he was gone, and she, Minnie, and the babyate together, the latter being just old enough to sit in a highchair and disturb the dishes with a spoon. Her spirits weregreatly subdued now when the fact of entering upon strange anduntried duties confronted her. Only the ashes of all her finefancies were remaining--ashes still concealing, nevertheless, afew red embers of hope. So subdued was she by her weakeningnerves, that she ate quite in silence going over imaginaryconceptions of the character of the shoe company, the nature ofthe work, her employer's attitude. She was vaguely feeling thatshe would come in contact with the great owners, that her workwould be where grave, stylishly dressed men occasionally look on.
发融"Supposing I do lay it on the top," he said, "and go away,they'll know who took it. I'm the last to close up. Besides,other things will happen."孝陵卫大发融悦孝陵
发融At once he became the man of action.孝陵孝陵卫大发融悦发融"I must get out of this," he thought.孝陵发融He hurried into his little room, took down his light overcoat andhat, locked his desk, and grabbed the satchel. Then he turnedout all but one light and opened the door. He tried to put onhis old assured air, but it was almost gone. He was repentingrapidly.
孝陵发融"I wish I hadn't done that," he said. "That was a mistake."孝陵详情