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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  The door had opened and the page had shown in a tall, clean-shavenman with the firm, austere expression which is only seen upon thosewho have to control horses or boys. Mr. John Mason had many of bothLinder his sway, and he looked equal to the task. He bowed with coldself-possession and seated himself upon the chair to which Holmeshad waved him.
2.  "Some years."
3.  artist-decorators, of the mystery of cyclical dates, the marks ofthe Hung-wu and the beauties of the Yung-lo, the writings ofTang-ying, and the glories of the primitive period of the Sung and theYuan. I was charged with all this information when I called uponHolmes next evening. He was out of bed now, though you would nothave guessed it from the published reports, and he sat with hismuch-bandaged head resting upon his hand in the depth of his favouritearmchair.
4.  "Tut, tut!" Holmes answered. "You are perfectly right. Let itplay! These modern gramophones are a remarkable invention."There was an inrush of police, the handcuffs clicked and thecriminals were led to the waiting cab. Watson lingered with Holmes,congratulating him upon this fresh leaf added to his laurels. Oncemore their conversation was interrupted by the imperturbable Billywith his card-tray.
5.  "Certainly, Mr. Holmes."


1.  "Yes, sir, he is dead."
2.  I had no keener pleasure than in following Holmes in hisprofessional investigations, and in admiring the rapid deductions,as swift as intuitions, and yet always founded on a logical basis,with which he unravelled the problems which were submitted to him. Irapidly threw on my clothes and was ready in a few minutes toaccompany my friend down to the sitting-room. A lady dressed inblack and heavily veiled, who had been sitting in the window, roseas we entered.
3.  "There are none."
4.  -THE END-
5.  "Well, down they came to the west country, there was no shaking themoff, and there they have lived rent free on my best land ever since.There was no rest for me, no peace, no forgetfulness; turn where Iwould, there was his cunning, grinning face at my elbow. It grew worseas Alice grew up, for he soon saw I was more afraid of her knowing mypast than of the police. Whatever he wanted he must have, and whateverit was I gave him without question, land, money, houses, until at lasthe asked a thing which I could not give. He asked for Alice."His son, you see, had grown up, and so had my girl, and as I wasknown to be in weak health, it seemed a fine stroke to him that hislad should step into the whole property. But there I was firm. I wouldnot have his cursed stock mixed with mine; not that I had anydislike to the lad, but his blood was in him, and that was enough. Istood firm. McCarthy threatened. I braved him to do his worst. We wereto meet at the pool midway between our houses to talk it over."When I went down there I found him talking with his son, so Ismoked a cigar and waited behind a tree until he should be alone.But as I listened to his talk all that was black and bitter in meseemed, to come uppermost. He was urging his son to marry mydaughter with as little regard for what she might think as if she werea slut from off the streets. It drove me mad to think that I and allthat I held most dear should be in the power of such a man as this.Could I not snap the bond? I was already a dying and a desperateman. Though clear of mind and fairly strong of limb, I knew that myown fate was sealed. But my memory and my girl! Both could be saved ifI could but silence that foul tongue. I did it, Mr. Holmes."I would do it again. Deeply as I have sinned, I have led a lifeof martyrdom to atone for it. But that my girl should be entangledin the same meshes which held me was more than I could suffer. Istruck him down with no more compunction than if he had been some fouland venomous beast. His cry brought back his son; but I had gained thecover of the wood, though I was forced to go back to fetch the cloakwhich I had dropped in my flight. That is the true story, gentlemen,of all that occurred."
6.  And this was the singular case of the Grecian Interpreter, theexplanation of which is still involved in some mystery. We were ableto find out, by communicating with the gentleman who had answeredthe advertisement, that the unfortunate young lady came of a wealthyGrecian family, and that she had been on a visit to some friends inEngland. While there she had met a young man named Harold Latimer, whohad acquired an ascendency over her and had eventually persuaded herto fly with him. Her friends, shocked at the event, had contentedthemselves with informing her brother at Athens, and had then washedtheir hands of the matter. The brother, on his arrival in England, hadimprudently placed himself in the power of Latimer and of hisassociate, whose name was Wilson Kemp-a man of the foulestantecedents. These two, finding that through his ignorance of thelanguage he was helpless in their hands, had kept him a prisoner,and had endeavoured by cruelty and starvation to make him sign awayhis own and his sister's property. They had kept him in the housewithout the girl's knowledge, and the plaster over the face had beenfor the purpose of making recognition difficult in case she shouldever catch a glimpse of him. Her feminine perceptions, however, hadinstantly seen through the disguise when, on the occasion of theinterpreter's visit, she had seen him for the first time. The poorgirl, however, was herself a prisoner, for there was no one aboutthe house except the man who acted as coachman, and his wife, bothof whom were tools of the conspirators. Finding that their secretwas out, and that their prisoner was not to be coerced, the twovillains with the girl had fled away at a few hours' notice from thefurnished house which they had hired, having first, as they thought,taken vengeance both upon the man who had defied and the one who hadbetrayed them.


1.  "I believe that you are the devil himself!" he cried.
2.  "What about the wineglasses?"
3.  "'Photography is one of my hobbies,' said he. 'I have made my darkroom up there. But, dear me! what an observant young lady we have comeupon. Who would have believed it?' He spoke in a jesting tone, butthere was no jest in his eyes as he looked at me. I read suspicionthere and annoyance, but no jest.
4.  We had hardly alighted at North Walsham, and mentioned the name ofour destination, when the stationmaster hurried towards us. "I supposethat you are the detectives from London?" said he.
6.  It was some time before the health of my friend Mr. SherlockHolmes recovered from the strain caused by his immense exertions inthe spring of '87. The whole question of the Netherland-SumatraCompany and of the colossal schemes of Baron Maupertuis are too recentin the minds of the public, and are too intimately concerned withpolitics and finance to be fitting subjects for this series ofsketches. They led, however, in an indirect fashion to a singularand complex problem which gave my friend an opportunity ofdemonstrating the value of a fresh weapon among the many with which hewaged his lifelong battle against crime.


1.  My answer was to rise from the table.
2.  "My request seemed both to puzzle and to irritate my host. His greateyebrows came down over his eyes, and he tapped his fingersimpatiently on the table. He looked up at last with the expressionof one who has seen his adversary make a dangerous move at chess,and has decided how to meet it.
3.  "Imperial Yeomanry, I fancy."
4、  "Yes, sir, prints it in pencil. just the word, nothing more.Here's one I brought to show you- SOAP. Here's another- MATCH. This isone he left the first morning- DAILY GAZETTE. I leave that paperwith his breakfast every morning."
5、  "The carriage is our rendezvous, then?"




  • 文景 08-09

      "Might I share it?"

  • 吴小玉 08-09

      "So many have said so, and yet here I am," said Holmes, smiling."Well, good morning, Mr. Gibson. You have a good deal yet to learn."Our visitor made a noisy exit, but Holmes smoked in imperturbablesilence with dreamy eyes fixed upon the ceiling.

  • 白发潮 08-09

       "Excuse me an instant," said Holmes. "Were you alone during thisconversation?"

  • 许晓青 08-09

      4th. Hudson came. Same old platform.

  • 罗辑 08-08

    {  "`Well, it is a little awkward, for I have a business

  • 瑟夫·霍洛维茨 08-07

      "A day which has saved England from a great public scandal," saidthe banker, rising. "Sir, I cannot find the words to thank you, butyou shall not find me ungrateful for what you have done. Your skillhas indeed exceeded all that I have heard of it. And now I must fly tomy dear boy to apologize to him for the wrong which I done him. Asto what you tell me of poor Mary, it goes to my very heart. Not evenyour skill can inform me where she is now."}

  • 布加迪威龙 08-07

      "Your hiding-place, my dear Watson, was very faulty. You should havebeen behind the hedge, then you would have had a close view of thisinteresting person. As it is, you were some hundreds of yards away andcan tell me even less than Miss Smith. She thinks she does not knowthe man; I am convinced she does. Why, otherwise, should he be sodesperately anxious that she should not get so near him as to seehis features? You describe him as bending over the handle-bar.Concealment again, you see. You really have done remarkably badly.He returns to the house, and you want to find out who he is. Youcome to a London house agent!"

  • 秦华孙 08-07

      At my summons Ferguson and Holmes came up. As we entered the roomFerguson took a step or two towards his wife, who had raised herselfin the bed, but she held out her hand to repulse him. He sank intoan armchair, while Holmes seated himself beside him, after bowing tothe lady, who looked at him with wide-eyed amazement.

  • 汪荫孙 08-06

       "Then let her stay till we can assure her that all danger is past.Meanwhile, let him have his way and do not cross him. So long as he isin a good humour all is well."

  • 林淑如 08-04

    {  "Tut! it's only a dummy," said the Count.

  • 石进贤 08-04

      "I have no sympathy with these childish games. The young man'sfate interests me deeply, since I know him and like him. Thefootball match does not come within my horizon at all.""I claim your sympathy, then, in my investigation of Mr.Staunton's fate. Do you know where he is?"