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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I see--her ladyship's waiting-maid. Well, the temptation ofsudden wealth so easily acquired was too much for you, as it hasbeen for better men before you; but you were not very scrupulousin the means you used. It seems to me, Ryder, that there is themaking of a very pretty villain in you. You knew that this manHorner, the plumber, had been concerned in some such matterbefore, and that suspicion would rest the more readily upon him.What did you do, then? You made some small job in my lady'sroom--you and your confederate Cusack--and you managed that heshould be the man sent for. Then, when he had left, you rifledthe jewel-case, raised the alarm, and had this unfortunate manarrested. You then--"
2.  "Sound as a bell."
3.  Mrs. Hudson, the landlady of Sherlock Holmes, was a long-sufferingwoman. Not only was her first-floor flat invaded at all hours bythrongs of singular and often undesirable characters but herremarkable lodger showed an eccentricity and irregularity in hislife which must have sorely tried her patience. His incredibleuntidiness, his addiction to music at strange hours, his occasionalrevolver practice within doors, his weird and often malodorousscientific experiments, and the atmosphere of violence and dangerwhich hung around him made him the very worst tenant in London. On theother hand, his payments were princely. I have no doubt that the housemight have been purchased at the price which Holmes paid for his roomsduring the years that I was with him.
4.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
5.  We all sat in silence for some little time after listening to thisextraordinary narrative. Then Sherlock looked across at his brother."Any steps?" he asked.
6.  "Exactly. We could not explain the absence of a ticket. This wouldexplain it. Everything fits together."


1.  "Holmes!" I whispered, "what on earth are you doing in this den?""As low as you can," he answered; "I have excellent ears. If youwould have the great kindness to get rid of that sottish friend ofyours I should be exceedingly glad to have a little talk with you.""I have a cab outside."
2.  It is possible that the serum of anthropoid would have beenbetter. I have, as I explained to you, used black-faced langur becausea specimen was accessible. Langur is, of course, a crawler andclimber, while anthropoid walk erect and is in all ways nearer.I beg you to take every possible precaution that there be nopremature revelation of the process. I have one other client inEngland, and Dorak is my agent for both.
3.  "Yes, there were two of them. They were as nearly as possiblecaptured redhanded. We have their footmarks, we have theirdescription, it's ten to one that we trace them. The first fellowwas a bit too active, but the second was caught by the under-gardener,and only got away after a struggle. He was a middle-sized, stronglybuilt man- square jaw, thick neck, moustache, a mask over his eyes.""That's rather vague," said Sherlock Holmes. "My, it might be adescription of Watson!"
4.  "Yes, there was a ring. His signet-ring."
5.  And yet it opened in the blackest disappointment. With high hopes westruck across the peaty, russet moor, intersected with a thousandsheep paths, until we came to the broad, light-green belt which markedthe morass between us and Holdernesse. Certainly, if the lad hadgone homeward, he must have passed this, and he could not pass itwithout leaving his traces. But no sign of him or the German couldbe seen. With a darkening face my friend strode along the margin,eagerly observant of every muddy stain upon the mossy surface.Sheep-marks there were in profusion, and at one place, some milesdown, cows had left their tracks. Nothing more.
6.  "Just close the door," said Holmes. "Now, Mr. Gilchrist, we areall quite alone here, and no one need ever know one word of whatpasses between us. We can be perfectly frank with each other. Wewant to know, Mr. Gilchrist, how you, an honourable man, ever cameto commit such an action as that of yesterday?"


1.  How our hydraulic engineer had been conveyed from the garden tothe spot where he recovered his senses might have remained forever amystery were it not for the soft mould, which told us a very plaintale. He had evidently been carried down by two persons, one of whomhad remarkably small feet and the other unusually large ones. On thewhole, it was most probable that the silent Englishman, being lessbold or less murderous than his companion, had assisted the woman tobear the unconscious man out of the way of danger.
2.  "I know already that Fitzroy is dead," she said. "Do not be afraidto tell me the particulars."
3.  "Ha! our party is complete," said Holmes, buttoning up hispea-jacket and taking his heavy hunting crop from the rack."Watson, I think you know Mr. Jones, of Scotland Yard? Let meintroduce you to Mr. Merryweather, who is to be our companion into-night's adventure."
4.  "It is nothing. It has no connection with this hideous businessto-night. If you and your friend will sit down, I will tell you allI can.
5.   "You must know that last night was the very first night that Ihave ever slept without a nurse in the room. I was so much better thatI though I could dispense with one. I had a night-light burning,however. Well, about two in the morning I had sunk into a lightsleep when I was suddenly aroused by a slight noise. It was like thesound which a mouse makes when it is gnawing a plank, and I laylistening to it for some time under the impression that it must comefrom that cause. Then it grew louder, and suddenly there came from thewindow a sharp metallic snick. I sat up in amazement. There could beno doubt what the sounds were now. The first ones had been caused bysomeone forcing an instrument through the slit between the sashes, andthe second by the catch being pressed back.


1.  I don't understand it."
2.  "Pure swank!" Holmes answered. "He felt so clever and so sure ofhimself that he imagined no one could touch him. He could say to anysuspicious neighbour, 'Look at the steps I have taken. I haveconsulted not only the police but even Sherlock Holmes.'"The inspector laughed.
3.  "I rather gathered that you had some idea of the sort in your head,"said he. "But why these personal attentions?"
4、  Our visitor's face had turned ashen gray as he listened to the wordsof his accuser. Now he sat for some time in thought with his face sunkin his hands. Then with a sudden impulsive gesture he plucked aphotograph from his breast-pocket and threw it on the rustic tablebefore us.
5、  "Yes."




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      The man who entered was a strange and impressive figure. His slow,limping step and bowed shoulders gave the appearance of decrepitude,and yet his hard, deep-lined, craggy features, and his enormouslimbs showed that he was possessed of unusual strength of body andof character. His tangled beard, grizzled hair, and outstanding,drooping eyebrows combined to give an air of dignity and power tohis appearance, but his face was of an ashen white, while his lips andthe corners of his nostrils were tinged with a shade of blue. It wasclear to me at a glance that he was in the grip of some deadly andchronic disease.

  • 杨佳薇 08-06

      "Certainly, if you wish it, Mr. Holmes," said the girl inastonishment.

  • 罗伯特·帕丁森 08-06

       "'No friend of yours, Miss Hunter?' he asked.

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  • 张毅 08-05

    {  "Exactly, Mr. Holmes, exactly. You put the very question which Ihave asked myself again and again. There can be no doubt that thisfellow must have known the house and its habits. He must haveperfectly understood that the servants would all be in bed at thatcomparatively early hour, and that no one could possibly hear a bellring in the kitchen. Therefore, he must have been in close league withone of the servants. Surely that is evident. But there are eightservants, and all of good character."

  • 杨锋 08-04

      She swept across the room and seated herself with her back to thewindow. It was a queenly presence- tall, graceful, and intenselywomanly.}

  • 杰西卡·埃莱德 08-04

      The man burst into a hearty laugh. "They might be useful tome as relics of my adventure," said he, "but beyond that I canhardly see what use the disjecta membra of my late acquaintanceare going to be to me. No, sir, I think that, with yourpermission, I will confine my attentions to the excellent birdwhich I perceive upon the sideboard."

  • 阿诺德·施瓦辛格 08-04

      "Very naturally. By the way, about the bird, we were

  • 金河王 08-03

       "It is difficult- very difficult."

  • 魏甜甜 08-01

    {  "What! a murderous attack?"

  • 付素清 08-01

      One summer night a few months after my marriage, I was seated bymy own hearth smoking a last pipe and nodding over a novel, for myday's work had been an exhausting one. My wife had already goneupstairs, and the sound of the locking of the hall door some timebefore told me that the servants had also retired. I had risen from myseat and was knocking out the ashes of my pipe when I suddenly heardthe clang of the bell.