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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Holmes's voice had sunk to an almost inaudible whisper."What is that?" said Smith. "Turn up the gas? Ah, the shadowsbegin to fall, do they? Yes, I will turn it up, that I may see you thebetter." He crossed the room and the light suddenly brightened. "Isthere any other little service that I can do you, my friend?""A match and a cigarette."
2.  "I have been listening to her for the last five minutes, but did notwish to interrupt your most interesting narrative. Just a littlewheezy, Susan, are you not? You breathe too heavily for that kind ofwork."
3.  Holmes looked thoroughly surprised at Miss Presbury's narrative."My dear young lady, you say that your room is on the secondfloor. Is there a long ladder in the garden?"
4.  "Oh, yes, she will," said Holmes. He scribbled a few lines upon asheet of paper. "You at least have the entree, Watson. Will you havethe goodness to give the lady this note?"
5.  "There has been an inquest" said I, "and a good many fresh factshave come out. Looked at more closely, I should certainly say thatit was a curious case."
6.  "If you had looked at it, sir, you would have seen at a glancewhat the errand is on which I have come to you this morning. I feel asif my name and my misfortune must be in every man's mouth." Heturned it over to expose the central page. "Here it is, and withyour permission I will read it to you. Listen to this, Mr. Holmes. Theheadlines are: `Mysterious Affair at Lower Norwood. Disappearance of aWell Known Builder. Suspicion of Murder and Arson. A Clue to theCriminal.' That is the clue which they are already following, Mr.Holmes, and I know that it leads infallibly to me. I have beenfollowed from London Bridge Station, and I am sure that they areonly waiting for the warrant to arrest me. It will break my mother'sheart- it will break her heart!" He wrung his hands in an agony ofapprehension, and swayed backward and forward in his chair.I looked with interest upon this man, who was accused of being theperpetrator of a crime of violence. He was flaxen-haired and handsome,in a washed-out negative fashion, with frightened blue eyes, and aclean-shaven face, with a weak, sensitive mouth. His age may have beenabout twenty-seven, his dress and bearing that of a gentleman. Fromthe pocket of his light summer overcoat protruded the bundle ofindorsed papers which proclaimed his profession.


2.  "When you are quite restored-"
3.  "`My name,' said he, `is Mr. Duncan Ross, and I am myself oneof the pensioners upon the fund left by our noble benefactor. Areyou a married man, Mr. Wilson? Have you a family?'
4.  "I don't say that. Perhaps."
5.  It was a nice equipment for a respectable citizen to carry throughthe dim, fog-draped streets. I stowed them all discreetly away in myovercoat and drove straight to the address given. There sat myfriend at a little round table near the door of the garish Italianrestaurant.
6.  Ryder quivered with emotion. "Oh, sir," he cried, "can youtell me where it went to?"


1.  I don't think that any of my adventures with Mr. Sherlock Holmesopened quite so abruptly, or so dramatically, as that which Iassociate with The Three Gables. I had not seen Holmes for some daysand had no idea of the new channel into which his activities hadbeen directed. He was in a chatty mood that morning, however, andhad just settled me into the well-worn low armchair on one side of thefire, while he had curled down with his pipe in his mouth upon theopposite chair, when our visitor arrived. If I had said that a madbull had arrived it would give a clearer impression of what occurred.The door had flown open and a huge negro had burst into the room. Hewould have been a comic figure if he had not been terrific, for he wasdressed in a very loud gray check suit with a flowing
2.  "There is a further point, however, which is subtler and ofgreater interest. There is something in common between these hands.They belong to men who are blood-relatives. It may be most obviousto you in the Greek e's, but to me there are many small points whichindicate the same thing. I have no doubt at all that a familymannerism can be traced in these two specimens of writing. I amonly, of course, giving you the leading results now of myexamination of the paper. There were twenty-three other deductionswhich would be of more interest to experts than to you. They alltend to deepen the impression upon my mind that the Cunninghams,father and son, had written this letter.
3.  "Well, I should put the original cost of the pipe at seven andsixpence. Now it has, you see, been twice mended, once in the woodenstem and once in the amber. Each of these mends, done, as you observe,with silver bands, must have cost more than the pipe did originally.The man must value the pipe highly when he prefers to patch it uprather than buy a new one with the same money."
4.  "I fear not, Mr. Holmes. The train has been broken up before now,and the carriages redistributed."
5.   "Well, in the first place, others were dependent upon her, and itwas no light matter for her to let them all down by sacrificing herliving. When I had sworn- as I did- that she should never bemolested again, she consented to remain. But there was another reason.She knew the influence she had over me, and that it was strongerthan any other influence in the world. She wanted to use it for good.""How?"
6.  "Ah, that's a long story- rather a whimsical one, too. I don't thinkin all our explorations of human complexities we have ever come uponanything more singular. The fellow will be here presently forcross-examination, so I won't open the matter up till he comes. But,meanwhile, that's the name we want."


1.  "'You have called me names enough,' said he; 'I will not stand itany longer. I shall not say another word about this business, sinceyou have chosen to insult me. I will leave your house in the morningand make my own way in the world.'
2.  "Some years."
3.  "Then I do not see the point."
4、  He turned over the pages lazily, leaning back in his chair andblowing great clouds from his cigar.
5、  "What of the rat, then?"




  • 吉尔拉·衣沙木丁 08-05

      "I should say it was. That was the real Shoscombe breed. There ain'ta better in England."

  • 木精灵 08-05

      "Thank you, Miss Dunbar. Is there any other point which could helpme in the investigation?"

  • 郝勇 08-05

       "Hum! I am afraid Joseph's character is a rather deeper and moredangerous one than one might judge from his appearance. From what Ihave heard from him this morning, I gather that he has lost heavily indabbling with stocks, and that he is ready to do anything on earthto better his fortunes. Being an absolutely selfish man, when a chancepresents itself he did not allow either his sister's happiness or yourreputation to hold his hand."

  • 吴武刚 08-05

      "Because of your knowledge of Eastern diseases."

  • 波莉亚娜·冲本 08-04

    {  "Exactly!" Holmes had become very serious. "When does this ladtend to the furnace?"

  • 佘自强 08-03

      "You are right, Holmes. We are bound to go."}

  • 李伶 08-03

      "But why are we here?"

  • 吕留良 08-03

      "'Well, I took to my heels, and I ran after the cab. I had a heavyoak stick in my hand, and I tell you I saw red from the first, butas I ran I got cunning, too, and hung back a little to see themwithout being seen. They pulled up soon at the railway station.There was a good crowd round the booking-office, so I got quiteclose to them without being seen. They took tickets for NewBrighton. So did I, but I got in three carriages behind them. Whenwe reached it they walked along the Parade, and I was never morethan a hundred yards from them. At last I saw them hire a boat andstart for a row, for it was a very hot day, and they thought, nodoubt, that it would be cooler on the water.

  • 李锦 08-02

       As I waited, I lifted the unopened newspaper from the tableand glanced my eye over it. It rested upon a heading which sent achill to my heart.

  • 姜子牙 07-31

    {  When I glance over my notes and records of the Sherlock Holmescases between the years '82 and '90, I am faced by so many whichpresent strange and interesting features that it is no easy matterto know which to choose and which to leave. Some, however, havealready gained publicity through the papers, and others have notoffered a field for those peculiar qualities which my friendpossessed in so high a degree, and which it is the object of thesepapers to illustrate. Some, too, have baffled his analyticalskill, and would be, as narratives, beginnings without an ending,while others have been but partially cleared up, and have theirexplanations founded rather upon conjecture and surmise than onthat absolute logical proof which was so dear to him. There is,however, one of these last which was so remarkable in its detailsand so startling in its results that I am tempted to give someaccount of it in spite of the fact that there are points inconnection with it which never have been, and probably never willbe, entirely cleared up.

  • 张景锋 07-31

      "My dear sir, the problem had become a very simple one. If it were aseaman, it could only be a seaman who had been with him on the SeaUnicorn. So far as I could learn he had sailed in no other ship. Ispent three days in wiring to Dundee, and at the end of that time Ihad ascertained the names of the crew of the Sea Unicorn in 1883. WhenI found Patrick Cairns among the harpooners, my research was nearingits end. I argued that the man was probably in London, and that hewould desire to leave the country for a time. I therefore spent somedays in the East End, devised an Arctic expedition, put forth temptingterms for harpooners who would serve under Captain Basil- and beholdthe result!"