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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Well, Mrs. Warren, I cannot see that you have any particularcause for uneasiness, nor do I understand why I, whose time is of somevalue, should interfere in the matter. I really have other things toengage me." So spoke Sherlock Holmes and turned back to the greatscrapbook in which he was arranging and indexing some of his recentmaterial.
2.  "Good God! What a week she must have spent!"
3.  "You were always a noble woman, Anna," said the old man, puffingat his cigarette.
4.  October 9, 1890.
5.  "I think that it is not difficult to explain the facts. It cameout in evidence that Colonel Moran and young Adair had, betweenthem, won a considerable amount of money. Now, undoubtedly playedfoul- of that I have long been aware. I believe that on the day of themurder Adair had discovered that Moran was cheating. Very likely hehad spoken to him privately, and had threatened to expose him unlesshe voluntarily resigned his membership of the club, and promised notto play cards again. It is unlikely that a youngster like Adairwould at once make a hideous scandal by exposing a well known man somuch older than himself. Probably he acted as I suggest. The exclusionfrom his clubs would mean ruin to Moran, who lived by his ill-gottencard-gains. He therefore murdered Adair, who at the time wasendeavouring to work out how much money he should himself return,since he could not profit by his partner's foul play. He locked thedoor lest the ladies should surprise him and insist upon knowingwhat he was doing with these names and coins. Will it pass?""I have no doubt that you have hit upon the truth."
6.  "Colonel Barclay had married at the time when he was a sergeant, andhis wife, whose maiden name was Miss Nancy Devoy, was the daughterof a former colour sergeant in the same corps. There was, therefore,as can be imagined, some little social friction when the youngcouple (for they were still young) found themselves in their newsurroundings. They appear, however, to have quickly adaptedthemselves, and Mrs. Barclay has always, I understand, been as popularwith the ladies of the regiment as her husband was with his brotherofficers. I may add that she was a woman of great beauty, and thateven now, when she has been married for of a striking and queenlyappearance.


1.  "'A hundred and six and a quarter to a hundred and five andseven-eighths.'
2.  "What alternative could be conceived?" said I.
3.  "No; his needs were very simple and his salary ample. He had saved afew hundreds, and we were to marry at the New Year."
4.  "This was excellent news, Watson, for it showed me that I was on theright road. I looked up at the sun. It was low in the heavens, and Icalculated that in less than an hour it would lie just above thetopmost branches of the old oak. One condition mentioned in the Ritualwould then be fulfilled. And the shadow of the elm must mean thefarther end of the shadow, otherwise the trunk would have beenchosen as the guide. I had, then, to find where the far end of theshadow would fall when the sun was just clear of the oak.""That must have been difficult, Holmes, when the elm was no longerthere."
5.  "Then you could hardly have been overheard?"
6.  "Did she give references when she came?"


1.  "Is Mr. Trelawney Hope at home?"
2.  "Then it is he whom you suspect?"
3.  "I wrote my articles and thought little more of the matter until,some time later, I backed a bill for a friend and had a writ servedupon me for L25. I was at my wit's end where to get the money, but asudden idea came to me. I begged a fortnight's grace from thecreditor, asked for a holiday from my employers, and spent the time inbegging in the City under my disguise. In ten days I had the money andhad paid the debt.
4.  "I thought it as well," said Holmes as we climbed the stile, "thatthis fellow should think we had come here as architects, or on somedefinite business. It may stop his gossip. Good-afternoon, MissStoner. You see that we have been as good as our word."Our client of the morning had hurried forward to meet us with a facewhich spoke her joy. "I have been waiting so eagerly for you," shecried, shaking hands with us warmly. "All has turned out splendidly.Dr. Roylott has gone to town, and it is unlikely that he will beback before evening."
5.   "Sorry, Mr. Holmes, but that's the law."
6.  "Should I appeal to the law? Where were my proofs? I knew that thefacts were true, but could I help to make a jury of countrymen believeso fantastic a story? I might or I might not. But I could not affordto fail. My soul cried out for revenge. I have said to you oncebefore, Mr. Holmes, that I have spent much of my life outside the law,and that I have come at last to be a law to myself. So it was now. Idetermined that the fate which he had given to others should be sharedby himself. Either that or I would do justice upon him with my ownhand. In all England there can be no man who sets less value uponhis own life than I do at the present moment.


1.  With a grave face he lit the lamp and led the way down the corridor.Twice he struck at the chamber door without any reply from within.Then he turned the handle and entered, I at his heels, with the cockedpistol in my hand.
3.  I shook my head. "Surely, Holmes, this is a little far-fetched,"said I.
4、  "What I cannot understand," said I, "is why they should havespared you when they found you lying fainting in the garden. Perhapsthe villain was softened by the woman's entreaties."
5、  It was a close, musty, ill-ventilated place, as might be expected,since its inmate seldom left it. From keeping beasts in a cage, thewoman seemed, by some retribution of fate, to have become herself abeast in a cage. She sat now in a broken armchair in the shadowycorner of the room. Long years of inaction had coarsened the linesof her figure, but at some period it must have been beautiful, and wasstill full and voluptuous. A thick dark veil covered her face, butit was cut off close at her upper lip and disclosed a perfectly shapedmouth and a delicately rounded chin. I could well conceive that shehad indeed been a very remarkable woman. Her voice, too, was wellmodulated and pleasing.




  • 葛丹 08-08

      "No, I don't think I have anything rarer than a Crown Derbytea-set."

  • 刘传江 08-08

      "Quite so. They undoubtedly showed that the affair was much deeperthan was at first conjectured. I thought the matter over, and I cameto the conclusion that I must approach the case from another aspect.But really, Watson, I am keeping you up, and I might just as well tellyou all this on our way to Aldershot to-morrow."

  • 万巴赫 08-08

       "Exactly- one of the richest men in Kent- Lady Brackenstall is inthe morning-room. Poor lady, she has had a most dreadful experience.She seemed half dead when I saw her first. I think you had best seeher and hear her account of the facts. Then we will examine thedining-room together."

  • 于海波 08-08

      "We have known for some time that a clever gang was at work," saidthe inspector. "They have been turning out half-crowns by thethousand. We even traced them as far as Reading, but could get nofarther, for they had covered their traces in a way that showed thatthey were very old hands. But now, thanks to this lucky chance, Ithink that we have got them right enough."

  • 柯珠育 08-07

    {  All day I turned these facts over in my mind, endeavouring to hitupon some theory which could reconcile them all, and to find that lineof least resistance which my poor friend had declared to be thestarting-point of every investigation. I confess that I made littleprogress. In the evening I strolled across the Park, and foundmyself about six o'clock at the Oxford Street end of Park Lane. Agroup of loafers upon the pavements, all staring up at a particularwindow, directed me to the house which I had come to see. A tall, thinman with coloured glasses, whom I strongly suspected of being aplain-clothes detective, was pointing out some theory of his own,while the others crowded round to listen to what he said. I got asnear him as I could, but his observations seemed to me to be absurd,so I withdrew again in some disgust. As I did so I struck against anelderly, deformed man, who had been behind me, and I knocked downseveral books which he was carrying. I remember that as I pickedthem up, I observed the title of one of them, The Origin of TreeWorship, and it struck me that the fellow must be some poorbibliophile, who, either as a trade or as a hobby, was a collectorof obscure volumes. I endeavoured to apologize for the accident, butit was evident that these books which I had so unfortunatelymaltreated were very precious objects in the eyes of their owner. Witha snarl of contempt he turned upon his heel, and I saw his curved backand white side-whiskers disappear among the throng.

  • 文丁继 08-06

      "How else can we explain her frenzied anxiety that her second oneshould not enter it? The facts, as I read them, are something likethis: This woman was married in America. Her husband developed somehateful qualities, or shall we say he contracted some loathsomedisease and became a leper or an imbecile? She flies from him at last,returns to England, changes her name, and starts her life, as shethinks, afresh. She has been married three years and believes that herposition is quite secure, having shown her husband the deathcertificate of some man whose name she has assumed, when suddenlyher whereabouts is discovered by her first husband, or, we maysuppose, by some unscrupulous woman who has attached herself to theinvalid. They write to the wife and threaten to come and expose her.She asks for a hundred pounds and endeavours to buy them off. Theycome in spite of it, and when the husband mentions casually to thewife that there are newcomers in the cottage, she knows in some waythat they are her pursuers. She waits until her husband is asleep, andthen she rushes down to endeavour to persuade them to leave her inpeace. Having no success, she goes again next morning, and her husbandmeets her, as he has told us, as she comes out. She promises himthen not to go there again, but two days afterwards the hope ofgetting rid of those dreadful neighbours was too strong for her, andshe made another attempt, taking down with her the photograph whichhad probably been demanded from her. In the midst of this interviewthe maid rushed in to say that the master had come home, on whichthe wife, knowing that he would come straight down to the cottage,hurried the inmates out at the back door, into the grove of fir-trees,probably, which was mentioned as standing near. In this way he foundthe place deserted. I shall be very much surprised, however, if itis still so when he reconnoitres it this evening. What do you think ofmy theory?"}

  • 杨建均 08-06


  • 张纯 08-06

      "`Well,' said I, `the gentleman at No. 4.'

  • 王逸颖 08-05

       "This is, indeed, a most serious matter. Even more culpable in myopinion, your Grace, is your attitude towards your younger son. Youleave him in this den for three days."

  • 高增尧 08-03

    {  "Not in the least. Is it possible that even now, when I giveyou these results, you are unable to see how they are attained?""I have no doubt that I am very stupid, but I must confessthat I am unable to follow you. For example, how did you deducethat this man was intellectual?"

  • 张进春 08-03

      "The effect of our inquiries at Woolwich has in the main beenagainst young Cadogan West; but the indications at the window wouldlend themselves to a more favourable hypothesis. Let us suppose, forexample, that he had been approached by some foreign agent. It mighthave been done under such pledges as would have prevented him fromspeaking of it, and yet would have affected his thoughts in thedirection indicated by his remarks to his fiancee. Very good. Wewill now suppose that as he went to the theatre with the young lady hesuddenly, in the fog, caught a glimpse of this same agent going in thedirection of the office. He was an impetuous man, quick in hisdecisions. Everything gave way to his duty. He followed the man,reached the window, saw the abstraction of the documents, andpursued the thief. In this way we get over the objection that no onewould take originals when he could make copies. This outsider had totake originals. So far it holds together."