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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "For two days after this I stayed at home, and my wife appeared toabide loyally by our engagement, for, as far as I know, she neverstirred out of the house. on the third day, however, I had ampleevidence that her solemn promise was not enough to hold her backfrom this secret influence which drew her away from her husband andher duty.
2.  "A good deal."
3.  "I was hurried through the hall and into the vehicle, againobtaining that momentary glimpse of trees and a garden. Mr. Latimerfollowed closely at my heels and took his place opposite to me withouta word. In silence we again drove for an interminable distance withthe windows raised, until at last, just after midnight, the carriagepulled up.
4.  "You told me that you had bachelor quarters for one, and I seethat you have no gentleman visitor at present. Your hat-standproclaims as much."
5.  "Not that ever I heard of."
6.  "But it is profoundly true. Singularity is almost invariably a clue.The more featureless and commonplace a crime is, the more difficult itis to bring it home. In this case, however, they have established avery serious case against the son of the murdered man.""It is a murder, then?"


1.  "And your friend was closely related?"
2.  "'Or to cut your hair quite short before you come to us?'"I could hardly believe my ears. As you may observe, Mr. Holmes,my hair is somewhat luxuriant, and of a rather peculiar tint ofchestnut. It has been considered artistic. I could not dream ofsacrificing it in this offhand fashion.
3.  "It is not cold which makes me shiver," said the woman in a lowvoice, changing her seat as requested.
4.  "No, sir. Nothing seemed to have been touched."
5.  "You never were in it?"
6.  "Ah, I see you know my whole story. I need hide nothing from you.I swear to you, Mr. Holmes, that there never was in this world a manwho loved a woman with a more wholehearted love than I had forFrances. I was a wild youngster, I know- not worse than others of myclass. But her mind was pure as snow. She could not bear a shadow ofcoarseness. So, when she came to hear of things that I had done, shewould have no more to say to me. And yet she loved me- that is thewonder of it!- loved me well enough to remain single all her sainteddays just for my sake alone. When the years had passed and I hadmade my money at Barberton I thought perhaps I could seek her outand soften her. I had heard that she was still unmarried. I foundher at Lausanne and tried all I knew. She weakened, I think, but herwill was strong, and when next I called she had left the town. Itraced her to Baden, and then after a time heard that her maid washere. I'm a rough fellow, fresh from a rough life, and when Dr. Watsonspoke to me as he did I lost hold of myself for a moment. But forGod's sake tell me what has become of the Lady Frances.""That is for us to find out," said Sherlock Holmes with peculiargravity. "What is your London address, Mr. Green?"


1.  "In a morass, Watson?"
2.  "Oh, I have my hand upon him. He and the two mates, are, as Ilearn, the only native-born Americans in the ship. The others areFinns and Germans. I know, also, that they were all three awayfrom the ship last night. I had it from the stevedore who hasbeen loading their cargo. By the time that their sailing-shipreaches Savannah the mail-boat will have carried this letter, andthe cable will have informed the police of Savannah that thesethree gentlemen are badly wanted here upon a charge of murder."There is ever a flaw, however, in the best laid of humanplans, and the murderers of John Openshaw were never to receivethe orange pips which would show them that another, as cunning andas resolute as themselves, was upon their track. Very long andvery severe were the equinoctial gales that year. We waited longfor news of the Lone Star of Savannah, but none ever reached us.We did at last hear that somewhere far out in the Atlantic ashattered stern-post of the boat was seen swinging in the troughof a wave, with the letters "L. S." carved upon it, and that isall which we shall ever know of the fate of the Lone Star..1893
3.  Holmes threw the reins into my lap and sprang down from the cart."You're the man we want to see. Where is Miss Violet Smith?" hesaid, in his quick, clear way.
4.  During my long and intimate acquaintance with Mr. Sherlock HolmesI had never heard him refer to his relations, and hardly ever to hisown early life. This reticence upon his part had increased thesomewhat inhuman effect which he produced upon me, until sometimes Ifound myself regarding him as an isolated phenomenon, a brainwithout a heart, as deficient in human sympathy as he was preeminentin intelligence. His aversion to women and his disinclination toform new friendships were both typical of his unemotional character,but not more so than his complete suppression of every reference tohis own people. I had come to believe that he was an orphan with norelatives living; but one day, to my very great surprise, he beganto talk to me about his brother.
5.   It was arranged as he suggested, though Miss Harrison excusedherself from leaving the bedroom, in accordance with Holmes'ssuggestion. What the object of my friend's maneuvres was I could notconceive, unless it were to keep the lady away from Phelps, who,rejoiced by his returning health and by the prospect of action,lunched with us in the dining-room. Holmes had a still morestartling surprise for us, however, for, after accompanying us down tothe station and seeing us into our carriage, he calmly announcedthat he had no intention of leaving Woking.
6.  "Oh, the fellows evidently grabbed hold of everything they couldget."


1.  "How about moving that drugget?"
2.  "At the same time," he remarked after a pause, during which he hadsat puffing at his long pipe and gazing down into the fire, "you canhardly be open to a charge of sensationalism, for out of these caseswhich you have been so kind as to interest yourself in, a fairproportion do not treat of crime, in its legal sense, at all. Thesmall matter in which I endeavoured to help the King of Bohemia, thesingular experience of Miss Mary Sutherland, the problem connectedwith the man with the twisted lip, and the incident of the noblebachelor, were all matters which are outside the pale of the law.But in avoiding the sensational, I fear that you may have borderedon the trivial."
3.  "Why, then- alas!- it must be you and not the stone."
4、  "Well, can you give me no further indications?"
5、  "Then that, of course, accounts for my getting no answer," saidHolmes. "Dear me, how very stupid of me, to be sure! Good-morning,miss, and many thanks for having relieved my mind." He chuckled andrubbed his hands when we found ourselves in the street once more."Well?" I asked.




  • 应洁 08-10

      "What, then, did Peterson do?"

  • 傅成玉 08-10

      Holmes wrote a name upon a slip of paper and handed it to thePremier.

  • 康康 08-10

       My companion seemed to have no further plans for the day, and we didactually use our fishing tackle in the mill-stream, with the resultthat we had a dish of trout for our supper. It was only after thatmeal that Holmes showed signs of renewed activity. Once more wefound ourselves upon the same road as in the morning, which led usto the park gates. A tall, dark figure was awaiting us there, whoproved to be our London acquaintance, Mr. John Mason, the trainer."Good-evening, gentlemen," said he. "I got your note, Mr. Holmes.Sir Robert has not returned yet, but I hear that he is expectedto-night."

  • 鲁鹏飞 08-10

      Well, in the Diogenes Club, for example."

  • 严严 08-09

    {  "If you could have looked into Allardyce's back shop, you would haveseen a dead pig swung from a hook in the ceiling, and a gentleman inhis shirt sleeves furiously stabbing at it with this weapon. I wasthat energetic person, and I have satisfied myself that by no exertionof my strength can I transfix the pig with a single blow. Perhapsyou would care to try?"

  • 刘平 08-08

      "'My father made the fellow gardener,' said my companion, 'and then,as that did not satisfy him, he was promoted to be butler. The houseseemed to be at his mercy, and he wandered about and did what he chosein it. The maids complained of his drunken habits and his vilelanguage. The dad raised their wages all round to recompense themfor the annoyance. The fellow would take the boat and my father's bestgun and treat himself to little shooting trips. And all this with sucha sneering, leering, insolent face that I would have knocked himdown twenty times over if he had been a man of my own age. I tell you,Holmes, I have had to keep a tight hold upon myself all this time; andnow I am asking myself whether, if I had let myself go a littlemore, I might not have been a wiser man.}

  • 陈邦利 08-08

      We looked with horror after the black carriage, lumbering upon itsway. Then we turned our steps towards this ill-omened house in whichthey had met their strange fate.

  • 吕改莲 08-08

      "Show him up, Billy. This is the eminent peer who represents thevery highest interests," said Holmes. "He is an excellent and loyalperson, but rather of the old regime. Shall we make him unbend? Darewe venture upon a slight liberty? He knows, we may conjecture, nothingof what has occurred."

  • 张志中 08-07

       F. M.

  • 贾万征 08-05

    {  "Oh, come, it may prove to be something of interest, after all.""Not social, then?"

  • 杨素 08-05

      "My father is dead, Mr. Holmes. He was James Smith, who conductedthe orchestra at the old Imperial Theatre. My mother and I were leftwithout a relation in the world except one uncle, Ralph Smith, whowent to Africa twenty-five years ago, and we have never had a wordfrom him since. When father died, we were left very poor, but oneday we were told that there was an advertisement in the Times,inquiring for our whereabouts. You can imagine how excited we were,for we thought that someone had left us a fortune. We went at onceto the lawyer whose name was given in the paper. There we, met twogentlemen, Mr. Carruthers and Mr. Woodley, who were home on a visitfrom South Africa. They said that my uncle was a friend of theirs,that he had died some months before in great poverty inJohannesburg, and that he had asked them with his last breath tohunt up his relations, and see that they were in no want. It seemedstrange to us that Uncle Ralph, who took no notice of us when he wasalive, should be so careful to look after us when he was dead, but Mr.Carruthers explained that the reason was that my uncle had justheard of the death of his brother, and so felt responsible for ourfate."