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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I will tell you about last night. You are aware, perhaps, that inthis house all the servants sleep in the modern wing. This centralblock is made up of the dwelling-rooms, with the kitchen behind andour bedroom above. My maid, Theresa, sleeps above my room. There is noone else, and no sound could alarm those who are in the fartherwing. This must have been well known to the robbers, or they would nothave acted as they did.
2.  "Curious, Miss Dunbar, very curious. Why should it appear at thevery time of the tragedy, and why at the very place?"
3.  "I believe that it was undoubtedly so. I rather think, InspectorMartin, that we have now exhausted all that this room can teach us. Ifyou will kindly step round with me, we shall see what fresh evidencethe garden has to offer."
4.  "Do you mean that it disappeared before you went for help?""Yes, it was gone."
5.  "The importance lies in the fact that the knot is left intact, andthat this knot is of a peculiar character."
6.  "All the better. During this long period no one wants anythingfrom you. Now suddenly within three or four days you have urgentdemands. What would you gather from that?"


1.  "Yes, we had best do so."
2.  "Go and do the other half," said Holmes. "I at least, am notprepared to prevent you."
3.  "A greater distance to travel."
4.  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.
5.  The village shop provided a ball of stout twine.
6.  "Then it was not Arthur who took them?"


1.  "Certainly the incident was unusual. What were your next steps?You examined the room, I presume, to see if the intruder had leftany traces-any cigar-end or dropped glove or hairpin or other trifle?""There was nothing of the sort."
2.  "This place, Deep Dene House, is a big modern villa of staringbrick, standing back in its own grounds, with a laurel-clumped lawn infront of it. To the right and some distance back from the road was thetimber-yard which had been the scene of the fire. Here's a roughplan on a leaf of my notebook. This window on the left is the onewhich opens into Oldacre's room. You can look into it from the road,you see. That is about the only bit of consolation I have hadto-day. Lestrade was not there, but his head constable did thehonours. They had just found a great treasure trove. They had spentthe morning raking among the ashes of the burned wood-pile, andbesides the charred organic remains they had secured severaldiscoloured metal discs. I examined them with care, and there was nodoubt that they were trouser buttons. I even distinguished that one ofthem was marked with the name of `Hyams,' who was Oldacres tailor. Ithen worked the lawn very carefully for signs and traces, but thisdrought has made everything as hard as iron. Nothing was to be seensave that some body or bundle had been dragged through a low privethedge which is in a line with the wood-pile. All that, of course, fitsin with the official theory. I crawled about the lawn with an Augustsun on my back, but I got up at the end of an hour no wiser thanbefore.
3.  It was nearly one o'clock when Sherlock Holmes returned from hisexcursion. He held in his hand a sheet of blue paper, scrawled overwith notes and figures.
4.  "I have heard your reasons and regard them as unconvincing andinadequate. We will pass that. You came down here to ask me whom Isuspected. I refused to answer you. You then went to the vicarage,waited outside it for some time, and finally returned to yourcottage."
5.   "The actual possession of the stone."
6.  "But who used him roughly?"


1.  "Away we went then, and we drove for at least an hour. ColonelLysander Stark had said that it was only seven miles, but I shouldthink, from the rate that we seemed to go, and from the time that wetook, that it must have been nearer twelve. He sat at my side insilence all the time, and I was aware, more than once when I glancedin his direction, that he was looking at me with great intensity.The country roads seem to be not very good in that part of theworld, for we lurched and jolted terribly. I tried to look out ofthe windows to see something of where we were, but they were made offrosted glass, and I could make out nothing save the occasional brightblur of a passing light. Now and then I hazarded some remark tobreak the monotony of the journey, but the colonel answered only inmonosyllables, and the conversation soon flagged. At last, however,the bumping of the road was exchanged for the crisp smoothness of agravel-drive, and the carriage came to a stand. Colonel Lysander Starksprang out, and, as I followed after him, pushed me swiftly into aporch which gaped in front of us. We stepped, as it were, right out ofthe carriage and into the hall, so that I failed to catch the mostfleeting glance of the front of the house. The instant that I hadcrossed the threshold the door slammed heavily behind us, and Iheard faintly the rattle of the wheels as the carriage drove away."It was pitch dark inside the house, and the colonel fumbled aboutlooking for matches and muttering under his breath. Suddenly a dooropened at the other end of the passage, and a long, golden bar oflight shot out in our direction. It grew broader, and a woman appearedwith a lamp in her hand, which she held above her head, pushing herface forward and peering at us. I could see that she was pretty, andfrom the gloss with which the light shone upon her dark dress I knewthat it was a rich material. She spoke a few words in a foreign tonguein a tone as though asking a question, and when my companionanswered in a gruff monosyllable she gave such a start that the lampnearly fell from her hand. Colonel Stark went up to her, whisperedsomething in her ear, and then, pushing her back into the room fromwhence she had come, he walked towards me again with the lamp in hishand.
2.  "It means nothing to the message, but it might mean a good deal tous if we had no other means of discovering the sender. You see that hehas begun by writing "The...game...is," and so on. Afterwards hehad, to fulfil the prearranged cipher, to fill in any two words ineach space. He would naturally use the first words which came to hismind, and if there were so many which referred to sport among them,you may be tolerably sure that he is either an ardent shot orinterested in breeding. Do you know anything of this Beddoes?'"'Why, now that you mention it,' said he, 'I remember that my poorfather used to have an invitation from him to shoot over his preservesevery autumn.'
3.  "Having got so far, my next step was, of course, to examine into thedetails of the crime, and to see how far they would help us. I went upto the house with the inspector and saw all that was to be seen. Thewound upon the dead man was, as I was able to determine withabsolute confidence, fired from a revolver at the distance ofsomething over four yards. There was no powder-blackening on theclothes. Evidently, therefore, Alec Cunningham had lied when he saidthat the two men were struggling when the shot was fired. Again,both father and son agreed as to the place where the man escapedinto the road. At that point, however, as it happens, there is abroadish ditch, moist at the bottom. As there were no indications ofboot-marks about this ditch, I was absolutely sure not only that theCunninghams had again lied but that there had never been any unknownman upon the scene at all.
4、  "Well, I want to see the man who lives here, whatever he may callhimself," said Holmes firmly.
5、I have never known my friend to be in better form, both mental andphysical, than in the year '95. His increasing fame had brought withit an immense practice, and I should be guilty of an indiscretion if Iwere even to hint at the identity of some of the illustrious clientswho crossed our humble threshold in Baker Street. Holmes, however,like all great artists, lived for his art's sake, and, save in thecase of the Duke of Holdernesse, I have seldom known him claim anylarge reward for his inestimable services. So unworldly was he- orso capricious- that he frequently refused his help to the powerful andwealthy where the problem made no appeal to his sympathies, while hewould devote weeks of most intense application to the affairs ofsome humble client whose case presented those strange and dramaticqualities which appealed to his imagination and challenged hisingenuity.




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      "From the point of view of the criminal" said Mr. Sherlock Holmes,"London has become a singularly uninteresting city since the deathof the late lamented Professor Moriarty."

  • 方燕 08-03

      "`Oh,' said he, `his name was William Morris. He was asolicitor and was using my room as a temporary convenience untilhis new premises were ready. He moved out yesterday.'

  • 蒋中呈 08-03

       "Then I can wait in the next room."

  • 金世洵 08-03

      "This instant."

  • 彼得·埃文斯 08-02

    {  "I hope you observed all precautions, Mrs. Hudson?" said Holmes."I went to it on my knees, sir, just as you told me."

  • 牛伟坤 08-01

      There were the sounds of running feet behind, but it was, to myrelief, not the formidable professor but his assistant who appearedround the curve of the drive. He came panting up to us."I am so sorry, Mr. Holmes. I wished to apologize."}

  • 刁一峰 08-01

      "My researches!"

  • 董园园 08-01

      "Come, come," said Baynes cheerily, "I think better of the lawthan that. Self-defence is one thing. To entice a man in cold bloodwith the object of murdering him is another, whatever danger you mayfear from him. No, no, we shall all be justified when we see thetenants of High Gable at the next Guildford Assizes."

  • 单爱根 07-31

       "The body could not remain there. On the first night Norlett and Icarried it out to the old well-house, which is now never used. We werefollowed, however, by her pet spaniel, which yapped continually at thedoor, so I felt some safer place was needed. I got rid of the spaniel,and we carried the body to the crypt of the church. There was noindignity or irreverence, Mr. Holmes. I do not feel that I havewronged the dead."

  • 张华 07-29

    {  "By the way, Watson, I suppose you see it all clearly?""No, I can't say that I do. I only gather that we are going to seethe lady who is behind all this mischief."

  • 刘晓云 07-29

      Mr. Mason shuffled uncomfortably.