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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You may well say so. And yet there were one or two points whichworried young Edmunds, of the Berkshire Constabulary. A smart ladthat! He was sent later to Allanabad. That was how I came into thematter, for he dropped in and smoked a pipe or two over it.""A thin, yellow-haired man?"
2.  "What are you doing here?"
3.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
4.  "Why should you think so?"
5.  "'Why, what did you think?' I asked.
6.  "I can't tell tales out of school."


1.  "I have heard your name, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, and I am aware of yourprofession- one of which I by no means approve."
2.  "I will do so, and I will show the steps by which I reached it.And let me to you, first, that which it is hardest for me to say andfor you to hear: there has been an understanding between Sir GeorgeBurnwell and your niece Mary. They have now fled together.""My Mary? Impossible!"
3.  "Did you see him on the beach?"
4.  "I think I have known how to frame the letter," said SherlockHolmes. "In fact, if I am not very much mistaken, here is thegentleman himself coming up the drive."
5.  "No; there are very few."
6.  "I am a very busy man. I am a doctor in practice."


1.  "The string was of the quality which is used by sailmakers aboardship, and at once a whiff of the sea was perceptible in ourinvestigation. When I observed that the knot was one which ispopular with sailors, that the parcel had been posted at a port, andthat the male ear was pierced for an earring which is so much morecommon among sailors than landsmen, I was quite certain that an theactors in the tragedy were to be found among our seafaring classes."When I came to examine the address of the packet I observed that itwas to Miss S. Cushing. Now, the oldest sister would, of course, beMiss Cushing, and although her initial was 'S' it might belong toone of the others as well. In that case we should have to commence ourinvestigation from a fresh basis altogether. I therefore went into thehouse with the intention of clearing up this point. I was about toassure Miss Cushing that I was convinced that a mistake had beenmade when you may remember that I came suddenly to a stop. The factwas that I had just seen something which filled me with surprise andat the same time narrowed the field of our inquiry immensely."As a medical man, you are aware, Watson, that there is no part ofthe body which varies so much as the human ear. Each ear is as arule quite distinctive and differs from all other ones. In lastyears Anthropological Journal you will find two short monographsfrom my pen upon the subject. I had, therefore, examined the ears inthe box with the eyes of an expert and had carefully noted theiranatomical peculiarities. Imagine my surprise, then, when on lookingat Miss Cushing I perceived that her ear corresponded exactly with thefemale ear which I had just inspected. The matter was entirelybeyond coincidence. There was the same shortening of the pinna, thesame broad curve of the upper lobe, the same convolution of theinner cartilage. In all essentials it was the same ear."Of course I at once saw the enormous importance of the observation.It was evident that the victim was a blood relation, and probably avery close one. I began to talk to her about her family, and youremember that she at once gave us some exceedingly valuable details."In the first place, her sisters name was Sarah, and her address haduntil recently been the same, so that it was quite obvious how themistake had occurred and for whom the packet was meant. Then weheard of this steward, married to the third sister, and learned thathe had at one time been so intimate with Miss Sarah that she hadactually gone up to Liverpool to be near the Browners, but a quarrelhad afterwards divided them. This quarrel had put a stop to allcommunications for some months, so that if Browner had occasion toaddress a packet to Miss Sarah, he would undoubtedly have done so toher old address.
2.  "Certainly," answered my friend, rising from his chair. "I'll letyou know, and Mr. Melas also. In the meantime, Mr. Melas, I shouldcertainly be on my guard if I were you, for of course they must knowthrough these advertisements that you have betrayed them."As we walked home together, Holmes stopped at a telegraph office andsent of several wires.
3.  "'It took some time,' said I.
4.  "Indeed, it seemed unnecessary to put so nice a bell-pull there. Youwill excuse me for a few minutes while I satisy myself as to thisfloor." He threw himself down upon his face with his lens in hishand and crawled swiftly backward and forward, examining minutelythe cracks between the boards. Then he did the same with the wood-workwith which the chamber was panelled. Finally he walked over to the bedand spent some time in staring at it and in running his eye up anddown the wall. Finally he took the bell-rope in his hand and gave it abrisk tug.
5.   I began to understand what my friend meant when he said that hisbrother possessed even keener faculties than he did himself. Heglanced across at me and smiled. Mycroft took snuff from atortoise-shell box and brushed away the wandering grains from his coatfront with a large, red silk handkerchief.
6.  "That it was written in a train. The good writing representsstations, the bad writing movement, and the very bad writing passingover points. A scientific expert would pronounce at once that this wasdrawn up on a suburban line, since nowhere save in the immediatevicinity of a great city could there be so quick a succession ofpoints. Granting that his whole journey was occupied in drawing up thewill, then the train was an express, only stopping once betweenNorwood and London Bridge."


1.  "Not at all. I should wish to go further into this matter. Itinterests me. Have you any scrap of writing, any letter or telegram,to bear out your assertion?"
2.  "Fortune was very good to us at first. Gennaro was able to do aservice to an Italian gentleman- he saved him from some ruffians inthe place called the Bowery, and so made a powerful friend. His namewas Tito Castalotte, and he was the senior partner of the great firmof Castalotte and Zamba, who are the chief fruit importers of NewYork. Signor Zamba is an invalid, and our new friend Castalotte hasall power within the firm, which employs more than three hundredmen. He took my husband into his employment, made him head of adepartment, and showed his good-will towards him in every way.Signor Castalotte was a bachelor, and I believe that he felt as ifGennaro was his son, and both my husband and I loved him as if he wereour father. We had taken and furnished a little house in Brooklyn, andour whole future seemed assured when that black cloud appeared whichwas soon to overspread our sky.
3.  "Did you ever witness physical violence towards her?"
4、  "We're hunting in couples again, Doctor, you see," said Jonesin his consequential way. "Our friend here is a wonderful man forstarting a chase. All he wants is an old dog to help him to dothe running down."
5、  The veins stood out on the Count's forehead. His dark, hairy handswere clenched in a convulsion of restrained emotion. He tried tospeak, but the words would not shape themselves.




  • 白素贞 08-08

      "It's all going wrong, Watson- all as wrong as it can go. I kept abold face before Lestrade, but, upon my soul, I believe that foronce the fellow is on the right track and we are on the wrong. Allmy instincts are one way, and all the facts are the other, and Imuch fear that British juries have not yet attained that pitch ofintelligence when they will give the preference to my theories overLestrade's facts."

  • 张民选 08-08

      Holmes shot out his long, thin arm and picked out Volume "H" inhis encyclopaedia of reference.

  • 南希 08-08

       "I'd be very glad if you could tell me where that lady may be,"Peters answered coolly. "I've a bill against her for nearly ahundred pounds, and nothing to show for it but a couple of trumperypendants that the dealer would hardly look at. She attached herself toMrs. Peters and me at Baden- it is a fact that I was using anothername at the time- and she stuck on to us until we came to London. Ipaid her bill and her ticket. Once in London, she gave us the slip,and, as I say, left these out-of-date jewels to pay her bills. Youfind her, Mr. Holmes, and I'm your debtor."

  • 梁晋阳 08-08


  • 唐德刚 08-07

    {  "My dear Holmes!"

  • 林振传 08-06

      "I cannot believe my eyes!" He ran wildly to the door. "Where ismy wife? I must tell her that all is well. Hilda! Hilda!" we heard hisvoice on the stairs.}

  • 鲁道源 08-06

      "You are sure this one was among them?"

  • 拉尔夫·史密斯 08-06

      The man mastered himself with a violent effort, and his grim mouthloosened into a false laugh, which was more menacing than his frown."You're welcome to all you can find out in my smithy," said he. "Butlook here, mister, I don't care for folk poking about my place withoutmy leave, so the sooner you pay your score and get out of this thebetter I shall be pleased."

  • 蔡子明 08-05

       "When he was gone I unlocked my bureau, made sure that my treasurewas safe, and locked it again. Then I started to go round the house tosee that all was secure-a duty which I usually leave to Mary but whichI thought it well to perform myself that night. As I came down thestairs I saw Mary herself at the side window of the hail, which sheclosed and fastened as I approached.

  • 林晓英 08-03

    {  "Dead? Did you say he was dead?"

  • 孙会忠 08-03

      "Someone is moving in that room," said Holmes in a whisper, hisgaunt and cager face thrust forward to the window-pane. "Yes, I cansee his shadow. There he is again! He has a candle in his hand. Now heis peering across. He wants to be sure that she is on the lookout. Nowhe begins to flash. Take the message also, Watson, that we may checkeach other. A single flash- that is A, surely. Now, then. How many didyou make it? Twenty. So did I. That should mean T. AT- that'sintelligible enough! Another T. Surely this is the beginning of asecond word. Now, then- TENTA. Dead stop. That can't be all, Watson?ATTENTA gives no sense. Nor is it any better as three words AT, TEN,TA, unless T. A. are a person's initials. There it goes again!What's that? ATTE- why, it is the same message over again. Curious,Watson, very curious! Now he is off once more! AT- why, he isrepeating it for the third time. ATTENTA three times! How often willbe repeat it? No, that seems to be the finish. He has withdrawn fromthe window. What do you make of it, Watson?"