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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "For twenty minutes I had sat motionless, thinking the matter out.Musgrave still stood with a very pale face, swinging his lantern andpeering down into the hole.
2.  "Man, Watson, man. Only one, but a very formidable person. Strong asa lion- witness the blow that bent that poker! Six foot three inheight, active as a squirrel, dexterous with his fingers, finally,remarkably quick-witted, for this whole ingenious story is of hisconcoction. Yes, Watson, we have come upon the handiwork of a veryremarkable individual. And yet, in that bell-rope, he has given us aclue which should not have left us a doubt."
3.  "Don't be hurt, my dear fellow. You know that I am quite impersonal.No one else would have done better. Some possibly not so well. Butclearly you have missed some vital points. What is the opinion ofthe neighbours about this man Amberley and his wife? That surely is ofimportance. What of Dr. Ernest? Was he the gay Lothario one wouldexpect? With your natural advantages, Watson, every lady is yourhelper and accomplice. What about the girl at the post-office, orthe wife of the greengrocer? I can picture you whispering softnothings with the young lady at the Blue Anchor, and receiving hardsomethings in exchange. All this you have left undone.""It can still be done."
4.  "Certainly not, sir. Nothing would induce me to leave my collection.But this gentleman has assured me that he will buy me out as soon aswe have established our claim. Five million dollars was the sum named.There are a dozen specimens in the market at the present momentwhich fill gaps in my collection, and which I am unable to purchasefor want of a few hundred pounds. Just think what I could do with fivemillion dollars. Why, I have the nucleus of a national collection. Ishall be the Hans Sloane of my age."
5.  "There was a little passage in front of me, unpapered anduncarpeted, which turned at a right angle at the farther end. Roundthis corner were three doors in a line, the first and third of whichwere open. They each led into an empty room, dusty and cheerless, withtwo windows in the one and one in the other, so thick with dirt thatthe evening light glimmered dimly through them. The centre door wasclosed, and across the outside of it had been fastened one of thebroad bars of an iron bed, padlocked at one end to a ring in the wall,and fastened at the other with stout cord. The door itself waslocked as well, and the key was not there. This barricaded doorcorresponded clearly with the shuttered window outside, and yet Icould see by the glimmer from beneath it that the room was not indarkness. Evidently there was a skylight which let in light fromabove. As I stood in the passage gazing at the sinister door andwondering what secret it might veil, I suddenly heard the sound ofsteps within the room and saw a shadow pass backward and forwardagainst the little slit of dim light which shone out from under thedoor. A mad, unreasoning terror rose up in me at the sight, Mr.Holmes. My overstrung nerves failed me suddenly, and I turned andran-ran as though some dreadful hand were behind me clutching at theskirt of my dress. I rushed down the passage, through the door, andstraight into the arms of Mr. Rucastle, who was waiting outside."'So,' said he, smiling, 'it was you, then. I thought that it mustbe when I saw the door open.'
6.  "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?"


1.  "Well, she knew something of my affairs. They are large, Mr. Holmes-large beyond the belief of an ordinary man. I can make or break- andit is usually break. It wasn't individuals only. It was communities,cities, even nations. Business is a hard game, and the weak go tothe wall. I played the game for all it was worth. I never squealedmyself, and I never cared if the other fellow squealed. But she saw itdifferent. I guess she was right. She believed and said that a fortunefor one man that was more than he needed should not be built on tenthousand ruined men who were left without the means of life. Thatwas how she saw it, and I guess she could see past the dollars tosomething that was more lasting. She found that I listened to what shesaid, and she believed she was serving the world by influencing myactions. So she stayed- and then this came along."
2.  Lestrade laughed. "I am afraid that I am still a sceptic," hesaid. "Theories are all very well, but we have to deal with ahard-headed British jury."
3.  "You think there has been a quarrel?"
4.  "Then put on your hat and come. I am going through the Cityfirst, and we can have some lunch on the way. I observe thatthere is a good deal of German music on the programme, which israther more to my taste than Italian or French. It is
5.  "'How was it stepped?'
6.  "Well, then, spend the next twenty-four hours in an intensivestudy of Chinese pottery."


1.  "Well, about Victor Savage's death. You as good as admitted just nowthat you had done it. I'll forget it."
2.  A woman, young and beautiful, was lying dead upon the bed. Hercalm pale face, with dim, wide-opened blue eyes, looked upward fromamid a great tangle of golden hair. At the foot of the bed, halfsitting, half kneeling, his face buried in the clothes, was a youngman, whose frame was racked by his sobs. So absorbed was he by hisbitter grief, that he never looked up until Holmes's hand was on hisshoulder.
3.  "'But it was Sarah's fault and may the curse of a broken man put ablight on her and set the blood rotting in her veins! It's not thatI want to clear myself. I know that I went back to drink, like thebeast that I was. But she would have forgiven me; she would have stuckas close to me as a rope to a block if that woman had never darkenedour door. For Sarah Cushing loved me- that's the root of the business-she loved me until all her love turned to poisonous hate when she knewthat I thought more of my wife's footmark in the mud than I did of herwhole body and soul.
4.  "That he should appear only at that point?"
5.   "`This is Mr. Jabez Wilson,' said my assistant, `and he iswilling to fill a vacancy in the League.'
6.  "A promise is a promise, Mr. Holmes. If Elsie wished to tell meshe would. If not, it is not for me to force her confidence. But Iam justified in taking my own line- and I will."


1.  "Too clear!" said Holmes. "That was my miscalculation. It is evidentthat his memory is much more reliable than I had thought. By theway, can we, before we go, see the window of Miss Presbury's room?"Mr. Bennett pushed his way through some shrubs, and we had a view ofthe side of the house.
2.  "She and Mrs. King, the cook."
3.  "Yes, from Horsham."
4、  "My God! It's Watson," said he. He was in a pitiable state ofreaction, with every nerve in a twitter. "I say, Watson, whato'clock is it?"
5、  I had just reached the top of the path when it came to me. Like aflash, I remembered the thing for which I had so eagerly and vainlygrasped. You will know, or Watson has written in vain, that I hold avast store of out-of-the-way knowledge without scientific system,but very available for the needs of my work. My mind is like a crowdedbox-room with packets of all sorts stowed away therein- so many that Imay well have but a vague perception of what was there. I had knownthat there was something which might bear upon this matter. It wasstill vague, but at least I knew how I could make it clear. It wasmonstrous, incredible, and yet it was always a possibility. I wouldtest it to the full.




  • 陈龙龙 08-04

      When our hansom deposited us at the house of Mrs. Merrilow, we foundthat plump lady blocking up the open door of her humble but retiredabode. It was very clear that her chief preoccupation was lest sheshould lose a valuable lodger, and she implored us, before showingus up, to say and do nothing which could lead to so undesirable anend. Then, having reassured her, we followed her up the straight,badly carpeted staircase and were shown into the room of themysterious lodger.

  • 王建平 08-04

      "'I have listened to you with patience, Mr. Holmes,' said she.'The effect upon my mind is exactly as predicted. I am aware thatAdelbert, that my fiance, has had a stormy life in which he hasincurred bitter hatreds and most unjust aspersions. You are only thelast of a series who have brought their slanders before me. Possiblyyou mean well, though I learn that you are a paid agent who would havebeen equally willing to act for the Baron as against him. But in anycase I wish you to understand once for all that I love him and that heloves me, and that the opinion of all the world is no more to methan the twitter of those birds outside the window. If his noblenature has ever for an instant fallen, it may be that I have beenspecially sent to raise it to its true and lofty level. I am notclear'- here she turned eyes upon my companion-' who this young ladymay be.'

  • 王铎 08-04

       About nine o'clock the light among the trees was extinguished, andall was dark in the direction of the Manor House. Two hours passedslowly away, and then, suddenly, just at the stroke of eleven, asingle bright light shone out right in front of us.

  • 陈良宇 08-04

      "Put my pipe on the table- and the tobacco-slipper. Right! Come ineach morning and we will plan our campaign."

  • 麦克纳马拉 08-03

    {  I was able at last to persuade my companion to take my advice,though I knew from his excited manner that there was not much hopeof sleep for him. Indeed, his mood was infectious, for I lay tossinghalf the night myself, brooding over this strange problem andinventing a hundred theories, each of which was more impossible thanthe last. Why had Holmes remained at Woking? Why had he asked MissHarrison to remain in the sick-room all day? Why had he been socareful not to inform the people at Briarbrae that he intended toremain near them? I cudgelled my brains until I fell asleep in theendeavour to find some explanation which would cover all these facts.It was seven o'clock when I awoke, and I set off at once forPhelps's room to find him haggard and spent after a sleepless night.His first question was whether Holmes had arrived yet.

  • 李坤龙 08-02

      Witness: It was.}

  • 王善元 08-02

      Sherlock Holmes laughed. "Here is the foresight," said he,putting his finger upon the little disc and loop of thehat-securer. "They are never sold upon hats. If this man orderedone, it is a sign of a certain amount of foresight, since he wentout of his way to take this precaution against the wind. Butsince we see that he has broken the elastic and has not troubledto replace it, it is obvious that he has less foresight now thanformerly, which is a distinct proof of a weakening nature. On theother hand, he has endeavoured to conceal some of these stainsupon the felt by daubing them with ink, which is a sign that hehas not entirely lost his self-respect."

  • 约翰·哈斯巴格 08-02

      Holmes handed me his brother's telegram.

  • 罗佩明 08-01

       "Yes, Mr. Culverton Smith is in, Dr. Watson! Very good, sir, Iwill take up your card."

  • 赵国安 07-30

    {  "Good-bye, Susan. Paregoric is the stuff.... Now," he continued,turning suddenly from lively to severe when the door had closed behindthe flushed and angry woman, "this gang means business. Look how closethey play the game. Your letter to me had the 10 P.M. postmark. Andyet Susan passes the word to Barney. Barney has time to go to hisemployer and get instructions; he or she- I incline to the latter fromSusan's grin when she thought I had blundered- forms a plan. BlackSteve is called in, and I am warned off by eleven o'clock nextmorning. That's quick work, you know."

  • 马谡 07-30

      "Not at all. Drink this." I dashed some brandy into the water, andthe colour began to come back to his bloodless cheeks.