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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Did Lady Brackenstall say that screw was used?"
2.  "Excuse me, my dear fellow," said he, as we watched the rearcarriages of our train disappearing round a curve, "I am sorry to makeyou the victim of what may seem a mere whim, but on my life, Watson, Isimply can't leave that case in this condition. Every instinct thatI possess cries out against it. It's wrong- it's all wrong- I'll swearthat it's wrong. And yet the lady's story was complete, the maid'scorroboration was sufficient, the detail was fairly exact. What have Ito put up against that? Three wine-glasses, that is all. But if Ihad not taken things for granted, if I had examined everything withcare which I should have shown had we approached the case de novoand had no cut-and-dried story to warp my mind, should I not then havefound something more definite to go upon? Of course I should. Sit downon this bench, Watson, until a train for Chiselhurst arrives, andallow me to lay the evidence before you, imploring you in the firstinstance to dismiss from your mind the idea that anything which themaid or her mistress may have said must necessarily be true. Thelady's charming personality must not be permitted to warp ourjudgment.
3.  "The London press has not had very full accounts. I have just beenlooking through all the recent papers in order to master theparticulars. It seems, from what I gather, to be one of those simplecases which are so extremely difficult."
4.  "You see no possible object he has in view?"
5.  "'And a very good thing, too!' I cried.
6.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


1.  "I can think of none."
2.  Amid the droning of the wind there had come the stamping of ahorse's hoofs, and the long grind of a wheel as it rasped againstthe curb. The cab which I had seen had pulled up at our door."What can he want?" I ejaculated, as a man stepped out of it."Want? He wants us. And we, my poor Watson, want overcoats andcravats and goloshes, and every aid that man ever invented to fightthe weather. Wait a bit, though! There's the cab off again! There'shope yet. He'd have kept it if he had wanted us to come. Run down,my dear fellow, and open the door, for all virtuous folk have beenlong in bed."
3.  "You mean that the person will come again?"
4.  "Why did he try the window on the first occasion," I asked, "when hemight have entered by the door?"
5.  "I can see that you have not slept for a night or two," saidHolmes in his easy, genial way. "That tries a man's nerves more thanwork, and more even than pleasure. May I ask how I can help you?""I wanted your advice, sir. I don't know what to do, and my wholelife seems to have gone to pieces."
6.  -THE END-


1.  "Susan did."
2.  "This aroused my curiosity, so when I went out for a walk in thegrounds with my charge, I strolled round to the side from which Icould see the windows of this part of the house. There were four ofthem in a row, three of which were simply dirty, while the fourthwas shuttered up. They were evidently all deserted. As I strolled upand down, glancing at them occasionally, Mr. Rucastle came out tome, looking as merry and jovial as ever.
3.  "I feel it and admit it."
4.  I produced it from my hip-pocket, a short, handy, but veryserviceable little weapon. He undid the catch, shook out thecartridges, and examined it with care.
5.   "And now I have to consider the motive of this singular crime. Toget at this, I endeavoured first of all to solve the reason of theoriginal burglary at Mr. Acton's. I understood, from something whichthe colonel told us, that a lawsuit had been going on between you, Mr.Acton, and the Cunninghams. Of course, it instantly occurred to methat they had broken into your library with the intention of gettingat some document which might be of importance in the case.""Precisely so," said Mr. Acton. "There can be no possible doubt asto their intentions. I have the clearest claim upon half of theirpresent estate, and if they could have found a single paper-which,fortunately, was in the strong-box of my solicitors-they wouldundoubtedly have crippled our case."
6.  "Well, at least he is fairly well-to-do. But he goes into the citytwo or three times a week. He is deeply interested in South Africangold shares."


1.  I find it recorded in my notebook that it was a bleak and windy day,towards the end of March in the year 1892. Holmes had received atelegram while we sat at our lunch, and he had scribbled a reply. Hemade no remark, but the matter remained in his thoughts, for hestood in front of the fire afterwards with a thoughtful face,smoking his pipe, and casting an occasional glance at the message.Suddenly he turned upon me with a mischievous twinkle in his eyes."I suppose, Watson, We must look upon you as a man of letters," saidhe. "How do you define the word 'grotesque'?"
2.  "I suppose that everyone finds his first independent start inbusiness a dreary experience. To me it has been exceptionally so.During two years I have had three consultations and one small job, andthat is absolutely all that my profession has brought me. My grosstakings amount to L27 10s. Every day, from nine in the morning untilfour in the afternoon, I waited in my little den, until at last: myheart began to sink, and I came to believe that I should never haveany practice at all.
3.  "This is astonishing," said I, as I handed back the volume. "Theman's career is that of an honourable soldier."
4、  "If I can be of use."
5、  "But has this impediment been removed?"




  • 杨振文 08-08

      "ARAT," I read.

  • 姜军 08-08

      "I understand that you have something to report, Mr. Holmes?""Purely negative as yet," my friend answered. "I have inquired atevery point where it might be, and I am sure that there is no dangerto be apprehended."

  • 王正和 08-08

       "But when a man has been soldiering for a year or two with brotherBoer as a playmate, he keeps his nerve and acts quickly. Godfrey hadhardly vanished before I was at the window. There was an awkwardcatch, and I was some little time before I could throw it up. Then Inipped through and ran down the garden path in the direction that Ithought he might have taken.

  • 彭冠英 08-08

      "Third right, fourth left," answered the assistant promptly,closing the door.

  • 王素毅 08-07

    {  This was raving insanity. He shuddered, and again made a soundbetween a cough and a sob.

  • 唐纳德·莱维斯 08-06


  • 白云天 08-06

      "My dear young lady," cried Holmes earnestly, "I beg you to haveno illusions upon the point. Mr. Cummings here would assure you thatall the cards are at present against us, and that we must doeverything that is possible if we are to win clear. It would be acruel deception to pretend that you are not in very great danger. Giveme all the help you can, then, to get at the truth."

  • 金鞭溪 08-06

      "Why, you are a common burglar."

  • 亚莎 08-05

       "This hat is three years old. These flat brims curled at theedge came in then. It is a hat of the very best quality. Look atthe band of ribbed silk and the excellent lining. If this mancould afford to buy so expensive a hat three years ago, and hashad no hat since, then he has assuredly gone down in the world.""Well, that is clear enough, certainly. But how about theforesight and the moral retrogression?"

  • 臧美华 08-03

    {  "Now, Susan, wheezy people may not live long, you know. It's awicked thing to tell fibs. Whom did you tell?"

  • 王子建 08-03

      It was a long and melancholy vigil, and yet brought with itsomething of the thrill which the bunter feels when he lies beside thewater-pool, and waits for the coming of the thirsty beast of prey.What savage creature was it which might steal upon us out of thedarkness? Was it a fierce tiger of crime, which could only be takenfighting hard with flashing fang and claw, or would it prove to besome skulking jackal, dangerous only to the weak and unguarded?In absolute silence we crouched amongst the bushes, waiting forwhatever might come. At first the steps of a few belated villagers, orthe sound of voices from the village, lightened our vigil, but oneby one these interruptions died away, and an absolute stillness fellupon us, save for the chimes of the distant church, which told us ofthe progress of the night, and for the rustle and whisper of a finerain falling amid the foliage which roofed us in.