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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  He put a hand on either side of his head and rocked himself to andfro, droning to himself like a child whose grief has got beyond words.Sherlock Holmes sat silent for some few minutes, with his browsknitted and his eyes fixed upon the fire.
2.  "'I stared at him in astonishment.
3.  The Count sprang to his feet, and his hand involuntarily movedback to his hip-pocket.
4.  "It was this horrible scandal," said he. "My brother, Sir James, wasa man of very sensitive honour, and he could not survive such anaffair. It broke his heart. He was always so proud of the efficiencyof his department, and this was a crushing blow."
5.  "No good, my dear Watson. This, the best and only final clue, hasrun to nothing. But, indeed, I have little doubt that we can buildup a sufficient case without it. By Jove! my dear fellow, it is nearlynine, and the landlady babbled of green peas at seven-thirty. Whatwith your eternal tobacco, Watson, and your irregularity at meals, Iexpect that you will get notice to quit, and that I shall share yourdownfall- not, however, before we have solved the problem of thenervous tutor, the careless servant, and the three enterprisingstudents."
6.  The inspector drew a folded sheet of foolscap from his pocketbook."I never pass anything, however trifling," said he with somepomposity. "That is my advice to you, Mr. Holmes. In twenty-fiveyears' experience I have learned my lesson. There is always the chanceof finger-marks or something."


1.  And here it is that I miss my Watson. By cunning questions andejaculations of wonder he could elevate my simple art, which is butsystematized common sense, into a prodigy. When I tell my own storyI have no such aid. And yet I will give my process of thought evenas I gave it to my small audience, which included Godfrey's motherin the study of Colonel Emsworth.
2.  "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?"
3.  Together we stole down to the road and crept across to the door ofthe inn. The bicycle still leaned against the wall. Holmes struck amatch and held it to the back wheel, and I heard him chuckle as thelight fell upon a patched Dunlop tyre. Up above us was the lightedwindow.
4.  "'What an eye you have!' he cried with a sigh of relief. 'It is justas you say. But we won't talk of it. Of all ghosts the ghosts of ourold loves are the worst. Come into the billiard-room and have, a quietcigar.'
5.  "It would strike him that in disappearing he might throw all pursuitoff his track, and at the same time have an ample and crushing revengeupon his old sweetheart, if he could give the impression that he hadbeen murdered by her only child. It was a masterpiece of villainy, andhe carried it out like a master. The idea of the will, which wouldgive an obvious motive for the crime, the secret visit unknown tohis own parents, the retention of the stick, the blood, and the animalremains and buttons in the wood-pile, all were admirable. It was a netfrom which it seemed to me, a few hours ago, that there was nopossible escape. But he had not that supreme gift of the artist, theknowledge of when to stop. He wished to improve that which was alreadyperfect- to draw the rope tighter yet round the neck of hisunfortunate victim- and so he ruined all. Let us descend, Lestrade.There are just one or two questions that I would ask him."The malignant creature was seated in his own parlour, with apoliceman upon each side of him.
6.  "Ah, indeed!" There was no change of expression in the ruggedfeatures of the doctor.


1.  "Now, Watson," said he, "we have picked up two clues this morning.One is the bicycle with the Palmer tyre, and we see what that hasled to. The other is the bicycle with the patched Dunlop. Before westart to investigate that, let us try to realize what we do know, soas to make the most of it, and to separate the essential from theaccidental."
2.  "What can be the matter, then? Can you suggest no explanation?""I have devised seven separate explanations, each of which wouldcover the facts as far as we know them. But which of these iscorrect can only be determined by the fresh information which we shallno doubt find waiting for us. Well, there is the tower of thecathedral, and we shall soon learn all that Miss Hunter has to tell."The Black Swan is an inn of repute in the High Street, at nodistance from the station, and there we found the young lady waitingfor us. She had engaged a sitting-room, and our lunch awaited usupon the table.
3.  "Exactly," said Holmes. "What rugged common sense! None the less,I should be curious to see it."
4.  "What are your terms?"
5.   "When I came to myself it was nightfall, and I raised myself up,feeling very weak and ill. To my surprise there was a house closebeside me, a fairly large house with a broad stoop and many windows.It was deadly cold. You remember the kind of numb cold which used tocome at evening, a deadly, sickening sort of cold, very different froma crisp healthy frost. Well I was chilled to the bone, and my onlyhope seemed to lie in reaching that house. I staggered to my feetand dragged myself along, hardly conscious of what I did. I have a dimmemory of slowly ascending the steps, entering a wide-opened door,passing into a large room which contained several beds, and throwingmyself down with a gasp of satisfaction upon one of them. It wasunmade, but that troubled me not at all. I drew the clothes over myshivering body and in a moment I was in a deep sleep.
6.  "'Where was the shadow?'


2.  "Come, my friend," said he, "our day's work has been quite longenough. I think that we have gathered all that we can. It's a longwalk to the school, and the sooner we get started the better."He hardly opened his lips during that weary trudge across themoor, nor would he enter the school when he reached it, but went on toMackleton Station, whence he could send some telegrams. Late atnight I heard him consoling Dr. Huxtable, prostrated by the tragedy ofhis master's death, and later still he entered my room as alert andvigorous as he had been when he started in the morning. "All goeswell, my friend," said he. "I promise that before to-morrow evening weshall have reached the solution of the mystery."
3.  "'Where to?'
4、  "It would appear so."
5、  "That also I have been able to discover. Miss Marie Devine was themaid of Lady Frances Carfax. Why she should have paid her this checkwe have not yet determined. I have no doubt, however, that yourresearches will soon clear the matter up."




  • 罗泽尔 08-09

      "Well, sir, it's this lonely, silent house and the queer thing inthe kitchen. Then when you tapped at the window I thought it hadcome again."

  • 秦岭—让 08-09

      "In that case, no doubt his family-"

  • 张亮友 08-09


  • 亚历山大·辛克莱 08-09

      "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."

  • 李开周 08-08

    {  The Count scowled, with heavy, threatening eyebrows.

  • 邹善水 08-07

      The ideas of my friend Watson, though limited, are exceedinglypertinacious. For a long time he has worried me to write an experienceof my own. Perhaps I have rather invited this persecution, since Ihave often had occasion to point out to him how superficial are hisown accounts and to accuse him of pandering to popular taste insteadof confining himself rigidly to facts and figures. "Try it yourself,Holmes!" he has retorted, and I am compelled to admit that, havingtaken my pen in my hand, I do begin to realize that the matter must bepresented in such a way as may interest the reader. The following casecan hardly fail to do so, as it is among the strangest happenings inmy collection, though it chanced that Watson had no note of it inhis collection. Speaking of my old friend and biographer, I would takethis opportunity to remark that if I burden myself with a companion inmy various little inquiries it is not done out of sentiment orcaprice, but it is that Watson has some remarkable characteristicsof his own to which in his modesty he has given small attention amidhis exaggerated estimates of my own performances. A confederate whoforesees your conclusions and course of action is always dangerous,but one to whom each development comes as a perpetual surprise, and towhom the future is always a closed book, is indeed an ideal helpmate.I find from my notebook that it was in January, 1903, just after theconclusion of the Boer War, that I had my visit from Mr. James M.Dodd, a big, fresh, sunburned, upstanding Briton. The good Watsonhad at that time deserted me for a wife, the only selfish action whichI can recall in our association. I was alone.}

  • 夏友胜 08-07

      "No," Holmes answered, in his gentlest voice, "I will not causeyou any unnecessary trouble, Lady Brackenstall, and my whole desire isto make things easy for you, for I am convinced that you are amuch-tried woman. If you will treat me as a friend and trust me, youmay find that I will justify your trust."

  • 贾建生 08-07

      "He will be home, sir, at a quarter to one."

  • 李薇 08-06

       "'Where in the world have you been, Effie?' I asked as she entered."She gave a violent start and a kind of gasping cry when I spoke,and that cry and start troubled me more than all the rest, for therewas something indescribably guilty about them. My wife had always beena woman of a frank, open nature, and it gave me a chill to see herslinking into her own room and crying out and wincing when her ownhusband spoke to her.

  • 梁咏琪 08-04

    {  "Holmes, the Scotland Yard Jack-in-office!"

  • 纪经书 08-04