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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "No, I am not."
2.  "'Where was the shadow?'
3.  "The county police ought to make something of that" said he; "why,it is surely obvious that-"
4.  A week passed. The inquest had thrown no light upon the matter andhad been adourned for further evidence. Stackhurst had made discreetinquiry about his subordinate, and there had been a superficial searchof his room, but without result. Personally, I had gone over the wholeground again, both physically and mentally, but with no newconclusions. In all my chronicles the reader will find no case whichbrought me so completely to the limit of my powers. Even myimagination could conceive no solution to the mystery. And thenthere came the incident of the dog.
5.  "It's as well," said the old man; "it's a question whether I shalllive to the Assizes, so it matters little to me, but I should wishto spare Alice the shock. And now I will make the thing clear toyou; it has been a long time in the acting, but will not take melong to tell."
6.  "Now, my dear sir," said Holmes, "is it not obvious to you nowthat this matter really strikes very much deeper than either you orthe police were at first inclined to think? It appeared to you to be asimple case; to me it seems exceedingly complex. Consider what isinvolved by your theory. You suppose that your son came down fromhis bed, went, at great risk, to your dressing-room, opened yourbureau, took out your coronet, broke off by main force a small portionof it, went off to some other place, concealed three gems out of thethirty-nine, with such skill that nobody can find them, and thenreturned with the other thirty-six into the room in which he exposedhimself to the greatest danger of being discovered. I ask you now,is such a theory tenable?"


1.  It was already dark when we reached the old university city.Holmes took a cab at the station and ordered the man to drive to thehouse of Dr. Leslie Armstrong. A few minutes later, we had stoppedat a large mansion on the busiest thoroughfare. We were shown in,and after a long wait were at last admitted into the
2.  "That is so. He called last Tuesday."
4.  "Very good, Mr. Holmes."
5.  "'Then it must be nothing,' said I. And there the matter was left,but the whole thing seemed to me to be so unusual that I thought-"Here we had a very extraordinary interruption.
6.  "Your case is not complete, then?" I asked.


1.  "Dear me! I must have a look at the matter."
2.  "That is no answer. If a man has a hobby he follows it up,whatever his other pursuits may be. You said in your note that youwere a connoisseur."
3.  "Upon my word, Watson!" said Holmes at last with an unsteadyvoice, "I owe you both my thanks and an apology. It was anunjustifiable experiment even for one's self, and doubly so for afriend. I am really very sorry."
4.  "Can I be of assistance?"
5.   "On May 1st the boy arrived, that being the beginning of thesummer term. He was a charming youth, and he soon fell into ourways. I may tell you- I trust that I am not indiscreet, buthalf-confidences are absurd in such a case- that he was not entirelyhappy at home. It is an open secret that the Duke's married life hadnot been a peaceful one, and the matter had ended in a separation bymutual consent, the Duchess taking up her residence in the south ofFrance. This had occurred very shortly before, and the boy'ssympathies are known to have been strongly with his mother. He mopedafter her departure from Holdernesse Hall, and it was for thisreason that the Duke desired to send him to my establishment. In afortnight the boy was quite at home with us and was apparentlyabsolutely happy.
6.  "How is it, then, that the woman who came into the room about nineleft no traces with her muddy boots?"


1.  "You can imagine, Watson, with what eagerness I listened to thisextraordinary sequence of events, and endeavoured to piece themtogether, and to devise some common thread upon which they might allhang. The butler was gone. The maid was gone. The maid had loved thebutler, but had afterwards had cause to hate him. She was of Welshblood, fiery and passionate. She had been terribly excited immediatelyafter his disappearance. She had flung into the lake a bagcontaining some curious contents. These were all factors which hadto be taken into consideration, and yet none of them got quite tothe heart of the matter. What was the starting-point of this chainof events? There lay the end of this tangled line.
2.  Billy advanced and drew away the drapery which screened the alcoveof the bow window.
3.  "In case he wished to ask any questions."
4、  "Singular, no doubt- and yet he did so."
5、  "Everyone knows her. She is the beauty of the neighbourhood- areal beauty, Holmes, who would draw attention everywhere. I knewthat McPherson was attracted by her, but I had no notion that it hadgone so far as these letters would seem to indicate."




  • 曹丽娜 08-08

      "That is understood. In the first place, you have no doubt heardof General de Merville?"

  • 郭晓明 08-08

      Ferguson sat up with a cry of joy.

  • 刘海霞 08-08

       My friend was an enthusiastic musician, being himself not onlya very capable performer but a composer of no ordinary merit. Allthe afternoon he sat in the stalls wrapped in the most perfecthappiness, gently waving his long, thin fingers in time to themusic, while his gently smiling face and his languid, dreamy eyeswere as unlike those of Holmes, the sleuth-hound, Holmes therelentless, keen-witted, ready-handed criminal agent, as it waspossible to conceive. In his singular character the dual naturealternately asserted itself, and his extreme exactness andastuteness represented, as I have often thought, the reactionagainst the poetic and contemplative mood which occasionallypredominated in him. The swing of his nature took him fromextreme languor to devouring energy; and, as I knew well, he wasnever so truly formidable as when, for days on end, he had beenlounging in his armchair amid his improvisations and hisblack-letter editions. Then it was that the lust of the chasewould suddenly come upon him, and that his brilliant reasoningpower would rise to the level of intuition, until those who wereunacquainted with his methods would look askance at him as on aman whose knowledge was not that of other mortals. When I saw himthat afternoon so enwrapped in the music at St. James's Hall Ifelt that an evil time might be coming upon those whom he had sethimself to hunt down.

  • 王梓州 08-08

      I returned to the room downstairs, where Ferguson and Holmes stillsat by the fire. Ferguson listened moodily to my account of theinterview.

  • 王令成 08-07

    {  "It was lost, if I remember aright, at the Hotel

  • 白智英 08-06

      "Well, sir, I think it would hardly interest them. It was just thehead and a few bones of a mummy. It may have been a thousand yearsold. But it wasn't there before. That I'll swear, and so willStephens. It had been stowed away in a corner and covered over witha board, but that corner had always been empty before.""What did you do with it?"}

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  • 尚兵 08-06

      "He said nothing, but he had caught me once with his keys, and Ithink that he suspected. I read in his eves that he suspected. Asyou know, he never held up his head again."

  • 高姗姗 08-05


  • 西安—沈阳 08-03

    {  "Not too busy to listen to you."

  • 亚历山大·茹科夫 08-03

      Mr. Garrideb surveyed me with not too friendly a gaze.