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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  Like all Holmes's reasoning the thing seemed simplicity itselfwhen it was once explained. He read the thought upon my features,and his smile had a tinge of bitterness.
2.  quick-tempered, very foul-mouthed when he was angry, and of a mostretiring disposition. During all the years that he lived atHorsham, I doubt if ever he set foot in the town. He had a gardenand two or three fields round his house, and there he would takehis exercise, though very often for weeks on end he would neverleave his room. He drank a great deal of brandy and smoked veryheavily, but he would see no society and did not want any friends,not even his own brother.
3.  "We examined the room also. There is no possibility of a secretdoor, and the windows are quite thirty feet from the ground. Both ofthem were fastened on the inside. The carpet prevents anypossibility of a trapdoor, and the ceiling is of the ordinarywhitewashed kind. I will pledge my life that whoever stole my paperscould only have come through the door."
4.  "Yes, I did. I spoke to the station-master and also to the innkeeperin the village. I simply asked if they knew anything of my oldcomrade, Godfrey Emsworth. Both of them assured me that he had gonefor a voyage round the world. He had come home and then had almostat once started off again. The story was evidently universallyaccepted."
5.  When John Mason had left us, Holmes set to work making a verycareful examination of the graves, ranging from a very ancient one,which appeared to be Saxon, in the centre, through a long line ofNorman Hugos and Odos, until we reached the Sir William and SirDenis Falder of the eighteenth century. It was an hour or morebefore Holmes came to a leaden coffin standing on end before theentrance to the vault. I heard his little cry of satisfaction andwas aware from his hurried but purposeful movements that he hadreached a goal. With his lens he was eagerly examining the edges ofthe heavy lid. Then he drew from his pocket a short jemmy, abox-opener, which he thrust into a chink, levering back the wholefront, which seemed to be secured by only a couple of clamps. Therewas a rending, tearing sound as it gave way, but it had hardlyhinged back and partly revealed the contents before we had anunforeseen interruption.
6.  "I suppose he would."


1.  "The remainder of the sheet!" cried the inspector.
2.  "'Over the oak.'
3.  "How long did he wait?"
4.  It is with a heavy heart that I take up my pen to write these thelast words in which I shall ever record the singular gifts by which myfriend Mr. Sherlock Holmes was distinguished. In an incoherent and, asI deeply feel, an entirely inadequate fashion, I have endeavoured togive some account of my strange experiences in his company from thechance which first brought us together at the period of the 'Studyin Scarlet,' up to the time of his interference in the matter of the'Naval Treaty'-an interference which had the unquestionable effectof preventing a serious international complication. It was myintention to have stopped there, and to have said nothing of thatevent which has created a void in my life which the lapse of two yearshas done little to fill. My hand has been forced, however, by therecent letters in which Colonel James Moriarty defends the memory ofhis brother, and I have no choice but to lay the facts before thepublic exactly as they occurred. I alone know the absolute truth ofthe matter, and I am satisfied that the time has come when no goodpurpose is to be served by its suppression. As far as I know, therehave been only three accounts in the public press: that in the Journalde Geneve on May 6th, 1891, the Reuter's dispatch in the Englishpapers on May 7th, and finally the recent letters to which I havealluded. Of these the first and second were extremely condensed, whilethe last is, as I shall now show, an absolute perversion of the facts.It lies with me to tell for the first time what really took placebetween Professor Moriarty and Mr. Sherlock Holmes.
5.  It was a bitter night, so we drew on our ulsters and wrappedcravats about our throats. Outside, the stars were shining coldlyin a cloudless sky, and the breath of the passers-by blew out intosmoke like so many pistol shots. Our footfalls rang out crisplyand loudly as we swung through the doctors' quarter, WimpoleStreet, Harley Street, and so through Wigmore Street into OxfordStreet. In a quarter of an hour we were in Bloomsbury at theAlpha Inn, which is a small public-house at the corner of one ofthe streets which runs down into Holborn. Holmes pushed open thedoor of the private bar and ordered two glasses of beer from theruddy-faced, white-aproned landlord.
6.  "It's perfectly absurd, Mr. Holmes," he said. "What can this manpossibly know of what has occurred? It is waste of time and money.""He would not have telegraphed to you if he did not knowsomething. Wire at once that you are coming."


1.  "I can see nothing," said I, handing it back to my friend."On the contrary, Watson, you can see everything. You fail,however, to reason from what you see. You are too timid indrawing your inferences."
2.  "But I have examined them very carefully with a lens. They havepeculiarities."
4.  "Still, jealousy is a strange transformer of characters. Pray whatis your own theory as to what took place?"
5.   .
6.  "It was the question which I was about to put to you, Professor.""To me, sir!"


1.  Sherlock Holmes leaned back in his chair and laughed heartily."Have you dragged the basin of Trafalgar Square fountain?" he asked."Why? What do you mean?"
2.  "The tea which had been ordered was brought up at the end of tenminutes; but the maid, as she approached the door, was surprised tohear the voices of her master and mistress in furious altercation. Sheknocked without receiving any answer, and even turned the handle,but only to find that the door was locked upon the inside. Naturallyenough she ran down to tell the cook, and the two women with thecoachman came up into the hall and listened to the dispute which wasstill raging. They all agreed that only two voices were to be heard,those of Barclay and of his wife. Barclay's remarks were subdued andabrupt so that none of them were audible to the listeners. The lady's,on the other hand, were most bitter, and when she raised her voicecould be plainly heard. 'You coward' she repeated over and over again.'What can be done now? What can be done now? Give me back my life. Iwill never so much as breathe the same air with you again! Youcoward You coward' Those were scraps of her conversation, ending ina sudden dreadful cry in the man's voice, with a crash, and a piercingscream from the woman. Convinced that some tragedy had occurred, thecoachman rushed to the door and strove to force it, while scream afterscream issued from within. He was unable, however, to make his way in,and the maids were too distracted with fear to be of any assistance tohim. A sudden thought struck him, however, and he ran through the halldoor and round to the lawn upon which the long French windows open.One side of the window was open, which I understand was quite usual inthe summertime, and he passed without difficulty into the room. Hismistress had ceased to scream and was stretched insensible upon acouch, while with his feet tilted over the side of an armchair, andhis head upon the ground near the corner of the fender, was lyingthe unfortunate soldier stone dead in a pool of his own blood."Naturally, the coachman's first thought, on finding that he coulddo nothing for his master, was to open the door. But here anunexpected and singular difficulty presented itself. The key was notin the inner side of the door, nor could he find it anywhere in theroom. He went out again, therefore, through the window, and, havingobtained the help of a policeman and of a medical man, he returned.The lady, against whom naturally the strongest suspicion rested, wasremoved to her room, still in a state of insensibility. Thecolonel's body was then placed upon the sofa and a careful examinationmade of the scene of the tragedy.
3.  "'Ah, boys,' said he, forcing a smile, 'I hope I haven'tfrightened you. Strong as I look, there is a weak place in my heart,and it does not take much to knock me over. I don't know how youmanage this, Mr. Holmes, but it seems to me that all the detectives offact and of fancy would be children in your hands. That's your line oflife, sir, and you may take the word of a man who has seen somethingof the world.'
4、  "Have you had something to eat? Then join me in a coffee andcuracao. Try one of the proprietor's cigars. They are less poisonousthan one would expect. Have you the tools?"
5、  "Thank you. I have no doubt I can get details from Forbes. Theauthorities are excellent at amassing facts, though they do not alwaysuse them to advantage. What a lovely thing a rose is!"




  • 汤晓丹 08-06

      "'It was only a little thing, too. I had come into the parlourunexpected, and as I walked in at the door I saw a light of welcome onmy wife's face. But as she saw who it was it faded again, and sheturned away with a look of disappointment. That was enough for me.There was no one but Alec Fairbairn whose step she could have mistakenfor mine. If I could have seen him then I should have killed him,for I have always been like a madman when my temper gets loose. Marysaw the devil's light in my eyes, and she ran forward with her handson my sleeve. "Don't Jim, don't!" says she. "Where's Sarah?" Iasked. "In the kitchen," says she. "Sarah," says I as I went in, "thisman Fairbairn is never to darken my door again." "Why not?" saysshe. "Because I order it." "Oh!" says she, "if my friends are not goodenough for this house, then I am not good enough for it either.""You can do what you like," says I, "but if Fairbairn shows his facehere again I'll send you one of his ears for a keepsake." She wasfrightened by my face, I think, for she never answered a word, and thesame evening she left my house.

  • 经新民 08-06

      "Near Lee, in Kent. We have a seven-mile drive before us.""But I am all in the dark."

  • 野田与三 08-06

       "How is Mr. Holmes, sir?" he asked.

  • 赵兵 08-06

      "We expect him back to-day."

  • 高丽亚 08-05

    {  "No. No one can help. It is finished. All is destroyed. Do what Iwill, all is destroyed."

  • 路金洲 08-04

      "Oh, we can easily find a pretext. After all, this poor man didnot ill-use himself in this outrageous way. Some human hand was on thehandle of that scourge, if indeed it was a scourge which inflicted theinjuries. His circle of acquaintances in this lonely place wassurely limited. Let us follow it up in every direction and we canhardly fail to come upon the motive, which in turn should lead us tothe criminal."}

  • 刘智安 08-04

      "Pshaw, my dear fellow, what do the public, the great unobservantpublic, who could hardly tell a weaver by his tooth or a compositor byhis left thumb, care about the finer shades of analysis and deduction!But, indeed, if you are trivial, I cannot blame you, for the days ofthe great cases are past. Man, or at least criminal man, has lostall enterprise and originality. As to my own little practice, it seemsto be degenerating into an agency for recovering lost lead pencils andgiving advice to young ladies from boarding-schools. I think that Ihave touched bottom at last, however. This note I had this morningmarks my zero-point, I fancy. Read it!" He tossed a crumpled letteracross to me.

  • 柴文忠 08-04

      "I'll tell you what I did first, and how I came to do itafterwards," said he. "After leaving you at the station I went for acharming walk through some admirable Surrey scenery to a pretty littlevillage called Ripley, where I had my tea at an inn and took theprecaution of filling my flask and of putting a paper of sandwiches inmy pocket. There I remained until evening, when I set off for Wokingagain and found myself in the highroad outside Briarbrae just aftersunset.

  • 庄渔 08-03

       "A man's surely," I cried.

  • 吕军海 08-01

    {  "But, so far as you can ascertain, he did not take it?""No, he has not been seen."

  • 鹿轩 08-01

      "An outspoken, honest antagonist is the doctor," said Holmes. "Well,well, he excites my curiosity, and I must really know before I leavehim."