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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "How long was it before you went to bed?"
2.  "Well, well, I have a clear day, and I shall be happy to look intothe matter," said Holmes. "I should strongly recommend you to makeyour preparations for your match without reference to this younggentleman. It must, as you say, have been an overpowering necessitywhich tore him away in such a fashion, and the same necessity islikely to hold him away. Let us step round together to the hotel,and see if the porter can throw any fresh light upon the matter."Sherlock Holmes was a past-master in the art of putting a humblewitness at his ease, and very soon, in the privacy of GodfreyStaunton's abandoned room, he had extracted all that the porter had totell. The visitor of the night before was not a gentleman, neither washe a workingman. He was simply what the porter described as a"medium looking chap," a man of fifty, beard grizzled, pale face,quietly dressed. He seemed himself to be agitated. The porter hadobserved his hand trembling when he had held out the note. GodfreyStaunton had crammed the note into his pocket. Staunton had not shakenhands with the man in the hall. They had exchanged a few sentences, ofwhich the porter had only distinguished the one word "time." Then theyhad hurried off in the manner described. It was just half-past tenby the hall clock.
3.  "But why should this man pretend to be his own brother?""Well, that is pretty clear also. There are evidently only two ofthem in it. The other is impersonating you at the office. This oneacted as your engager, and then found that he could not find you anemployer without admitting a third person into his plot. That he wasmost unwilling to do. He changed his appearance as far as he could,and trusted that the likeness, which you could not fail to observe,would be put down to a family resemblance. But for the happy chance ofthe gold stuffing, your suspicions would probably never have beenaroused."
4.  "Oh, sir, you are the very man whom I have longed to meet,"cried the little fellow with outstretched hands and quiveringfingers. "I can hardly explain to you how interested I am in thismatter."
5.  "Very good. Now, Mr. Wilson?"
6.  "That was wise. You say Sir Robert was away yesterday. Has hereturned?"


1.  "What of Mr. McPherson's dog?"
2.  "'Very good.'
3.  We had risen to go, but there was something in the woman's voicewhich arrested Holmes's attention. He turned swiftly upon her."Your life is not your own," he said. "Keep your hands off it.""What use is it to anyone?"
4.  He had ripped up my trousers with his pocket-knife.
5.  "We can hardly suppose, Mr. Holmes, that the thief took the treatyin order to frame it and hang it up."
6.  "I had only known her a few weeks."


1.  "She walked into the breakfast-room."
3.  "No."
4.  "Well, Watson, it is on the face of it a not impossible supposition.The man who had the guilt upon his soul of having brought such afate upon his own family might well be driven by remorse to inflict itupon himself. There are, however, some cogent reasons against it.Fortunately, there is one man in England who knows all about it, and Ihave made arrangements by which we shall hear the facts this afternoonfrom his own lips. Ah! he is a little before his time. Perhaps youwould kindly step this way, Dr. Leon Sterndale. We have beenconducting a chemical experiment indoors which has left our littleroom hardly fit for the reception of so distinguished a visitor."I had heard the click of the garden gate, and now the majesticfigure of the great African explorer appeared upon the path. He turnedin some surprise towards the rustic arbour in which we sat."You sent for me, Mr. Holmes. I had your note about an hour ago, andI have come, though I really do not know why I should obey yoursummons."
5.   "Well, really, I came to seek a theory, not to propound one. Ihave given you all the facts. Since you ask me, however, I may saythat it has occurred to me as possible that the excitement of thisaffair, the consciousness that she had made so immense a socialstride, had the effect of causing some little nervous disturbance inmy wife."
6.  "Suppose that Cadogan West wished to make his way into thebuilding after hours; he would need three keys, would he not, beforehe could reach the papers?"


1.  "Yes, and I have no doubt that is her ring."
2.  "With me!"
3.  I met him accordingly next morning and we travelled down to Wokingtogether. He had had no answer to his advertisement, he said, and nofresh light had been thrown upon the case. He had, when he so willedit, the utter immobility of countenance of a red Indian, and I couldnot gather from his appearance whether he was satisfied or not withthe position of the case. His conversation, I remember, was aboutthe Bertillon system of measurements, and he expressed hisenthusiastic admiration of the French savant.
4、  "Our next obvious step is to check, so far as we can, themovements of Mortimer Tregennis after he left the room. In thisthere is no difficulty, and they seem to be above suspicion. Knowingmy methods as you do, you were, of course, conscious of the somewhatclumsy water-pot expedient by which I obtained a clearer impress ofhis foot than might otherwise have been possible. The wet, sandypath took it admirably. Last night was also wet, you will remember,and it was not difficult- having obtained a sample print- to pickout his track among others and to follow his movements. He appearsto have walked away swiftly in the direction of the vicarage."If, then, Mortimer Tregennis disappeared from the scene, and yetsome outside person affected the cardplayers, how can we reconstructthat person, and how was such an impression of horror conveyed? Mrs.Porter may be eliminated. She is evidently harmless. Is there anyevidence that someone crept up to the garden window and in some mannerproduced so terrific an effect that he drove those who saw it out oftheir senses? The only suggestion in this direction comes fromMortimer Tregennis himself, who says that his brother spoke about somemovement in the garden. That is certainly remarkable, as the night wasrainy, cloudy, and dark. Anyone who had the design to alarm thesepeople would be compelled to place his very face against the glassbefore he could be seen. There is a three-foot flower-border outsidethis window, but no indication of a footmark. It is difficult toimagine, then, how an outsider could have made so terrible animpression upon the company, nor have we found any possible motive forso strange and elaborate an attempt. You perceive our difficulties,Watson?"
5、  "Yes, sir."




  • 郑天虹 08-04

      "'You have been in New Zealand.'

  • 齐辉堂 08-04

      "If necessary."

  • 陈德斌 08-04

       It was seven in the evening of a lovely summer's day, but Dr. Watsonwas sufficiently familiar with the irregularity of his old friend'shours to feel no surprise at the idea.

  • 朱镕基 08-04

      There was a sound upon the stairs, and our door was opened toadmit as fine a specimen of manhood as ever passed through it. Hewas a very tall young man, golden-moustached, blue-eyed, with a skinwhich had been burned by tropical suns, and a springy step, whichshowed that the huge frame was as active as it was strong. He closedthe door behind him, and then he stood with clenched hands and heavingbreast, choking down some overmastering emotion.

  • 吕庆昌 08-03

    {  "And why?"

  • 朱大勇 08-02

      "You know him?"}

  • 梁远辉 08-02

      "Very good, Mr. Holmes."

  • 陈咏彤 08-02

      "Oh, Mr. Sherlock Holmes!" she cried, glancing from one to the otherof us, and finally, with a woman's quick intuition, fastening uponmy companion, "I am so glad that you have come. I have driven downto tell you so. I know that James didn't do it. I know it, and Iwant you to start upon your work knowing it, too. Never let yourselfdoubt upon that point. We have known each other since we were littlechildren, and I know his faults as no one else does; but he is tootenderhearted to hurt a fly. Such a charge is absurd to anyone whoreally knows him."

  • 白荷 08-01


  • 金泰镇 07-30

    {  "Don't touch me, Jimmie. Keep your distance. Yes, you may wellstare! I don't quite look the smart Lance-Corporal Emsworth, of BSquadron, do I?"

  • 徐文秋 07-30

      When one considers that Mr. Sherlock Holmes was in active practicefor twenty-three years, and that during seventeen of these I wasallowed to cooperate with him and to keep notes of his doings, it willbe clear that I have a mass of material at my command. The problem hasalways been not to find but to choose. There is the long row ofyear-books which fill a shelf, and there are the dispatch-cases filledwith documents, a perfect quarry for the student not only of crime butof the social and official scandals of the late Victorian era.Concerning these latter, I may say that the writers of agonizedletters, who beg that the honour of their families or the reputationof famous forebears may not be touched, have nothing to fear. Thediscretion and high sense of professional honour which have alwaysdistinguished my friend are still at work in the choice of thesememoirs, and no confidence will be abused. I deprecate, however, inthe strongest way the attempts which have been mode lately to get atand to destroy these papers. The source of these outrages is known,and if they are repeated I have Mr. Holmes's authority for saying thatthe whole story concerning the politician, the lighthouse, and thetrained cormorant will be given to the public. There is at least onereader who will understand.