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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  1903
2.  rending, tearing sound, one of the broad, white stones turned overupon its side and left a square, gaping hole, through whichstreamed the light of a lantern. Over the edge there peeped aclean-cut, boyish face, which looked keenly about it, and then,with a hand on either side of the aperture, drew itselfshoulder-high and waist-high, until one knee rested upon the edge.In another instant he stood at the side of the hole and washauling after him a companion, lithe and small like himself, witha pale face and a shock of very red hair.
3.  "I watched him as you fondled the child just now. His face wasclearly reflected in the glass of the window where the shutterformed a background. I saw such jealousy, such cruel hatred, as I haveseldom seen in a human face."
4.  "We have at least an hour before us," he remarked, "for theycan hardly take any steps until the good pawnbroker is safely inbed. Then they will not lose a minute, for the sooner they dotheir work the longer time they will have for their escape. Weare at present, Doctor--as no doubt you have divined--in thecellar of the City branch of one of the principal London banks.Mr. Merryweather is the chairman of directors, and he will explainto you that there are reasons why the more daring criminals ofLondon should take a considerable interest in this cellar atpresent."
5.  "It must be admitted that the workings of this unhappy woman'smind were deep and subtle, so that it was no very simple matter tounravel her plot. I do not think that in our adventures we have evercome across a stranger example of what perverted love can bring about.Whether Miss Dunbar was her rival in a physical or in a merelymental sense seems to have been equally unforgivable in her eyes. Nodoubt she blamed this innocent lady for all those harsh dealings andunkind words with which her husband tried to repel her toodemonstrative affection. Her first resolution was to end her own life.Her second was to do it in such a way as to involve her victim in afate which was worse far than any sudden death could be."We can follow the various steps quite clearly, and they show aremarkable subtlety of mind. A note was extracted very cleverly fromMiss Dunbar which would make it appear that she had chosen the sceneof the crime. In her anxiety that it should be discovered she somewhatoverdid it by holding it in her hand to the last. This alone shouldhave excited my suspicions earlier than it did.
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.  "A proposition which I took the liberty of doubting."
2.  "He is desperately ill. That is why I have come."
3.  "Now, let us calmly define our position, Watson," he continued as weskirted the cliffs together. "Let us get a firm grip of the verylittle which we do know, so that when fresh facts arise we may beready to fit them into their places. I take it, in the first place,that neither of us is prepared to admit diabolical intrusions into theaffairs of men. Let us begin by ruling that entirely out of our minds.Very good. There remain three persons who have been grievouslystricken by some conscious or unconscious human agency. That is firmground. Now, where did this occur? Evidently, assuming his narrativeto be true, it was immediately after Mr. Mortimer Tregennis had leftthe room. That is a very important point. The presumption is that itwas within a few minutes afterwards. The cards still lay upon thetable. It was already past their usual hour for bed. Yet they hadnot changed their position or pushed back their chairs. I repeat,then, that the occurrence was immediately after his departure, and notlater than eleven o'clock last night.
4.  "I have the cabman who took you to Whitehall and the cabman whobrought you away. I have the commissionaire who saw you near the case.I have Ikey Sanders, who refused to cut it up for you. Ikey haspeached, and the game is up."
5.  "It is his love diary?"
6.  "Well, it begins to define itself. I have been to the house-agent's.Our client, as he told us, has been there five years. It was unlet fora year before then. The previous tenant was a gentleman at large namedWaldron. Waldron's appearance was well remembered at the office. Hehad suddenly vanished and nothing more been heard of him. He was atall, bearded man with very dark features. Now, Prescott, the man whomKiller Evans had shot, was, according to Scotland Yard, a tall, darkman with a beard. As a working hypothesis, I think we may take it thatPrescott, the American criminal, used to live in the very room whichour innocent friend now devotes to his museum. So at last we get alink, you see."


1.  "Well, knowing as much as we do, it will be singular indeed if wefail to discover the rest. You must yourself have formed some theorywhich will explain the facts to which we have listened.""In a vague way, yes."
2.  "'Yes, and as old as the house. Down here, through this door.'"We went down a winding stone stair, and my companion, striking amatch, lit a large lantern which stood on a barrel in the corner. Inan instant it was obvious that we had at last come upon the trueplace, and that we had not been the only people to visit the spotrecently.
3.  "'You have boxed a good deal in your youth.'
5.   "Tell me about last night."
6.  "Yes, from Horsham."


1.  Hall Pycroft shook his clenched hands in the air. "Good Lord!" hecried "while I have been fooled in this way, what has this otherHall Pycroft been doing at Mawson's? What should we do, Mr. Holmes?Tell me what to do."
2.  "Well, if you couldn't you couldn't. If the Countess is a hardmistress, you have your chance to get level with her now. Bless thegirl, what are you shivering about? That's right. Pull yourselftogether. Now, let us get down to business." He took a notebook fromthe drawer of his desk. "You say that you have five letters whichcompromise the Countess d'Albert. You want to sell them. I want to buythem. So far so good. It only remains to fix a price. I should want toinspect the letters, of course. If they are really good specimens-Great heavens, is it you?"
3.  "Well, we've lived there fifteen years and no such happenings evercame before. I've had enough of him. Money's not everything. I'll havehim out of my house before the day is done."
4、  "Yes, sir, you know what that means. He's a stiff 'un, sir, if I maysay so. I can get along with the Prime Minister, and I've nothingagainst the Home Secretary, who seemed a civil, obliging sort ofman, but I can't stand his Lordship. Neither can Mr. Holmes, sir.You see, he don't believe in Mr. Holmes and he was against employinghim. He'd rather he failed."
5、  "And why did the tramp take nothing?"




  • 邓卓翔 08-07

      I read as follows:

  • 刘华伟 08-07

      "Don't break it, Count! Don't break it!"

  • 陈白浦 08-07

       "The problem presents features of interest," said he. "I may evensay exceptional features of interest. I have already looked into thematter, and have come, as I think, within sight of my solution. If youcould accompany me in that last step you might be of considerableservice to me."

  • 吴进忠 08-07

      When the commissionaire had gone, Holmes took up the stone andheld it against the light. "It's a bonny thing," said he. "Justsee how it glints and sparkles. Of course it is a nucleus andfocus of crime. Every good stone is. They are the devil's petbaits. In the larger and older jewels every facet may stand for abloody deed. This stone is not yet twenty years old. It wasfound in the banks of the Amoy River in southern China and isremarkable in having every characteristic of the carbuncle, savethat it is blue in shade instead of ruby red. In spite of itsyouth, it has already a sinister history. There have been twomurders, a vitriol-throwing, a suicide, and several robberiesbrought about for the sake of this forty-grain weight ofcrystallized charcoal. Who would think that so pretty a toy wouldbe a purueyor to the gallows and the prison? I'll lock it up inmy strong box now and drop a line to the Countess to say that wehave it."

  • 林亚菊 08-06


  • 滕泰 08-05

      "Oh, you may carry that feeling away with you. I assure you thatyour little problem promises to be the most interesting which has comemy way for some months. There is something distinctly novel about someof the features. If you should find yourself in doubt or in danger-""Danger! What danger do you foresee?"}

  • 陈益军 08-05

      "Don't you see any bearing upon the case? Well, well. I don't insistupon it. No doubt I am wrong. And yet it seems to me to be suggestive.Come with me and introduce me."

  • 沈梦琦 08-05

      It was a small pyramid of black, putty-like stuff, exactly likethe one upon the table of the study. Holmes held it out on his openpalm in the glare of the electric light.

  • 林美新 08-04

       "My dear Watson," said a voice, "you have not even condescended tosay good-morning.'

  • 孔明忠 08-02

    {  "You are mad!" he cried. "You are talking insanely. I helped herto escape? Where is she now?"

  • 郎林卿 08-02

      Mr. Sidney Johnson, the senior clerk, met us at the office andreceived us with that respect which my companion's card alwayscommanded. He was a thin, gruff, bespectacled man of middle age, hischeeks haggard, and his hands twitching from the nervous strain towhich he had been subjected.