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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You remember that a stonemason, named Slater, walking from ForestRow about one o'clock in the morning- two days before the murder-stopped as he passed the grounds and looked at the square of lightstill shining among the trees. He swears that the shadow of a man'shead turned sideways was clearly visible on the blind, and that thisshadow was certainly not that of Peter Carey, whom he knew well. Itwas that of a bearded man, but the beard was short and bristledforward in a way very different from that of the captain. So hesays, but he had been two hours in the public-house, and it is somedistance from the road to the window. Besides, this refers to theMonday, and the crime was done upon the Wednesday.
2.  Again the gentle murmur.
3.  "You have neither of you any doubt as to your son's guilt?""How can we have when I saw him with my own eyes with the coronet inhis hands."
4.  Sterndale sat down with a gasp, overawed for, perhaps, the firsttime in his adventurous life. There was a calm assurance of power inHolmes's manner which could not be withstood. Our visitor stammeredfor a moment, his great hands opening and shutting in his agitation."What do you mean?" he asked at last. "If this is bluff upon yourpart, Mr. Holmes, you have chosen a bad man for your experiment. Letus have no more beating about the bush. What do you mean?""I will tell you," said Holmes, "and the reason why I tell you isthat I hope frankness may beget frankness. What the next step may bewill depend entirely upon the nature of your own defence.""My defence?"
5.  "The Baron's present address, please?"
6.  It is said that the barrister who crams up a case with such carethat he can examine an expert witness upon the Monday has forgottenall his forced knowledge before the Saturday. Certainly I should notlike now to pose as an authority upon ceramics. And yet all thatevening, and all that night with a short interval for rest, and allnext morning, I was sucking in knowledge and committing names tomemory. There I learned of the hall-marks of the great


1.  "The body was found at six on the Tuesday morning. It was lying wideof the metals upon the left hand of the track as one goes eastward, ata point close to the station, where the line emerges from the tunnelin which it runs. The head was badly crushed- an injury which mightwell have been caused by a fall from the train. The body could onlyhave come on the line in that way. Had it been carried down from anyneighbouring street, it must have passed the station barriers, where acollector is always standing. This point seems absolutely certain.""Very good. The case is definite enough. The man, dead or alive,either fell or was precipitated from a train. So much is clear tome. Continue."
2.  "Dear me! that is certainly remarkable. What about his luggage?""He had one big brown bag with him- nothing else."
3.  "Perhaps you would not mind telling me if your suspicions point inany particular direction?"
4.  "I think you acted very wisely indeed," said Holmes. "But are youreally anxious to acquire an estate in America?"
5.  It was the sight of that Alpine-stock which turned me cold and sick.He had not gone to Rosenlaui, then. He had remained on that three-footpath, with sheer wall on one side and sheer drop on the other, untilhis enemy had overtaken him. The young Swiss had gone too. He hadprobably been in the pay of Moriarty and had left the two mentogether. And then what had happened? Who was to tell us what hadhappened then?
6.  "I have heard of you, Mr. Holmes. I heard from Major


1.  "Then you will soon get the clearest fact of all. The bodiescannot be far away.
2.  "You may be sure he has them hidden in a safe place. When thewhole elopement had passed into history, he would suddenly discoverthem and announce that the guilty couple had relented and sent backthe plunder or had dropped it on the way."
3.  With a motherly tenderness the gaunt woman put her arm round hermistress and led her from the room.
4.  "Gone to the nearest public-house. That is the centre of countrygossip. They would have told you every name, from the master to thescullery-maid. Williamson? It conveys nothing to my mind. If he isan elderly man he is not this active cyclist who sprints away fromthat young lady's athletic pursuit. What have we gained by yourexpedition? The knowledge that the girl's story is true. I neverdoubted it. That there is a connection between the cyclist and theHall. I never doubted that either. That the Hall is tenanted byWilliamson. Who's the better for that? Well, well, my dear sir,don't look so depressed. We can do little more until next Saturday,and in the meantime I may make one or two inquiries myself."Next morning, we had a note from Miss Smith, recounting shortlyand accurately the very incidents which I had seen, but the pith ofthe letter lay in the postscript:
5.   "I went as far as the Crystal Palace, spent an hour in thegrounds, and was back in Norbury by one o'clock. It happened that myway took me past the cottage, and I stopped for an instant to lookat the windows and to see if I could catch a glimpse of the strangeface which had looked out at me on the day before. As I stood there,imagine my surprise, Mr. Holmes, when the door suddenly opened andmy wife walked out.
6.  Well, it is not for me to judge you," said Holmes as the old mansigned the statement which had been drawn out. "I pray that we maynever be exposed to such a temptation."


1.  "I saw her in conversation with her maid."
2.  1911
3.  "Certainly," answered my friend, rising from his chair. "I'll letyou know, and Mr. Melas also. In the meantime, Mr. Melas, I shouldcertainly be on my guard if I were you, for of course they must knowthrough these advertisements that you have betrayed them."As we walked home together, Holmes stopped at a telegraph office andsent of several wires.
4、  "I believe that it was undoubtedly so. I rather think, InspectorMartin, that we have now exhausted all that this room can teach us. Ifyou will kindly step round with me, we shall see what fresh evidencethe garden has to offer."
5、  "What's up, then?" asked Holmes with a twinkle in his eye. "You lookdissatisfied."




  • 邵雯 08-11

      "Then you won't forgive me? You won't shake hands before I go?""Oh, certainly, if it would give you any pleasure." He put out hishand and coldly grasped that which she attended to him."I had hoped," suggested Holmes, "that you would have joined us in afriendly supper."

  • 张延 08-11

      "So I should say. It will be our fault if we are not there toreceive him. Meanwhile, let me see the inside of the cabin."The traces of the tragedy had been removed, but the furniture withinthe little room still stood as it had been on the night of thecrime. For two hours, with most intense concentration, Holmes examinedevery object in turn, but his face showed that his quest was not asuccessful one. Once only he paused in his patient investigation."Have you taken anything off this shelf, Hopkins?"

  • 黄行辉 08-11

       He sat opposite to me, and lit a cigarette in his old, nonchalantmanner. He was dressed in the seedy frockcoat of the book merchant,but the rest of that individual lay in a pile of white hair and oldbooks upon the table. Holmes looked even thinner and keener than ofold, but there was a dead-white tinge in his aquiline face whichtold me that his life recently had not been a healthy one."I am glad to stretch myself, Watson," said he. "It is no jokewhen a tall man has to take a foot off his stature for several hourson end. Now, my dear fellow, in the matter of these explanations, wehave, if I may ask for your cooperation, a hard and dangerousnight's work in front of us. Perhaps it would be better if I gaveyou an account of the whole situation when that work is finished.""I am full of curiosity. I should much prefer to hear now.""You'll come with me to-night?"

  • 周春来 08-11

      "Excellent, Lestrade, excellent!" he cried. "But I didn't quitefollow your explanation of the destruction of the busts.""The busts! You never can get those busts out of your head. Afterall, that is nothing; petty larceny, six months at the most. It is themurder that we are really investigating, and I tell you that I amgathering all the threads into my hands."

  • 和小威 08-10

    {  In recording from time to time some of the curious experiences andinteresting recollections which I associate with my long andintimate friendship with Mr. Sherlock Holmes, I have continuallybeen faced by difficulties caused by his own aversion to publicity. Tohis sombre and cynical spirit all popular applause was alwaysabhorrent, and nothing amused him more at the end of a successful casethan to hand over the actual exposure to some orthodox official, andto listen with a mocking smile to the general chorus of misplacedcongratulation. It was indeed this attitude upon the part of my friendand certainly not any lack of interesting material which has caused meof late years to lay very few of my records before the public. Myparticipation in some of his adventures was always a privilege whichentailed discretion and reticence upon me.

  • 钟久夫 08-09

      THE END}

  • 黄培 08-09

      "On entering the house, however, I examined, as you remember, thesill and framework of the hall window with my lens, and I could atonce see that someone had passed out. I could distinguish theoutline of an instep where the wet foot had been placed in comingin. I was then beginning to be able to form an opinion as to whathad occurred. A man had waited outside the window; someone had broughtthe gems; the deed had been overseen by your son; he had pursued thethief, had struggled with him; they had each tugged at the coronet,their united strength causing injuries which neither alone couldhave effected. He had returned with the prize, but had left a fragmentin the grasp of his opponent. So far I was clear. The question nowwas, who was the man and who was it brought him the coronet?"It is an old maxim of mine that when you have excluded theimpossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.Now, I knew that it was not you who had brought it down, so there onlyremained your niece and the maids. But if it were the maids, whyshould your son allow himself to be accused in their place? Therecould be no possible reason. As he loved his cousin, however, therewas an excellent explanation why he should retain her secret-themore so as the secret was a disgraceful one. When I remembered thatyou had seen her at that window, and how she had fainted on seeing thecoronet again, my conjecture became a certainty.

  • 李岩文 08-09

      "That only two glasses were used, and that the dregs of both werepoured into a third glass, so as to give the false impression thatthree people had been here. In that way all the beeswing would be inthe last glass, would it not? Yes, I am convinced that this is so. Butif I have hit upon the true explanation of this one smallphenomenon, then in an instant the case rises from the commonplaceto the exceedingly remarkable, for it can only mean that LadyBrackenstall and her maid have deliberately lied to us, that not oneword of their story is to be believed, that they have some very strongreason for covering the real criminal, and that we must constructour case for ourselves without any help from them. That is the missionwhich now lies before us, and here, Watson, is the Sydenham train."The household at the Abbey Grange were much surprised at our return,but Sherlock Holmes, finding that Stanley Hopkins had gone off toreport to headquarters, took possession of the dining-room, locked thedoor upon the inside, and devoted himself for two hours to one ofthose minute and laborious investigations which form the solid basison which his brilliant edifices of deduction were reared. Seated ina corner like an interested student who observes the demonstrationof his professor, I followed every step of that remarkable research.The window, the curtains, the carpet, the chair, the rope- each inturn was minutely examined and duly pondered. The body of theunfortunate baronet had been removed, and all else remained as wehad seen it in the morning. Finally, to my astonishment, Holmesclimbed up on to the massive mantelpiece. Far above his head hungthe few inches of red cord which were still attached to the wire.For a long time he gazed upward at it, and then in an attempt to getnearer to it he rested his knee upon a wooden bracket on the wall.This brought his hand within a few inches of the broken end of therope, but it was not this so much as the bracket itself which seemedto engage his attention. Finally, he sprang down with an ejaculationof satisfaction.

  • 吉永小百合 08-08

       "No, I don't think you would guess. Every pocket stuffed withpennies and halfpennies-421 pennies and 270 half-pennies. It was nowonder that it had not been swept away by the tide. But a human bodyis a different matter. There is a fierce eddy between the wharf andthe house. It seemed likely enough that the weighted coat had remainedwhen the stripped body had been sucked away into the river.""But I understand that all the other clothes were found in the room.Would the body be dressed in a coat alone?"

  • 李文才 08-06

    {  "It's a mongoose," I cried.

  • 袁伟霞 08-06

      Holmes's brow was dark with anxiety.