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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'I am sure if I had known-'
2.  There is a great garret in my little house which is stuffed withbooks. It was into this that I plunged and rummaged for all hour. Atthe end of that time I emerged with a little chocolate and silvervolume. Eagerly I turned up the chapter of which I had a dimremembrance. Yes, it was indeed a far-fetched and unlikelyproposition, and yet I could not be at rest until I had made sure ifit might, indeed, be so. It was late when I retired, with my mindeagerly awaiting the work of the morrow.
3.  "He glanced at the two which I handed him, and then he tossed themback.
4.  "But his wife--you said that she had ceased to love him.""This hat has not been brushed for weeks. When I see you, mydear Watson, with a week's accumulation of dust upon your hat, andwhen your wife allows you to go out in such a state, I shall fearthat you also have been unfortunate enough to lose your wife'saffection."
5.  McFarlane wiped his damp brow, and then continued his narrative:"I was shown by this woman into a sitting-room, where a frugalsupper was laid out. Afterwards, Mr. Jonas Oldacre led me into hisbedroom, in which there stood a heavy safe. This he opened and tookout a mass of documents, which we went over together. It was betweeneleven and twelve when we finished. He remarked that we must notdisturb the housekeeper. He showed me out through his own Frenchwindow, which had been open all this time."
6.  It was a dreadful face- a human pig, or rather a human wild boar,for it was formidable in its bestiality. One could imagine that vilemouth champing and foaming in its rage, and one could conceive thosesmall, vicious eyes darting pure malignancy as they looked forthupon the world. Ruffian, bully, beast- it was all written on thatheavy-jowled face.


1.  For some days Holmes came and went at all hours in this attire,but beyond a remark that his time was spent at Hampstead, and thatit was not wasted, I knew nothing of what he was doing. At last,however, on a wild, tempestuous evening, when the wind screamed andrattled against the windows, be returned from his last expedition, andhaving removed his disguise he sat before the fire and laughedheartily in his silent inward fashion.
2.  "We don't seem to have got any real facts yet, Mr. Holmes. You saythat the prisoner, in the presence of three witnesses, practicallyconfessed by trying to commit suicide, that he had murdered his wifeand her lover. What other facts have you?"
3.  "What did he get?"
4.  Mortimer Tregennis explained that the night was cold and damp. Forthat reason, after his arrival, the fire was lit. "What are yougoing to do now, Mr. Holmes?" he asked.
5.  "Tangey, the commissionaire, has been shadowed. He left the Guardswith a good character, and we can find nothing against him. His wifeis a bad lot, though. I fancy she knows more about this than appears.""Have you shadowed her?"
6.  "There is a further point, however, which is subtler and ofgreater interest. There is something in common between these hands.They belong to men who are blood-relatives. It may be most obviousto you in the Greek e's, but to me there are many small points whichindicate the same thing. I have no doubt at all that a familymannerism can be traced in these two specimens of writing. I amonly, of course, giving you the leading results now of myexamination of the paper. There were twenty-three other deductionswhich would be of more interest to experts than to you. They alltend to deepen the impression upon my mind that the Cunninghams,father and son, had written this letter.


2.  "I must put it plainly, Mr. Holmes. If only you two know of thisincident, there is no reason why it should go any farther. I thinktwelve thousand pounds is the sum that I owe you, is it not?"But Holmes smiled and shook his head.
3.  "Well, sir," said the guide, "it seemed, if I may be so bold as tosay so, the only really clear point in the whole case."Holmes shook his head.
4.  "Did you close it?"
5.   "Let us reconstruct, Watson," said Holmes after half an hour ofsilence. "I am not aware that in all our joint researches we have everhad a case which was more difficult to get at. Every fresh advancewhich we make only reveals a fresh ridge beyond. And yet we havesurely made some appreciable progress.
6.  "This is very sudden, Colonel Emsworth," said he. "This willdisarrange all our plans."


2.  "Yes, I saw it by the side-lights when I was stepping into thecarriage. It was a chestnut."
3.  "Tell us, then, of your true relations with Mr. Gibson's wife.""She hated me, Mr. Holmes. She hated me with all the fervour ofher tropical nature. She was a woman who would do nothing by halves,and the measure of her love fear her husband was the measure also ofher hatred for me. It is probable that she misunderstood ourrelations. I would not wish to wrong her, but she loved so vividlyin a physical sense that she could hardly understand the mental, andeven spiritual, tie which held her husband to me, or imagine that itwas only my desire to influence his power to good ends which kept meunder his roof. I can see now that I was wrong. Nothing couldjustify me in remaining where I was a cause of unhappiness, and yet itis certain that the unhappiness would have remained even if I had leftthe house."
4、  "We might deduce it from the mere character of the one hand ascompared with the other. But we have more assured reasons than thatfor supposing it. If you examine this scrap with attention you willcome to the conclusion that the man with the stronger hand wrote allhis words first, leaving blanks for the other to fill up. These blankswere not always sufficient% and you can see that the second man hada squeeze to fit his 'quarter' in between the 'at' and the 'to,'showing that the latter were already written. The man who wrote allhis words first is undoubtedly the man who planned the affair.""Excellent!" cried Mr. Acton.
5、  "I fear that you'll have a long wait," Holmes whispered. "We maythank our stars that it is not raining. I don't think we can evenventure to smoke to pass the time. However, it's a two to one chancethat we get something to pay us for our trouble."




  • 武斌 08-07


  • 屈咏梅 08-07

      I was relieved at this sudden descent from the general to theparticular. Holmes consulted his notes.

  • 亚欣 08-07

       The ideas of my friend Watson, though limited, are exceedinglypertinacious. For a long time he has worried me to write an experienceof my own. Perhaps I have rather invited this persecution, since Ihave often had occasion to point out to him how superficial are hisown accounts and to accuse him of pandering to popular taste insteadof confining himself rigidly to facts and figures. "Try it yourself,Holmes!" he has retorted, and I am compelled to admit that, havingtaken my pen in my hand, I do begin to realize that the matter must bepresented in such a way as may interest the reader. The following casecan hardly fail to do so, as it is among the strangest happenings inmy collection, though it chanced that Watson had no note of it inhis collection. Speaking of my old friend and biographer, I would takethis opportunity to remark that if I burden myself with a companion inmy various little inquiries it is not done out of sentiment orcaprice, but it is that Watson has some remarkable characteristicsof his own to which in his modesty he has given small attention amidhis exaggerated estimates of my own performances. A confederate whoforesees your conclusions and course of action is always dangerous,but one to whom each development comes as a perpetual surprise, and towhom the future is always a closed book, is indeed an ideal helpmate.I find from my notebook that it was in January, 1903, just after theconclusion of the Boer War, that I had my visit from Mr. James M.Dodd, a big, fresh, sunburned, upstanding Briton. The good Watsonhad at that time deserted me for a wife, the only selfish action whichI can recall in our association. I was alone.

  • 杨千嬅 08-07

      "Let's have a look at it."

  • 刘永林 08-06

    {  "Dearest do not be frightened. All will come well. There is a hugeerror which it may take some little time to rectify. Wait inpatience."

  • 白波 08-05

      "He is a cripple in the sense that he walks with a limp; but inother respects he appears to be a powerful and well-nurtured man.Surely your medical experience would tell you, Watson, that weaknessin one limb is often compensated for by exceptional strength in theothers."}

  • 赵声 08-05

      "I will look into this matter," he said at last. "On the face of it,it would appear to be a case of a very exceptional nature. Have youbeen there yourself, Mr. Roundhay?"

  • 羽乒 08-05

      "'All that I have to say has already crossed your mind,' said he."'Then possibly my answer has crossed yours,' I replied."'You stand fast?'

  • 陈连增 08-04

       Sherlock Holmes closed his eyes and placed his elbows upon thearms of his chair, with his finger-tips together. "The idealreasoner," he remarked, "would, when he had once been shown asingle fact in all its bearings, deduce from it not only all thechain of events which led up to it but also all the results whichwould follow from it. As Cuvier could correctly describe a wholeanimal by the contemplation of a single bone, so the observer whohas thoroughly understood one link in a series of incidents shouldbe able to accurately state all the other ones, both before andafter. We have not yet grasped the results which the reason alonecan attain to. Problems may be solved in the study which havebaffled all those who have sought a solution by the aid of theirsenses. To carry the art, however, to its highest pitch, it isnecessary that the reasoner should be able to utilize all thefacts which have come to his knowledge; and this in itselfimplies, as you will readily see, a possession of all knowledge,which, even in these days of free education and encyclopaedias, isa somewhat rare accomplishment. It is not so impossible, however,that a man should possess all knowledge which is likely to beuseful to him in his work, and this I have endeavoured in my caseto do. If I remember rightly, you on one occasion, in the earlydays of our friendship, defined my limits in a very precisefashion."

  • 王学川 08-02

    {  "Ha!" cried I, "if it is anything in the nature of a problem whichyou desire to see solved, I should strongly recommend you to come tomy friend, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, before you go to the official police.""Oh, I have heard of that fellow," answered my visitor, "and Ishould be very glad if he would take the matter up, though of course Imust use the official police as well. Would you give me anintroduction to him?"

  • 鲁双喜 08-02

      "You are sure this one was among them?"