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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "What happened after that is like some fearful dream. I have avision of a dark, frantic face, of a woman's voice, which screamedin French, 'My waiting is not in vain. At last, at last I have foundyou with her!' There was a savage struggle. I saw him with a chairin his hand, a knife gleamed in hers. I rushed from the horriblescene, ran from the house, and only next morning in the paper did Ilearn the dreadful result. That night I was happy, for I had myletter, and I had not seen yet what the future would bring."It was the next morning that I realized that I had only exchangedone trouble for another. My husband's anguish at the loss of his paperwent to my heart. I could hardly prevent myself from there and thenkneeling down at his feet and telling him what I had done. But thatagain would mean a confession of the past. I came to you thatmorning in order to understand the full enormity of my offence. Fromthe instant that I grasped it my whole mind was turned to the onethought of getting back my husband's paper. It must still be whereLucas had placed it, for it was concealed before this dreadful womanentered the room. If it had not been for her coming, I should not haveknown where his biding-place was. How was I to get into the room?For two days I watched the place, but the door was never left open.Last night I made a last attempt. What I did and how I succeeded,you have already learned. I brought the paper back with me, andthought of destroying it, since I could see no way of returning itwithout confessing my guilt to my husband. Heavens, I hear his stepupon the stair!"
2.  "He makes it up every evening and then leaves it."
3.  "She lie like that one day, two day. I 'fraid she die," said thegirl.
4.  "Yes, but he is chained on the other side of the house.""When do the servants go to bed?"
5.  "The blind was not down in your room, and I could see MissHarrison sitting there reading by the table. It was quarter-past tenwhen she closed her book, fastened the shutters, and retired."I heard her shut the door and felt quite sure that she had turnedthe key in the lock."
6.  "A pen, sir."


1.  It is years since the incidents of which I speak took place, and yetit is with diffidence that I allude to them. For a long time, evenwith the utmost discretion and reticence, it would have beenimpossible to make the facts public, but now the principal personconcerned is beyond the reach of human law, and with due suppressionthe story may be told in such fashion as to injure no one. Itrecords an absolutely unique experience in the career both of Mr.Sherlock Holmes and of myself. The reader will excuse me if Iconceal the date or any other fact by which he might trace theactual occurrence.
2.  "One moment," Holmes interposed, "your statement is, I
3.  "'In order to reach the billiard-room I had to descend a flight ofstairs and then to cross the head of a passage which led to thelibrary and the gun-room. You can imagine my surprise when, as Ilooked down this corridor, I saw a glimmer of light coming from theopen door of the library. I had myself extinguished the lamp andclosed the door before coming to bed. Naturally my first thought wasof burglars. The corridors at Hurlstone have their walls largelydecorated with trophies of old weapons. From one of these I picked abattle-axe, and then, leaving my candle behind me, I crept on tiptoedown the passage and peeped in at the open door.
4.  "I have them in the hollow of my hand. Young Openshaw shallnot long remain unavenged. Why, Watson, let us put their owndevilish trade-mark upon them. It is well thought of!""What do you mean?"
5.  "He looked surprised and, as it seemed to me, a little startled atmy remark.
6.  "No, she is not conscious. Mr. Sherlock Holmes, I only hope thatif ever again I have an important case, I shall have the goodfortune to have you by my side."


1.  "All right Watson. Don't look so scared," he muttered in a very weakvoice. "It's not as bad as it seems."
2.  "I'm sorry, Mr. Holmes," he cried. "You mustn't blame me. I amnearly mad. Mr. Holmes, I am the unhappy John Hector McFarlane."He made the announcement as if the name alone would explain both hisvisit and its manner, but I could see, by my companion'sunresponsive face, that it meant no more to him than to me."Have a cigarette, Mr. McFarlane," said he, pushing his case across."I am sure that, with your symptoms, my friend Dr. Watson here wouldprescribe a sedative. The weather has been so very warm these last fewdays. Now, if you feel a little more composed, I should be glad if youwould sit down in that chair, and tell us very slowly and quietlywho you are, and what it is that you want. You mentioned your name, asif I should recognize it, but I assure you that, beyond the obviousfacts that you are a bachelor, a solicitor, a Freemason, and anasthmatic, I know nothing whatever about you."
3.  "Excuse me," said Holmes. "When was this interview?"
4.  "I have my revolver," said I.
5.   "Well, well! What next?" said he. "Brother Mycroft is coming round.""Why not?" I asked.
6.  "No, but you have now," said Holmes. "Now, sir, you must see thatafter Bannister's words your position is hopeless, and that youronly chance lies in a frank confession."


1.  "They are all seaports. That the writer was on board of aship."
2.  "I see them clearly."
3.  "It was as if the air of Italy had got into his blood and broughtwith it the old cruel Italian spirit. He wrote to me and sent me acopy of his book that I might have the torture of anticipation.There were two copies, he said- one for me, one for his publisher.""How did you know the publisher's had not reached him?""I knew who his publisher was. It is not his only novel, you know. Ifound out that he had not heard from Italy. Then came Douglas's suddendeath. So long as that other manuscript was in the world there wasno safety for me. Of course, it must be among his effects, and thesewould be returned to his mother. I set the gang at work. One of themgot into the house as servant. I wanted to do the thing honestly. Ireally and truly did. I was ready to buy the house and everything init. I offered any price she cared to ask. I only tried the other waywhen everything else had failed. Now, Mr. Holmes, granting that Iwas too hard on Douglas- and, God knows, I am sorry for it!- what elsecould I do with my whole future at stake?"
4、  "I do not know what I have done to be so severely tried," said he."Only two days ago I was a happy and prosperous man, without a care inthe world. Now I am left to a lonely and dishonoured age. One sorrowcomes close upon the heels of another. My niece, Mary, has desertedme."
5、  The Count sprang to his feet, and his hand involuntarily movedback to his hip-pocket.




  • 陈菊 08-12

      "Yes, sir."

  • 李贞铉 08-12

      "Well, what did you do?"

  • 吴亚东 08-12

       I had no keener pleasure than in following Holmes in hisprofessional investigations, and in admiring the rapid deductions,as swift as intuitions, and yet always founded on a logical basis,with which he unravelled the problems which were submitted to him. Irapidly threw on my clothes and was ready in a few minutes toaccompany my friend down to the sitting-room. A lady dressed inblack and heavily veiled, who had been sitting in the window, roseas we entered.

  • 胡胜正 08-12

      So it proved; for in the morning I found my friend standing on thehearthrug with his back to the fire and a smile of completesatisfaction upon his face.

  • 赵瑞东 08-11

    {  I had no difficulty in finding the ex-servant and in learning allthat she could tell me. She was a devoted creature, who had onlyleft her mistress because she was sure that she was in good hands, andbecause her own approaching marriage made a separation inevitable inany case. Her mistress had, as she confessed with distress, shown someirritability of temper towards her during their stay in Baden, and hadeven questioned her once as if she had suspicions of her honesty,and this had made the parting easier than it would otherwise havebeen. Lady Frances had given her fifty pounds as a wedding-present.Like me, Marie viewed with deep distrust the stranger who had drivenher mistress from Lausanne. With her own eyes she had seen him seizethe lady's wrist with great violence on the public promenade by thelake, He was a fierce and terrible man. She believed that it was outof dread of him that Lady Frances had accepted the escort of theShlessingers to London. She had never spoken to Marie about it, butmany little signs had convinced the maid that her mistress lived ina state of continual nervous apprehension. So far she had got in hernarrative, when suddenly she sprang from her chair and her face wasconvulsed with surprise and fear. "See!" she cried. "The miscreantfollows still! There is the very man of whom I speak."

  • 陈启中 08-10

      "No, I fancy Chiswick is an address which is more likely to findhim. If you will come with me to Chiswick to-night, Lestrade, I'llpromise to go to the Italian Quarter with you to-morrow, and no harmwill be done by the delay. And now I think that a few hours' sleepwould do us all good, for I do not propose to leave before eleveno'clock, and it is unlikely that we shall be back before morning.You'll dine with us, Lestrade, and then you are welcome to the sofauntil it is time for us to start. In the meantime, Watson, I should beglad if you would ring for an express messenger, for I have a letterto send and it is important that it should go at once."Holmes spent the evening in rummaging among the files of the olddaily papers with which one of our lumber-rooms was packed. When atlast he descended, it was with triumph in his eyes, but he saidnothing to either of us as to the result of his researches. For my ownpart, I had followed step by step the methods by which he had tracedthe various windings of this complex case, and, though I could not yetperceive the goal which we would reach, I understood clearly thatHolmes expected this grotesque criminal to make an attempt upon thetwo remaining busts, one of which, I remembered, was at Chiswick. Nodoubt the object of our journey was to catch him in the very act,and I could not but admire the cunning with which my friend hadinserted a wrong clue in the evening paper, so as to give the fellowthe idea that he could continue his scheme with impunity. I was notsurprised when Holmes suggested that I should take my revolver withme. He had himself picked up the loaded hunting-crop, which was hisfavourite weapon.}

  • 兰新线 08-10

      Dear Watson:

  • 谢贻雄 08-10


  • 赵夫人 08-09

       "It had not been there the morning before."

  • 杂·单增曲扎 08-07

    {  "Quite so. As a matter of fact, that screw was not used. This bottlewas opened by a pocket screw, probably contained in a knife, and notmore than an inch and a half long. If you will examine the top ofthe cork, you will observe that the screw was driven in three timesbefore the cork was extracted. It has never been transfixed. This longscrew would have transfixed it and drawn it up with a single pull.When you catch this fellow, you will find that he has one of thesemultiplex knives in his possession."

  • 魏春富 08-07

      Holmes held it out to me. "A soft revolver bullet, as youperceive, Watson. There's genius in that, for who would expect to findsuch a thing fired from an airgun? All right, Mrs. Hudson. I am muchobliged for your assistance. And now, Watson, let me see you in yourold seat once more, for there are several points which I should liketo discuss with you."