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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'I am sorry that I broke my promise, Jack,' said she, 'but if youknew all the circumstances I am sure that you would forgive me.'"'Tell me everything, then,' said I.
2.  Mr. Sherlock Holmes was leaning back in his chair after hiswhimsical protest, and was unfolding his morning paper in aleisurely fashion, when our attention was arrested by a tremendousring at the bell, followed immediately by a hollow drumming sound,as if someone were beating on the outer door with his fist. As itopened there came a tumultuous rush into the hall, rapid feetclattered up the stair, and an instant later a wild-eyed and franticyoung man, pale, disheveled, and palpitating, burst into the room.He looked from one to the other of us, and under our gaze of inquiryhe became conscious that some apology was needed for thisunceremonious entry.
3.  "He had his suspicions before, and he followed me as you describe. Inever knew it until I was at the very door. It was thick fog, andone could not see three yards. I had given two taps and Obersteinhad come to the door. The young man rushed up and demanded to knowwhat we were about to do with the papers. Oberstein had a shortlife-preserver. He always carried it with him. As West forced hisway after us into the house Oberstein struck him on the head. The blowwas a fatal one. He was dead within five minutes. There he lay inthe hall, and we were at our wit's end what to do. Then Obersteinhad this idea about the trains which halted under his back window. Butfirst he examined the papers which I had brought. He said that threeof them were essential, and that he must keep them. 'You cannot keepthem,' said I. 'There will be a dreadful row at Woolwich if they arenot returned.' 'I must keep them,' said he, 'for they are so technicalthat it is impossible in the time to make copies.' 'Then they must allgo back together tonight,' said I. He thought for a little, and thenhe cried out that he had it. 'Three I will keep,' said he. 'The otherswe will stuff into the pocket of this young man. When he is foundthe whole business will assuredly be put to his account. I could seeno other way out of it, so we did as he suggested. We waited half anhour at the window before a train stopped. It was so thick thatnothing could be seen, and we had no difficulty in lowering West'sbody on to the train. That was the end of the matter so far as I wasconcerned."
4.  "And she would need to be," said Holmes gravely. "I am much mistakenif we do not hear from her before many days are past."
5.  "This hat is three years old. These flat brims curled at theedge came in then. It is a hat of the very best quality. Look atthe band of ribbed silk and the excellent lining. If this mancould afford to buy so expensive a hat three years ago, and hashad no hat since, then he has assuredly gone down in the world.""Well, that is clear enough, certainly. But how about theforesight and the moral retrogression?"
6.  The man in the dressing-gown turned upon us with a most melancholyface.


1.  "I can make nothing of this mystification of Scott Eccles.""But the crime?"
2.  "How can I send her the child?" he said. "How do I know what strangeimpulse might come upon her? How can I ever forget how she rose frombeside it with its blood upon her lips?" He shuddered at therecollection. "The child is safe with Mrs. Mason, and there he mustremain."
3.  "Such a fact must tell against the theory that the man who breaksthem is influenced by any general hatred of Napoleon. Consideringhow many hundreds of statues of the great Emperor must exist inLondon, it is too much to suppose such a coincidence as that apromiscuous iconoclast should chance to begin upon three specimensof the same bust."
4.  "Excellent. You are not averse to this trip, Watson?"
5.  "He is asleep," said he. "You can see him very well."
6.  "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."


1.  Holmes laughed good-naturedly.
2.  "And I am the witness?"
3.  .
4.  "The matter can be easily remedied," said the browbeaten doctor;"Mr. Sherlock Holmes can return to London by the morning train.""Hardly that, Doctor, hardly that," said Holmes, in his blandestvoice. "This northern air is invigorating and pleasant, so I proposeto spend a few days upon your moors, and to occupy my mind as best Imay. Whether I have the shelter of your roof or of the village inn is,of course, for you to decide."
5.   "Dear me!" said Holmes. "What was that?"
6.  "I have no idea what you are talking about. What have I to do withhired bullies?"


1.  How shall I ever forget that dreadful vigil? I could not hear asound, not even the drawing of a breath, and yet I knew that mycompanion sat open-eyed, within a few feet of me, in the same state ofnervous tension in which I was myself. The shutters cut off theleast ray of light and we waited in absolute darkness. From outsidecame the occasional cry of a night-bird, and once at our very window along drawn catlike whine, which told us that the cheetah was indeed atliberty. Far away we could hear the deep tones of the parish clock,which boomed out every quarter of an hour. How long they seemed, thosequarters! Twelve struck, and one and two and three, and still we satwaiting silently for whatever might befall.
2.  "Holmes," I cried, "you are too late."
3.  "In reaching the door he would have to pass seven bedrooms. On theother hand, he could get out on to the lawn with case. Anything else?""You do not think," asked Phelps, "that he had any murderousintention? The knife was only meant as a tool."
4、  -THE END-
5、  Cosmopolitan," I remarked.




  • 秦亚洲 08-05


  • 刘诗平 08-05

      "The two were together, ten yards from the cage, when the lion gotloose. The man turned and was struck down. The woman conceived theidea of getting into the cage and shutting the door. It was her onlyrefuge. She made for it, and just as she reached it the beastbounded after her and knocked her over. She was angry with her husbandfor having encouraged the beast's rage by turning. If they had facedit they might have cowed it. Hence her cries of 'Coward!'""Brilliant, Watson! Only one flaw in your diamond."

  • 罗汉琛 08-05

       "But why should he come."

  • 姚谦 08-05

      "Small, stout-built, very quick in his ways, no hair on hisface, though he's not short of thirty. Has a white splash of acidupon his forehead."

  • 王建强 08-04

    {  "And is, no doubt, devoted?"

  • 高林密 08-03

      "I said that he was my superior in observation and deduction. If theart of the detective began and ended in reasoning from an armchair, mybrother would be the greatest criminal agent that ever lived. But hehas no ambition and no energy. He will not even go out of his way toverify his own solutions, and would rather be considered wrong thantake the trouble to prove himself right. Again and again I havetaken a problem to him, and have received an explanation which hasafterwards proved to be the correct one. And yet he was absolutelyincapable of working out the practical points which must be goneinto before a case could be laid before a judge or jury.""It is not his profession, then?"}

  • 明宪宗 08-03

      "Yes, gentlemen," said he, "it is the most famous pearl now existingin the world, and it has been my good fortune, by a connected chain ofinductive reasoning, to trace it from the Prince of Colonna'sbedroom at the Dacre Hotel, where it was lost, to the interior ofthis, the last of the six busts of Napoleon which were manufactured byGelder & Co., of Stepney. You will remember, Lestrade, the sensationcaused by the disappearance of this valuable jewel and the vainefforts of the London police to recover it. I was myself consultedupon the case, but I was unable to throw any light upon it.Suspicion fell upon the maid of the Princess, who was an Italian,and it was proved that she had a brother in London, but we failed totrace any connection between them. The maid's name was LucretiaVenucci, and there is no doubt in my mind that this Pietro who wasmurdered two nights ago was the brother. I have been looking up thedates in the old files of the paper, and I find that the disappearanceof pearl was exactly two days before the arrest of Beppo, for somecrime of violence- an event which took place in the factory ofGelder & Co., at the very moment when these busts were being made. Nowyou clearly see the sequence of events, though you see them, ofcourse, in the inverse order to the way in which they presentedthemselves to me. Beppo had the pearl in his possession. He may havestolen it from Pietro, he may have been Pietro's confederate, he mayhave been the go-between of Pietro and his sister. It is of noconsequence to us which is the correct solution.

  • 杨肇林 08-03

      It was not until long after we were back in Poldhu Cottage thatHolmes broke his complete and absorbed silence. He sat coiled in hisarmchair, his haggard and ascetic face hardly visible amid the blueswirl of his tobacco smoke, his black brows drawn down, his foreheadcontracted, his eyes vacant and far away. Finally he laid down hispipe and sprang to his feet.

  • 丹雅 08-02

       "And now as to the villains who seemed to be immediatelyimplicated in the matter. The lascar was known to be a man of thevilest antecedents, but as, by Mrs. St. Clair's story, he was known tohave been at the foot of the stair within a very few seconds of herhusband's appearance at the window, he could hardly have been morethan an accessory to the crime. His defense was one of absoluteignorance, and he protested that he had no knowledge as to thedoings of Hugh Boone, his lodger, and that he could not account in anyway for the presence of the missing gentleman's clothes."So much for the lascar manager. Now for the sinister cripple wholives upon the second floor of the opium den, and who was certainlythe last human being whose eyes rested upon Neville St. Clair. Hisname is Hugh Boone, and his hideous face is one which is familiar toevery man who goes much to the City. He is a professional beggar,though in order to avoid the police regulations he pretends to a smalltrade in wax vestas. Some little distance down Thread needle Street,upon the left-hand side, there is, as you may have remarked, a smallangle in the wall. Here it is that this creature takes his daily seat,crosslegged, with his tiny stock of matches on his lap, and as he is apiteous spectacle a small rain of charity descends into the greasyleather cap which lies upon the pavement beside him. I have watchedthe fellow more than once before ever I thought of making hisprofessional acquaintance, and I have been surprised at the harvestwhich he has reaped in a short time. His appearance, you see, is soremarkable that no one can pass him without observing him. A shockof orange hair, a pale face disfigured by a horrible scar, which, byits contraction, has turned up the outer edge of his upper lip, abulldog chin, and a pair of very penetrating dark eyes, whichpresent a singular contrast to the colour of his hair, all mark himout from amid the common crowd of mendicants, and so, too, does hiswit, for he is ever ready with a reply to any piece of chaff which maybe thrown at him by the passers-by. This is the man whom we nowlearn to have been the lodger at the opium den, and to have been thelast man to see the gentleman of whom we are in quest.""But a cripple!" said I. "What could he have done single-handedagainst a man in the prime of life?"

  • 崇俭 07-31

    {  "I didn't know what to do, so I came straight to you." That wasalways the way. Folk who were in grief came to my wife like birds to alight-house.

  • 白玉山 07-31

      "Very. But will he see it?"