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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I can make nothing of this mystification of Scott Eccles.""But the crime?"
2.  "I have not all my facts yet but I do not think there are anyinsuperable difficulties. Still, it is an error to argue in front ofyour data. You find yourself insensibly twisting them round to fityour theories."
3.  Our chambers were always full of chemicals and of criminal relicswhich had a way of wandering into unlikely positions, and of turningup in the butter-dish or in even less desirable places. But his paperswere my great crux. He had a horror of destroying documents,especially those which were connected with his past cases, and yetit was only once in every year or two that he would muster energy todocket and arrange them; for, as I have mentioned somewhere in theseincoherent memoirs, the outbursts of passionate energy when heperformed the remarkable feats with which his name is associatedwere followed by reactions of lethargy during which he would lie aboutwith his violin and his books, hardly moving save from the sofa to thetable. Thus month after month his papers accumulated until everycorner of the room was stacked with bundles of manuscript which wereon no account to be burned, and which could not be put away save bytheir owner. One winter's night, as we sat together by the fire, Iventured to suggest to him that, as he had finished pasting extractsinto his commonplace book, he might employ the next two hours inmaking our room a little more habitable. He could not deny the justiceof my request, so with a rather rueful face he went off to hisbedroom, from which he returned presently pulling a large tin boxbehind him. This he placed in the middle of the floor, and,squatting down upon a stool in front of it, he threw back the lid. Icould see that it was already a third full of bundles of paper tied upwith red tape into separate packages.
4.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
5.  Holmes nodded and smiled.
6.  "An old-established one?"


1.  "Not too busy to listen to you."
2.  "No, but the enclosure is."
3.  "'You came here. I am sure of it. Who are these people that youshould visit them at such an hour?'
4.  Holmes was accessible upon the side of flattery, and also, to do himjustice, upon the side of kindliness. The two forces made him lay downhis gum-brush with a sigh of resignation and push back his chair."Well, well, Mrs. Warren, let us hear about it then. You don'tobject to tobacco, I take it? Thank you, Watson- the matches! Youare uneasy, as I understand, because your new lodger remains in hisrooms and you cannot see him. Why, bless you, Mrs. Warren, if I wereyour lodger you often would not see me for weeks on end.""No doubt, sir, but this is different. It frightens me, Mr.Holmes. I can't sleep for fright. To hear his quick step moving hereand moving there from early morning to late at night, and yet never tocatch so much as a glimpse of him- it's more than I can stand. Myhusband is as nervous over it as I am, but he is out at his work allday, while I get no rest from it. What is he hiding for? What has hedone? Except for the girl, I am all alone in the house with him, andit's more than my nerves can stand."
5.  "I gather that you did not know your wife well at the time of yourmarriage?"
6.  "In that case, of course, I'd come forward."


1.  "'This way, sir!' said he in a low voice. He walked in silence tothe house, and I followed him into my own bedroom. He had picked upa time-table in the hall.
2.  "It is time for us to go."
3.  "She was as bright as possible-at least until after the ceremony.""And did you observe any change in her then?"
4.  I entered my consulting-room and found a gentleman seated by thetable. He was quietly dressed in a suit of heather tweed, with asoft cloth cap which he had laid down upon my books. Round one ofhis hands he had a handkerchief wrapped, which was mottled all overwith bloodstains. He was young, not more than five-and-twenty, Ishould say, with a strong, masculine face; but be was exceedingly paleand gave me the impression of a man who was suffering from some strongagitation, which it took all his strength of mind to control."I am sorry to knock you up so early, Doctor," said he, "but Ihave had a very serious accident during the night. I came in bytrain this morning, and on inquiring at Paddington as to where I mightfind a doctor, a worthy fellow very kindly escorted me here. I gavethe maid a card, but I see that she has left it upon the side-table."I took it up and glanced at it. "Mr. Victor Hatherley, hydraulicengineer, 16A, Victoria Street (3d. floor)." That was the name, style,and abode of my morning visitor. "I regret that I have kept youwaiting," said I, sitting down in my library chair. "You are freshfrom a night journey, I understand, which is in itself a monotonousoccupation."
5.   "A house on fire?" asked Bradstreet as the train steamed off againon its way.
6.  So those were the facts about Killer Evans and his remarkableinvention of the three Garridebs. We heard later that our poor oldfriend never got over the shock of his dissipated dreams. When hiscastle in the air fell down, it buried him beneath the ruins. He waslast heard of at a nursing-home in Brixton. It was a glad day at theYard when the Prescott outfit was discovered, for, though they knewthat it existed, they had never been able, after the death of the man,to find out where it was. Evans had indeed done great service andcaused several worthy C.I.D. men to sleep the sounder, for thecounterfeiter stands in a class by himself as a public danger. Theywould willingly have subscribed to that soup-plate medal of whichthe criminal had spoken, but an unappreciative bench took a lessfavourable view, ind the Killer returned to those shades from which hehad just emerged.


1.  I saw nothing of my friend for the next few days, but on thefollowing Monday evening I had a short note asking me to meet him nextday at the train. From what he told me as we travelled up to Camfordall was well, the peace of the professor's house had been unruffled,and his own conduct perfectly normal. This also was the report whichwas given us by Mr. Bennett himself when he called upon us thatevening at our old quarters in the Chequers. "He heard from his Londoncorrespondent to-day. There was a letter and there was a small packet,each with the cross under the stamp which warned me not to touch them.There has been nothing else."
2.  "Very sorry to knock you up, Watson," said he, "but it's thecommon lot this morning. Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up, she retortedupon me, and I on you."
3.  "Yes."
4、  "I do my neighbour's when he goes. He is always ready to work offthe debt."
5、  "It is very kind of you."




  • 李一芳 08-06

      "Here was one of my fixed points secured.

  • 赵建明 08-06

      "It may be a hit, or it may be a miss, but we are bound to dosomething for friend Hopkins, just to justify this second visit," saidhe. "I will not quite take him into my confidence yet. I think ournext scene of operations must be the shipping office of theAdelaide-Southampton line, which stands at the end of Pall Mall, ifI remember right. There is a second line of steamers which connectSouth Australia with England, but we will draw the larger coverfirst."

  • 聂姓 08-06

       "But if I refuse?"

  • 刘重远 08-06

      "He sleeps at the end of the passage and would have to pass mydoor in order to reach the staircase. It was a really terrifyingexperience, Mr. Holmes. I think that I am as strong-nerved as myneighbours, but I was shaken by what I saw. The passage was darksave that one window halfway along it threw a patch of light. Icould see that something was coming along the passage, somethingdark and crouching. Then suddenly it emerged into the light, and I sawthat it was he. He was crawling, Mr. Holmes- crawling! He was notquite on his hands and knees. I should rather say on his hands andfeet, with his face sunk between his hands. Yet he seemed to move withcase. I was so paralyzed by the sight that it was not until he hadreached my door that I was able to step forward and ask if I couldassist him. His answer was extraordinary. He sprang up, spat outsome atrocious word at me, and hurried on past me, and down thestaircase. I waited about for an hour, but he did not come back. Itmust have been daylight before he regained his room."

  • 耿玉田 08-05

    {  "My first conjecture was that possibly there had been somepassages between this young lady and the old soldier, which the formerhad now confessed to the wife. That would account for the angryreturn, and also for the girl's denial that anything had occurred. Norwould it be entirely incompatible with most of the words overheard.But there was the reference to David, and there was the knownaffection of the colonel for his wife to weigh against it, to saynothing of the tragic intrusion of this other man, which might, ofcourse, be entirely disconnected with what had gone before. It was noteasy to pick one's steps, but, on the whole, I was inclined to dismissthe idea that there had been anything between the colonel and MissMorrison, but more than ever convinced that the young lady held theclue as to what it was which had turned Mrs. Barclay to hatred ofher husband. I took the obvious course, therefore, of calling uponMiss M., of explaining to her that I was perfectly certain that sheheld the facts in her possession, and of assuring her that her friend,Mrs. Barclay, might find herself in the dock upon a capital chargeunless the matter were cleared up.

  • 舒雅 08-04

      "Look here, Watson," he said when the cloth was cleared; "just sitdown in this chair and let me preach to you for a little. I don't knowquite what to do, and I should value your advice. Light a cigar andlet me expound."}

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  • 贺作衡 08-04

      "That is for me to decide, is it not?"

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  • 高乃荣 08-01

    {  "Two or three minutes."

  • 王志根 08-01

      The summons was a brief and urgent one.