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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I am afraid that my explanation may disillusion you, but it hasalways been my habit to hide none of my methods, either from my friendWatson or from anyone who might take an intelligent interest inthem. But, first, as I am rather shaken by the knocking about whichI had in the dressing-room, I think that I shall help myself to a dashof your brandy, Colonel. My strength has been rather tried of late.""I trust you had no more of those nervous attacks."
2.  "'I have heard so.'
3.  per E. J. C.
4.  There was a big boulder just above the ledge, and we pushed it untilit fell with a tremendous splash into the water. When the rippleshad cleared we saw that it had settled upon the ledge below. Oneflapping edge of yellow membrane showed that our victim was beneathit. A thick oily scum oozed out from below the stone and stained thewater round, rising slowly to the surface.
5.  "And Mr. Holmes knows it?"
6.  Holmes gave an ejaculation of impatience.


1.  "Surely it is evident that it is unequal in its intensity. Thereis a dot of extravasated blood here, and another there. There aresimilar indications in this other weal down here. What can that mean?""I have no idea. Have you?"
2.  "I am."
3.  Holmes smiled indulgently.
4.  "Any views, Watson?" he asked at last.
5.  It was a tremendously virile and yet sinister face which wasturned towards us. With the brow of a philosopher above and the jaw ofa sensualist below, the man must have started with great capacitiesfor good or for evil. But one could not look upon his cruel blue eyes,with their drooping, cynical lids, or upon the fierce, aggressive noseand the threatening, deep-lined brow, without reading Nature'splainest danger-signals. He took no heed of any of us, but his eyeswere fixed upon Holmes's face with an expression in which hatred andamazement were equally blended. "You fiend!" he kept on muttering."You clever, clever fiend!"
6.  "Yes, sir, I do, and I am ready enough to tell what I know.""Then, pray, sit down, and let us hear it, for there are severalpoints on which I must confess that I am still in the dark.""I will soon make it clear to you," said she; "and I'd have doneso before now if I could ha' got out from the cellar. If there'spolice-court business over this, you'll remember that I was the onethat stood your friend, and that I was Miss Alice's friend too."She was never happy at home, Miss Alice wasn't, from the timethat her father married again. She was slighted like and had no say inanything, but it never really became bad for her until after she metMr. Fowler at a friend's house. As well as I could learn, Miss Alicehad rights of her own by will, but she was so quiet and patient, shewas, that she never said a word about them, but just left everythingin Mr. Rucastle's hands. He knew he was safe with her; but whenthere was a chance of a husband coming forward, who would ask forall that the law would give him, then her father thought it time toput a stop on it. He wanted her to sign a paper, so that whether shemarried or not, he could use her money. When she wouldn't do it, hekept on worrying her until she got brain-fever, and for six weekswas at death's door. Then she got better at last, all worn to ashadow, and with her beautiful hair cut off; but that didn't make nochange in her young man, and he stuck to her as true as man could be.""Ah," said Holmes, "I think that what you have been good enough totell us makes the matter fairly clear, and that I can deduce allthat remains. Mr. Rucastle then, I presume, took to this system ofimprisonment?"


1.  The Stock-Broker's Clerk
2.  "Nothing that would help a thief. Family papers, letters from mypoor wife, diplomas of universities which have done me honour. Here isthe key. You can look for yourself."
3.  I had some vague recollection of an explanation at the time of theAdventure of the Greek Interpreter.
4.  My client seemed annoyed at the interruption of his narrative."Can it matter?" he asked.
5.   "God bless you!" cried the prisoner passionately. "I would haveendured imprisonment, ay, even execution, rather than have left mymiserable secret as a family blot to my children.
6.  "From that day, amid all his cordiality, there was always a touch ofsuspicion in Mr. Trevor's manner towards me. Even his son remarked it.'You've given the governor such a turn,' said he, 'that he'll never besure again of what you know and what you don't know.' He did notmean to show it, I am sure, but it was so strongly in his mind that itpeeped out at every action. At last I became so convinced that I wascausing him uneasiness that I drew my visit to a close. On the veryday, however, before I left, an incident occurred which proved inthe sequel to be of importance.


1.  "I have a window open," said he.
2.  "But Sir Leslie Oakshott?"
3.  "That is a hard saying, Mr. Holmes."
4、  "An enemy?"
5、  "'Harold,' said she, speaking English with a broken accent. 'I couldnot stay away longer. It is so lonely up there with only-Oh, my God,it is Paul!'




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