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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  As he spoke, a woman's shrill scream- a scream which vibrated with afrenzy of horror- burst from the thick, green clump of bushes in frontof us. It ended suddenly on its highest note with a choke and agurgle.
2.  "What is this, Mr. Holmes?" he asked. "I had your note and I havecome. But what has this man to do with the matter?"
3.  "She said that her husband was very tired and she wished torelieve him."
4.  "Now, Miss Dunbar," said Holmes, "I beg you to tell us exactlywhat occurred that evening."
5.  "What are you going to do, then?" I asked.
6.  "Entirely."


1.  "Yes, but he is chained on the other side of the house.""When do the servants go to bed?"
2.  "I know nothing about it."
3.  "One more question, your Grace. I understand that you wrote toyour son upon the day when this incident occurred."
4.  "Certainly not!" he cried. "But it has the hotel mark upon it! Ha,it must have been written by that tall Englishman who came in afteryou had gone. He said-"
6.  "Have you any theory, Holmes?"


1.  quavering voice.
3.  "We are on the outskirts of Lee," said my companion. "We havetouched on three English counties in our short drive, starting inMiddlesex, passing over an angle of Surrey, and ending in Kent. Seethat light among the trees? That is The Cedars, and beside that lampsits a woman whose anxious ears have already, I have little doubt,caught the clink of our horse's feet."
4.  "Why, it is after nine now," answered. "I should not be surprised ifthat were he. I thought I heard a ring."
5.   "Look there!" said he.
6.  "He opened the door as he spoke, and I had hardly time to spring outwhen the coachman lashed the horse and the carriage rattled away. Ilooked around me in astonishment. I was on some sort of a heathycommon mottled over with dark clumps of furze-bushes. Far awaystretched a line of houses, with a light here and there in the upperwindows. On the other side I saw the red signal-lamps of a railway."The carriage which had brought me was already out of sight. I stoodgazing round and wondering where on earth I might be, when I sawsomeone coming towards me in the darkness. As he came up to me Imade out that he was a railway porter.


1.  1893
2.  "Very murderous indeed."
3.  Our young companion looked at me with a twinkle in his eye."The worst of the story is," said he, "that I show myself up as sucha confounded fool. Of course it may work out all right, and I don'tsee that I could have done otherwise; but if I have lost my crib andget nothing in exchange I shall feel what soft Johnny I have been. I'mnot very good at telling a story, Dr. Watson, but it is like this withme:
4、  Mr. Sherlock Holmes was always of opinion that I should publishthe singular facts connected with Professor Presbury, if only todispel once for all the ugly rumours which some twenty years agoagitated the university and were echoed in the learned societies ofLondon. There were, however, certain obstacles in the way, and thetrue history of this curious case remained entombed in the tin boxwhich contains so many records of my friend's adventures. Now wehave at last obtained permission to ventilate the facts which formedone of the very last cases handled by Holmes before his retirementfrom practice. Even now a certain reticence and discretion have tobe observed in laying the matter before the public.
5、  "I foresaw this situation," I explained, "and I have brought with mea friend whose discretion may absolutely be trusted. I was able onceto do him a professional service, and he is ready to advise as afriend rather than as a specialist. His name is Sir James Saunders."The prospect of an interview with Lord Roberts would not haveexcited greater wonder and pleasure in a raw subaltern than was nowreflected upon the face of Mr. Kent.




  • 彼特·李 08-04

      "Very good. It is only in her presence that we can clear thematter up. Let us go up to her."

  • 傅贤达 08-04

      "She was as bright as possible-at least until after the ceremony.""And did you observe any change in her then?"

  • 舒惠国 08-04

       "I have some hopes."

  • 斯琴高娃 08-04

      "Well, Mr. Sherlock Holmes, you may look for your tramp, and whileyou are finding him we will hold on to our man. The future will showwhich is right. Just notice this point, Mr. Holmes: that so far aswe know, none of the papers were removed, and that the prisoner is theone man in the world who had no reason for removing them, since he washeir-at-law, and would come into them in any case."

  • 汤林华 08-03

    {  Several times I had observed that Milverton looked at his watch, andonce he had risen and sat down again, with a gesture of impatience.The idea, however, that he might have an appointment at so strangean hour never occurred to me until a faint sound reached my earsfrom the veranda outside. Milverton dropped his papers and sat rigidin his chair. The sound was repeated, and then there came a gentle tapat the door. Milverton rose and opened it.

  • 陈邦柱 08-02

      by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle}

  • 陈启中 08-02

      "Pure swank!" Holmes answered. "He felt so clever and so sure ofhimself that he imagined no one could touch him. He could say to anysuspicious neighbour, 'Look at the steps I have taken. I haveconsulted not only the police but even Sherlock Holmes.'"The inspector laughed.

  • 杨晓娟 08-02

      "It's this way, Mr. Holmes. As I have said, I am the skipper ofthe Rugger team of Cambridge 'Varsity, and Godfrey Staunton is my bestman. To-morrow we play Oxford. Yesterday we all came up, and wesettled at Bentley's private hotel. At ten o'clock I went round andsaw that all the fellows had gone to roost, for I believe in stricttraining and plenty of sleep to keep a team fit. I had a word or twowith Godfrey before he turned in. He seemed to me to be pale andbothered. I asked him what was the matter. He said he was all right-just a touch of headache. I bade him good-night and left him. Halfan hour later, the porter tells me that a rough looking man with abeard called with a note for Godfrey. He had not gone to bed, andthe note was taken to his room. Godfrey read it, and fell back in achair as if he had been pole-axed. The porter was so scared that hewas going to fetch me, but Godfrey stopped him, had a drink ofwater, and pulled himself together. Then he went downstairs, said afew words to the man who was waiting in the hall, and the two ofthem went off together. The last that the porter saw of them, theywere almost running down the street in the direction of the Strand.This morning Godfrey's room was empty, his bed had never been sleptin, and his things were all just as I had seen them the nightbefore. He had gone off at a moment's notice with this stranger, andno word has come from him since. I don't believe he will ever comeback. He was a sportsman, was Godfrey, down to his marrow, and hewouldn't have stopped his training and let in his skipper if it werenot for some cause that was too strong for him. No: I feel as if hewere gone for good, and we should never see him again."Sherlock Holmes listened with the deepest attention to this singularnarrative.

  • 张梦怡 08-01

       "Quite so. Now turn that up in the ledger."

  • 卫某某 07-30

    {  Holmes leaned back in his armchair and took his notebook from hispocket.

  • 翁联辉 07-30

      "The first thing that put us out was that advertisement.Spaulding, he came down into the office just this day eight weeks,with this very paper in his hand, and he says: