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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I am afraid," said I, "that the facts are so obvious that youwill find little credit to be gained out of this case.""There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact," he answered,laughing. "Besides, we may chance to hit upon some other obvious factswhich may have been by no means obvious to Mr. Lestrade. You know metoo well to think that I am boasting when I say that I shall eitherconfirm or destroy his theory by means which he is quite incapableof employing, or even of understanding. To take the first example tohand, I very clearly perceive that in your bedroom the window isupon the right-hand side, and yet I question whether Mr. Lestradewould have noted even so self-evident a thing as that.""How on earth-"
2.  organization of the society, and so systematic its methods,that there is hardly a case upon record where any man
3.  Again she turned on me those glorious eyes.
4.  1922
5.  And this was the singular case of the Grecian Interpreter, theexplanation of which is still involved in some mystery. We were ableto find out, by communicating with the gentleman who had answeredthe advertisement, that the unfortunate young lady came of a wealthyGrecian family, and that she had been on a visit to some friends inEngland. While there she had met a young man named Harold Latimer, whohad acquired an ascendency over her and had eventually persuaded herto fly with him. Her friends, shocked at the event, had contentedthemselves with informing her brother at Athens, and had then washedtheir hands of the matter. The brother, on his arrival in England, hadimprudently placed himself in the power of Latimer and of hisassociate, whose name was Wilson Kemp-a man of the foulestantecedents. These two, finding that through his ignorance of thelanguage he was helpless in their hands, had kept him a prisoner,and had endeavoured by cruelty and starvation to make him sign awayhis own and his sister's property. They had kept him in the housewithout the girl's knowledge, and the plaster over the face had beenfor the purpose of making recognition difficult in case she shouldever catch a glimpse of him. Her feminine perceptions, however, hadinstantly seen through the disguise when, on the occasion of theinterpreter's visit, she had seen him for the first time. The poorgirl, however, was herself a prisoner, for there was no one aboutthe house except the man who acted as coachman, and his wife, bothof whom were tools of the conspirators. Finding that their secretwas out, and that their prisoner was not to be coerced, the twovillains with the girl had fled away at a few hours' notice from thefurnished house which they had hired, having first, as they thought,taken vengeance both upon the man who had defied and the one who hadbetrayed them.
6.  "Very good, we shall wire to him and see if all is well, and if aclerk of your name is working there. That is clear enough, but what isnot so clear is why at sight of us one of the rogues shouldinstantly walk out of the room and hang himself."


1.  "No, a woman's, and a woman of rare character. You see, at thecommencement of an investigation it is something to know that yourclient is in close contact with someone who, for good or evil, hasan exceptional nature. My interest is already awakened in the case. Ifyou are ready we will start at once for Woking and see thisdiplomatist who is in such evil case and the lady to whom hedictates his letters."
2.  "Nothing to add?"
3.  "Perhaps I have. But I do not care to discuss it until there issomething more solid to discuss."
4.  "A simple case, and yet, in some ways, an instructive one," Holmesremarked, as we travelled back to town. "It hinged from the outsetupon the pince-nez. But for the fortunate chance of the dying manhaving seized these, I am not sure that we could ever have reached oursolution. It was clear to me, from the strength of the glasses, thatthe wearer must have been very blind and helpless when deprived ofthem. When you asked me to believe that she walked along a narrowstrip of grass without once making a false step, I remarked, as youmay remember, that it was a noteworthy performance. In my mind I setit down as an impossible performance, save in the unlikely case thatshe had a second pair of glasses. I was forced, therefore, to considerseriously the hypothesis that she had remained within the house. Onperceiving the similarity of the two corridors, it became clear thatshe might very easily have made such a mistake, and, in that case,it was evident that she must have entered the professor's room. Iwas keenly on the alert, therefore, for whatever would bear out thissupposition, and I examined the room narrowly for anything in theshape of a hiding-place. The carpet seemed continuous and firmlynailed, so I dismissed the idea of a trap-door. There might well bea recess behind the books. As you are aware, such devices are commonin old libraries. I observed that books were piled on the floor at allother points, but that one bookcase was left clear. This, then,might be the door. I could see no marks to guide me, but the carpetwas of a dun colour, which lends itself very well to examination. Itherefore smoked a great number of those excellent cigarettes, and Idropped the ash all over the space in front of the suspected bookcase.It was a simple trick, but exceedingly effective. I then wentdownstairs, and I ascertained, in your presence, Watson, withoutyour perceiving the drift of my remarks, that Professor Coram'sconsumption of food had increased- as one would expect when he issupplying a second person. We then ascended to the room again, when,by upsetting the cigarette-box, I obtained a very excellent view ofthe floor, and was able to see quite clearly, from the traces upon thecigarette ash, that the prisoner had in our absence come out fromher retreat. Well, Hopkins, here we are at Charing Cross, and Icongratulate you on having brought your case to a successfulconclusion. You are going to headquarters, no doubt. I think,Watson, you and I will drive together to the Russian Embassy."-THE END-
5.  "'Five hundred a year!' I shouted.
6.  "I am glad to say that my investigation has not been entirelybarren," he remarked. "I cannot remain to discuss the matter withthe police, but I should be exceedingly obliged, Mr. Roundhay, ifyou would give the inspector my compliments and direct his attentionto the bedroom window and to the sitting-room lamp. Each issuggestive, and together they are almost conclusive. If the policewould desire further information I shall be happy to see any of themat the cottage. And now, Watson, I think that, perhaps, we shall bebetter employed elsewhere."


1.  A flush sprang to the white cheeks of the stranger. "Well,then," said he, "my real name is James Ryder."
2.  "`Then, good-bye, Mr. Jabez Wilson, and let me congratulateyou once more on the important position which you have beenfortunate enough to gain.' He bowed me out of the room, and Iwent home with my assistant, hardly knowing what to say or do, Iwas so pleased at my own good fortune.
3.  "Of coming to conclusions too rapidly."
4.  "Thirty feet each way."
5.   It was twilight of a lovely spring evening, and even Little RyderStreet, one of the smaller offshoots from the Edgware Road, within astone-cast of old Tyburn Tree of evil memory, looked golden andwonderful in the slanting rays of the setting sun. The particularhouse to which we were directed was a large, old-fashioned, EarlyGeorgian edifice, with a flat brick face broken only by two deep baywindows on the ground floor. It was on this ground floor that ourclient lived, and, indeed, the low windows proved to be the front ofthe huge room in which he spent his waking hours. Holmes pointed as wepassed to the small brass plate which bore the curious name."Up some years, Watson," he remarked, indicating its discolouredsurface. "It's his real name, anyhow, and that is something to note."The house had a common stair, and there were a number of namespainted in the hall, some indicating offices and some privatechambers. It was not a collection of residential flats, but rather theabode of Bohemian bachelors. Our client opened the door for us himselfand apologized by saying that the woman in charge left at fouro'clock. Mr. Nathan Garrideb proved to be a very tall,
6.  "Excellent! What more?"


1.  "I've been down to Scotland Yard, Mr. Holmes. I saw InspectorStanley Hopkins. He advised me to come to you. He said the case, sofar as he could see, was more in your line than in that of the regularpolice."
2.  "Mr. Woodley seemed to me to be a most odious person. He was forever making eyes at me- a coarse, puffy-faced, red-moustached youngman, with his hair plastered down on each side of his forehead. Ithought that he was perfectly hateful- and I was sure that Cyril wouldnot wish me to know such a person."
3.  "Is he delirious?"
4、  Never have I had such a shock! In an instant, with a tiger-spring,the dying man had intercepted me. I heard the sharp snap of atwisted key. The next moment he had staggered back to his bed,exhausted and panting after his one tremendous outflame of energy."You won't take the key from me by force, Watson, I've got you, myfriend. Here you are, and here you will stay until I will otherwise.But I'll humour you." (All this in little gasps, with terriblestruggles for breath between) "You've only my own good at heart. Ofcourse I know that very well. You shall have your way, but give metime to get my strength. Not now, Watson, not now. It's fouro'clock. At six you can go."
5、  "'Certainly,' I answered. 'But perhaps you would have the goodnessto let me have the name of the steamer and of the line by which hesailed, together with the date. I have no doubt that I should beable to get a letter through to him.'




  • 蒋志强 08-04

      "I only heard of it this morning," the lawyer explained."Mr. Holmes advised me to have some friend in the house. I neglectedhis advice, and I have paid for it."

  • 高拱 08-04

      Holmes's cross-examination was interrupted by an imperative knockingat the door. No sooner had our client unlatched it than the Americanlawyer burst excitedly into the room.

  • 高志鹏 08-04

       Colonel Damery threw up his kid-gloved hands with a laugh. "There isno getting past you, Mr. Holmes! Wonderful! So you have alreadysized him up as a murderer?"

  • 毕小健 08-04

      "You astonish me, Mr. Holmes. What more could one ask for?""Does your explanation cover every point?"

  • 费古埃伦斯 08-03

    {  "You are well aware, Dr. Huxtable, that his Grace is particularlyanxious to avoid all public scandal. He prefers to take as fewpeople as possible into his confidence."

  • 邵美琪 08-02

      "You would be horribly in the way."}

  • 马德慧 08-02

      "Oh, he went out the first night, did he?"

  • 张凯 08-02

      "Well, then we must make a cross-country journey to Newhaven, and soover to Dieppe. Moriarty will again do what I should do. He will geton to Paris, mark down our luggage, and wait for two days at thedepot. In the meantime we shall treat ourselves to a couple ofcarpet-bags, encourage the manufactures of the countries through whichwe travel, and make our way at our leisure into Switzerland, viaLuxembourg and Basle."

  • 贾真真 08-01


  • 博埃罗 07-30

    {  "Other people can observe as well as you. Yesterday there was an oldsporting man. To-day it was an elderly woman. They held me in view allday."

  • 帕金斯 07-30

      "Judging by its effect upon my brother, I should think it must bea most extraordinary one." He snuggled down in his armchair. "Now,Watson, let us have the facts."