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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I'll trouble you to walk out of my house, sir," said he. "You cantell your employer, Lord Mount-James, that I do not wish to haveanything to do either with him or with his agents. No, sir- notanother word!" He rang the bell furiously. "John, show these gentlemenout!" A pompous butler ushered us severely to the door, and we foundourselves in the street. Holmes burst out laughing.
2.  "Of course it is. But you can imagine how difficult it is when youare speaking of the one woman whom you are bound to protect andhelp. What can I do? How am I to go to the police with such a story?And yet the kiddies have got to be protected. Is it madness, Mr.Holmes? Is it something in the blood? Have you any similar case inyour experience? For God's sake, give me some advice, for I am at mywit's end."
3.  "It appears that his arrest did not take place at once, but afterthe return to Hatherley Farm. On the inspector of constabularyinforming him that he was a prisoner, he remarked that he was notsurprised to hear it, and that it was no more than his deserts. Hisobservation of his had the natural effect of removing any traces ofdoubt which might have remained in the minds of the coroner's jury.""It was a confession," I ejaculated.
4.  "No one."
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.'
6.  "Let us reconstruct, Watson," said Holmes after half an hour ofsilence. "I am not aware that in all our joint researches we have everhad a case which was more difficult to get at. Every fresh advancewhich we make only reveals a fresh ridge beyond. And yet we havesurely made some appreciable progress.


1.  "Our young friend seems to be getting into deep waters," said Holmes,thoughtfully, as he finished the letter. "The case certainlypresents more features of interest and more possibility of developmentthan I had originally thought. I should be none the worse for a quiet,peaceful day in the country, and I am inclined to run down thisafternoon and test one or two theories which I have formed."Holmes's quiet day in the country had a singular termination, for hearrived at Baker Street late in the evening, with a cut lip and adiscoloured lump upon his forehead, besides a general air ofdissipation which would have made his own person the fitting object ofa Scotland Yard investigation. He was immensely tickled by his ownadventures and laughed heartily as be recounted them.
2.  "Let us have everything in its due order." Holmes thrust his longthin legs out towards the fire and composed himself to listen."In the first place, I may say that I have met, on the whole, withno actual ill-treatment from Mr. and Mrs. Rucastle. It is only fair tothem to say that. But I cannot understand them, and I am not easy inmy mind about them."
3.  "What! You do not mean bodies?"
4.  "But why Turkish?" asked Mr. Sherlock Holmes, gazing fixedly at myboots. I was reclining in a cane-backed chair at the moment, and myprotruded feet had attracted his ever-active attention."English," I answered in some surprise. "I got them at Latimer's, inOxford Street."
5.  "My good Hopkins, I have investigated many crimes, but I havenever yet seen one which was committed by a flying creature. As longas the criminal remains upon two legs so long must there be someindentation, some abrasion, some trifling displacement which can bedetected by the scientific searcher. It is incredible that thisblood-bespattered room contained no trace which could have aided us. Iunderstand, however, from the inquest that there were some objectswhich you failed to overlook?"
6.  "Who told you this?"


1.  "'You crossed my path on the fourth of January,' said he. 'On thetwenty-third you incommoded me; by the middle of February I wasseriously inconvenienced by you; at the end of March I wasabsolutely hampered in my plans; and now, at the close of April, Ifind myself placed in such a position through your continualpersecution that I am in positive danger of losing my liberty. Thesituation is becoming an impossible one.'
2.  "That's right. Maybe somebody's behind a curtain. Too manycurtains in this room." As he looked round he suddenly saw for thefirst time the effigy in the window, and stood staring and pointing,too amazed for words.
3.  "Then he could not have retreated down the road, and you say thatthere are no side roads?"
4.  "The Lone Star had arrived here last week. I went down to theAlbert Dock and found that she had been taken down the river bythe early tide this morning, homeward bound to Savannah. I wiredto Gravesend and learned that she had passed some time ago, and asthe wind is easterly I have no doubt that she is now past theGoodwins and not very far from the Isle of Wight."
5.   Holmes bent over this grotesque frieze for some minutes, and thensuddenly sprang to his feet with an exclamation of surprise anddismay. His face was haggard with anxiety.
6.  The dog had suddenly turned out of the main road into agrass-grown lane. Half a mile farther this opened into another broadroad, and the trail turned hard to the right in the direction of thetown, which we had just quitted. The road took a sweep to the south ofthe town, and continued in the opposite direction to that in whichwe started.


1.  "I had only one confidant- my brother Mycroft. I owe you manyapologies, my dear Watson, but it was all-important that it shouldbe thought I was dead, and it is quite certain that you would not havewritten so convincing an account of my unhappy end had you notyourself thought that it was true. Several times during the last threeyears I have taken up my pen to write to you, but always I feared lestyour affectionate regard for me should tempt you to someindiscretion which would betray my secret. For that reason I turnedaway from you this evening when you upset my books, for I was indanger at the time, and any show of surprise and emotion upon yourpart might have drawn attention to my identity and led to the mostdeplorable and irreparable results. As to Mycroft, I had to confide inhim in order to obtain the money which I needed. The course ofevents in London did not run so well as I had hoped, for the trialof the Moriarty gang left two of its most dangerous members, my ownmost vindictive enemies, at liberty. I travelled for two years inTibet, therefore, and amused myself by visiting Lhassa, and spendingsome days with the head lama. You may have read of the remarkableexplorations of a Norwegian named Sigerson, but I am sure that itnever occurred to you that you were receiving news of your friend. Ithen passed through Persia, looked in at Mecca, and paid a short butinteresting visit to the Khalifa at Khartoum the results of which Ihave communicated to the Foreign Office. Returning to France, Ispent some months in a research into the coal-tar derivatives, which Iconducted in a laboratory at Montpellier, in the south of France.Having concluded this to my satisfaction and learning that only one ofmy enemies was now left in London I was about to return when mymovements were hastened by the news of this very remarkable ParkLane Mystery, which not only appealed to me by its own merits, butwhich seemed to offer some most peculiar personal opportunities. Icame over at once to London, called in my own person at BakerStreet, threw Mrs. Hudson into violent hysterics, and found thatMycroft had preserved my rooms and my papers exactly as they hadalways been. So it was, my dear Watson, that at two o'clock to-day Ifound myself in my old armchair in my own old room, and only wishingthat I could have seen my old friend Watson in the other chair whichhe has so often adorned."
2.  "He is still with you, I presume?"
3.  "Well, we had no particular reason to make a careful examinationof the hall. Besides, it's not in a very prominent place, as you see.""No, no- of course not. I suppose there is no doubt that the markwas there yesterday?"
4、  "Give me a pencil and that slip of paper. Now, then:
5、  relationship-comes over from Greece to interfere. He imprudentlyputs himself into the power of the young man and his olderassociate. They seize him and use violence towards him in order tomake him sign some papers to make over the girl's fortune-of whichhe may be trustee-to them. This he refuses to do. In order tonegotiate with him they have to get an interpreter, and they pitchupon this Mr. Melas, having used some other one before. The girl isnot told of the arrival of her brother and finds it out by themerest accident.




  • 邵克 08-09

      "We have had no details yet," observed Holmes. "I perceive thatyou are not yourself a member of the family."

  • 大卫·葛罗 08-09

      "Tut, tut, Walters. This is not talk for a police-constable.""I know, sir, I know; but it shook me, sir, and there's no use todeny it. It wasn't black, sir, nor was it white, nor any colour that Iknow, but a kind of queer shade like clay with a splash of milk in it.Then there was the size of it- it was twice yours, sir. And the lookof it- the great staring goggle eyes, and the line of white teeth likea hungry beast. I tell you, sir, I couldn't move a finger, nor getmy breath, till it whisked away and was gone. Out I ran and throughthe shrubbery, but thank God there was no one there."

  • 吕敏 08-09

       "Pipes are occasionally of extraordinary interest," said he."Nothing has more individuality, save perhaps watches and bootlaces.The indications here, however, are neither very marked nor veryimportant. The owner is obviously a muscular man, left-handed, with anexcellent set of teeth, careless in his habits, and with no need topractise economy."

  • 聂国桥 08-09

      At the same moment Holmes stepped out and released the spaniel. Witha joyous cry it dashed forward to the carriage and sprang upon thestep. Then in a moment its eager greeting changed to furious rage, andit snapped at the black skirt above it.

  • 汪菁 08-08

    {  "They are sprightly- very sprightly," Milverton answered. "Thelady was a charming correspondent. But I can assure you that theEarl of Dovercourt would fail to appreciate them. However, since youthink otherwise, we will let it rest at that. It is purely a matter ofbusiness. If you think that it is in the best interests of your clientthat these letters should be placed in the hands of the Earl, then youwould indeed be foolish to pay so large a sum of money to regainthem." He rose and seized his astrakhan coat.

  • 惠达 08-07

      "Voyage of the Gloria Scott," he read. "That was a bad business. Ihave some recollection that you made a record of it, Watson, thoughI was unable to congratulate you upon the result. Victor Lynch, theforger. Venomous lizard or gila. Remarkable case, that! Vittoria,the circus belle. Vanderbilt and the Yeggman. Vipers. Vigor, theHammersmith wonder. Hullo! Hullo! Good old index. You can't beat it.Listen to this, Watson. Vampirism in Hungary. And again, Vampires inTransylvania." He turned over the pages with eagerness, but after ashort intent perusal he threw down the great book with a snarl ofdisappointment.}

  • 洪顺兴 08-07

      "Perhaps not with your tongue, my dear Watson, but certainly withyour eyebrows. So when I saw you throw down your paper and enterupon a train of thought, I was very happy to have the opportunity ofreading it off, and eventually of breaking into it, as a proof thatI had been in rapport with you."

  • 郝强 08-07

      "Then it amounts to this, Mr. Soames: that, unless the Indianstudent recognized the roll as being proofs, the man who tampered withthem came upon them accidentally without knowing that they werethere."

  • 宋六一 08-06


  • 张极井 08-04

    {  The man leaned over and pulled up the front of a kind of hutch inthe corner. In an instant out there slipped a beautifulreddish-brown creature, thin and lithe, with the legs of a stoat, along, thin nose, and a pair of the finest red eyes that ever I sawin an animal's head.

  • 萨科奇 08-04

      "No, it is more serious than that. To revenge crime is important,but to prevent it is more so. It is a terrible thing, Mr. Holmes, tosee a dreadful event, an atrocious situation, preparing itselfbefore your eyes, to clearly understand whither it will lead and yetto be utterly unable to avert it. Can a human being be placed in amore trying position?"