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2.  "Did you dust this bureau yesterday morning?"
3.  "You astonish me, Mr. Holmes. What more could one ask for?""Does your explanation cover every point?"
4.  "What happened there, madam?"
5.  "Hum!" said Holmes. "I think I see how things worked, and I canunderstand how this message would, as you say, bring them to a head.But while you wait, you might tell me what you can.
6.  "Yes. He was brought up and remanded for further inquiries.""So I heard. You have him here?"


1.  "Oh! it's you, is it?" said our visitor, coming with anunpleasant, stealthy step round the angle of the table. "See here,Masser Holmes, you keep your hands out of other folks' business. Leavefolks to manage their own affairs. Got that, Masser Holmes?""Keep on talking," said Holmes. "It's fine."
2.  "I think, Watson, that we can catch the professor just before lunch.He lectures at eleven and should have an interval at home.""What possible excuse have we for calling?"
3.  "Well, but China?"
4.  "He was murdered in his house last night."
5.  "Neither dog nor cat nor monkey nor any creature that we arefamiliar with. I have tried to reconstruct it from the measurements.Here are four prints where the beast has been standing motionless. Yousee that it is no less than fifteen inches from fore-foot to hind. Addto that the length of neck and head, and you get a creature not muchless than two feet long-probably more if there is any tail. But nowobserve this other measurement. The animal has been moving, and wehave the length of its stride. In each case it is only about threeinches. You have an indication, you see, of a long body with veryshort legs attached to it. It has not been considerate enough to leaveany of its hair behind it. But its general shape must be what I haveindicated, and it can run up a curtain, and it is carnivorous.""How do you deduce that?"
6.  "It is very probable. He came expecting to find the door open. Hetried to get in with the blade of a very small penknife. He couldnot manage it. What would he do?"


1.  "Have you ever seen a photograph of her first husband?""No, there was a great fire at Atlanta very shortly after his death,and all her papers were destroyed."
2.  "Evidently," said I, "Mr. Wilson's assistant counts for a gooddeal in this mystery of the Red-headed League. I am sure that youinquired your way merely in order that you might see him.""Not him."
3.  "How can you possibly tell?"
4.  "I wonder if you would bear it," she said.
5.   "And I am the witness?"
6.  "I see, he might have proved an alibi."


1.  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.
3.  "`Is purely nominal.'
4、  "With regard, then, to my presence at Thor Bridge that night, Ireceived a note from Mrs. Gibson in the morning. It lay on the tableof the schoolroom, and it may have been left there by her own hand. Itimplored me to see her there after dinner, said she had somethingimportant to say to me, and asked me to leave an answer on the sundialin the garden, as she desired no one to be in our confidence, I saw noreason for such secrecy, but I did as she asked, accepting theappointment. She asked me to destroy her note and I burned it in theschoolroom grate. She was very much afraid of her husband, who treatedher with a harshness for which I frequently reproached him, and Icould only imagine that she acted in this way Because she did not wishhim to know of our interview."
5、  "Where, then?"




  • 李森 08-05

      We passed down the passage, which was of the same length as thatwhich led to the garden. At the end was a short flight of steps endingin a door. Our guide knocked, and then ushered us into the professor'sbedroom.

  • 长泽雅美 08-05

      "Yes, sir, it is true that he threw the decanter at me. I heardhim call my mistress a name, and I told him that he would not dareto speak so if her brother had been there. Then it was that he threwit at me. He might have thrown a dozen if he had but left my bonnybird alone. He was forever ill-treating her, and she too proud tocomplain. She will not even tell me all that he has done to her. Shenever told me of those marks on her arm that you saw this morning, butI know very well that they come from a stab with a hatpin. The slydevil- God forgive me that I should speak of him so, now that he isdead! But a devil he was, if ever one walked the earth. He was allhoney when first we met him- only eighteen months ago, and we bothfeel as if it were eighteen years. She had only just arrived inLondon. Yes, it was her first voyage- she had never been from homebefore. He won her with his title and his money and his false Londonways. If she made a mistake she has paid for it, if ever a womandid. What month did we meet him? Well, I tell you it was just after wearrived. We arrived in June, and it was July. They were married inJanuary of last year. Yes, she is down in the morning-room again,and I have no doubt she will see you, but you must not ask too much ofher, for she has gone through all that flesh and blood will stand."Lady Brackenstall was reclining on the same couch, but lookedbrighter than before. The maid had entered with us, and began oncemore to foment the bruise upon her mistress's brow.

  • 郑明治 08-05

       "Perhaps not."

  • 周欣 08-05

      "I have heard nothing of it."

  • 徐澄 08-04


  • 竹永海 08-03

      "That one word, my dear Watson, should have told me the wholestory had I been the ideal reasoner which you are so fond ofdepicting. It was evidently a term of reproach."}

  • 卢林嘉 08-03

      This was raving insanity. He shuddered, and again made a soundbetween a cough and a sob.

  • 石翁仲 08-03

      "Pray continue your narrative."

  • 洪奕宜 08-02

       "I have been considering that."

  • 石田 07-31

    {  Lower Burke Street proved to be a line of fine houses lying in thevague borderland between Notting Hill and Kensington. The particularone at which my cabman pulled up had an air of smug and demurerespectability in its old-fashioned iron railings, its massivefolding-door, and its shining brasswork. All was in keeping with, asolemn butler who appeared framed in the pink radiance of a tintedelectric light behind him.

  • 范启椿 07-31

      "That is no answer. If a man has a hobby he follows it up,whatever his other pursuits may be. You said in your note that youwere a connoisseur."