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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "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."
2.  SIR:
3.  "Why," said I, glancing up at my companion, "that was surelythe bell. Who could come to-night? Some friend of yours,perhaps?"
4.  "But how could you guess what the motive was?"
5.  "He knows a damned sight too much about it. I'm not sure that hedoesn't know all about it."
6.  "'Over the oak.'


1.  "'What, you dig fuller's-earth in the house?'
2.  "No, sir, but the facts might be met speciously enough. Suppose thatthis man Boone had thrust Neville St. Clair through the window,there is no human eye which could have seen the deed. What would he dothen? It would of course instantly strike him that he must get ridof the tell-tale garments. He would seize the coat, then, and be inthe act of throwing it out, when it would occur to him that it wouldswim and not sink. He has little time, for he has heard the scuffledownstairs when the wife tried to force her way up, and perhaps he hasalready heard from his lascar confederate that the police are hurryingup the street. There is not an instant to be lost. He rushes to somesecret hoard, where he has accumulated the fruits of his beggary,and he stuffs all the coins upon which he can lay his hands into thepockets to make sure of the coats sinking. He throws it out, and wouldhave done the same with the other garments had not he heard the rushof steps below, and only just had time to close the window when thepolice appeared."
3.  "When you go to bed lock the door of this room on the outside andkeep the key. Promise to do this."
4.  Holmes strolled round the house with his hands in his pockets anda negligent air which was unusual with him.
5.  "Dear me, this becomes more and more difficult for me to understand!You are a connoisseur and collector with a very valuable piece in yourcollection, and yet you have never troubled to consult the one bookwhich would have told you of the real meaning and value of what youheld. How do you explain that?"
6.  The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle


1.  "And the alternative?"
2.  There came a gentle flow of soothing explanation from the butler."Well, I won't see him, Staples. I can't have my work interruptedlike this. I am not at home. Say so. tell him to come in the morningif he really must see me."
3.  I was horrified for I had heard nothing of his illness. I need notsay that I rushed for my coat and my hat. As we drove back I asked forthe details.
4.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
5.   "Is there good fishing in that part of Berkshire?" The honesttrainer showed very clearly upon his face that he was convinced thatyet another lunatic had come into his harassed life.
6.  "It has been touch and go with him," said I, "but he'll live now.Just open that window, and hand me the water carafe." I undid hiscollar, poured the cold water over his face, and raised and sank hisarms until he drew a long, natural breath. "It's only a question oftime now," said I as I turned away from him.


1.  "'We are now,' said he, 'actually within the hydraulic press, and itwould be a particularly unpleasant thing for us if anyone were to turnit on. The ceiling of this small chamber is really the end of thedescending piston, and it comes down with the force of many tonsupon this metal floor. There are small lateral columns of wateroutside which receive the force, and which transmit and multiply it inthe manner which is familiar to you. The machine goes readilyenough, but there is some stiffness in the working of it, and it haslost a little of its force. Perhaps you will have the goodness to lookit over and to show us how we can set it right.'
2.  "Yet she kept your reply very carefully?"
3.  "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.
4、  'Abbey Grange, Marsham, Kent,
5、  "What! You do not mean bodies?"




  • 黄黔华 08-02

      In the morning Mr. Bennett slipped round to bring us the latestreport. As Holmes had imagined, times had not been easy with him.Without exactly accusing him of being responsible for our presence,the professor had been very rough and rude in his speech, andevidently felt some strong grievance. This morning he was quitehimself again, However, and had delivered his usual brilliantlecture to a crowded class. "Apart from his queer fits," said Bennett,"he has actually more energy and vitality, than I can ever remember,nor was his brain ever clearer. But it's not he- it's never the manwhom we have known."

  • 孔繁森 08-02

      "Then came the downfall of the tyrant. He escaped as you have justdescribed. But the many whose lives he had mined, whose nearest anddearest had suffered torture and death at his hands, would not let thematter rest. They banded themselves into a society which shouldnever be dissolved until the work was done. It was my part after wehad discovered in the transformed Henderson the fallen despot, toattach myself to his household and keep the others in touch with hismovements. This I was able to do by securing the position of governessin his family. He little knew that the woman who faced him at everymeal was the woman whose husband he had hurried at an hour's noticeinto eternity. I smiled on him, did my duty to his children, and bidedmy time. An attempt was made in Paris and failed. We zig-zaggedswiftly here and there over Europe to throw off the pursuers andfinally returned to this house, which he had taken upon his firstarrival in England.

  • 徐寰宇 08-02

       The Count's knotted brows gathered more heavily over his menacingeyes. "What you say only makes the matter worse. It was not youragents but your play-acting, busybody self! You admit that you havedogged me. Why?"

  • 谈一谈 08-02

      "But for what possible end?"

  • 展明辉 08-01

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  • 赵无名 07-31

      "Damn you, Holmes!" cried the Count with blazing eyes. "There arelimits to my patience!"}

  • 方世兴 07-31

      "My God! It's Watson," said he. He was in a pitiable state ofreaction, with every nerve in a twitter. "I say, Watson, whato'clock is it?"

  • 李锦记 07-31

      "Well, I've given you fair warnin'," said he. "I've a friendthat's interested out Harrow way- you know what I'm meaning- and hedon't intend to have no buttin' in by you. Got that? You ain't thelaw, and I ain't the law either, and if you come in I'll be on handalso. Don't you forget it."

  • 林浩坤 07-30

       "Ah, that's a long story- rather a whimsical one, too. I don't thinkin all our explorations of human complexities we have ever come uponanything more singular. The fellow will be here presently forcross-examination, so I won't open the matter up till he comes. But,meanwhile, that's the name we want."

  • 林科 07-28

    {  "You traced him through the telegram, no doubt," said Holmes.Exactly, Mr. Holmes. We picked up the scent at Charing CrossPost-Office and came on here."

  • 韩路 07-28

      "Is it possible that they had some enemy who loosed it?""And why should it attack them savagely when it was in the habitof playing with them, and doing tricks with them inside the cage?""Possibly the same enemy had done something to enrage it."Holmes looked thoughtful and remained in silence for some moments."Well, Watson, there is this to be said for your theory. Ronderwas a man of many enemies. Edmunds told me that in his cups he washorrible. A huge bully of a man, he cursed and slashed at everyone whocame in his way. I expect those cries about a monster, of which ourvisitor has spoken, were nocturnal reminiscences of the dear departed.However, our speculations are futile until we have all the facts.There is a cold partridge on the sideboard, Watson, and a bottle ofMontrachet. Let us renew our energies before we make a fresh call uponthem."