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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "You astonish me, Mr. Holmes. What more could one ask for?""Does your explanation cover every point?"
2.  "Why, sir, you've got me the very evidence I want," said theinspector warmly, shaking my friend by the hand. "I was on the samescent as you from the first."
3.  "I do not blame you for feeling it. I should blame you if youexpressed it, since this young lady was in a sense under yourprotection."
4.  From his pocket Stanley Hopkins drew a small paper packet. Heunfolded it and disclosed a golden pince-nez, with two broken endsof black silk cord dangling from the end of it. "Willoughby Smithhad excellent sight," he added. "There can be no question that thiswas snatched from the face or the person of the assassin."Sherlock Holmes took the glasses into his hand, and examined themwith the utmost attention and interest. He held them on his nose,endeavoured to read through them, went to the window and stared up thestreet with them, looked at them most minutely in the full light ofthe lamp, and finally, with a chuckle, seated himself at the table andwrote a few lines upon a sheet of paper, which he tossed across toStanley Hopkins.
5.  Count Sylvius threw up his eyes to the ceiling. "And you talkabout bluff!" said he.
6.  "No, no; the real name," said Holmes sweetly. "It is alwaysawkward doing business with an alias."


1.  "So far we are justified," said he. "What do you think of it,Watson?"
2.  "Then the current of his life was broken. He is sixty-one years ofage, but he became engaged to the daughter of Professor Morphy, hiscolleague in the chair of comparative anatomy. It was not, as Iunderstand, the reasoned courting of an elderly man but rather thepassionate frenzy of youth, for no one could have shown himself a moredevoted lover. The lady, Alice Morphy, was a very perfect girl both inmind and body, so that there was every excuse for the professor'sinfatuation. None the less, it did not meet with full approval inhis own family."
3.  "One moment, sir," said he. "To actually go off with the Mazarinstone would be a more serious offence than to be found in temporarypossession of it."
4.  "You must know that my grandfather had two sons--my uncleElias and my father Joseph. My father had a small factory atCoventry, which he enlarged at the time of the invention ofbicycling. He was a patentee of the Openshaw unbreakable tire,and his business met with such success that he was able to sell itand to retire upon a handsome competence.
5.  "Whose house is it?"
6.  "That may be so, but you will admit, Mr. Holmes, that most men wouldshy off a bit when they are asked point-blank what their relationswith a woman may be- if there is really some serious feeling in thecase. I guess most men have a little private reserve of their own insome corner of their souls where they don't welcome intruders. And youburst suddenly into it. But the object excuses you, since it was totry and save her. Well, the stakes are down and the reserve open,and you can explore where you will. What is it you want?""The truth."


1.  "What you say is perfectly logical, Mr. Holmes. I feel that thematter is indeed out of our hands."
2.  "We examined the room also. There is no possibility of a secretdoor, and the windows are quite thirty feet from the ground. Both ofthem were fastened on the inside. The carpet prevents anypossibility of a trapdoor, and the ceiling is of the ordinarywhitewashed kind. I will pledge my life that whoever stole my paperscould only have come through the door."
3.  "Thank you. I can eat nothing," said Phelps.
4.  It was, indeed, our friend the financier. I was shocked by thechange which had come over him, for his face which was naturally ofa broad and massive mould, was now pinched and fallen in, while hishair seemed to me at least a shade whiter. He entered with a wearinessand lethargy which was even more painful than his violence of themorning before, and he dropped heavily into the armchair which Ipushed forward for him.
5.   "He has, however, retained some degree of self-respect," hecontinued, disregarding my remonstrance. "He is a man who leads asedentary life, goes out little, is out of training entirely, ismiddle-aged, has grizzled hair which he has had cut within thelast few days, and which he anoints with lime-cream. These arethe more patent facts which are to be deduced from his hat. Also,by the way, that it is extremely improbable that he has gas laidon in his house."
6.  "My dear Holmes, what do you mean?"


1.  "Mrs. St. Clair had fainted at the sight of the blood upon thewindow, and she was escorted home in a cab by the police, as herpresence could be of no help to them in their investigations.Inspector Barton, who had charge of the case, made a very carefulexamination of the premises, but without finding anything whichthrew any light upon the matter. One mistake had been made in notarresting Boone instantly, as he was allowed some few minutes duringwhich he might have communicated with his friend the lascar, butthis fault was soon remedied, and he was seized and searched,without anything being found which could incriminate him. Therewere, it is true, some blood-stains upon his right shirt-sleeve, buthe pointed to his ring-finger, which had been cut near the nail, andexplained that the bleeding came from there, adding that he had beento the window not long before, and that the stains which had beenobserved there came doubtless from the same source. He deniedstrenuously having ever seen Mr. Neville St. Clair and swore thatthe presence of the clothes in his room was as much a mystery to himas to the police. As to Mrs. St. Clair's assertion that she hadactually seen her husband at the window, he declared that she musthave been either mad or dreaming. He was removed, loudly protesting,to the police-station, while the inspector remained upon thepremises in the hope that the ebbing tide might afford some freshclue.
2.  "'I tell you, and I give you my word for it, that from that moment Iwas not my own master, and it is all like a dim dream when I look backon it. I had been drinking hard of late, and the two things togetherfairly turned my brain. There's something throbbing in my head now,like a docker's hammer, but that morning I seemed to have allNiagara whizzing and buzzing in my ears.
3.  "But he must be alive, Mr. Holmes."
4、  "'Well,' said he, 'the fact is that I have heard some reallyextraordinary stories about your financial ability. You rememberParker, who used to be Coxon's manager. He can never say enoughabout it.'
5、  "I was amused by her society, and she could see that I was amused.""Her father is very rich?"




  • 赵甜玉 08-02

      "No, he cannot understand. But he should trust."

  • 高利民 08-02

      "'Until you tell me who it is that has been living in thatcottage, and who it is to whom you have given that photograph, therecan never be any confidence between us,' said I, and breaking awayfrom her I left the house. That was yesterday, Mr. Holmes, and Ihave not seen her since, nor do I know anything more about thisstrange business. It is the first shadow that has come between us, andit has so shaken me that I do not know what I should do for thebest. Suddenly this morning it occurred to me that you were the man toadvise me, so I have hurried to you now, and I place myselfunreservedly in your hands. If there is any point which I have notmade clear, pray question me about it. But, above all, tell me quicklywhat I am to do, for this misery is more than I can bear."Holmes and I had listened with the utmost interest to thisextraordinary statement, which had been delivered in the jerky, brokenfashion of a man who is under the influence of extreme emotion. Mycompanion sat silent now for some time, with his chin upon his hand,lost in thought.

  • 邬婆婆 08-02

       But I was still far from satisfied. "In the example which you readto me," said I, "the reasoner drew his conclusions from the actions ofthe man whom he observed. If I remember right, he stumbled over a heapof stones, looked up at the stars, and so on. But I have been seatedquietly in my chair, and what clues can I have given you?""You do yourself an injustice. The features are given to man asthe means by which he shall express his emotions, and yours arefaithful servants."

  • 杰克·李 08-02


  • 陈绍利 08-01

    {  "There he is!" said Bennett in a startled whisper. Looking betweenthe branches we saw the tall, great figure emerge from the hall doorand look around him. He stood leaning forward, his hands swingingstraight before him, his head turning from side to side. The secretarywith a last wave slipped off among the trees, and we saw him presentlyrejoin his employer, the two entering the house together in whatseemed to be animated and even excited conversation.

  • 张忠华 07-31

      "Well, it is just as I have been telling you, Mr. SherlockHolmes," said Jabez Wilson, mopping his forehead; "I have a smallpawnbroker's business at Coburg Square, near the City. It's not avery large affair, and of late years it has not done more thanjust give me a living. I used to be able to keep two assistants,but now I only keep one; and I would have a job to pay him butthat he is willing to come for half wages so as to learn thebusiness."}

  • 雷伊泰 07-31

      "'The firm does so when the security is good,' I answered."'It is absolutely essential to me,' said he, 'that I should haveL50,000 at once. I could, of course, borrow so trifling a sum tentimes over from my friends, but I much prefer to make it a matter ofbusiness and to carry out that business myself. In my position you canreadily understand that it is unwise to place one's self underobligations.'

  • 张英哲 07-31

      "Now that you mention it, I did see old Ralph carrying a basket downthe garden walk and going in the direction of this house. The ideaof food did not occur to me at the moment."

  • 史素珍 07-30

       "My dear sir," cried Holmes, "there cannot be the least doubt in theworld that it has been written by two persons doing alternate words.When I draw your attention to the strong t's of 'at' and 'to,' and askyou to compare them with the weak ones of 'quarter' and 'twelve,'you will instantly recognize the fact. A very brief analysis ofthese four words would enable you to say with the utmost confidencethat the 'learn' and the 'maybe' are written in the stronger hand, andthe 'what' in the weaker."

  • 马伊里 07-28

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  • 张明海 07-28

      "No, she was in her night-dress. In her right hand was found thecharred stump of a match, and in her left a match-box.""Showing that she had struck a light and looked about her when thealarm took place. That is important. And what conclusions did thecoroner come to?"