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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "'It's the bell of the room you were working in.'
2.  "One of the most dangerous classes in the world," said he, "is thedrifting and friendless woman. She is the most harmless and oftenthe most useful of mortals, but she is the inevitable inciter of crimein others. She is helpless. She is migratory. She has sufficient meansto take her from country to country and from hotel to hotel. She islost, as often as not, in a maze of obscure pensions andboarding-houses. She is a stray chicken in a world of foxes. Whenshe is gobbled up she is hardly missed. I much fear that some evil hascome to the Lady Frances Carfax."
3.  "Then you won't forgive me? You won't shake hands before I go?""Oh, certainly, if it would give you any pleasure." He put out hishand and coldly grasped that which she attended to him."I had hoped," suggested Holmes, "that you would have joined us in afriendly supper."
4.  It was a long and melancholy vigil, and yet brought with itsomething of the thrill which the bunter feels when he lies beside thewater-pool, and waits for the coming of the thirsty beast of prey.What savage creature was it which might steal upon us out of thedarkness? Was it a fierce tiger of crime, which could only be takenfighting hard with flashing fang and claw, or would it prove to besome skulking jackal, dangerous only to the weak and unguarded?In absolute silence we crouched amongst the bushes, waiting forwhatever might come. At first the steps of a few belated villagers, orthe sound of voices from the village, lightened our vigil, but oneby one these interruptions died away, and an absolute stillness fellupon us, save for the chimes of the distant church, which told us ofthe progress of the night, and for the rustle and whisper of a finerain falling amid the foliage which roofed us in.
5.  "Susan did."
6.  "Nothing?"


1.  "Quite so. Now turn that up in the ledger."
2.  "The moment I looked at my table, I was aware that someone hadrummaged among my papers. The proof was in three long slips. I hadleft them all together. Now, I found that one of them was lying on thefloor, one was on the side table near the window, and the third waswhere I had left it."
3.  "What do you want me to do?"
4.  "Ah, yes, that's another matter- a mere trifle, but the sort ofthing you take an interest in- queer, you know, and what you mightcall freakish. It has nothing to do with the main fact- can't have, onthe face of it."
5.  How shall I ever forget that dreadful vigil? I could not hear asound, not even the drawing of a breath, and yet I knew that mycompanion sat open-eyed, within a few feet of me, in the same state ofnervous tension in which I was myself. The shutters cut off theleast ray of light and we waited in absolute darkness. From outsidecame the occasional cry of a night-bird, and once at our very window along drawn catlike whine, which told us that the cheetah was indeed atliberty. Far away we could hear the deep tones of the parish clock,which boomed out every quarter of an hour. How long they seemed, thosequarters! Twelve struck, and one and two and three, and still we satwaiting silently for whatever might befall.
6.  "Dangerous, Watson, very dangerous. No, I hardly see them doingthat. Pull up, cabby! This is evidently the undertaker's, for wehave just passed the pawnbroker's. Would you go in, Watson? Yourappearance inspires confidence. Ask what hour the Poultney Squarefuneral takes place to-morrow."


1.  Holmes and I had listened spellbound to this extraordinary story. Myfriend rose now and paced up and down the room, his hands in hispockets, and an expression of the most profound gravity upon his face."Is Toller still drunk?" he asked.
2.  "One day--it was in March, 1883--a letter with a foreign stamplay upon the table in front of the colonel's plate. It was not acommon thing for him to receive letters, for his bills were allpaid in ready money, and he had no friends of any sort. `FromIndia!' said he as he took it up, `Pondicherry postmark! What canthis be?' Opening it hurriedly, out there jumped five little driedorange pips, which pattered down upon his plate. I began to laughat this, but the laugh was struck from my lips at the sight of hisface. His lip had fallen, his eyes were protruding, his skin thecolour of putty, and he glared at the envelope which he still heldin his trembling hand, `K. K. K.!' he shrieked, and then, `My God,my God, my sins have overtaken me!'
3.  "Well, then came an incident which was rather unexpected tomyself. I was slipping through the pantry window, in the early dawnwhen I felt a hand inside my collar, and a voice said: 'Now, yourascal, what are you doing in there?' When I could twist my head roundI looked into the tinted spectacles of my friend and rival, Mr.Barker. it was a curious foregathering and set us both smiling. Itseems that he had been engaged by Dr. Ray Ernest's family to make someinvestigations and had come to the same conclusion as to foul play. Hehad watched the house for some days and had spotted Dr. Watson asone of the obviously suspicious characters who had called there. Hecould hardly arrest Watson, but when he saw a man actually climbingout of the pantry window there came a limit to his restraint. Ofcourse, I told him how matters stood and we continued the casetogether."
4.  "My dear fellow, I know you well. I know the military neatness whichcharacterizes you. You shave every morning, and in this season youshave by the sunlight, but since your shaving is less and lesscomplete as we get farther back on the left side, until it becomespositively slovenly as we get round the angle of the jaw, it is surelyvery clear that that is less illuminated than the other. I could notimagine a man of your habits looking at himself in an equal lightand being satisfied with such a result. I only quote this as a trivialexample of observation and inference. Therein lies my metier, and itis just possible that it may be of some service in the investigationwhich lies before us. There are one or two minor points which werebrought out in the inquest, and which are worth considering.""What are they?"
5.   "There could not possibly be, Mr. Holmes. Poor Douglas had onlyhis pay and a small annuity. What could he have of value?"Holmes was lost in thought.
6.  "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."


1.  Holmes gave an ejaculation of impatience.
2.  We had been out for one of our evening rambles, Holmes and I, andhad returned about six o'clock on a cold, frosty winter's evening.As Holmes turned up the lamp the light fell upon a card on thetable. He glanced at it, and then, with an ejaculation of disgust,threw it on the floor. I picked it up and read:
3.  It was the young lady's turn to look surprised. "This is thesecond time that you have alluded to the date, Mr. Holmes," saidBennett. "Is it possible that it has any bearing upon the case?""It is possible- very possible- and yet I have not my fullmaterial at present."
4、  "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."
5、  "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."




  • 张筠文 08-04

      "But the boy- he is fifteen, I understand, and probably verydeveloped in mind, since his body has been circumscribed in action.Did he give you no explanation of these assaults?"

  • 杜陵 08-04

      "I see. By the way, that last letter of the Dukes- was it found inthe boy's room after he was gone?"

  • 洪肯 08-04

       "Patrick Cairns."

  • 任义文 08-04

      "Last Monday I had finished for the day and was dressing in myroom above the opium den when I looked out of my window and saw, to myhorror and astonishment that my wife was standing in the street,with her eyes fixed full upon me. I gave a cry of surprise, threw upmy arms to cover my face, and, rushing to my confidant the lascar,entreated him to prevent anyone from coming up to me. I heard hervoice downstairs, but I knew that she could not ascend. Swiftly Ithrew off my clothes, pulled on those of a beggar, and put on mypigments and wig. Even a wife's eyes could not pierce so complete adisguise. But then it occurred to me that there might be a search inthe room, and that the clothes might betray me. I threw open thewindow, reopening by my violence a small cut which I had inflictedupon myself in the bedroom that morning. Then I seized my coat,which was weighted by the coppers which I had just transferred to itfrom the leather bag in which I carried my takings. I hurled it out ofthe window, and it disappeared into the Thames. The other clotheswould have followed, but at that moment there was a rush of constablesup the stair, and a few minutes after I found, rather, I confess, tomy relief, that instead of being identified as Mr. Neville St.Clair, I was arrested as his murderer.

  • 福美 08-03

    {  "No, you wouldn't. I spotted his artificial limb. But proceed.""I was struck by the snaky locks of grizzled hair which curledfrom under his old straw hat, and his face with its fierce, eagerexpression and the deeply lined features."

  • 汪龙 08-02

      "It does not tell us very much, does it?" he remarked as he handedit back to me.}

  • 文艳玉 08-02

      "How many half-crowns?"

  • 西耶娜 08-02

      "I don't know what there was about that face, Mr. Holmes, but itseemed to send a chill right down my back. I was some little wayoff, so that I could not make out the features, but there wassomething unnatural and inhuman about the face. That was theimpression that I had, and I moved quickly forward to get a nearerview of the person who was watching me. But as I did so the facesuddenly disappeared, so suddenly that it seemed to have beenplucked away into the darkness of the room. I stood for five minutesthinking the business over and trying to analyze my impressions. Icould not tell if the face was that of a man or a woman. It had beentoo far from me for that. But its colour was what had impressed memost. It was of a livid chalky white, and with something set and rigidabout it which was shockingly unnatural. So disturbed was I that Idetermined to see a little more of the new inmates of the cottage. Iapproached and knocked at the door, which was instantly opened by atall, gaunt woman with a harsh, forbidding face.

  • 刘睿婧 08-01

       "It is everything," Holmes answered. "You may remember myseemingly irrelevant question as to this clerical gentleman's leftear. You did not answer it."

  • 任奇 07-30

    {  "Our difficulties are not over," he remarked, shaking his head. "Ourpolice work ends, but our legal work begins."

  • 林尤奋 07-30

      Holmes smiled.