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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "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.
2.  His appearance was certainly extraordinary. One could see that hehad indeed been a handsome man with clear-cut features sunburned by anAfrican sun, but mottled in patches over this darker surface werecurious whitish patches which had bleached his skin.
3.  "I can see that you have a strong, natural turn for this sort ofthing. Very good, do you make the masks. We shall have some coldsupper before we start. It is now nine-thirty. At eleven we shalldrive as far as Church Row. It is a quarter of an hour's walk fromthere to Appledore Towers. We shall be at work before midnight.Milverton is a heavy sleeper, and retires punctually at ten-thirty.With any luck we should be back here by two, with the Lady Eva'sletters in my pocket."
4.  "'Quite true.'
5.  Holmes was lost in thought. I could see that he was puzzled."Have you any articles of great value in your collection?""No, sir. I am not a rich man. It is a good collection, but not avery valuable one."
6.  "Oh, he is very well known in his own circle."


1.  "Pangs shot through the chest, causing me to fall as if struck bya bullet. The pulsation would cease, and then the heart would give sixor seven leaps as if it would force its way through the chest."It nearly killed him, although he had only been exposed to it inthe disturbed ocean and not in the narrow calm waters of abathing-pool. He says that he could hardly recognize himselfafterwards, so white, wrinkled and shrivelled was his face. Hegriped down brandy, a whole bottleful, and it seems to have savedhis life. There is the book, Inspector. I leave it with you, and youcannot doubt that it contains a full explanation of the tragedy ofpoor McPherson."
2.  "What smouldering fire of vengeance had suddenly sprung into flamein this passionate Celtic woman's soul when she saw the man who hadwronged, perhaps, far more than we suspected-in her power? Was it achance that the wood had slipped and that the stone had shut Bruntoninto what had become his sepulchre? Had she only been guilty ofsilence as to his fate? Or had some sudden blow from her hand dashedthe support away and sent the slab crashing down into its place? Bethat as it might, I seemed to see that woman's figure stillclutching at her treasure trove and flying wildly up the windingstair, with her ears ringing perhaps with the muffled screams frombehind her and with the drumming of frenzied hands against the slab ofstone which was choking her faithless lover's life out."Here was the secret of her blanched face, her shaken nerves, herpeals of hysterical laughter on the next morning. But what had been inthe box? What had she done with that? Of course, it must have been theold metal and pebbles which my client had dragged from the mere. Shehad thrown them in there at the first opportunity to remove the lasttrace of her crime.
3.  I could tell by numerous subtle signs, which might have been lostupon anyone but myself, that Holmes was on a hot scent. As impassiveas ever to the casual observer, there were none the less a subduedeagerness and suggestion of tension in his brightened eyes and briskermanner which assured me that the game was a foot. After his habit hesaid nothing, and after mine I asked no questions. Sufficient for meto share the sport and lend my humble help to the capture withoutdistracting that intent brain with needless interruption. All wouldcome round to me in due time.
4.  "Well, there are alternative explanations. Anyhow, he wanted toget this good old fossil up to Birmingham. That is very clear. I mighthave told him that he was clearly going on a wild-goose chase, but, onsecond thoughts, it seemed better to clear the stage by letting himgo. To-morrow, Watson- well, to-morrow will speak for itself."Holmes was up and out early. When he returned at lunchtime I noticedthat his face was very grave.
5.  "Well, I am an honest man, though not a very rich one. I only gavefifteen shillings for the bust, and I think you ought to know thatbefore I take ten pounds from you.
6.  "Not guilty, my lord," said I.


1.  Or, filling in the obvious vacancies in the name:
2.  "In some way we struck up quite a friendship, this young fellowand I. He seemed to take a fancy to me from the first, and withintwo days of our meeting he came to see me at Lee. One thing led toanother, and it ended in his inviting me out to spend a few days athis house, Wisteria Lodge, between Esher and Oxshott. Yesterdayevening I went to Esher to fulfil this engagement.
3.  "If you have no answer, it may go badly with you at the trial."The young man winced.
4.  "'Never,' said I.
5.   "I was going to say that my practice could get along very well for aday or two, since it is the slackest time in the year.""Excellent," said he, recovering his good-humour. "Then we'll lookinto this matter together. I think that we should begin by seeingForbes. He can probably tell us all the details we want until weknow from what side the case is to be approached."
6.  "Oh, he's all right. He shall see the worst side of me. I'll lookafter that."


1.  "My name is not unfamiliar to you, Mr. Holmes," said she. "I thoughtthat it would bring you."
2.  "Yes, you may say so."
3.  "'Oh, yes, I really mean it.'
4、  "'And now,' said he, 'I want you to make a list of the furnitureshops, for they all sell crockery.'
5、  "The tea is ready, Dolores," said Ferguson. "See that yourmistress has everything she can wish."




  • 艾德礼 08-08

      "It has been in some points a singular case," said Holmes,flicking the horse on into a gallop. "I confess that I have been asblind as a mole, but it is better to learn wisdom late than never tolearn it at all."

  • 孟超 08-08

      "A very commonplace little murder," said he. "You've got somethingbetter, I fancy. You are the stormy petrel of crime, Watson. What isit?" I handed him the letter, which he read with the most concentratedattention.

  • 伍埃捌 08-08

       "Why so?"

  • 周广勋 08-08

      "Well, I can tell you a little more than that. He has rather areputation for arranging delicate matters which are to be kept outof the papers. You may remember his negotiations with Sir George Lewisover the Hammerford Will case. He is a man of the world with a naturalturn for diplomacy. I am bound, therefore, to hope that it is not afalse scent and that he has some real need for our assistance.""Our?"

  • 孟凡英 08-07

    {  "Which means that it is not of much use," said the inspector. "Nowif it had been in the burglar's-"

  • 杨桥 08-06

      Sherlock Holmes was too irritable for conversation and toorestless for sleep. I left him smoking hard, with his heavy, darkbrows knotted together, and his long, nervous fingers tapping upon thearms of his chair, as he turned over in his mind every possiblesolution of the mystery. Several times in the course of the night Iheard him prowling about the house. Finally, just after I had beencalled in the morning, he rushed into my room. He was in hisdressing-gown, but his pale, hollow-eyed face told me that his nighthad been a sleepless one.}

  • 谈华天 08-06

      "Seven thousand pounds."

  • 姚秉华 08-06

      "Then you are guilty."

  • 姬兆亮 08-05

       Mr. Nathan Garrideb shrugged his shoulders with a disconsolateair. "Well, if you insist I shall go," said he. "It is certainlyhard for me to refuse you anything, considering the glory of hope thatyou have brought into my life."

  • 李平阳 08-03

    {  "Neither do I," said the morose landlord.

  • 张国娟 08-03

      "Look at this," said Baynes. "What do you make of it?"