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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  It was a tremendously virile and yet sinister face which wasturned towards us. With the brow of a philosopher above and the jaw ofa sensualist below, the man must have started with great capacitiesfor good or for evil. But one could not look upon his cruel blue eyes,with their drooping, cynical lids, or upon the fierce, aggressive noseand the threatening, deep-lined brow, without reading Nature'splainest danger-signals. He took no heed of any of us, but his eyeswere fixed upon Holmes's face with an expression in which hatred andamazement were equally blended. "You fiend!" he kept on muttering."You clever, clever fiend!"
2.  "'Well, that's true enough,' said he. 'You know, Victor,' turning tohis son, 'when we broke up that poaching gang they swore to knifeus, and Sir Edward Holly has actually been attacked. I've alwaysbeen on my guard since then, though I have no idea how you know it.'"'You have a very handsome stick,' I answered. 'By the inscription Iobserved that you had not had it more than a year. But you havetaken some pains to bore the head of it and pour melted lead intothe hole so as to make it a formidable weapon. I argued that you wouldnot take such precautions unless you had some danger to fear.'"'Anything else?' he asked, smiling.
3.  "The coat of arms was on the envelope, and it was addressed in theDuke's peculiar stiff hand. Besides, the Duke remembers havingwritten."
4.  "Neither, sir. It was William the coachman. Shot through theheart, sir, and never spoke again."
5.  "Yet she kept your reply very carefully?"
6.  "Well, his position is unique. He has made it for himself. There hasnever been anything like it before, nor will be again. He has thetidiest and most orderly brain, with the greatest capacity for storingfacts, of any man living. The same great powers which I have turned tothe detection of crime he has used for this particular business. Theconclusions of every department are passed to him, and he is thecentral exchange, the clearing-house, which makes out the balance. Allother men are specialists, but his specialism is omniscience. Wewill suppose that a minister needs information as to a point whichinvolves the Navy, India, Canada and the bimetallic question; he couldget his separate advices from various departments upon each, butonly Mycroft can focus them all, and say offhand how each factor wouldaffect the other. They began by using him as a short-cut, aconvenience; now he has made himself an essential. In that great brainof his everything is pigeon-holed and can be handed out in an instant.Again and again his word has decided the national policy. He livesin it. He thinks of nothing else save when, as an intellectualexercise, he unbends if I call upon him and ask him to advise me onone of my little problems. But Jupiter is descending to-day. What onearth can it mean? Who is Cadogan West, and what is he to Mycroft?""I have it," I cried, and plunged among the litter of papers uponthe sofa. "Yes, yes, here he is, sure enough! Cadogan West was theyoung man who was found dead on the Underground on Tuesday morning."Holmes sat up at attention, his pipe halfway to his lips."This must be serious, Watson. A death which has caused my brotherto alter his habits can be no ordinary one. What in the world can hehave to do with it? The case was featureless as I remember it. Theyoung man had apparently fallen out of the train and killed himself.He had not been robbed, and there was no particular reason tosuspect violence. Is that not so?"


1.  "'And New Zealand consolidated?'
2.  "It is nearly half a mile, but there is no hurry. Let us walk," saidhe. "Don't drop the instruments, I beg. Your arrest as a suspiciouscharacter would be a most unfortunate complication."
3.  "I thought they had better hear your ladyship's story first.""I shall be glad when you can arrange matters. It is horrible tome to think of him still lying there." She shuddered and buried herface in her hands. As she did so, the loose gown fell back from herforearms. Holmes uttered an exclamation.
4.  Here is the candle in the window, Mr. Holmes," said Gregson. "Why,whatever are you doing?"
5.  We had reached our house in Baker Street while we had beentalking. Holmes ascended the stair first, and as he opened the door ofour room he gave a start of surprise. Looking over his shoulder, I wasequally astonished. His brother Mycroft was sitting smoking in thearmchair.
6.  Inspector Martin and I had listened with the utmost interest tothe full and clear account of how my friend had produced results whichhad led to so complete a command over our difficulties."What did you do then, sir?" asked the inspector.


1.  It was evident that Miss Cushing had come upon a subject on whichshe felt very deeply. Like most people who lead a lonely life, she wasshy at first, but ended by becoming extremely communicative. Shetold us many details about her brother-in-law the steward, and thenwandering off on the subject of her former lodgers, the medicalstudents, she gave us a long account of their delinquencies, withtheir names and those of their hospitals. Holmes listenedattentively to everything, throwing in a question from time to time."About your second sister, Sarah," said he. "I wonder, since you areboth maiden ladies, that you do not keep house together.""Ah! you don't know Sarah's temper or you would wonder no more. Itried it when I came to Croydon, and we kept on until about two monthsago, when we had to part. I don't want to say a word against my ownsister, but she was always meddlesome and hard to please, was Sarah.""You say that she quarrelled with your Liverpool relations.""Yes, and they were the best of friends at one time. Why, she wentup there to live in order to be near them. And now she has no wordhard enough for Jim Browner. The last six months that she was here shewould speak of nothing but his drinking and his ways. He had caughther meddling, I suspect, and given her a bit of his mind, and that wasthe start of it."
2.  "Good Lord! Good Lord! What shall I do?" cried the stranger, in anecstasy of despair. "They've got her, that hell-hound Woodley andthe blackguard parson. Come, man, come, if you really are herfriend. Stand by me and we'll save her, if I have to leave mycarcass in Charlington Wood."
3.  "I probably shall. But not just yet. Would you glance carefullyout of the window, Watson, and see if anyone is banging about in thestreet?"
4.  "My dear young lady," cried Holmes earnestly, "I beg you to haveno illusions upon the point. Mr. Cummings here would assure you thatall the cards are at present against us, and that we must doeverything that is possible if we are to win clear. It would be acruel deception to pretend that you are not in very great danger. Giveme all the help you can, then, to get at the truth."
5.   Mr. Trelawney Hope dropped his head on his chest and groanedaloud. The Premier placed his hand kindly upon his shoulder."It is your misfortune, my dear fellow. No one can blame you.There is no precaution which you have neglected. Now, Mr. Holmes,you are in full possession of the facts. What course do yourecommend?"
6.  "From the point of view of the criminal" said Mr. Sherlock Holmes,"London has become a singularly uninteresting city since the deathof the late lamented Professor Moriarty."


1.  "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."
2.  "But he might be a bachelor."
3.  "Who are you, and how do you get my name so pat?" the countrymananswered, with a suspicious flash of a pair of cunning eyes."Well, it's printed on the board above your head. It's easy to see aman who is master of his own house. I suppose you haven't such a thingas a carriage in your stables?"
4、  "And the papers were on your table?"
5、  "Don't you see any bearing upon the case? Well, well. I don't insistupon it. No doubt I am wrong. And yet it seems to me to be suggestive.Come with me and introduce me."




  • 武清 08-09

      "Of course you must have been surprised, but the explanation is verysimple. Mr. Harding, of Harding Brothers, said that they had soldyou their last copy, and he gave me your address."

  • 周珍花 08-09

      "Quite so. But, in the second place, why did you not come at once?""What do you mean?"

  • 商杭 08-09

       "Now do you understand? Your wife feared such all attack. She saw itmade and saved the child's life, and yet she shrank from telling youall the truth, for she knew how you loved the boy and feared lest itbreak your heart."

  • 拉詹巴加特 08-09

      "Presuming that it is an appointment," continued the inspector,"it is of course a conceivable theory that this William Kirwan, thoughhe had the reputation of being an honest man, may have been inleague with the thief. He may have met him there, may even have helpedhim to break in the door, and then they may have fallen out betweenthemselves."

  • 林益彬 08-08

    {  "One moment, Gregson," said Holmes. "I rather fancy that this ladymay be as anxious to give us information as we can be to get it. Youunderstand, madam, that your husband will be arrested and tried forthe death of the man who lies before us? What you say may be used inevidence. But if you think that he has acted from motives which arenot criminal, and which he would wish to have known, then you cannotserve him better than by telling us the whole story."

  • 朱沛炎 08-07

      "'So I know. Let me make the thing clear to you, for my own handis so strong that I can afford to show it. I have been fortunateenough to win the entire affection of this lady. This was given tome in spite of the fact that I told her very clearly of all theunhappy incidents in my past life. I also told her that certain wickedand designing persons- I hope you recognize yourself- would come toher and tell her these things, and I warned her how to treat them. Youhave heard of post-hypnotic suggestion, Mr. Holmes? Well, you will seehow it works, for a man of personality can use hypnotism without anyvulgar passes or tomfoolery. So she is ready for you and, I have nodoubt, would give you an appointment, for she is quite amenable to herfather's will- save only in the one little matter.'}

  • 毛吾列 08-07

      (See illustration.)

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  • 王宏 08-06

       The Gold King had reentered the room in a more chastened mood thanhe had left it. His wounded pride still showed in his resentfuleyes, but his common sense had shown him that he must yield if hewould attain his end.

  • 龚锐云 08-04

    {  "It was his particular direction that we should always, when herang, leave his meal upon a chair, outside his door. Then he ringsagain when he has finished, and we take it down from the same chair.If he wants anything else he prints it on a slip of paper and leavesit."

  • 韩伟 08-04

      "The knees of his trousers."