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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Did you ever know him ill?"
2.  "It does not tell us very much, does it?" he remarked as he handedit back to me.
3.  "No, never.
4.  "Is this not rather premature?"
5.  "We have had some fresh evidence this morning," said Lestrade. "Apassenger who passed Aldgate in an ordinary Metropolitan train about11:40 on Monday night declares that he heard a heavy thud, as of abody striking the line, just before the train reached the station.There was dense fog, however, and nothing could be seen. He made noreport of it at the time. Why, whatever is the matter with Mr.Holmes?"
6.  "He will live," said I.


1.  "Ask what you like, Mr. Holmes," said he eagerly. "It is a bad thingto speak of, but I will answer you the truth."
2.  "Yes, sir."
3.  "Sir Eustace retired about half-past ten. The servants had alreadygone to their quarters. Only my maid was up, and she had remained inher room at the top of the house until I needed her services. I satuntil after eleven in this room, absorbed in a book. Then I walkedround to see that all was right before I went upstairs. It was mycustom to do this myself, for, as I have explained, Sir Eustace wasnot always to be trusted. I went into the kitchen, the butler'spantry, the gun-room, the billiard-room, the drawing-room, and finallythe dining-room. As I approached the window, which is covered withthick curtains, I suddenly felt the wind blow upon my face andrealized that it was open. I flung the curtain aside and foundmyself face to face with a broad-shouldered elderly man, who hadjust stepped into the room. The window is a long French one, whichreally forms a door leading to the lawn. I held my bedroom candlelit in my hand, and, by its light, behind the first man I saw twoothers, who were in the act of entering. I stepped back, but thefellow was on me in an instant. He caught me first by the wrist andthen by the throat. I opened my mouth to scream, but he struck me asavage blow with his fist over the eye, and felled me to the ground. Imust have been unconscious for a few minutes, for when I came tomyself, I found that they had torn down the bell-rope, and had securedme tightly to the oaken chair which stands at the head of thedining-table. I was so firmly bound that I could not move, and ahandkerchief round my mouth prevented me from uttering a sound. It wasat this instant that my unfortunate husband entered the room. He hadevidently heard some suspicious sounds, and he came prepared forsuch a scene as he found. He was dressed in nightshirt and trousers,with his favourite blackthorn cudgel in his hand. He rushed at theburglars, but another- it was an elderly man- stooped, picked thepoker out of the grate and struck him a horrible blow as he passed. Hefell with a groan and never moved again. I fainted once more, butagain it could only have been for a very few minutes during which Iwas insensible. When I opened my eyes I found that they hadcollected the silver from the sideboard, and they had drawn a bottleof wine which stood there. Each of them had a glass in his hand. Ihave already told you, have I not, that one was elderly, with a beard,and the others young, hairless lads. They might have been a fatherwith his two sons. They talked together in whispers. Then they cameover and made sure that I was securely bound. Finally they withdrew,closing the window after them. It was quite a quarter of an hourbefore I got my mouth free. When I did so, my screams brought the maidto my assistance. The other servants were soon alarmed, and we sentfor the local police, who instantly communicated with London. Thatis really all that I can tell you, gentlemen, and I trust that it willnot be necessary for me to go over so painful a story again.""Any questions, Mr. Holmes?" asked Hopkins.
4.  "Have they thought of looking outside the house?"
5.  That may prove quite enough," said Holmes grimly. "Now, Mr. Bennett,we shall, I think, come to some conclusion to-night. If mydeductions are correct we should have an opportunity of bringingmatters to a head. In order to do so it is necessary to hold theprofessor under observation. I would suggest, therefore, that youremain awake and on the lookout. Should you hear him pass your door,do not interrupt him, but follow him as discreetly as you can. Dr.Watson and I will not be far off. By the way, where is the key of thatlittle box of which you spoke?"
6.  "We had driven up in a dog-cart, and my client led me away atonce, without our entering the house, to the scar on the lawn wherethe elm had stood. It was nearly midway between the oak and the house.My investigation seemed to be progressing.


1.  "I am a dog-fancier myself," said Holmes. "Now, if it is a fairquestion, what would a prize dog like that cost?"
2.  A shower of rain fell while we were in the train, and the heat wasfar less oppressive in Croydon than in town. Holmes had sent on awire, so that Lestrade, as wiry, as dapper, and as ferret-like asever, was waiting for us at the station. A walk of five minutes tookus to Cross Street, where Miss Cushing resided.
3.  "Only that it is a remarkable cow which walks, canters, and gallops.By George! Watson, it was no brain of a country publican thatthought out such a blind as that. The coast seems to be clear, savefor that lad in the smithy. Let us slip out and see what we can see."There were two rough-haired, unkempt horses in the tumble-downstable. Holmes raised the hind leg of one of them and laughed aloud."Old shoes, but newly shod-old shoes, but new nails. This casedeserves to be a classic. Let us go across to the smithy."The lad continued his work without regarding us. I saw Holmes'seye darting to right and left among the litter of iron and woodwhich was scattered about the floor. Suddenly, however, we heard astep behind us, and there was the landlord, his heavy eyebrows drawnover his savage eyes, his swarthy features convulsed with passion.He held a short, metal-headed stick in his hand, and he advanced in somenacing a fashion that I was right glad to feel the revolver in mypocket.
4.  I turned in uncontrollable astonishment. The aged ecclesiastic hadturned his face towards me. For an instant the wrinkles weresmoothed away, the nose drew away from the chin, the lower lipceased to protrude and the mouth to mumble, the dull eyes regainedtheir fire, the drooping figure expanded. The next the whole framecollapsed again, and Holmes had gone as quickly as he had come."Good heavens!" I cried, "how you startled me!"
5.   "How about the fireplace?"
6.  by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle


1.  "The actual possession of the stone."
2.  "His Grace is by no means convinced that the police have failed.""But surely, Mr. Wilder-"
3.  I don't think that any of my adventures with Mr. Sherlock Holmesopened quite so abruptly, or so dramatically, as that which Iassociate with The Three Gables. I had not seen Holmes for some daysand had no idea of the new channel into which his activities hadbeen directed. He was in a chatty mood that morning, however, andhad just settled me into the well-worn low armchair on one side of thefire, while he had curled down with his pipe in his mouth upon theopposite chair, when our visitor arrived. If I had said that a madbull had arrived it would give a clearer impression of what occurred.The door had flown open and a huge negro had burst into the room. Hewould have been a comic figure if he had not been terrific, for he wasdressed in a very loud gray check suit with a flowing
4、  "He is below and would wish to see you."
5、  disadvantages, to my brother, your father, whence it will, nodoubt, descend to you. If you can enjoy it in peace, well andgood! If you find you cannot, take my advice, my boy, and leaveit to your deadliest enemy. I am sorry to give you such atwo-edged thing, but I can't say what turn things are going totake. Kindly sign the paper where Mr. Fordham shows you.'"I signed the paper as directed, and the lawyer took it awaywith him. The singular incident made, as you may think, thedeepest impression upon me, and I pondered over it and turned itevery way in my mind without being able to make anything of it.Yet I could not shake off the vague feeling of dread which it leftbehind, though the sensation grew less keen as the weeks passed,and nothing happened to disturb the usual routine of our lives. Icould see a change in my uncle, however. He drank more than ever,and he was less inclined for any sort of society. Most of histime he would spend in his room, with the door locked upon theinside, but sometimes he would emerge in a sort of drunken frenzyand would burst out of the house and tear about the garden with arevolver in his hand, screaming out that he was afraid of no man,and that he was not to be cooped up, like a sheep in a pen, by manor devil. When these hot fits were over, however, he would rushtumultuously in at the door and lock and bar it behind him, like aman who can brazen it out no longer against the terror which liesat the roots of his soul. At such times I have seen his face,even on a cold day, glisten with moisture, as though it were newraised from a basin.




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  • 赵扬 08-03

      "He clapped his hand into his pocket, and I raised the pistol fromthe table. But he merely drew out a memorandum-book in which he hadscribbled some dates.

  • 费古伦斯 08-03

       "'It is not worth your while to wait,' she went on. 'You can passthrough the door; no one hinders.' And then, seeing that I smiledand shook my head, she suddenly threw aside her constraint and madea step forward, with her hands wrang together. 'For the love ofHeaven!' she whispered, 'get away from here before it is too late!'"But I am somewhat headstrong by nature, and the more ready toengage in an affair when there is some obstacle in the way. Ithought of my fifty-guinea fee, of my wearisome journey, and of theunpleasant night which seemed to be before me. Was it all to go fornothing? Why should I slink away without having carried out mycommission, and without the payment which was my due? This womanmight, for all I knew, be a monomaniac. With a stout bearing,therefore, though her manner had shaken me more than I cared toconfess, I still shook my head and declared my intention ofremaining where I was. She was about to renew her entreaties when adoor slammed overhead, and the sound of several footsteps was heardupon the stairs. She listened for an instant, threw up her handswith a despairing gesture, and vanished as suddenly and as noiselesslyas she had come.

  • 吕玮 08-03

      "It's a very delicate thing," said he. "One does not like to speakof one's domestic affairs to strangers. It seems dreadful to discussthe conduct of one's wife with two men whom I have never seenbefore. It's horrible to have to do it. But I've got to the end ofmy tether, and I must have advice."

  • 白航 08-02

    {  "They have, however, allowed me a policeman, who may remain inthe house with me."

  • 张长生 08-01

      Sherlock Holmes laughed heartily. "We will come to that in itsturn," said he. "I will lay an account of the case before you in itsdue order, showing you the various points which guided me in mydecision. Pray interrupt me if there is any inference which is notperfectly clear to you.}

  • 夏普顿 08-01

      "Is he delirious?"

  • 王某机 08-01

      "No, for it was followed by a protestation of innocence.""Coming on the top of such a damning series of events, it was atleast a most suspicious remark."

  • 佩内塔 07-31

       "Exactly. The idea crossed my mind. But we found the knife some feetaway from the body, so that seems impossible. Then, of course, thereare the man's own dying words. And, finally, there was this veryimportant piece of evidence which was found clasped in the deadman's right hand."

  • 周霁 07-29

    {  "There is surely some mistake here, gentlemen," he said in anunctuous, make-everything-easy voice. "I fancy that you have beenmisdirected. Possibly if you tried farther down the street-""That will do; we have no time to waste," said my companionfirmly. "You are Henry Peters, of Adelaide, late the Rev. Dr.Shlessinger, of Baden and South America. I am as sure of that asthat my own name is Sherlock Holmes."

  • 吕凤岐 07-29