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日期:2020-08-05 13:02:53

1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I'll go now. Anything more?"
2.  "You're precious near your end, my friend, but I don't want you togo till I have had a word with you. That's why I give you water.There, don't slop it about! That's right. Can you understand what Isay?"
3.  Holmes and I rushed out and round the angle of the house, withToller hurrying behind us. There was the huge famished brute, itsblack muzzle buried in Rucastle's throat, while he writhed andscreamed upon the ground. Running up, I blew its brains out, and itfell over with its keen white teeth still meeting in the great creasesof his neck. With much labour we separated them and carried him,living but horribly mangled, into the house. We laid him upon thedrawing-room sofa, and having dispatched the sobered Toller to bearthe news to his wife, I did what I could to relieve his pain. Wewere all assembled round him when the door opened and a tall, gauntwoman entered the room.
4.  "You can't bluff me, Count Sylvius." Holmes's eyes, as he gazed athim, contracted and lightened until they were like two menacing pointsof steel. "You are absolute plate-glass. I see to the very back ofyour mind."
5.  Half an hour later we were seated, all four, in the smallsitting-room of Signora Lucca, listening to her remarkable narrativeof those sinister events, the ending of which we had chanced towitness. She spoke in rapid and fluent but very unconventionalEnglish, which, for the sake of clearness, I will make grammatical."I was born in Posilippo, near Naples," said she, "and was thedaughter of Augusto Barelli, who was the chief lawyer and once thedeputy of that part. Gennaro was in my father's employment, and I cameto love him, as any woman must. He had neither money nor position-nothing but his beauty and strength and energy- so my father forbadethe match. We fled together, were married at Bari, and sold myjewels to gain the money which would take us to America. This was fouryears ago, and we have been in New York ever since.
6.  "To give me a true account of all that happened at the AbbeyGrange last night- a true account, mind you, with nothing added andnothing taken off. I know so much already that if you go one inchoff the straight, I'll blow this police whistle from my window and theaffair goes out of my hands forever."


1.  "I'll go now. Anything more?"
2.  "There are none."
3.  "Yes. Her bed this morning had not been slept in, her room wasempty, and a note for me lay upon the hall table. I had said to herlast night, in sorrow and not in anger, that if she had married my boyall might have been well with him. Perhaps it was thoughtless of me tosay so. It is to that remark that she refers in this note:'MY DEAREST UNCLE:
4.  "Excellent!" said Hopkins.
5.  "You look a little bewildered," said he.
6.  "I had every reason to suppose that this Abe Slaney was an American,since Abe is an American contraction, and since a letter fromAmerica had been the starting-point of all the trouble. I had alsoevery cause to think that there was some criminal secret in thematter. The lady's allusions to her past, and her refusal to takeher husband into her confidence, both pointed in that direction. Itherefore cabled to my friend, Wilson Hargreave, of the New YorkPolice Bureau, who has more than once made use of my knowledge ofLondon crime. I asked him whether the name of Abe Slaney was knownto him. Here is his reply: `The most dangerous crook in Chicago.' Onthe very evening upon which I had his answer, Hilton Cubitt sent methe last message from Slaney. Working with known letters, it took thisform:


1.  My experience of camp life in Afghanistan had at least had theeffect of making me a prompt and ready traveller. My wants were fewand simple, so that in less than the time stated I was in a cab withmy valise, rattling away to Paddington Station. Sherlock Holmes waspacing up and down the platform, his tall, gaunt figure made evengaunter and taller by his long gray travelling-cloak and close fittingcloth cap.
2.  "Ah, yes, of course. There is a door here which he might haveattempted. What is it for?"
3.  "Precisely. It is a woman's."
4.  "When I approached your room, I examined the window. You amused meby supposing that I was contemplating the possibility of someonehaving in broad daylight, under the eyes of all these oppositerooms, forced himself through it. Such an idea was absurd. I wasmeasuring how tall a man would need to be in order to see, as hepassed, what papers were on the central table. I am six feet high, andI could do it with an effort. No one less than that would have achance. Already you see I had reason to think that, if one of yourthree students was a man of unusual height, he was the most worthwatching of the three.
5.   "He could have got several thousands for them very easily.""Can you suggest any possible motive for taking the papers to Londonexcept to sell them?"
6.  "I can assure you," said Holmes, "that every essential is alreadyknown. We know that you were pressed for money; that you took animpress of the keys which your brother held; and that you entered intoa correspondence with Oberstein, who answered your letters through theadvertisement columns of the Daily Telegraph. We are aware that youwent down to the office in the fog on Monday night, but that youwere seen and followed by young Cadogan West, who had probably someprevious reason to suspect you. He saw your theft, but could notgive the alarm, as it was just possible that you were taking thepapers to your brother in London. Leaving all his private concerns,like the good citizen that he was, he followed you closely in thefog and kept at your heels until you reached this very house. There heintervened, and then it was, Colonel Walter, that to treason you addedthe more terrible crime of murder."


1.  "Yes, I bicycle a good deal, Mr. Holmes, and that has something todo with my visit to you to-day."
2.  Holmes had picked up the pages which formed the rough draft of thewill, and was looking at them with the keenest interest upon his face."There are some points about that document, Lestrade, are therenot?" said he, pushing them over.
3.  Holmes chuckled heartily. "Your conversation is most
4、  "'No,' said I. 'It is your ears. They have the peculiar flatteningand thickening which marks the boxing man.'
5、  "Very good. I will go alone. I have a note of Mr. Holmes'saddress. You can rely upon my being there within half an hour atmost."




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      "You have furnished me with seven, but of course I must test thembefore I can pronounce upon their value."

  • 刘府 08-04

      "Something has been killed and something has been burned. We rakedall these out of the fire. We had a doctor in this morning. He saysthat they are not human."

  • 金树东 08-04

       "Quite so. There you are. And underneath?"

  • 高兴春 08-04

      Gilchrist pointed to Bannister.

  • 巴赫 08-03

    {  "Under solemn promises-"

  • 李毓芬 08-02

      "You can imagine from what I say that my poor sister Julia and I hadno great pleasure in our lives. No servant would stay with us, and fora long time we did all the work of the house. She was but thirty atthe time of her death, and yet her hair had already begun to whiten,even as mine has."}

  • 王东 08-02

      "It was very nice and complimentary of you," Holmes answered. "It isentirely a question of barometric pressure."

  • 荷莉威洛比 08-02

      "It is singular that on this particular night he should have beenup. Now, I should be very glad if you would have the kindness toshow us over the house, Mr. Cunningham."

  • 胡景晖 08-01

       "You have done wisely," said my friend. "But have you told me all?""Yes, all."

  • 周敏芳 07-30

    {  "This side, sir. This narrow margin of grass between the path andthe flowerbed. I can't see the traces now, but they were clear to methen."

  • 李子颖 07-30

      "It's nothing, Holmes. It's a mere scratch."