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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "Dear me, Holmes!" I cried, "that seemed to me to be the mostdamning incident of all."
2.  "Last week he hurled the local blacksmith over a parapet into astream, and it was only by paying over all the money which I couldgather together that I was able to avert another public exposure. Hehad no friends at all save the wandering gypsies, and he would givethese vagabonds leave to encamp upon the few acres of
3.  "Tut, tut!" Holmes answered. "You are perfectly right. Let itplay! These modern gramophones are a remarkable invention."There was an inrush of police, the handcuffs clicked and thecriminals were led to the waiting cab. Watson lingered with Holmes,congratulating him upon this fresh leaf added to his laurels. Oncemore their conversation was interrupted by the imperturbable Billywith his card-tray.
4.  "Thank you. I will trouble you once again."
5.  "Well, you're out there, sir, as it happens, for he ate a remarkablebig breakfast this morning. I don't know when I've known him make abetter one, and he's ordered a good dish of cutlets for his lunch. I'msurprised myself, for since I came into that room yesterday and sawyoung Mr. Smith lying there on the floor, I couldn't bear to look atfood. Well, it takes all sorts to make a world, and the professorhasn't let it take his appetite away."
6.  "Well call a cab and go together. We shall just be in time to have alittle breakfast with him. Do you feel equal to it?"


1.  "No, sir."
2.  "Well, I must confess that it beats me. It was a cool hand,whoever it was, to go and give the alarm like that."
3.  The address was "The Three Gables, Harrow Weald."
4.  . M . ERE .. E SL . NE.
5.  "Well, I'm afraid I can't help you, Lestrade," said Holmes. "Thefact is that I knew this fellow Milverton, that I considered him oneof the most dangerous men in London, and that I think there arecertain crimes which the law cannot touch, and which therefore, tosome extent, justify private revenge. No, it's no use arguing. Ihave made up my mind. My sympathies are with the criminals rather thanwith the victim, and I will not handle this case."
6.  Sherlock Holmes rose with a smile.


1.  "Yes."
2.  "I knew that they were watched."
3.  With this permission I stole into the darkened room. The suffererwas wide awake, and I heard my name in a hoarse whisper. The blind wasthree-quarters down, but one ray of sunlight slanted through andstruck the bandaged head of the injured man. A crimson patch hadsoaked through the white linen compress. I sat beside him and bentmy head.
4.  "Well, they ought to be, but they've had a lawsuit for some yearswhich has sucked the blood out of both of them, I fancy. Old Acton hassome claim on half Cunningham's estate, and the lawyers have been atit with both hands."
5.   "'It was only a little thing, too. I had come into the parlourunexpected, and as I walked in at the door I saw a light of welcome onmy wife's face. But as she saw who it was it faded again, and sheturned away with a look of disappointment. That was enough for me.There was no one but Alec Fairbairn whose step she could have mistakenfor mine. If I could have seen him then I should have killed him,for I have always been like a madman when my temper gets loose. Marysaw the devil's light in my eyes, and she ran forward with her handson my sleeve. "Don't Jim, don't!" says she. "Where's Sarah?" Iasked. "In the kitchen," says she. "Sarah," says I as I went in, "thisman Fairbairn is never to darken my door again." "Why not?" saysshe. "Because I order it." "Oh!" says she, "if my friends are not goodenough for this house, then I am not good enough for it either.""You can do what you like," says I, "but if Fairbairn shows his facehere again I'll send you one of his ears for a keepsake." She wasfrightened by my face, I think, for she never answered a word, and thesame evening she left my house.
6.  "You have implicit faith in Holmes?" he asked.


1.  "This instant."
2.  "The dress which I found waiting for me was of a peculiar shade ofblue. It was of excellent material, a sort of beige but it boreunmistakable signs of having been worn before. It could not havebeen a better fit if I had been measured for it. Both Mr. and Mrs.Rucastle expressed a delight at the look of it, which seemed quiteexaggerated in its vehemence. They were waiting for me in thedrawing-room, which is a very large room, stretching along theentire front of the house, with three long windows reaching down tothe floor. A chair had been placed close to the central window, withits back turned towards it. In this I was asked to sit, and then Mr.Rucastle, walking up and down on the other side of the room, beganto tell me a series of the funniest stories that I have everlistened to. You cannot imagine how comical he was, and I laugheduntil I was quite weary. Mrs. Rucastle, however, who has evidentlyno sense of humour, never so much as smiled, but sat with her hands inher lap, and a sad, anxious look upon her face. After an hour or so,Mr. Rucastle suddenly remarked that it was time to commence the dutiesof the day, and that I might change my dress and go to little Edwardin the nursery.
3.  -THE END-
4、  "And the practice?"
5、  "There was no reflection upon you, Mr. Garrideb. It was simplyzeal upon his part to gain your end- an end which is, I understand,equally vital for both of you. He knew that I had means of gettinginformation, and, therefore, it was very natural that he shouldapply to me."




  • 郑浩涛 08-12

      "You were travelling in the States?"

  • 贝内塔 08-12

      "Forget what?"

  • 张晓霞 08-12

       "She will have to come with me and see the chief," Gregson answered."If what she says is corroborated, I do not think she or her husbandhas much to fear. But what I can't make head or tail of, Mr. Holmes,is how on earth you got yourself mixed up in the matter.""Education, Gregson, education. Still seeking knowledge at the olduniversity. Well, Watson, you have one more specimen of the tragic andgrotesque to add to your collection. By the way, it is not eighto'clock, and a Wagner night at Covent Garden! If we burry, we might bein time for the second act."

  • 郭莹莹 08-12

      The old reprobate with the surplice burst into a volley of badlanguage.

  • 于国光 08-11

    {  Again I advanced, but he repulsed me with a look of furious anger."If you will stand there I will talk. If you do not you must leavethe room."

  • 魏莱 08-10

      A moment later he was in the room. Mr. John Garrideb, Counsellorat Law, was a short, powerful man with the round, fresh,clean-shaven face characteristic of so many American men of affairs.The general effect was chubby and rather childlike, so that onereceived the impression of quite a young man with a broad set smileupon his face. His eyes, however, were arresting. Seldom in anyhuman head have I seen a pair which bespoke a more intense inwardlife, so bright were they, so alert, so responsive to every changeof thought. His accent was American, but was not accompanied by anyeccentricity of speech.}

  • 黄峰平 08-10

      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."

  • 张之洞 08-10

      "Because I recognized their sentinel when I glanced out of mywindow. He is a harmless enough fellow, Parker by name, a garroterby trade, and a remarkable performer upon the jew's-harp. I carednothing for him. But I cared a great deal for the much more formidableperson who was behind him, the bosom friend of Moriarty, the man whodropped the rocks over the cliff, the most cunning and dangerouscriminal in London. That is the man who is after me to-night Watson,and that is the man who is quite unaware that we are after him."My friend's plans were gradually revealing themselves. From thisconvenient retreat, the watchers were being watched and the trackerstracked. That angular shadow up yonder was the bait, and we were thehunters. In silence we stood together in the darkness and watchedthe hurrying figures who passed and repassed in front of us. Holmeswas silent and motionless; but I could tell that he was keenlyalert, and that his eyes were fixed intently upon the stream ofpassers-by. It was a bleak and boisterous night and the windwhistled shrilly down the long street. Many people were moving toand fro, most of them muffled in their coats and cravats. Once ortwice it seemed to me that I had seen the same figure before, and Iespecially noticed two men who appeared to be sheltering themselvesfrom the wind in the doorway of a house some distance up the street. Itried to draw my companion's attention to them; but he gave a littleejaculation of impatience, and continued to stare into the street.More than once he fidgeted with his feet and tapped rapidly with hisfingers upon the wall. It was evident to me that he was becominguneasy, and that his plans were not working out altogether as he hadhoped. At last, as midnight approached and the street graduallycleared, he paced up and down the room in uncontrollable agitation.I was about to make some remark to him, when I raised my eyes to thelighted window, and again experienced almost as great a surprise asbefore. I clutched Holmes's arm, and pointed upward.

  • 邝亦平 08-09

       "'On the contrary,' said I, 'I opened the door myself because I feltthe room to be a little close.'

  • 李佳飞 08-07

    {  "You mean that the person will come again?"

  • 刘海龙 08-07

      We both sat in silence for some little time after listening tothis extraordinary narrative. Then Sherlock Holmes pulled down fromthe shelf one of the ponderous commonplace books in which he placedhis cuttings.