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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "It is possible that he will go to some other pawnbroker in thefuture. In that case, we must begin again. On the other hand, he hashad a fair price and no questions asked, so if he is in need ofready-money he will probably come back to Bovington's. I will give youa note to them, and they will let you wait in the shop. If thefellow comes you will follow him home. But no indiscretion, and, aboveall, no violence. I put you on your honour that you will take nostep without my knowledge and consent."
3.  Without a word Holmes hurried to a carriage, and during the longseven miles' drive he never opened his mouth. Seldom have I seen himso utterly despondent. He had been uneasy during all our journeyfrom town, and I had observed that he had turned over the morningpapers with anxious attention, but now this sudden realization ofhis worst fears left him in a blank melancholy. He leaned back inhis seat, lost in gloomy speculation. Yet there was much around tointerest us, for we were passing through as singular a countrysideas any in England, where a few scattered cottages represented thepopulation of to-day, while on every hand enormous square-toweredchurches bristled up from the flat green landscape and told of theglory and prosperity of old East Anglia. At last the violet rim of theGerman Ocean appeared over the green edge of the Norfolk coast, andthe driver pointed with his whip to two old brick and timber gableswhich projected from a grove of trees. "That's Riding Thorpe Manor,"said he.
5.  "Grave enough!" said Mr. Jabez Wilson. "Why, I have lost fourpound a week."
6.  "And a Masonic tie-pin?"


1.  The official police don't need you, Mr. Holmes, to tell them thatthe carpet must have been turned round. That's clear enough, for thestains lie above each other- if you lay it over this way. But what Iwant to know is, who shifted the carpet, and why?"
2.  "Knocking Mr. Warren about?"
3.  "'It was the devil, Holmes,' he cried.
4.  "Let us try to reconstruct the situation," said he as we droveswiftly past the Houses of Parliament and over Westminster Bridge."These villains have coaxed this unhappy lady to London, after firstalienating her from her faithful maid. If she has written anyletters they have been intercepted. Through some confederate they haveengaged a furnished house. Once inside it, they have made her aprisoner, and they have become possessed of the valuable jewellerywhich has been their object from the first. Already they have begun tosell part of it, which seems safe enough to them, since they have noreason to think that anyone is interested in the lady's fate. When sheis released she will, of course, denounce them. Therefore, she mustnot be released. But they cannot keep her under lock and keyforever. So murder is their only solution."
5.  "The case has been an interesting one," remarked Holmes when ourvisitors had left us, "because it serves to show very clearly howsimple the explanation may be of an affair which at first sightseems to be almost inexplicable. Nothing could be more natural thanthe sequence of events as narrated by this lady, and nothingstranger than the result when viewed, for instance, by Mr. Lestrade,of Scotland Yard."
6.  "No, no, you would not. You are a gentleman. It is a woman'ssecret."


1.  "Has he come with you to-night?"
2.  .
3.  "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."
4.  "Because she had the money there with which to pay off the brokers.""She has at least an answer for everything. Did you ask herwhether in leaving she met anyone or saw anyone loitering aboutCharles Street?"
5.   "I will tell you, then, what occurred in your house last night. Yourniece, when you had, as she thought, gone to your room, slipped downand talked to her lover through the window which leads into the stablelane. His footmarks had pressed right through the snow, so long had hestood there. She told him of the coronet. His wicked lust for goldkindled at the news, and he bent her to his will. I have no doubt thatshe loved you, but there are women in whom the love of a loverextinguishes all other loves, and I think that she must have been one.She had hardly listened to his instructions when she saw you comingdownstairs, on which she closed the window rapidly and told youabout one of the servants' escapade with her wooden-legged lover,which was all perfectly true.
6.  McFarlane turned to us with a gesture of despair, and sank intohis chair once more like one who is crushed.


1.  "A house on fire?" asked Bradstreet as the train steamed off againon its way.
2.  "Where was it found?"
3.  "'I care nothing for myself.'
4、  "As he spoke we came round the curve of the avenue and saw in thefading light that every blind in the house had been drawn down. Aswe dashed up to the door, my friend's face convulsed with grief, agentleman in black emerged from it.
5、  "Well, I don't know about that, sir."




  • 谢非 08-04

      Holmes rubbed his hands.

  • 瑟斯 08-04


  • 池威 08-04

       "Perhaps not. That is why I thought it best to summon this lady toyour aid."

  • 石天清 08-04

      "No more words. Get out!"

  • 邱琦 08-03

    {  Never have I had such a shock! In an instant, with a tiger-spring,the dying man had intercepted me. I heard the sharp snap of atwisted key. The next moment he had staggered back to his bed,exhausted and panting after his one tremendous outflame of energy."You won't take the key from me by force, Watson, I've got you, myfriend. Here you are, and here you will stay until I will otherwise.But I'll humour you." (All this in little gasps, with terriblestruggles for breath between) "You've only my own good at heart. Ofcourse I know that very well. You shall have your way, but give metime to get my strength. Not now, Watson, not now. It's fouro'clock. At six you can go."

  • 宋晨凌 08-02

      "'On the contrary,' I answered, 'I think it is fairly evident that Ido. Pray take a chair. I can spare you five minutes if you haveanything to say.'}

  • 代金光 08-02

      "The police have the letters," he explained. "I could not bringthem. But there is no doubt that it was a serious love affair. I seeno reason, however, to connect it with that horrible happening save,indeed, that the lady had made an appointment with him.""But hardly at a bathing-pool which all of you were in the habitof using," I remarked.

  • 董荣 08-02

      "Stand back! Stand right back!" said he with the sharp imperiousnesswhich I had associated only with moments of crisis. "If you approachme, Watson, I shall order you out of the house."

  • 熊梓言 08-01

       The day was just breaking when I woke to find the long, thin form ofHolmes by my bedside. He was fully dressed, and had apparently alreadybeen out.

  • 刘亚都 07-30

    {  "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."

  • 刘耿剑 07-30

      "Then I'll tell our story right away," said the lady. "Frank hereand I met in '84, in McQuire's camp, near the Rockies, where pa wasworking a claim. We were engaged to each other, Frank and I; butthen one day father struck a rich pocket and made a pile, while poorFrank here had a claim that petered out and came to nothing. Thericher pa grew the poorer was Frank; so at last pa wouldn't hear ofour engagement lasting any longer, and he took me away to 'Frisco.Frank wouldn't throw up his hand, though; so he followed me there, andhe saw me without pa knowing anything about it. It would only havemade him mad to know, so we just fixed it all up for ourselves.Frank said that he would go and make his pile, too, and never comeback to claim me until he had as much as pa. So then I promised towait for him to the end of time and pledged myself not to marry anyoneelse while he lived. 'Why shouldn't we be married right away, then,'said he, 'and then I will feel sure of you; and I won't claim to beyour husband until I come back?' Well, we talked it over, and he hadfixed it all up so nicely, with a clergyman all ready in waiting, thatwe just did it right there; and then Frank went off to seek hisfortune, and I went back to pa.