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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "I think that I can help you to pass an hour in an interesting andprofitable manner," said Holmes, drawing his chair up to the table,and spreading out in front of him the various papers upon which wererecorded the antics of the dancing men. "As to you, friend Watson, Iowe you every atonement for having allowed your natural curiosity toremain so long unsatisfied. To you, Inspector, the whole incidentmay appeal as a remarkable professional study. I must tell you,first of all, the interesting circumstances connected with theprevious consultations which Mr. Hilton Cubitt has had with me inBaker Street." He then shortly recapitulated the facts which havealready been recorded. "I have here in front of me these singularproductions, at which one might smile, had they not provedthemselves to be the forerunners of so terrible a tragedy. I am fairlyfamiliar with all forms of secret writings, and am myself the authorof a trifling monograph upon the subject, in which I analyze onehundred and sixty separate ciphers, but I confess that this isentirely new to me. The object of those who invented the system hasapparently been to conceal that these characters convey a message, andto give the idea that they are the mere random sketches of children."Having once recognized, however, that the symbols stood forletters, and having applied the rules which guide us in all forms ofsecret writings, the solution was easy enough. The first messagesubmitted to me was so short that it was impossible for me to domore than to say, with some confidence, that the symbol [of the stickmanwith both arms extended up in the air]
2.  "Then we must take that as our working hypothesis. Young West tookthe papers. Now this could only be done by having a false key-""Several false keys. He had to open the building and the room.""He had, then, several false keys. He took the papers to London tosell the secret, intending, no doubt, to have the plans themselvesback in the safe next morning before they were missed. While in Londonon this treasonable mission he met his end."
3.  "Where is it, then?"
4.  Holmes chuckled.
5.  "Those two pictures will help you, gentlemen, to understand thestory. I was a poor circus girl brought up on the sawdust, and doingsprings through the hoop before I was ten. When I became a womanthis man loved me, if such lust as his can be called love, and in anevil moment I became his wife. From that day I was in hell, and he thedevil who tormented me. There was no one in the show who did notknow of his treatment. He deserted me for others. He tied me downand lashed me with his riding-whip when I complained. They allpitied me and they all loathed him, but what could they do? Theyfeared him, one and all. For he was terrible at all times, andmurderous when he was drunk. Again and again he was had up forassault, and for cruelty to the beasts, but he had plenty of money andthe fines were nothing to him. The best men all left us, and theshow began to go downhill. It was only Leonardo and I who kept itup- with little Jimmy Griggs, the clown. Poor devil, he had not muchto be funny about, but he did what he could to bold things together."Then Leonardo came more and more into my life. You see what hewas like. I know now the poor spirit that was hidden in thatsplendid body, but compared to my husband he seemed like the angelGabriel. He pitied me and helped me, till at last our intimacyturned to love- deep, deep, passionate love, such love as I haddreamed of but never hoped to feel. My husband suspected it, but Ithink that he was a coward as well as a bully, and that Leonardo wasthe one man that he was afraid of. He took revenge in his own way bytorturing me more than ever. One night my cries brought Leonardo tothe door of our van. We were near tragedy that night, and soon mylover and I understood that it could not be avoided. My husband wasnot fit to live. We planned that he should die.
6.  "She wanted to see where the crime was done- had read about it inthe papers, she said. She was a very respectable, well-spoken youngwoman, sir, and I saw no harm in letting her have a peep. When she sawthat mark on the carpet, down she dropped on the floor, and lay asif she were dead. I ran to the back and got some water, but I couldnot bring her to. Then I went round the corner to the Ivy Plant forsome brandy, and by the time I had brought it back the young woman hadrecovered and was off- ashamed of herself, I daresay, and dared notface me."


1.  "And what would he have done had he overtaken us?"
2.  "Dear me, it seems hardly accessible. And yet you will observethat there is a creeper bellow and a water-pipe above which givesome foothold."
3.  "Madam," said Holmes, "I am sure that it is the truth. I fear thatyou are far from well."
4.  "At what hour was the office closed on Monday?"
5.  Holmes's brow was dark with anxiety.
6.  "It is a small point, Count Sylvius, but perhaps you would kindlygive me my prefix when you address me. You can understand that, withmy, routine of work, I should find myself on familiar terms withhalf the rogues' gallery, and you will agree that exceptions areinvidious."


1.  "And that recommendation, with the exaggerated estimate of myability with which he prefaced it, was, if you will believe me,Watson, the very first thing which ever made me feel that a professionmight be made out of what had up to that time been the merest hobby.At the moment, however, I was too much concerned at the sudden illnessof my host to think of anything else.
2.  "How do you prove that?"
3.  "The string was of the quality which is used by sailmakers aboardship, and at once a whiff of the sea was perceptible in ourinvestigation. When I observed that the knot was one which ispopular with sailors, that the parcel had been posted at a port, andthat the male ear was pierced for an earring which is so much morecommon among sailors than landsmen, I was quite certain that an theactors in the tragedy were to be found among our seafaring classes."When I came to examine the address of the packet I observed that itwas to Miss S. Cushing. Now, the oldest sister would, of course, beMiss Cushing, and although her initial was 'S' it might belong toone of the others as well. In that case we should have to commence ourinvestigation from a fresh basis altogether. I therefore went into thehouse with the intention of clearing up this point. I was about toassure Miss Cushing that I was convinced that a mistake had beenmade when you may remember that I came suddenly to a stop. The factwas that I had just seen something which filled me with surprise andat the same time narrowed the field of our inquiry immensely."As a medical man, you are aware, Watson, that there is no part ofthe body which varies so much as the human ear. Each ear is as arule quite distinctive and differs from all other ones. In lastyears Anthropological Journal you will find two short monographsfrom my pen upon the subject. I had, therefore, examined the ears inthe box with the eyes of an expert and had carefully noted theiranatomical peculiarities. Imagine my surprise, then, when on lookingat Miss Cushing I perceived that her ear corresponded exactly with thefemale ear which I had just inspected. The matter was entirelybeyond coincidence. There was the same shortening of the pinna, thesame broad curve of the upper lobe, the same convolution of theinner cartilage. In all essentials it was the same ear."Of course I at once saw the enormous importance of the observation.It was evident that the victim was a blood relation, and probably avery close one. I began to talk to her about her family, and youremember that she at once gave us some exceedingly valuable details."In the first place, her sisters name was Sarah, and her address haduntil recently been the same, so that it was quite obvious how themistake had occurred and for whom the packet was meant. Then weheard of this steward, married to the third sister, and learned thathe had at one time been so intimate with Miss Sarah that she hadactually gone up to Liverpool to be near the Browners, but a quarrelhad afterwards divided them. This quarrel had put a stop to allcommunications for some months, so that if Browner had occasion toaddress a packet to Miss Sarah, he would undoubtedly have done so toher old address.
4.  Holmes gave an exclamation of satisfaction.
5.   "Oh, to be sure, I had not told you of my plans. Well, Watson, Ilove to come to close grips with my man. I like to meet him eye to eyeand read for myself the stuff that he is made of. When I had givenJohnson his instructions I took a cab out to Kingston and found theBaron in a most affable mood."
6.  "At once?"


1.  "They shut at twelve on Saturdays."
2.  "Great excitement was caused in Esher and the neighbouringdistrict when it was learned late last night that an arrest had beeneffected in connection with the Oxshott murder. It will beremembered that Mr. Garcia, of Wisteria Lodge, was found dead onOxshott Common, his body showing signs of extreme violence, and thaton the same night his servant and his cook fled, which appeared toshow participation in the crime. It was suggested, but never proved,that the gentleman may have had valuables in the house, and that theirabstraction was the motive of the crime. Every effort was made byInspector Baynes, who has the case in hand, to ascertain the hidingplace of the fugatives, and he had good reason to believe that theyhad not gone far but were lurking in some retreat which had beenalready prepared. It was certain from the first, however, that theywould eventually be detected, as the cook, from the evidence of one ortwo trades-people who have caught a glimpse of him through the window,was a man of most remarkable appearance- being a huge and hideousmulatto, with yellowish features of a pronounced negroid type. Thisman has been seen since the crime, for he was detected and pursuedby Constable Walters on the same evening, when he had the audacityto revisit Wisteria Lodge. Inspector Baynes, considering that such avisit must have some purpose in view and was likely, therefore, tobe repeated, abandoned the house but left an ambuscade in theshrubbery. The man walk into the trap and was captured last nightafter a struggle in which Constable Downing was badly bitten by thesavage. We understand that when the prisoner is brought before themagistrates a remand will be applied for by the police, and that greatdevelopments are hoped from his capture."
3.  "It is half-past ten now."
4、  Poor devil, how could I be angry when I saw him lying in such aplight before me?
5、  "Come in, Mr. Bennett. These two gentlemen have come from Londonunder the impression that they have been summoned. You handle all mycorrespondence. Have you a note of anything going to a person namedHolmes?"




  • 马伟东 08-03

      He was certainly a remarkably handsome man. His Europeanreputation for beauty was fully deserved. In figure he was not morethan of middle size, but was built upon graceful and active lines. Hisface was swarthy, almost Oriental, with large, dark, languorous eyeswhich might easily hold an irresistible fascination for women. Hishair and moustache were raven black, the latter short, pointed, andcarefully waxed. His features were regular and pleasing, save only hisstraight, thin-lipped mouth. If ever I saw a murderer's mouth it wasthere- a cruel, hard gash in the face, compressed, inexorable, andterrible. He was ill-advised to train his moustache away from it,for it was Nature's danger-signal, set as a warning to his victims.His voice was engaging and his manners perfect. In age I should haveput him at little over thirty, though his record afterwards showedthat he was forty-two.

  • 帕莫尔 08-03

      "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?"

  • 付良成 08-03

       "Now for it!" he cried.

  • 车华松 08-03

      "Pangs shot through the chest, causing me to fall as if struck bya bullet. The pulsation would cease, and then the heart would give sixor seven leaps as if it would force its way through the chest."It nearly killed him, although he had only been exposed to it inthe disturbed ocean and not in the narrow calm waters of abathing-pool. He says that he could hardly recognize himselfafterwards, so white, wrinkled and shrivelled was his face. Hegriped down brandy, a whole bottleful, and it seems to have savedhis life. There is the book, Inspector. I leave it with you, and youcannot doubt that it contains a full explanation of the tragedy ofpoor McPherson."

  • 范仲淹 08-02

    {  "It was a just Providence that killed him. But, mind you this,that if I had knocked his brains out, as it was in my heart to do,he would have had no more than his due from my hands. If his ownguilty conscience had not struck him down it is likely enough that Imight have had his blood upon my soul. You want me to tell thestory. Well, I don't know why I shouldn't, for there's no cause for meto be ashamed of it.

  • 马蕊苓 08-01

      Holmes held it out to me. "A soft revolver bullet, as youperceive, Watson. There's genius in that, for who would expect to findsuch a thing fired from an airgun? All right, Mrs. Hudson. I am muchobliged for your assistance. And now, Watson, let me see you in yourold seat once more, for there are several points which I should liketo discuss with you."}

  • 许立田 08-01

      We ascended the stairs and viewed the body. Miss Brenda Tregennishad been a very beautiful girl, though now verging upon middle age.Her dark, clear-cut face was handsome, even in death, but therestill lingered upon it something of that convulsion of horror whichhad been her last human emotion. From her bedroom we descended tothe sitting-room, where this strange tragedy had actually occurred.The charred ashes of the overnight fire lay in the grate. On the tablewere the four guttered and burned-out candles, with the cardsscattered over its surface. The chairs had been moved back against thewalls, but all else was as it had been the night before. Holmespaced with light, swift steps about the room; he sat in the variouschairs, drawing them up and reconstructing their positions. Hetested how much of the garden was visible; he examined the floor,the ceiling, and the fireplace; but never once did I see that suddenbrightening of his eyes and tightening of his lips which would havetold me that he saw some gleam of light in this utter darkness."Why a fire?" he asked once. "Had they always a fire in this smallroom on a spring evening?"

  • 林海萍 08-01

      "And Joseph! Joseph a villain and a thief!"

  • 贾斯汀·比伯 07-31

       Once more, however, my friend was destined to be disappointed. Hecame back at night weary and unsuccessful.

  • 蒋琳莉 07-29

    {  "Oh, tut, tut! I have no time! That left foot of yours with itsinward twist is all over the place. A mole could trace it, and thereit vanishes among the reeds. Oh, how simple it would all have been hadI been here before they came like a herd of buffalo and wallowed allover it. Here is where the party with the lodge-keeper came, andthey have covered all tracks for six or eight feet round the body. Buthere are three separate tracks of the same feet." He drew out a lensand lay down upon his waterproof to have a better view, talking allthe time to himself rather than to us. "These are young McCarthy'sfeet. Twice he was walking, and once he ran swiftly, so that the solesare deeply marked and the heels hardly visible. That bears out hisstory. He ran when he saw his father on the ground. Then here arethe father's feet as he paced up and down. What is this, then? It isthe butt-end of the gun as the son stood listening. And this? Ha,ha! What have we here? Tiptoes! tiptoes! Square, too, quite unusualboots! They come, they go, they come again of course that was forthe cloak. Now where did they come from?" He ran up and down,sometimes losing, sometimes finding the track until we were wellwithin the edge of the wood and under the shadow of a great beech, thelargest tree in the neighbourhood. Holmes traced his way to thefarther side of this and lay down once more upon his face with alittle cry of satisfaction. For a long time he remained there, turningover the leaves and dried sticks, gathering up what seemed to me to bedust into an envelope and examining with his lens not only theground but even the bark of the tree as far as he could reach. Ajagged stone was lying among the moss, and this also he carefullyexamined and retained. Then he followed a pathway through the wooduntil he came to the highroad, where all traces were lost."It has been a case of considerable interest," he remarked,returning to his natural manner. "I fancy that this gray house onthe right must be the lodge. I think that I will go in and have a wordwith Moran, and perhaps write a little note. Having done that, wemay drive back to our luncheon. You may walk to the cab, and I shallbe with you presently."

  • 王娜 07-29

      "Did you see Mr. Gibson?"