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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  One of the most remarkable characteristics of Sherlock Holmes washis power of throwing his brain out of action and switching all histhoughts on to lighter things whenever he had convinced himself thathe could no longer work to advantage. I remember that during the wholeof that memorable day he lost himself in a monograph which he hadundertaken upon the Polyphonic Motets of Lassus. For my own part I hadnone of this power of detachment, and the day, in consequence,appeared to be interminable. The great national importance of theissue, the suspense in high quarters, the direct nature of theexperiment which we were trying- all combined to work upon my nerve.It was a relief to me when at last, after a light dinner, we set outupon our expedition. Lestrade and Mycroft met us by appointment at theoutside of Gloucester Road Station. The area door of Oberstein's househad been left open the night before, and it was necessary for me, asMycroft Holmes absolutely and indignantly declined to climb therailings, to pass in and open the hall door. By nine o'clock we wereall seated in the study, waiting patiently for our man.An hour passed and yet another. When eleven struck, the measuredbeat of the great church clock seemed to sound the dirge of our hopes.Lestrade and Mycroft were fidgeting in their seats and looking twice aminute at their watches. Holmes sat silent and composed, his eyelidshalf shut, but every sense on the alert. He raised his head with asudden jerk.
2.  "I had only one confidant- my brother Mycroft. I owe you manyapologies, my dear Watson, but it was all-important that it shouldbe thought I was dead, and it is quite certain that you would not havewritten so convincing an account of my unhappy end had you notyourself thought that it was true. Several times during the last threeyears I have taken up my pen to write to you, but always I feared lestyour affectionate regard for me should tempt you to someindiscretion which would betray my secret. For that reason I turnedaway from you this evening when you upset my books, for I was indanger at the time, and any show of surprise and emotion upon yourpart might have drawn attention to my identity and led to the mostdeplorable and irreparable results. As to Mycroft, I had to confide inhim in order to obtain the money which I needed. The course ofevents in London did not run so well as I had hoped, for the trialof the Moriarty gang left two of its most dangerous members, my ownmost vindictive enemies, at liberty. I travelled for two years inTibet, therefore, and amused myself by visiting Lhassa, and spendingsome days with the head lama. You may have read of the remarkableexplorations of a Norwegian named Sigerson, but I am sure that itnever occurred to you that you were receiving news of your friend. Ithen passed through Persia, looked in at Mecca, and paid a short butinteresting visit to the Khalifa at Khartoum the results of which Ihave communicated to the Foreign Office. Returning to France, Ispent some months in a research into the coal-tar derivatives, which Iconducted in a laboratory at Montpellier, in the south of France.Having concluded this to my satisfaction and learning that only one ofmy enemies was now left in London I was about to return when mymovements were hastened by the news of this very remarkable ParkLane Mystery, which not only appealed to me by its own merits, butwhich seemed to offer some most peculiar personal opportunities. Icame over at once to London, called in my own person at BakerStreet, threw Mrs. Hudson into violent hysterics, and found thatMycroft had preserved my rooms and my papers exactly as they hadalways been. So it was, my dear Watson, that at two o'clock to-day Ifound myself in my old armchair in my own old room, and only wishingthat I could have seen my old friend Watson in the other chair whichhe has so often adorned."
3.  "To-morrow is the 'Varsity football match."
4.  Holmes handed me a card upon which was printed: "Dr. Hill Barton,369 Half Moon Street."
5.  "I will do my best. How many constables have you?"
6.  "Was Sir James a man who was orderly in his habits?"


1.  "The Duke is here," said he. "The Duke and Mr. Wilder are in thestudy. Come, gentlemen, and I will introduce you."
2.  "Indeed!"
3.  "It was impossible to say. There was never any outline.""A large foot or a small?"
4.  "He'll be glad to see us, anyhow."
5.  "Well, that gives us a limit. Our lady enters this room, and whatdoes she do? She goes over to the writing-table. What for? Not foranything in the drawers. If there had been anything worth hertaking, it would surely have been locked up. No, it was forsomething in that wooden bureau. Halloa! what is that scratch upon theface of it? Just hold a match, Watson. Why did you not tell me ofthis, Hopkins?"
6.  Holmes rose from his chair.


1.I have never known my friend to be in better form, both mental andphysical, than in the year '95. His increasing fame had brought withit an immense practice, and I should be guilty of an indiscretion if Iwere even to hint at the identity of some of the illustrious clientswho crossed our humble threshold in Baker Street. Holmes, however,like all great artists, lived for his art's sake, and, save in thecase of the Duke of Holdernesse, I have seldom known him claim anylarge reward for his inestimable services. So unworldly was he- orso capricious- that he frequently refused his help to the powerful andwealthy where the problem made no appeal to his sympathies, while hewould devote weeks of most intense application to the affairs ofsome humble client whose case presented those strange and dramaticqualities which appealed to his imagination and challenged hisingenuity.
2.  "'Danger is part of my trade,' I remarked.
3.  "It saved me from ennui," he answered, yawning. "Alas! Ialready feel it closing in upon me. My life is spent in one longeffort to escape from the commonplaces of existence. These littleproblems help me to do so."
4.  "What then?"
5.   "This case grows upon me, Watson," said he. "There are decidedlysome points of interest in connection with it. In this early stage,I want you to realize those geographical features which may have agood deal to do with our investigation.
6.  "`My name,' said he, `is Mr. Duncan Ross, and I am myself oneof the pensioners upon the fund left by our noble benefactor. Areyou a married man, Mr. Wilson? Have you a family?'


1.  'Yours faithfully,
2.  "And your key never left your possession?"
3.  "Dundee, I suppose?"
4、  "Then I think we had better hear their story at once."
5、  "Danger of what, Holmes?"




  • 李丽辉 08-11

      "To eat it!" Our visitor half rose from his chair in hisexcitement.

  • 然·吐 08-11

      "Yes, there is a late train- quarter-past eleven."

  • 王江波 08-11

       "Would you kindly send one of your constables for two buckets ofwater? Put the straw on the floor here, free from the wall on eitherside. Now I think that we are all ready."

  • 杜近芳 08-11

      "She died just two years ago, and it is of her death that I wishto speak to you. You can understand that, living the life which I havedescribed, we were little likely to see anyone of our own age andposition. We had, however, an aunt, my mother's maiden sister, MissHonoria Westphail, who lives near Harrow, and we were occasionallyallowed to pay short visits at this lady's house. Julia went thereat Christmas two years ago, and met there a half-pay major of marines,to whom she became engaged. My stepfather learned of the engagementwhen my sister returned and offered no objection to the marriage;but within a fortnight of the day which had been fixed for thewedding, the terrible event occurred which has deprived me of myonly companion."

  • 马西藩 08-10

    {  "No doubt, Doctor; and yet the conversation may prove more importantthan the treatise. Incidentally, I may tell you that we are doingthe reverse of what you very justly blame, and that we areendeavouring to prevent anything like public exposure of privatematters which must necessarily follow when once the case is fairlyin the hands of the official police. You may look upon me simply as anirregular pioneer, who goes in front of the regular forces of thecountry. I have come to ask you about Mr. Godfrey Staunton.""What about him?"

  • 杨志宏 08-09

      "Because in five minutes you will say that it is all so absurdlysimple."}

  • 朱永胜 08-09

      "Oh, I am weary of questions!" cried Miss Cushing impatiently."You have two sisters, I believe."

  • 吴心远 08-09

      "Yes, we've had a scare in this part lately. Old Acton, who is oneof our county magnates, had his house broken into last Monday. Nogreat damage done, but the fellows are still at large.""No clue?" asked Holmes, cocking his eye at the colonel."None as yet. But the affair is a petty one, one of our littlecountry crimes, which must seem too small for your attention, Mr.Holmes, after this great international affair."

  • 刘绍唐 08-08

       And no more words were needed. There was a rush, a clatterupon the stairs, the bang of a door, and the crisp rattle ofrunning footfalls from the street.

  • 罗利俊 08-06

    {  That is clear and concise."

  • 耿建荣 08-06

      "I feared that you would find it so."