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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  "And help."
2.  How shall I ever forget that dreadful vigil? I could not hear asound, not even the drawing of a breath, and yet I knew that mycompanion sat open-eyed, within a few feet of me, in the same state ofnervous tension in which I was myself. The shutters cut off theleast ray of light and we waited in absolute darkness. From outsidecame the occasional cry of a night-bird, and once at our very window along drawn catlike whine, which told us that the cheetah was indeed atliberty. Far away we could hear the deep tones of the parish clock,which boomed out every quarter of an hour. How long they seemed, thosequarters! Twelve struck, and one and two and three, and still we satwaiting silently for whatever might befall.
3.  "Who is he?"
4.  "This is the gentleman who forced my hand." He unfolded the scrap ofpaper on which I had written the word "Leprosy." "It seemed to me thatif he knew so much as that it was safer that he should know all.""And so it was," said I. "Who knows but good may come of it? Iunderstand that only Mr. Kent has seen the patient. May I ask, sir, ifyou are an authority on such complaints, which are, I understand,tropical or semi-tropical in their nature?"
5.  "If I am to have a doctor whether I will or not, let me at leasthave someone in whom I have confidence," said he.
6.  "Very sorry to knock you up, Watson," said he, "but it's thecommon lot this morning. Mrs. Hudson has been knocked up, she retortedupon me, and I on you."


1.  "'Well, I hope to goodness the house won't be burgled during thenight,' said he.
2.  Three yellow squares of light shone above us in the gathering gloom."Your three birds are all in their nests," said Holmes, lookingup. "Halloa! What's that? One of them seems restless enough."It was the Indian, whose dark silhouette appeared suddenly uponhis blind. He was pacing swiftly up and down his room.
3.  "No, sir," said the Prime Minister, with the quick, decisivemanner for which he was famous. "We have not done so, nor is itpossible that we should do so. To inform the police must, in thelong run, mean to inform the public. This is what we particularlydesire to avoid."
4.  "All the time that she was telling me this story she never oncelooked in my direction, and her voice was quite unlike her usualtones. It was evident to me that she was saying what was false. I saidnothing in reply, but turned my face to the wall, sick at heart,with my mind filled with a thousand venomous doubts and suspicions.What was it that my wife was concealing from me? Where had she beenduring that strange expedition? I felt that I should have no peaceuntil I knew, and yet I shrank from asking her again after once shehad told me what was false. All the rest of the night I tossed andtumbled, framing theory after theory, each more unlikely than thelast.
6.  "Reginald Musgrave had been in the same college as myself, and I hadsome slight acquaintance with him. He was not generally popularamong the undergraduates, though it always seemed to me that whatwas set down as pride was really an attempt to cover extreme naturaldiffidence. In appearance he was a man of an exceedinglyaristocratic type, thin, high-nosed, and large-eyed, with languidand yet courtly manners. He was indeed a scion of one of the veryoldest families in the kingdom, though his branch was a cadet onewhich had separated from the northern Musgraves some time in thesixteenth century and had established itself in western Sussex,where the Manor House of Hurlstone is perhaps the oldest inhabitedbuilding in the county. Something of his birth-place seemed to clingto the man, and I never looked at his pale, keen face or the poiseof his head without associating him with gray archways and mullionedwindows and all the venerable wreckage of a feudal keep. Once or twicewe drifted into talk, and I can remember that more than once heexpressed a keen interest in my methods of observation and inference."For four years I had seen nothing of him until one morning hewalked into my room in Montague Street. He had changed little, wasdressed like a young man of fashion-he was always a bit of a dandy-andpreserved the same quiet, suave manner which had formerlydistinguished him.


1.  "'Ha, ha! I think I would risk a little sporting flutter that youdon't go there at all.'
2.  "'What is his name?'asked my host.
3.  "And has had no letters or callers?"
4.  "I noticed it, Mr. Holmes, but you'll always find scratches rounda keyhole."
5.   "Were they good friends at other times?"
6.  "Wait here an instant," said young Alec Cunningham. "The fellow isoff his head, in my opinion. Come with me, father, and see where hehas got to!"


1.  We both put our eyes to the grating. The prisoner lay with hisface towards us, in a very deep sleep, breathing slowly and heavily.He was a middle-sized man, coarsely clad as became his calling, with acoloured shirt protruding through the rent in his tattered coat. Hewas, as the inspector had said, extremely dirty, but the grime whichcovered his face could not conceal its repulsive ugliness. A broadwheal from an old scar ran right across it from eye to chin, and byits contraction had turned up one side of the upper lip, so that threeteeth were exposed in a perpetual snarl. A shock of very bright redhair grew low over his eyes and forehead.
2.  "But why? What can it matter to him that his landlady should havea word of his writing? Still, it may be as you say. Then, again, whysuch laconic messages?"
3.  The words were hardly out of his mouth before a man appeared atthe door of the room, a very fat and burly man, with a heavy stickin his hand. Miss Hunter screamed and shrunk against the wall at thesight of him, but Sherlock Holmes sprang forward and confronted him."You villain!" said he, "where's your daughter?"
4、  "Ah!"
5、  "And who is her maid?"




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      "How could I help suspecting him, when I actually saw him with thecoronet in his hand?"

  • 卢军 08-04

      "Because you will find me a dangerous companion now. This man'soccupation is gone. He is lost if he returns to London. If I readhis character right he will devote his whole energies to revenginghimself upon me. He said as much in our short interview, and I fancythat he meant it. I should certainly recommend you to return to yourpractice."

  • 钟磬 08-04

       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."

  • 黄志雷 08-04

      "What, the man who draws them?"

  • 吴奇 08-03

    {  "It must have been so."

  • 李清新 08-02

      At Waterloo we were fortunate in catching a train for Leatherhead,where we hired a trap at the station inn and drove for four or fivemiles through the lovely Surrey lanes. It was a perfect day, with abright sun and a few fleecy clouds in the heavens. The trees andwayside hedges were just throwing out their first green shoots, andthe air was full of the pleasant smell of the moist earth. To me atleast there was a strange contrast between the sweet promise of thespring and this sinister quest upon which we were engaged. Mycompanion sat in the front of the trap, his arms folded, his hatpulled down over his eyes, and his chin sunk upon his breast, buriedin the deepest thought. Suddenly, however, he started, tapped me onthe shoulder, and pointed over the meadows.}

  • 刘亚 08-02

      A quarter of an hour later the table had been cleared and we wereface to face. He had drawn a letter from his pocket.

  • 金立平 08-02

      "Trevor senior was a widower, and my friend his only son."There had been a daughter, I heard, but she had died ofdiphtheria while on a visit to Birmingham. The father interested meextremely. He was a man of little culture, but with a considerableamount of rude strength, both physically and mentally. He knewhardly any books, but he had travelled far, had seen much of theworld, and had remembered all that he had learned. In person he wasa thick-set, burly man with a shock of grizzled hair, a brown,weather-beaten face, and blue eyes which were keen to the verge offierceness. Yet he had a reputation for kindness and charity on thecountryside, and was noted for the leniency of his sentences fromthe bench.

  • 陶碎瓦 08-01

       "'"I've not had my 'poIogy," said he sulkily, glancing in mydirection.

  • 戴维·贝尔加米尼 07-30

    {  "The same old Watson!" said he. "You never learn that the gravestissues may depend upon the smallest things. But is it not on theface of it strange that a staid, elderly philosopher- you've heardof Presbury, of course, the famous Camford physiologist?- that sucha man, whose friend has been his devoted wolfhound, should now havebeen twice attacked by his own dog? What do you make of it?""The dog is ill."

  • 张择端 07-30

      The quick eye of my companion had noted some change in her manner.She coloured and hesitated.