福尔摩斯探案集(英文版)

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福尔摩斯探案集(英文版)
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本书作者柯南·道尔(1859——1930)被誉为“英国侦探小说之父”,迄今为止仍是全国世界

最畅销侦探小说作家之一。年轻时就学于爱于堡医科大学,毕业后行医,工作之余对侦探故事

产生了兴趣,开始尝试写作。首部侦探小说《血字研究》,几经周折终于发表,就此开启了他

的写作生涯。两年后又发表《四个签名》,一炮走红。遂于一八九一年弃医从文,成为专职侦

探小说作家。此后他的创作一发不可收拾,写出一系列精彩的侦探故事。如《波斯米亚丑闻》

、《红发会》、《五个桔核》等。短短几年后道尔的名声便如日中天,经济状况也大为改观,

于是他生在一八九四年决定金盆洗手,在小说《最后一案》中让福尔摩斯在搏斗中坠崖而死。

不料他的读者对这个结局大为不满,甚至感到气愤,他们已经习惯经常读到福尔摩斯探案故事

,他们不相信这位了不起的大侦探竟会这样死去。读者的抗议使道尔深受感动和鼓舞,作为...

 

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作者:(英国)柯南·道尔(Arthur Conan Doyle)

目录

A Study in Scarlet 
PART OKE 
Chapter 1 Mr. Sherlock Holmes 
Chapter 2 The Science of Deduction 
Chapter 3 The Lauriston Garden Mystery 
Chapter 4 What John Rance Had to Tell 
Chapter 5 Our Advertisement Brings a Visitor 
Chapter 6 Tobias Gregson Shows What He Can Do 
Chapter 7 Light in the Darkness 
PART TWO 
Chapter 1 On the Great Alkali Plain 
Chapter 2 The Flower of Utah 
Chapter 3 John Ferrier Talks with the Prophet 
Chapter 4 A Flight for Life 
Chapter 5 The Avenging Angels 
Chapter 6 A Continuation of the Reminiscences of John Watson, M.D. 
Chapter 7 The Conclusion 
The Sign of Four 
Chapter 1 The Science of Deduction 
Chapter 2 The Statement of the Case 
Chapter 3 In Quest of a Solution 
Chapter 4 The Story of the Bald-Headed Man 
Chapter 5 The Tragedy of Pondicherry Lodge 
Chapter 6 Sherlock Holmes Gives a Demonstration 
Chapter 7 The Episode of the Barrel 
Chapter 8 The Baker Street Irregulars 
Chapter 9 A Break in the Chain 
Chapter 10 The End of the Islander 
Chapter 11 The Great Agra Treasure 
Chapter 12 The Strange Story of Jonathan Small 
…… 
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 
The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes 
The Return of Sherlock Holmes

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"No, nor drink. And Mr. Bender, he was the fust to go, and then Indian Pete, and thenMrs. McGregor, and then Johnny Hones, and then, dearie, your mothe . 
"Then mother's a deader too," cried the little girl, dropping her face in her pinafore andsobbing bitterly. 
"Yes, they all went except you and me. Then I thought there was some chance of waterin this direction, so I heaved you over my shoulder and we tramped it together. It don'tseem as though we've improved matters. There's an almighty small chance for us now!" 
"Do you mean that we are going to die to?" asked the child, checking her sobs, andraising her tear-stained face. 
"I guess that's about the size of it." 
"Why didn't you say so before?" she said, laughing gleefully. "You gave me such a fright.Why, of course, now as long as we die we'll be with mother again." 
Yes, you will, dearie. 
"And you too. I'll tell her how awful good you've been. I'll bet she meets us at the door ofheaven with a big pitcher of water, and a lot of buckwheat cakes, hot and toasted on bothsides, like Bob and me was fond of. How long will it be first?" 
"I don't know--not very long." The man's eyes were fLxed upon the northern horizon. Inthe blue vault of the heaven there had appeared three little specks which increased in sizeevery moment, so rapidly did they approach. They speedily resolved themselves into threelarge brown birds, which circled over the heads of the two wanderers, and then settled uponsome rocks which overlooked them. They were buzzards, the vultures of the West, whosecoming is the forerunner of death. 
"Cocks and hens," cried the little girl gleefully, pointing at their ill-omened forms, andclapping her hands to make them rise. "Say, did God make this country?" 
"Of course He did," said her companion, rather startled by this unexpected question. 
"He made the country down in Illinois, and He made the Missouri," the little girlcontinued. "I guess somebody else made the country in these parts. It's not nearly so welldone. They forgot the water and the trees." 
"What would ye think of offering up prayer?" the man asked diffidently. 
"It ain't night yet," she answered. 
"It don't matter. It ain't quite regular, but He won't mind that, you bet. You say overthem ones that you used to say every night in the wagon when we was on the plains." 
"Why don't you say some yourself?." the child asked, with wondering eyes. 
"I disremember them," he answered. "I hain't said none since I was half the height o'that gun. I guess it's never too late. You say them out, and I'll stand by and come in on thechoruses."


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