作者:阿瑟·柯南·道尔爵士

内容简介:这也许是世界上最驰名的侦探故事。歇洛克·福尔摩斯当然是最负盛名的侦探了。阿瑟·柯南·道尔爵士是在一百多年以前塑造了这个人物的。但是,福尔摩斯的种种奇特经历迄今依旧是既生动有趣又扣人心弦。

为了更好地理解这个故事,我们有必要对达特沼地有一番了解:这是英格兰西南地区的一个确有其名的地方。它是由岩石和沼地组成的一片旷野,在日头当空时分一股浓雾会突如其来地向你迎面扑来,并且将你笼罩起来。它是稀软的沼泽遍布之地,是松软的、长着绿色植被的地带,可以把人拖进去进而吞灭掉。它是英国安全保障最好的监狱所在地。它也是一百多年前那条最为庞大的狗——巴斯克维尔猎犬出没的地方。

作者简介:阿瑟·柯南·道尔爵士(1859—1930)作为歇洛克·福尔摩斯这位人物的塑造者而享誉于世。他本人也是一名医生,而且在现实生活中还是一位侦探。

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巴斯克维尔猎犬:1 The Case Begins2012-03-26
The September sun was shining brightly into the win dows of 221B Baker Street,and London was enjoying a beautiful late summer.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:2 The Baskerville Papers2012-03-26
These papers were given to me by Sir Charles Baskerville,said Dr Mortimer.He asked me to take good care of them.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:3 How Sir Charles Died2012-03-25
When Dr Mortimer had finished reading this strange story,he looked across at Sherlock Holmes.Holmes looked bored.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:4 The Problem2012-03-25
Ifelt a moment of fear as Mortimer spoke these words.Holmes sat forward in his excitement,and his eyes showed he was very interested indeed.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:5 Sir Henry Baskerville2012-03-24
Dr Mortimer and Sir Henry Baskerville arrived at exact-ly ten o'clock the following morning.Sir Henry was a small,healthy,well built man.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:6 More Mystery2012-03-24
Later,we went on to Sir Henry's hotel.He was pleased to see us,but rather angry because another of his shoes had disappeared.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:7 Baskerville Hall2012-03-23
Holmes came to Waterloo Station to say goodbye to us.Our friends told him that they were sure nobody had followed them since our last meeting.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:8 The Stapletons of Pen House2012-03-23
I told Sir Henry about the crying I had heard.He rang the bell to call Barrymore,and asked him if he could explain the crying.Barrymore's face went white when he heard Sir Henry's question.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:9 The Escaped Prisoner2012-03-21
Mr Stapleton came to the Hall and met Sir Henry that same afternoon.The next morning he took us to the place where the evil Sir Hugo died.Then we had lunch at the House.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:10 The Letter2012-03-21
The following day was dull and foggy.The Hall was sur rounded by heavy,low clouds,which opened now and then to show the grim,cold moor and its wet,grey rocks.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:11 Laura Lyons2012-03-20
Ιtold Sir Henry about Laura Lyons,and that I wanted to speak to her as soon as possible.Then I went to her house in Newtown.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:12 The Man on the Moor2012-03-20
I drove out of Newtown and went to begin my search for the mysterious man on the moor.There were hundreds of the old stone huts on the moor.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:13 Too Late2012-03-20
For a moment or two I could neither breathe nor move.Then I felt my fear and unhappiness disappear,as I knew that I was no longer alone in my responsibility for Sir Henry.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:14 Death on the Moor2012-03-20
Holmes started running over the moor,and I followed him.From somewhere in front of us came one more hopeless scream.It was followed by the sound of something falling heavily.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:15 The Trap2012-03-19
When we reached the Hall,Sir Henry was very pleased to see Holmes.But he was surprised that Holmes had no luggage and that he appeared so unexpectedly.
4巴斯克维尔猎犬:16 The Hound of the Baskervilles2012-03-19
That evening Holmes and I drove across the moor until we could see the lights of the Stapletons' house in front of us.Then we got out and began to walk very quietly along the path towards the house.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:17 The Search for the Murderer2012-03-18
Then our fear for Sir Henry became greater than our ter- ror.Holmes and I fired our revolvers together.The creature gave a loud cry of pain,and we knew we had hit it.
巴斯克维尔猎犬:18 Looking Back2012-03-18
It was the end of November,more than a month after ourreturn from Baskerville Hall.Holmes and I were sitting on either side of a bright fire in our sitting room in Baker Street.

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