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اثر آرتور کانن دویل از انتشارات هرمس - مترجم: مژده دقیقی-پرفروش ترین رمان های ایران

رمان‌ها و داستان‌های کارآگاهی کانن‌دویل در شمار پرخواننده‌ترین آثار ادبیات کارآگاهی، و داستان‌های شرلوک‌ هولمز بی‌شک محبوب‌ترین آن‌هاست. کانن‌دویل در شخصیت شرلوک هولمز انسانی تیزبین و کنجکاو آفرید که نیمی پزشک و نیمی هنرمند بود. او نمونهٔ بارز استدلال، عمل و موفقیت است. این شخصیت چنان در ذهن و قلب مردم جا گرفته بود که تقریبا هیچ شخصیت داستانی دیگری از این نظر یارای هم‌آوردی با وی را ندارد. زمانی که هولمز در داستان «پروندهٔ آخر» جان باخت، طرفدارانش از شدت تاثر در سوگ او نوار سیاه به کلاه بستند.‏


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بچه تر که بودم همیشه داستانای شرلوک هولمز شگفت زده م می کرد. اینم از آفتای بزرگ شدنه که حالا می تونم خیلی از قسمتای داستانو جلو جلو حدس بزنم و نمی تونم اون لذت سابقو از کتابای شرلوک هولمز ببرم.
فکر می کنم خوندن تمام این کتابای پلیسی و دیدن این همه سریال جنایی، داره از تک تک ما یه شرلوک هولمز می سازه

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The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, Arthur Conan Doyle
The Adventure of the Cardboard Box, is one of the 56 short stories written by British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is the second of the twelve Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes in most British editions of the canon, and the second of the eight stories from His Last Bow in most American versions. The story was first published in The Strand Magazine in 1893. Miss Susan Cushing of Croydon receives a parcel in the post that contains two severed human ears packed in coarse salt. Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard suspects a prank by three medical students whom Miss Cushing was forced to evict because of their unruly behaviour. The parcel was sent from Belfast, the city of origin of one of the former boarders. Upon examining the parcel himself, Holmes is convinced that it is evidence of a serious crime. He reasons that a medical student with access to a dissection laboratory would likely use something other than plain salt to preserve human remains, and would be able to make a more precise cut than the roughly hacked ears suggest. The address on the package, roughly written and with a spelling correction, suggests to Holmes that the sender lacks education and is unfamiliar with Croydon. The knot in the string suggests to Holmes that they are looking for someone with sailing experience.
تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1998 میلادی
عنوان: جعبه مقوایی؛ نویسنده: آرتور کانن دویل؛ مرجم: مژده دقیقی؛ تهران، شهر کتاب، هرمس (کارآگاه)؛ 1377؛ در ده و 169 ص؛ چاپ دوم 1384؛ چاپ چهارم 1389؛ شابک: 9789646641341؛ چاپ پنجم 1392؛ موضوع: داستانهای کارآگاهی از نویسندگان انگلیسی - سده 19 م
مترجم: سید حبیب الله لزگی؛ تهران، ذکر، قاصدک، 1392؛ در 16 ص؛ شابک: 9789643075828؛
سر آرتور ایگناتیوس کانن دویل، 1859 میلادی - 1930 میلادی، در ادینبورگ به دنیا آمدند. در رشته پزشکی در دانشگاه همان شهر تحصیل کردند. سپس دستیار دکتر جوزف بل، یکی از استادان خود شدند. معروفست سر آرتور الگوی شخصیت هولمز را از استاد خود گرفته است. ا. شربیانی

مشاهده لینک اصلی
The Adventure of the Cardboard Box opens with Holmes and Watson sweltering in their Baker Street rooms. Holmes though shows his deductive ability by apparently reading the mind of Dr Watson, in regards to the settling of a dispute between General Gordon and Henry Ward Beecher. Watson is of course amazed, although the explanation of events by Holmes makes it seem a simplistic undertaking.

Holmes is much more interested in a small article in one of the London papers; the article telling of the receipt by Miss Susan Cushing, a 50 year old spinster of Cross Street, Croydon, of a package containing two severed ears packed in salt.

Inspector Lestrade was already on the case, but he was coming to 221B Baker Street to consult Sherlock Holmes.

Lestrade has already come to his own conclusions, for it seems that years earlier, Susan Cushing had had three medical students lodging with her, but had been forced to throw them out because of their behaviour. One of these students had come from Belfast, and the fact that the parcel had been dispatched from there, seems conclusive to Lestrade.

Holmes and Watson travel down to Croydon to meet with Lestrade, and the three then meet with Miss Susan Cushing; and Holmes gets to examine the parcel and ears for the first time. Holmes is already surmising a more serious crime is afoot, rather than a medical student prank.

The ears prove to come from a man and a woman, and the fact that they are packed in salt indicates a non-medical practitioner. The parcel is also indicative, for the writing is in the hand of someone with less of an education than a medical student, indeed, the tying of the knot would indicate a sailor has tied it.

Lestrade is not convinced that there is a sinister element to the parcel, for Sarah Cushing has led a life devoid of incident; Holmes is convinced though that the owners of ears have been killed.

A few simple questions are directed to Susan Cushing, and these questions provide all the answers that Holmes needs to solve the case; although by this time Lestrade has returned to Scotland Yard. Susan Cushing has two sisters, Mary and Sarah.

Mary is married to a ship’s steward, Jim Bronwer, and the pair had moved to Liverpool for his job. Sarah had lived with them briefly, but was known to be of an interfering nature, and so had returned to live with Susan, although she had subsequently moved out of the Croydon address.

Holmes and Watson depart, in order that they can visit Sarah Cushing, although on the way Holmes sends a telegram. On arrival at Sarah Cushing’s, the pair find the sister ill with fever, and cannot see her.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
When a lady receives a cardboard box in the post, containing two severed human ears, Sherlock Holmes & Doctor Watson leave the oppressive heat of their Baker Street lodgings for another fascinating adventure.
Its always good to revisit a Holmes story, especially one Ive not read for a long time. Like most of Conan Doyles writing the author gives you more entertainment in a short story than others manage in a whole novel.

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@The Adventure of the Cardboard [email protected] is the second story in the His Last Bow: 8 Stories story collection, the eighth publication in the Sherlock Holmes series.

Holmes investigates the case of a woman who has received two freshly-severed human ears in a cardboard box delivered to her house.

An enjoyable story in typical Holmesian fashion.

مشاهده لینک اصلی
Miss Susan Cushing of Cross Street, Croydon receives a cardboard box sent by post from Belfast. On opening the box she was horrified to find two human ears, freshly severed, inside it. Is it a practical joke or a serious crime?
Miss Susan has two younger sisters, Sarah and Mary. Mary got married to a steward, Jim Browner and resides at Liverpool. Miss Sarah has once been intimate with Jim when she had gone to stay with the Browners, until recently, when a quarrel divided them and she returned to Croydon to stay with her elder sister.
Once again Lestrade has asked for Sherlocks assistance in the case. Whose ears have been severed? Was it sent to Miss Susan or to someone else?
The story ends with an unexpected turn of events which was both startling and astonishing.

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@What is the meaning of it, Watson?” said Holmes solemnly as he laid down the paper. “What object is served by this circle of misery and violence and fear? It must tend to some end, or else our uni- verse is ruled by chance, which is unthinkable. But what end? There is the great standing perennial problem to which human reason is as far from an answer as ever.”

Sad story. What a pity :(

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