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The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes (fiscle part-I)

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The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes (fiscle part-I)
To Sherlock Holmes She Is Always The Woman. I Have Seldom Heard
Him Mention Her Under Any Other Name. In His Eyes She Eclipses
And Predominates The Whole Of Her Sex. It Was Not That He Felt
Any Emotion Akin To Love For Irene Adler. All Emotions, And That
One Particularly, Were Abhorrent To His Cold, Precise But
Admirably Balanced Mind. He Was, I Take It, The Most Perfect
Reasoning And Observing Machine That The World Has Seen, But As A
Lover He Would Have Placed Himself In A False Position. He Never
Spoke Of The Softer Passions, Save With A Gibe And A Sneer. They
Were Admirable Things For The Observer--Excellent For Drawing The
Veil From Men's Motives And Actions. But For The Trained Reasoner
To Admit Such Intrusions Into His Own Delicate And Finely
Adjusted Temperament Was To Introduce A Distracting Factor Which
Might Throw A Doubt Upon All His Mental Results. Grit In A
Sensitive Instrument, Or A Crack In One Of His Own High-Power
Lenses, Would Not Be More Disturbing Than A Strong Emotion In A
Nature Such As His. And Yet There Was But One Woman To Him, And
That Woman Was The Late Irene Adler, Of Dubious And Questionable
Memory.


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