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The Knight's Cross Signal Problem

By Bramah, Ernest

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Title: The Knight's Cross Signal Problem  
Author: Bramah, Ernest
Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
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Excerpt: ?Louis,? exclaimed Mr. Carrados, with the air of genial gaiety that Carlyle had found so incongruous to his conception of a blind man, ?you have a mystery somewhere about you! I know it by your step.? Nearly a month had passed since the incident of the false Dionysius had led to the two men meeting. It was now December. Whatever Mr. Carlyle?s step might indicate to the inner eye it betokened to the casual observer the manner of a crisp, alert, self?possessed man of business. Carlyle, in truth, betrayed nothing of the pessimism and despondency that had marked him on the earlier occasion. ?You have only yourself to thank that it is a very poor one,? he retorted. ?If you hadn't held me to a hasty promise? ?To give me an option on the next case that baffled you, no matter what it was? ?Just so. The consequence is that you get a very unsatisfactory affair that has no special interest to an amateur and is only baffling because it is well ?

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