The Adventures Of The Speckled Band By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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“The Adventures of the Speckled Band” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The story consists of four characters that experience many conflicts to find out what happened throughout the story. These characters include Helen Stoner, Dr. Roylott, Dr. Watson, and Sherlock Holmes. Helen Stoner was shown to be a timid, articulate, wise, and proper young woman. Dr. Watson was an undeniably loyal, brave, and compassionate medical doctor. Sherlock Holmes was a clever and persistent detective. Lastly, Dr. Roylott could have been considered an aggressive, abusive, and a quite intimidating man. Rather an obstacle throughout the story itself. The story and its unfolding events occurred in April 1883 in a town called Stoke Moran. The main conflict is how Helen Stoner feared for her life and questioned her sister, Julia’s strange and mysterious death on the eve of her wedding. Helen came to visit Dr. Watson for assistance with this case. From there, the story developed much further with more conflicts that included some true and proven true clues and some rather false clues.
Some conflicts occurred as well; with themselves, others around them, and even an animal. Shortly after Helen discussed her major issue with Dr. Roylott, he rushed into the house of Sherlock Holmes at an early hour. Roylott did not take into consideration or regard to what Holmes may be doing or his reaction to this ignorant action. Holmes discovered the importance of this situation after discussing it with Dr. Roylott.…

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