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  • Essay On The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night

    British author Mark Haddon wrote the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The story revolves around a young boy called Christopher John Francis Boone who investigates the murder of a neighbor’s dog, which leads him to a journey that will change his life forever. Despite his mental illness, he learns to face the difficulties of his world and to be capable of everything he can do. Because of these unique characteristics, I find this book one of the best books I have ever read.…

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  • The Hound Of The Baskervilles: A Character Analysis

    well-known duo’s was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.Throughout his book, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Sherlock Holmes and John Watson can be seen as two complete opposites. Their differences are revealed through the roles they play in the book, how they think, and how they change from the beginning to the end of the novel. Even through their hardships and disagreements, Watson and Holmes use their differences to make up the amazing team that we all know and love. These contrasts are what…

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  • The Orient Express By Agatha Christie

    The Orient express by Agatha Christie is the best selling novel in the 1930’s . One of the series and adventures for Hercule Poirot the best detective, faced his hardest case yet. The story is about the great detective Hercule Poirot trying to solve the case on who killed the wanted criminal Rachette , this novel is taken place in the 1930’s in a snow storm which later on gets the train stuck . Later on as Hercule is trying to figure out who has murder the man he finds out something more deeper…

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  • Sherlock Trail Across London Analysis

    bank on the west side we are definitely going to come across couple of more locations like the Waterloo Bridge and the way towards the Victoria Embankment where the series projected the meeting of Holmes and Dr. Watson. When we see the scene from the Blind Banker where Holmes and Watson leisurely walked you can do the same if you plan to catch up and see the same place in reality. As we head inlands towards the famous Charing cross area and taking a little detour we get on the Northumberland…

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  • Analysis Of Three Bags Full By Leonie Swann

    Three Bags Full is a murder mystery novel by Leonie Swann, which follows the tale of a flock of sheep detectives on the mission to find their shepherd's murderer. The novel begins right at the point - George Glenn, a shepherd residing in the Irish town of Glennkill, is found dead on his pasture with a shovel driven right through his corpse. Led by Maple, the smartest sheep in the herd, the flock decides to try and solve the murder in the name of justice. Two days after the murder, a shepherd…

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  • A Study In Pink Analysis

    Can all information be uncovered by the science of deduction? Sherlock Holmes is a consulting detective who works to prove that it can. Sherlock has the extraordinary ability to reveal characteristics of strangers, simply by observing what most people fail to notice. His skills are expressed in literature, A Study in Scarlet, and motion picture, “A Study in Pink”. Both of these storylines follow Holmes and his assistant as they expose the clues behind a suspicious murder. The passage and show…

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  • Who Is The White Knight In The Maltese Falcon

    Written in 1939 and directed in 1941 respectively, The Big Sleep by Raymond Chandler and The Maltese Falcon by John Huston are iconic in the detective genre for reinventing what it really means to be a detective in the world of literature. Their main characters are a far cry from the Sherlock Holmes and the Philo Vance type of private eye who never make any mistakes and always get the better of the villain. Instead, their detectives are gritty, hardened, and deeply flawed. However, one detective…

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  • Analysis Of 'The Adventure Of The Speckled Band'

    consequences that could happen when using a dangerous snake. Sherlock Holmes was ultimately trying to protect himself, Dr. Watson, and Helen Stoner from the inexorable case. Although Sherlock…

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  • The Limehouse Golem Film Analysis

    Set in the late 1800’s during industrial Victorian London The Limehouse Golem combines the classic idea of a detective murder mystery with a ‘rags to riches’ coming of age story with a deadly ending. Based off of the novel Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem by Peter Ackroyd (1994) the audience follows rising Inspector John Kildare in his search for the serial murderer dubbed the Limehouse Golem and his interactions with former music hall star Elizabeth Cree as she awaits prosecution for the death…

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  • Sherlock Holmes: A Super Hero

    story along with your entire family tree. Secondly, House Holmes’s spin off character House can diagnose his patient’s illness’ without ever meeting them. Lastly, while viewing the show series Elementary, Mr. Holmes takes on crime with his partner Watson and leaves your mind wondering, how did he know that? Holmes has become a household name: he’s intelligent and witty, and without a doubt Sherlock Holmes has adapted through the twenty first century. He has become a super human character as he…

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