Jeremy Brett

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  • Analysis Of 'The Adventure Of The Speckled Band'

    Undoubtedly, Sherlock Holmes was not guilty for killing Dr. Roylott! Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in “The Adventure of the Speckled Band” developed Dr. Roylott into a cruel character, who later died from his own crime that Sherlock Holmes attempted to solve. Nevertheless, Sherlock Holmes was unequivocally not culpable for Dr. Roylott’s death! Sherlock Holmes found several pieces of evidence to make a logical prediction. Predictions are not always accurate; he did not know all the facts of the situation. Dr. Roylott was foolish for not thinking about the adverse 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 Holmes obtained several clues to construct a prediction, he was not definite on the results of what would happen. Sherlock Holmes discovered valuable clues to the mystery in order to make an educated conjecture; however, he did not know all the factual details. When Sherlock Holmes examined the bedroom Julia had died in, he found useful information. There was a fraudulent bell rope, a ventilator that led to Dr. Roylott’s room, and the bed was clamped to the floor. While inspecting Dr. Roylott’s chamber, Sherlock Holmes detected a metal safe, a bowl of milk, a worn out chair that seemed to be stood on frequently, and a dog leash with a slim loop around the front. He was informed by Helen that gypsies were occupied at the residence. Wild…

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  • Sherlock Holmes: A Super Hero

    Sherlock Holmes has become known as a tremendously intelligent and unique individual who has a strong passion for solving mysteries. In fact, his name has almost come to stand for, someone who almost seems to have telepathy. Sherlock in the new adaptations, Elementary, House M.D. and Sherlock Holmes, has the ability to look at any given character he can distinguish their life story without even speaking a single word to them, just using his observations. Within the BBC vision of Sherlock, he…

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  • Sherlock Comedy

    Sherlock: The Series that Cures Societies Troubles There’s is arguably nothing worse in life than boredom. If given a chance to alleviate the mundanity of our everyday lives we would all gladly take it. Well, luckily there is or has been a remedy for boredom. Some people (the fans) have argued that the cure for our insufferable and bland lives has been on screen since 2010. And it’s name is Sherlock. The tv show brought to us by the BBC has become a cult phenomenon since it hit our screens in…

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  • Sherlock Holmes Qualities

    You are a literary scholar and expert on the mystery genre. You have been asked to deliver a guest lecture for a college course in criminal justice; specifically, you must discuss the qualities of a good detective. Write a lecture that compares two popular detectives, one of whom must be Sherlock Holmes. The other detective can be from another work of literature, a film, or a television series. Evaluate the fictional detectives’ positive and negative qualities, their strategies, and their…

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  • The Dying Detective By Arthur Conan Doyle: An Analysis

    In the story “The Dying Detective,” Sherlock Holmes utilized his intelligence to obtain the truth about a crime committed by Mr. Culverton Smith. The whodunit was written by Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock Holmes planned to frame Mr. Culverton Smith. In order for him to do so, Sherlock Holmes acted as if he had a life threatening disease; he feigned his death. Mr. Culverton had given Sherlock Holmes the box that contained deadly poison. Sherlock Holmes did not tell anyone he was faking because he…

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  • Holmes And The Stolen Stones Slot Review

    Holmes and the Stolen Stones slot review Welcome to the mysterious and dangerous world of Victorian London and the company of the greatest detective of all times – Sherlock Holmes. Holmes and the Stolen Stones slot from Yggdrasil Gaming is one of the highly anticipated slots of released on September 2015. Follow the most respected detective and his right hand Dr Watson (both looking like they were hitting the gym for at least a year!) as they try to find the stolen diamonds in this well-done…

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  • Challenges In The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime By Mark Haddon

    In the novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, author Mark Haddon tells the tale of a young Christopher Boone, and his journey to uncover the mystery of who killed his neighbor’s dog, Wellington. Christopher narrates this story in a unique way, giving readers a glimpse into the mind of a fifteen year-old boy who has Asperger’s Syndrome, a type of autistic disorder. Christopher uses unconventional quirks, such as his excellence in mathematics, his keen photographic memory, and…

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  • Sherlock Holmes In Arthur Conan Doyle's The Sing Of Four

    Sherlock Holmes is a detective hero of all times, a fictional character who is more famous than his creator Arthur Conan Doyle. The Scottish author Doyle wrote one of his well-known novel “The Sing of Four starring” the unique and detailed character Sherlock Holmes. Although Doyle has never been a colonist nor his character Holmes, the novel presents the idea of the British empire and its power along with the danger of colonized India and its people through Victorian perspective. I shall start…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Hound Of The Baskervilles Book And Movie

    The Hound of the Baskervilles Book vs. Movie In Victorian England lies one of the greatest authors in the mystery genre, the father of the detective story, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. The Hound of the Baskervilles, one of his best works, was written in 1902. It is in the perspective of Dr. Watson, who is working along with Mr. Sherlock Holmes to try and solve the murder of Sir Charles Baskerville. However, in 2002, one hundred years later, David Atwood directed a…

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  • The Dog In The Nighttime Reflection

    Rational: The Curious of the dog in the night-time is a novel written by Mark Haddon. This book, published in 2003. The main character is Christopher, who has a mental problem suffering from Asperger’s Syndrome. I am going to write a day, Christopher’s diary when he finds out his favorite teacher (Siobhan) has left and she sends a letter to him. I will start a Christopher’s diary with a quite good day and when he receives a letter, which the color of this letter is his favorite. Then I’ll show…

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