John Watson

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  • Sherlock Holmes Qualities

    together. Topic 1: Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes is described as “brilliant” by friends and colleagues, using his knowledge to solve even the most difficult of cases. His brilliance is noted by Dr. Watson, who upon first meeting, is told that he has been in…

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  • The Dying Detective By Arthur Conan Doyle: An Analysis

    most successful if everyone believed him. He did not want Dr. Watson or Mrs. Hudson to accidentally reveal the actuality. Sherlock Holmes was in disguise of a detective, who was severely ill until the end of the story. Sherlock…

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  • Comparing Detective Fiction In Poe And Holmes

    1. Introduction This paper is about the detective fiction in Poe and Doyle, comparing the most important and well-known characters Dupin and Holmes. In order to do this, the paper will be divided in four parts: the detective fiction in both authors, the analysis of Dupin and the analysis of Holmes. In order to understand this work, it will be observed first what detective fiction is. Detective fiction is a genre in which an investigator or a detective, professional or not, investigates a crime,…

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  • Money Pit By David Macdonald Analysis

    This paper deals with the article ‘Oak Island’s Mysterious’ “Money Pit”, written by David MacDonald (A Reader's Digest Classic, originally published in 1965). This piece of literature is mysterious as it talks about the treasure which has been excavated by many people but not yet found. The argument will be developed through a critical review of David MacDonald’s article discussing in turn the fact whether the treasure in the Oak Island is natural or man-made, in other words does the treasure…

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  • Dupin And Holmes: A Comparative Analysis

    Our first assigned reading was Poe’s detective story, The Murders in Rue Morgue. In the story, the unconventional detective Dupin and the unnamed narrator solve the murder with the assistance of the police, their own private investigating, and Dupin’s intellect. When we watched The Study in Pink, similarities could be drawn between Poe’s detective, Dupin, and Doyle’s detective, Sherlock Holmes. For example, Sherlock is an unconventional detective. He also does his own private investigating and…

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  • Holmes And The Stolen Stones Slot Review

    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 atmospheric slot. The game is extremely attractive with 5 jackpots and bonus games. Read our full review to find out…

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  • Symbolism In The Hound Of The Baskervilles

    attempt to escape the hound. He fell dead at the scene from heart problems and sheer terror. Sir Henry Baskerville has just moved into the hall that his family has owned for generations. The only problem is a hound-beast has been haunting the family. Watson and Holmes are called in to help. Sir Henry meets his neighbors and in the end his neighbor Stapleton did the crime. The Hound of the Baskervilles is a great novel written by none other than famous author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator…

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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

    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 of her husband. The Limehouse Golem sets a solemn mood as the…

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  • Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone Character Analysis

    In this essay, the characterization of two characters, Harry Potter in “Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone” and Sherlock Holmes in “The Boscombe Valley Mystery” are the two heroes which would be analyzed. Their characterization would be discussed in two ways. Firstly, how their appearance presented. Secondly, how their actions, which the speech and thought are included, help to present the image of the heroic character. In my point of view, hero is a person who is outstanding with high…

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