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    Sherlock is a man of many faces. From the classic tales written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to the modern adaptations such as BBC’s Sherlock, the man that is Sherlock Holmes has been around for centuries. While there may be various modern Sherlock Holmes’, there is one that is far superior to the rest, one that takes on the characteristics of the original Sherlock Holmes. This Sherlock Holmes was well represented in these movies and was accurate to the stories that I’ve read. The best Sherlock…

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    Author (Sir) Arthur Conan Doyle wrote his first Holmes story, A Study in Scarlet, in year 1886. Transcending literature onto stage and screen, Sherlock Holmes continues to fascinate audiences to this day. The Sherlock Holmes exhibition of The Museum of London titled “The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never Die”, London’s first on the detective since 1951, uses early film, photography and paintings plus original Victorian era artefacts to recreate the atmosphere of Sherlock’s London, and to…

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    lapse of both Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock exploits moral tolerances in pursuit of the greater good. Throughout the progression of novel and film, both Ritchie and Doyle utilize Sherlock’s path of destruction to emphasize a prevailing cataclysmic culture and acclimation to violence over time throughout America. Without the use of excessive force, Doyle’s rendition of Sherlock Holmes has no arduousness…

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    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 Holmes Qualities

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    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 relative successes and failures. Present generalizations about the characteristics necessary for a person to become a successful detective in real life. Sherlock Holmes - Hercule Poirot Topic sentence: The littlest things can…

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    detective named Sherlock Holmes to show the audience how investigators solved crime back then during that time period and the different technology they used to solve them and how it is different today’s technology. In the show series Sherlock, the episode “A Study in Pink”, gives a little bit of a modern take on A Study in Scarlet and shows how technology advancements can make the better. Having these modern twists strengthens the story, A Study in Scarlet. In A Study in Scarlet, Sherlock…

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    Delving into an individual’s personality, none the less Sherlock Holmes’s, can both interesting as well as informative, due to the uniqueness that each individual’s personality possesses. Sherlock, from the BBC television series is a highly intelligent consultant, who is extremely adept at his detection skill which increases his ability of solving cases that others find difficult. While Sherlock is a master of deduction, he is not without his own short comings which include: his is inability to…

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    Sherlock Holmes has become a legendary character, appearing first in the stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the character of Holmes has been adapted into many modern day television shows. A very prominent show on television today is the Sherlock Holmes show that is aired by BBC. Another, more obscure, t.v. show is Lie to Me, which aired on Fox. The BBC’s Sherlock better embodies the essence of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock stories through the personality of the main character, their…

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    Throughout various television adaptations of Arthur Connan Doyle’s legendary Sherlock Holmes, Watson's, Sherlocks’s close companion’s, general charectaristics have largely remained the same in all of the series that are considered for the purposes of this essey, on the flip side, all of them have taken some liberties with him and his backstory, personality, and other aspects of his person. In Granada Television’s „Sherlock Holmes“ – a TV series where the action takes place in London of our past…

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    TV Show, Movie, and Book of Sherlock Holmes Comparison In this paper I will discuss the difference and similarities. Sherlock Holmes was in the television show and movie. Holmes was the main character. I will also discuss the characters and how Holmes solved the crimes. The characters closely relate to the attention in detail in the television episodes and the movie in comparison to the book. The movie and the book added a few further explanations to the book that were not quite as clear when…

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