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    A Comparison Between Sherlock Holmes and Shawn Spencer Although Sherlock Holmes and Shawn Spencer are similar in their strategies in solving a mystery, the way that they interact with their sidekicks, their skills at perceiving a crime scene and methods identifies who the more advantageous detective is or how they are equally effective. Shawn Spencer is just as effective as Sherlock Holmes by how he observes every inch of the crime scene. Holmes interacts with his sidekick by sending him off…

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    Sherlock Holmes and John Watson are one of the most well known duos in literature. In all the Sherlock Holmes works by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, one follows the pair solve crime after crime, often with little evidence. Holmes’ ability to spot clues in seemingly impossible places makes him a fine detective. Watson does not have the same skills as Holmes, but his knowledge in medicine contributes considerably. Their love for solving crimes allows them to connect, something that many find difficult…

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    well-known Sherlock Holmes and the other is Gojeonbu(A classic club) which centers around a club that studies classics. More precisely, two characters of each series will be analyzed in terms of the double sidedness concept. Detective Sherlock Holmes and his assistant Watson are the characters from the first selection. In the Gojeonbu series, detective Oreki Hotarou and heroine Chitanda Eru will be analyzed. Not only the essay will deal with these individual characters` double sidedness,…

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    Adapted many times and having countless tumblrs dedicated to the tale, Sherlock Holmes: The Final Problem is the world's most treasured classic adventure. It comes as no surprise that BBC took the English tale and made it one of their own, but did their adaption, Sherlock: The Reichenbach Fall, live up to the expectation? It comes with a change of century and characters that have been moulded into, what some would falsely criticise, entirely new beings. BBC's adaption is surprisingly new… and so…

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    “Elementary, my dear Watson.” Sherlock Holmes’s famous catchphrase is still widely recognized throughout modern society. Much to his own surprise, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle became one of the most famed authors in the field of crime fiction after the creation of British private detective Sherlock Holmes and his associate Dr. John Watson. Even though the novels and short stories were published during the late 1800’s, people today still consider Holmes the most well-known detective of all time. The…

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    Sherlock Holmes is a round character. There are multiple facets to his personality. For example, he is very observant, but he is also modest when it comes to his talents. When Holmes explains how he followed Watson’s train of thought during his reverie, Watson is amazed. Holmes says in response, “It was very superficial, my dear Watson.” It can also be assumed that Holmes doesn’t like to be alone. While dreaming of going on a vacation, Watson says about Holmes: “Neither the country nor the sea…

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    most recognized being Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot. Though Sherlock Holmes, created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and Hercule Poirot, created by Agatha Christie, are both famed intellectual detectives and share many aspects, there are also many distinctions that distinguish their characters from one another, the most prominent examples being their appearance, their…

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    Holmes Breaking the Law?! In the story “The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton” (1904) by Sir Arthur Canon Doyle, the author shows us that Sherlock Holmes breaks the law for the sake of helping and protecting the upper class people, leaving the lower class people behind and using them to get threw the case he’s dealing with. We can all agree that he’s wrong but at the same time its smart of the way he does it. Holmes breaks the law by tricking Milvertons’ maid in order to get information…

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    Holmes and the Stolen Stones Everyone knows who Sherlock Holmes is. When you think of the famed Arthur Donan Coyle character, you probably get an image of a foggy evening with mysterious jazzy music playing in the background, with Holmes holding his hand to his face deep in thought. When it comes down to it, nobody argue against the allure of the famed British detective. If you’ve ever wanted to step into the shoes of the famous crusader, you’re in luck - this next slot game gives you the…

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    Comparing Sherlock Holmes with Christopher Boone Did Sherlock Holmes himself encounter any form of autism? Do you think Sherlock Holmes and Christopher Boone encounter differences instead of sharing similarities? Sherlock Holmes was known as a famous autistic detective in the 1800 's (Sherlock Holmes biography). It was unclear how he could solve crimes on such little knowledge of the information. Sherlock Holmes was not autistic. For a long time, everyone was sure he had a case of the…

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