The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes

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  • 'Moriarty In Memoirs Of Sherlock'

    Professor Moriarty was Sherlock Holmes's arch-enemy from the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle series of Sherlock Holmes. Moriarty appears in The Final Problem from the book "Memoirs of Sherlock" where he fights Sherlock on the top of Reichenbach falls. He is mentioned in the books "His Last Bow" and "The Valley of Fear". Professor Moriarty was a good villian because he was a mathemtic pshycopath, consulting criminal, and obsessed with destroying Sherlock Holmes. Professor Moriarty was a pshycopath who was a math genuis. In the story, The Final Problem, Moriarty says to Sherlock (Sherlock is retelling the conversation he had to John), " 'Well, well,' said he at last. 'It seems a pity, but I have done what I could. I know every move of your game. You can do nothing before Monday. It has been a duel between you and me, Mr. Holmes. You hope to place me in the dock. I tell you that I will never stand in the dock. You hope to beat me. I tell you that you will never beat me. If you are clever enough to bring destruction upon me, rest assured that I shall do as much for you.' " This is one quote is enough to scary anyone and to leave the impression of the person who is a crazy. Sherlock had previously told John that Moriarty was a retired math professor. He was a consulting criminal. At the…

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  • The Adventure Of The Empty House Analysis

    Doyle, Arthur Conan. The Original Illustrated Sherlock Holmes: 37 Short Stories plus a Complete Novel. Secaucus, N.J.: Castle, 1978. Print. The Adventure of the Empty House is one of the short stories that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle writes about Sherlock Holmes. This story tell how Holmes comes back from what everyone thought was his apparent death at the hands of Professor Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls. Holmes (in disguise) surprises his faithful companion Dr. John H. Watson after bumping into…

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  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's The Final Problem

    encounters between Holmes and Professor Moriarty and Holmes’s conclusion in solving this narratives’ problem. Concepts that will be used include ideas related to Russian Formalism, and Structuralism. With Russian Formalism, motivation is a key concept that will be discussed. Then, with Structuralism, aside from the basic units of the narrative such as functions and indices, order and duration are thoroughly analyzed. The speaker of this narrative is Watson, Holmes’s partner…

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  • Analysis Of The Final Problem By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

    In Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “The Final Problem”, a short story in his collection The Memoirs of Sherlock Homes, he introduces a character known as Professor James Moriarty. Doyle’s creation of Moriarty was influenced by major criminals, who were known for terrorizing Victorian England such as Adam Worth and Jack the Ripper. Doyle had designed Moriarty to be a criminal mastermind who represents an opposition towards Victorian morality, and made him an “other” of Victorian England’s society.…

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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 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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  • 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…

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  • Sherlock Holmes Character Analysis

    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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  • Similarities Between Sherlock Holmes And Christopher Boone

    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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  • A Study In Scarlet, By Sherlock Holmes

    In A Study in Scarlet, by Sir Author Conan Doyle, he uses a witty and brilliant 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…

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