Sherlock Holmes Essay | Sherlock Holmes Stories

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Sherlock Holmes Stories

Summary: Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes is a dominant and "in-control" traditionalist of great brilliance. The character captivates readers without technology, fanfare or hype.
Sherlock Holmes Stories

Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock Holmes's stories all straight forward and understandable. They all contain Shakespeare's English in some phrases. His adventurous stories are very entertaining and fascinating and they are still valued by most of the readers.

Just like all the writers he has an introduction for each chapter.

Although he has a good choice of words, some of them are difficult to analyse like in chapter 1 of the "Red Headed League", which says,..."Watson", he said CORDIALLY. Same applies to the "Speckled band", chapter 3) page 52 it says,."..and this she BEQUEATHED to Dr Roylott..."

His good choice of words make it difficult for the reader to part with the book because they make the reader curious and wanting to read on and on to find out what really the outcome was. They contain no fiction and are fairly controlled.

His introduction of characters...

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