The Adventure of the Speckled Band Essay | Sherlock Holmes

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Sherlock Holmes

Summary: As depicted in the story The Adventure of the Speckled Bard, Sherlock Holmes exhibits an intelligence and cleverness that goes beyond the traits of a common investigator. His powers of observation and deduction are most apparent when he meets his client Helena Stoner and when he investigates both Helena's bedroom and the room of her stepfather.
Sherlock Holmes

In the Adventure of the Speckled Band, Sherlock Holmes' character is not as common as any investigator in life. He reveals an intelligence and cleverness personality. His qualities are shown in different ways through the story. One way is when he meets his client Helena Stoner. Other actions that show his characteristics are when he investigates Helena's bedroom and the inspection of Dr. Grimesby Roylott's room, her stepfather.

At the beginning of the story, Holmes meets a client named Helena Stoner who is looking for his help because she wants him to solve the crime of her twin Julia. He begins revealing his qualities. For example, when Holmes meets Helena Stoner, he observed a pitiful appearance and a half of a return ticket in the palm of her left glove. This brought attention to Holmes because for him that means that she had passed through some...

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