A Study in Charlotte Setting

Brittany Cavallaro
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Jamie's dormitory

Jamie's dorm room is significant because he shares it with his roommate Tom, who has been bribed by Bryony to eavesdrop and install a recording device behind the mirror. Charlotte occasionally comes to Jamie's room, and they occasionally discuss the case there. It is deep into the plot before Jamie realizes that Tom is listening. However, at first, he thinks that Tom is just nosy. It is only at the end that Jamie finds that Tom is reporting what he hears to Bryony.

The Lab

The Lab is a special place for both Jamie and Charlotte. It is special for Charlotte because it is a place where she is able to be herself and do what she does best. The original Holmes was not an academic, even though he was brilliant. Likewise, Charlotte seems to have little interest in her classes, but she does have a vast...

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