Trigger Warning - “The Case of Death and Honey” Summary & Analysis

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Summary

“The Case of Death and Honey” is a short story that takes place within the world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock Holmes.” This story takes place partially towards the end of Holmes’ detective career. The work consists of two interwoven stories that shift back and forth at different points in the story. The summaries below explain each story separately,

The first storyline centers around Sherlock Holmes. He has become bored with investigating regular crimes. He exclaims that while reading crime reports in the newspaper, he can figure out who committed the crime before he is done reading. Afterwards, he visits his brother Mycroft. Holmes explains that his brother is sick, most likely due to his weight and indulgent lifestyle. Mycroft recommends that he try to solve the mystery of death, as it would be a much more...

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