CHARACTERS Sherlock Holmes

CHARACTERS Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional British detective Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s creation. He is usually accompanied by his colleague Dr. Watson in his adventures. He is famous for deduction capabilities and intelligence in solving the case. Sherlock Holmes calls himself “consulting detective”, who asked for help in a case when the case is considered too difficult to solve other police officers and detectives; we even heard that he can solve a case without having to leave his home.

He is very reliable in resolving cases of unusual with exceptional analytical skills, and often also demonstrate this ability to create a new client with direct analysis of the person or things you just do the clients. This strategy, of course, never fails to astonish and make the clients believe her ability.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle based his creation of Holmes on his teacher at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Edinburgh, a very gifted surgeon and forensic detective Joseph Bell, which became the new science of forensic science at that time. “Holmes” Oliver Wendell Holmes called for a much admired by Conan Doyle, and the English cricketer named Sherlock.

Sherlock Holmes lived at 221B Baker Street since 1881 where he spent his years with his colleague, dr. John H. Watson, with whom he shared a room for some time until Morstan married Mary Watson in 1890. Landlady was a Scottish woman named Mrs. Hudson.

In most of the Holmes stories accompanied by dr. Watson, who not only colleagues, but also a writer. Most stories told by Dr. Holmes. Watson, on its completion in criminal matters; in subsequent stories, Holmes criticizes Watson for his writing as usual Watson wrote it as a story rather than an explanation ilmiah.Holmes has an older brother, Mycroft Holmes, who appears in three stories, Greek Translator, Last Case, Bruce-Partington Plan

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