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    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a British physician that later in life decided to change his career choice and become a writer. This drastic career change caused the world to be influenced by one of the most famous authors and creators of all time. Arthur Doyle has always been inspired to become an author because of his interests in spiritualism‚ politics‚ and medicine. These interests were displayed in his mysterious writing style. You can really tell an author by his or her novels. The creation of

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    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Thesis: Using his spare time to write short stories‚ Sir Arthur Conan Doyle became a significant‚ successful writer of his time. I. Preface on Doyle’s Life A. Life as a child B. Student life II. Puerile becomes Professional A. Works as an author B. Career life III. Perspective and Philosophies A. Religion or faith B. Social Outlook C. Influences or impacts Sir Arthur Conan Doyle “How often have I said to you that when you have

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    Holmes in the Hound of Baskervilles. Arthur Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh‚ Scotland on May 22‚ 1859. Originally published in 1887‚ A Study in Scarlet‚ was Conan Doyle’s introduction to the wonderful characters Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson. Conan Doyle would go on to write about 60 more stories about the cunning detective Sherlock Holmes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s works were influenced by his medical education‚ his trips‚ and his faith in Spiritualism. The Doyles were a prosperous Irish-Catholic

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    SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE’S LIFE AND SHERLOCK HOLMES Gabriel Bingei March 4‚ 2013 Mrs. Marie Thompson English In this paper‚ every OPINION from someone else has been acknowledged in a parenthetical citation. I realize that the mere presence of a parenthetical citation does not avoid plagiarism. If I have used the exact words‚ phrases‚ clauses‚ or sentences of someone else‚ I have enclosed that information in quotation marks; but I have stated those opinions in my own words. I have also introduced

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    Grubbs 1 Austin Grubbs Mr. Andrzejewski English IV 3 May 2013 The Life and Works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a Scottish writer and physician best known for his captivating stories about the mischievous Sherlock Holmes. Conan Doyle‚ as he was casually known‚ lived a somewhat interesting life and made many advances in the world of literature. Personal experiences greatly influenced Doyle’s novels and short stories. From actively investigating real life criminal

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    The Hound of the Baskervilles Paragraph In The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle‚ Sherlock Holmes is a very memorable detective. One of his memorable characteristics is that he is very observant. He observes his surroundings like nobody else does. An example of this is Holmes saying to Watson‚ “The world is full of obvious things which nobody by chance ever observes” (pg. 36). Another example of this is when Holmes notices Watson eyeing the walking stick left in Holmes’s apartment

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    Sherlock Holmes has been called‚ “the most perfect reasoning and observing machine that the world has ever seen.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle shows us just how this reasoning “machine” operates in A Scandal in Bohemia. Showing how his canny wits‚ keen observation skills‚ and analytical reasoning affirm Sherlock to be a highly intelligent individual. Constantly‚ Sherlock observes countless items that the majority of people would not notice. After Watson comments about his eyes being as superior as Sherlock’s

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    Does Conan Doyle present Sherlock Holmes as a typical hero? Sherlock Holmes is a methodical‚ fictional detective who was created by the ingenious author‚ Conan Doyle. In this period of time‚ Victorian London was a fascinating place to live in‚ since there were economical and political developments. However‚ poverty‚ prostitution‚ drug abuse and murder were also common. Most of the citizens were in shock and awe of these crimes and keen to know who committed these startling felonies. In 1888‚ a horrible

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    How Sir Arthur Conan Doyle creates suspense in the Story “ The Speckled Band” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle builds up suspense in the story ‘The Speckled Band” in many different ways. One of the ways that Doyle builds up suspense throughout the story is by weaving in lots of red herrings into the storyline. The reader believes one thing whilst the story twists at the end and reveals something completely different. As an example‚ when Miss Stoner’s sister dies and makes reference to a ‘Band” ‚ the

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    How Arthur Conan Doyle Builds Tension for the Reader in the Extract on Pages 60-61 Conan Doyle builds tension in ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ in many ways‚ for instance personification and his use of detailed description. This extract contains several examples of these techniques‚ which I will analyse in this essay. The extract begins with a charming description of Devon‚ ‘a sweet‚ simple country spot’ this lulls you into the false hope that nothing will go wrong here as it is too nice a place

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