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    some interest, particularly in America, and Doyle resumed sharing the tales of Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes. Holmes starred in a collection of novels and short stories, as well as became the basis for various movies and television series. A Study in Scarlet, the first Sherlock Holmes fiction, began with Watson and his narrative of the time before he met Holmes and shortly after they moved in together. When army doctor John Hamish Watson was injured in action, he moved to London and ran into an

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    well known author he is today is titles A Study in Scarlet. Doyle’s complete name is Sir Author Conan Doyle. The two main characters in this book are Sherlock Holmes and his roommate John H. Watson, they were a couple of friends who live together and solved cases. Events in all of our lives make certain impacts or when we meet certain people that we can never forget, Conan Doyle did the same thing with the Sherlock Holmes stories. A Study in Scarlet reveals a story of how a wonderful friendship

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    satisfy the needs of customers. (Rivers et.al 2008 p.627) Small town healthcare facilities are under more pressure than their larger counterparts to effectively compete in this increasing market. Scarlet Hospital is a not for profit provider of general medical services located

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    1.) What appeals to you most about being a Team Captain on the Scarlet Ambassador Team? I am interested in becoming a Team Captain to have an opportunity to lead the Scarlet Ambassador team in a way that is productive as well as a positive experience for all of the employees. In addition, I feel that through my time at the Visitor Center I have had the opportunity to observe and learn from our current team captains and possess the necessary skills required to be a successful captain. Also, I am a

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    reflect the majorities’ moral code, but instead reflect the society’s morally perverted standards. In this corrupted society, the criminal becomes someone who uses the new laws to evade punishment for moral atrocities. The Handmaids Tail and A Study in Scarlet, argue that breaking moral laws defines a true criminal more than breaking state laws. This is illustrated by the main character’s views, physical appearance, and the use of Christianity. The main characters give most of the opinions and thoughts

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    Sherlock Holmes: a study in scarlet is the first short story in which readers meet Holmes and Watson. The novel depicts the society at the time of publication; in a rich and vivid detail. Highlighting topical issues; such as religion, the authority and morality of the police, the introduction of forensic science, and its effect on society. The reader is first introduced to the protagonist while conducting a blood test in a chemical laboratory. "I've found it! I've found it," he shouted to my companion

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    A Study of Hello, All About Eve; Scarlet and Joy Division; and The Eternal Introduction I have chosen to study Evanescence – Hello, All About Eve – Scarlet and Joy Division – The Eternal. These pieces are all from the gothic genre yet each has individual features that make them very different from each other. This can provoke people into believing that they lie more comfortably into a sub-genre, for example; gothic rock, gothic folk etc. The main features of gothic music are hard to pinpoint

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    While reading Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Arthur Conan Doyle's A Study in Scarlet and Sign of the Four, I found myself impatiently competing against Mr. Utterson and Sherlock Holmes to find out the solutions to the crimes.  Stevenson and Doyle cleverly use the imagination of their protagonists to display through fictional literature the concern late Victorians felt about the rise of a new science.  The characters of Utterson and Holmes resemble each other

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    Dual-Self Characters in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and A Study in Scarlet and Sign of Four The character, Jekyll/Hyde, from The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, written by Robert Lewis Stevenson, and the characters Bartholomew and Thaddeus Sholto from A Study in Scarlet and Sign of Four, written by Sir Arthur Canon Doyle, exhibit dual-self characteristics. The Jekyll/Hyde and Sholto twin characters have many strong similarities as well as distinct but related differences.  Interestingly

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    Holmes is well a known fictional detective to the public, he is most famous for his mastery at using logic adroit observation to solve cases. Sherlock Holmes presents multiple times his talent for noticing tiny details such as in the novels A Study in Scarlet and The Man with the Twisted Lip. In the two criticisms works his cleverness and technique is brought to light. Author Conan Doyle incorporated a lot details to make Holmes seem real. Holmes can be considered a “Romantic Hero” because time after

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