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    the 1890’s in “A Scandal in Bohemia,” written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, there is a prime example of clever trickery between Irene Adler and Sherlock Holmes. The word clever is usually owned by Holmes, but not in this instance. It all starts with Adler deceptively blackmailing the King of Bohemia with a picture, who then hires Holmes to retrieve this picture. Ultimately, Adler cracks Holmes’ plan and outwits him, keeping the picture away from him, telling him how she did it too. This irks Sherlock

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    A detective story is a genre of fiction in which a person attempts to solve a crime. The detective may be a professional or an amateur, and generally has nothing to gain from solving the crime. However in Sophocles’ “Oedipus the King”, the main character Oedipus is not only determined to solve a crime, but he is also in pursuit to find his own identity. This is similar to Arthur Conan Doyle’s “A Scandal in Bohemia” where Sherlock Holmes has been hired to work as a detective in return for monetary

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    is the one he rarely took outside of the box. “Well, I …” I was trying to say something, but I could not when I saw Irene Adler come out from Holmes’s room. “Perhaps, Mr. Holmes needs to say something before I talk, I believe.” I smiled at Irene Alder as a gentleman usually does to the lady and stood up from the chair, “Mrs. Adler, how nice to see you here! Please sit.” Irene Adler smiled like a canary and her lovely voice came out of her mouth with a little cunning, “Thank you, Dr. Watson. You are

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    His surveillance skills also have to adapt to Irene because her dominatrix personality and her intelligence create a difficult obstacle when he is trying to focus on breaking the code and gaining access to the photos. Overall, the surveillance in “A Scandal in Belgravia” shows the connection between

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    Irene Adler is a deceitful woman: she uses her own natural and most charismatic characteristic to captivate people, while her most dangerous weapon is, actually, her astute, clever mind and talent for manipulation. She likes to misbehave and to make her way through the world, and her profession is a reflection of her domineering and leading nature; she is a dominatrix, and labels, as judgments, matters nothing to her. Irene is a woman who likes playing games, especially mind ones, and even If she

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    detective while investigating his various mysteries. Holmes has the ability to transform and renegotiate his identity to serve a particular purpose. In “A Scandal in Bohemia”, Irene Adler, as an actress, is capable of this shape shifting as well. In this story, Holmes is hired to recover some criminating letter and photos of Irene Adler and the King of Bohemia, who is fearful that his fiancé will learn of his impropriety. During his investigation Holmes follows Alder disguised as a drunken man, and later

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    Sherlock. It is due to these differences that the episode serves as an effective representation of Doyle’s work for modern audiences. This is achieved through the adaptation of Irene Adler’s character, a dramatic change in plot, and with hidden sexual tension between major characters The character of Irene Adler has always been an important figure in the adaptations of Doyle’s

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    Watson succeeds for she recognizes that Moriarty, presented the resurrection of Irene Adler, is in love with Sherlock still. Watson realizes it when compelled to have lunch with Moriarty/Adler, a meet where takes the situation of an ex-admirer appraising her former love’s new passion. Adler/Moriarty: You’re not afraid of me. Watson: I’m too angry to be afraid. Or maybe it’s just because we’re in a crowded restaurant. Adler/Moriarty: Over the course of my career I’ve plotted exactly seven murders that

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    Watson’s narration encompasses the collective stories of the three main male characters and their characterization of Irene Adler. Therefore, his failure is equally theirs and points to a larger failure of the masculine discourse to properly identify and codify the Woman. With the theory of optics in mind as well as the narrative structural patterns in secrete histories as a guide, we can conclude that Watson, and therefore the masculine discourse, fails as an accurate observer because the information

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    Though the similarities between “The Great Game” and “The Bruce-Partington Plans” may not be as vast as the changes, they are equally, if not more important. The first major theme that was kept the same between the two was Sherlock Holmes’ complete disregard for authority. This theme was kept because it gives Sherlock power. He can go where the law enforcement cannot and do what they cannot. It further reinforces the idea that Sherlock is separate from the law and has more leniency due to his ability

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