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He had steady grey eyes. He affected a certain quiet primness of dress MUSG1.
He usually wear a tweed suit or frock-coat, and occasionally an ulster STUD Smoking habits Holmes smoked cigars, cigarettes, and of course, pipes. Three specific pipes are mentioned: He smoked occasionally an old briar-root pipe.
SIGN63 He smoked a cherrywood in a disputatious mood. COPP4 He had a litter of pipes over the mantelpiece of his bedroom.
DYINNote that, contrary to the image widespread today, Sherlock Holmes was never smoking a calabash pipe in his adventures. Few men were capable of greater muscular effort, and he was undoubtedly one of the finest boxers of his weight; but he looked upon aimless bodily exertion as a waste of energy, and he seldom bestirred himself save where there was some professional object to be served.
Then he was absolutely untiring and indefatigable. He was a fair runner HOUN He possessed a strength for which one would hardly credit him. He complained that idleness exhausted him completely SIGN The rest of me is a mere appendix.
MAZA86 He had an abnormally acute set of senses. The state of his health was not a matter in which he himself took the faintest interest DEVI9. But sometimes, nothing was sufficient to rouse him from his nervous prostration.
He practised several sports: He loved above all things precision and concentration of thought SOLI. What you do in this world is a matter of no consequence. The question is, what can you make people believe that you have done. His most obvious weakness was that he was impatient with less alert intelligences than his own BRUC.
He loved admiration and applause. The same singularly proud and reserved nature which turned away with disdain from popular notoriety was capable of being moved to its depth by spontaneous wonder and praise from a friend SIXN He found it wise to impress clients with a sense of power BLAN He admitted that once or twice in his career he felt he had done more harm by his discovery of the criminal than he had made himself, for his crime ABBE.
He forgived other personal vendettas CHAS and admitted he felt directly responsible for the death of Dr.
He was a believer in the genius loci VALL He took little care for his own safety when his mind was absorbed by a problem THOR, but he thought as stupidity rather than courage to refuse to recognise danger when it is close upon him FINA And as he loved above all things precision and concentration of thought, he resented anything which distracted his attention SOLI He would never permit cases to overlap, and his clear and logical mind would not be drawn from its present work to dwell upon memories of the past HOUN He has seldom claimed any large reward for his inestimable services.
So unworldly was he - or so capricious - that he frequently refused his help to the powerful and wealthy where the problem made no appeal to his sympathies, while he would devote weeks of most intense application to the affairs of some humble client whose case presented those strange and dramatic qualities which appealed to his imagination and challenged his ingenuity BLAC3.attributed to the literary agent sir arthur conan doylesherlock holmes father of tne joubnal op much of the timethe creation reception and perpetuation of the sherlock holmes phenomenon a matter of spatter 68th the international exhibition, welcome to forensic science sherlock, arthur conan doyle sherlock holmes, the hound of the.
Arthur Conan Doyle Like the elusive Sherlock Holmes, his most famous creation, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a man of many contradictions.
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most enduring creation was Sherlock Holmes, the logical detective who appeared in dozens of stories and four novels by Conan Doyle and who has more recently been. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator and author of the Sherlock Holmes stories, became intrigued with the psychic phenomena being explored in the spiritual movement of that time.
He lectured on that topic for the remainder of his benjaminpohle.coms: 2. The Hound of the Baskervilles is the third of the crime novels written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle featuring the detective Sherlock benjaminpohle.comally serialised in The Strand Magazine from August to April , it is set largely on Dartmoor in Devon in England's West Country and tells the story of an attempted murder inspired by the legend of a fearsome, diabolical hound of supernatural origin.