Silver Glare by Sherlock Holmes


Sherlock Holmes' novels by author Conan Doyle are seemed by importance in the both of general and academic aspects . In the past 12 years, the criticism has been developed at it to become a constructive discussion. This collection first presents the most interesting and interesting stories of Sherlock Holmes, the "Redhead League", as well as part of the "A Study in Scarlet" and a biography of Doyle's life.

That will help the reader to understand the work of this author. The second book included the story of "The Last Problem" and the third book included the story of the "silver glare" where Sherlock Holmes appeared as the first unofficial advisory man in the world and . About a century ago he imposed himself in the English literature and later he also imposed himself  in the English culture in general, also he became one of the most famous literary characters, and still reserves his stature.


The image that dwells our minds about the author that he is a tall man with skinny face, gorgeous , wearing the elks killer’s hat, and in his mouth a pipe . The reader will discover in this story that Sherlock Holmes's character in fact is part of the writer Conan Doyle’s character . This incident proves this when a woman once asked him for an advice, saying that her relative disappeared a few weeks ago in London.


The police was puzzled this case and didn’t know what happened to him! .Doyle decided to take the case as he used to do from time to time, and within an hour he managed to solve the mystery even without moving from his place. Then he told her ,”He is in Scotland, look for him in Clasko or Edinburgh and I’m sure that you will find him there," . Indeed, he was found in Scotland after passing through London. But Doyle was able to decipher the puzzle so quickly as soon as he "looked into the matter from Mr. Holmes' perspective." This incident, and many others, proves that Sherlock Holmes's spirit is in Arthur Conan Doyle. Like his character, he is observant to the smallest details and owns a vast imagination and rich social and intellectual experience.


 And most importantly his analytical abilities. He didn’t acquire these abilities by chance, but his studies and his professional experience in the eight years of school and the five years of medical studies at the University of Edinburgh assisted him so much. After graduating from university he practiced medicine for ten years, before practicing writing.

 His medical training seems to have been his own vision of Sherlock Holmes, "as a scholar who solves issues based on his own abilities, as an inspector who masters analytic principles and the importance of details." With the story of the "Redhead League," the reader spends moments filled with passion, anticipation and caution, and try to just focus on Holmes’s adventures .This group is directed to the different sects with the aim of enriching the culture of the youth and upgrading their lack of thought and trying to conclude the purposes through a set of questions that carry a lot of fun and interest.


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Sherlock Holmes' novels by author Conan Doyle are seemed by importance in the both of general and academic aspects . In the past 12 years, the criticism has been developed at it to become a constructive discussion. This collection first presents the most interesting and interesting stories of Sherlock Holmes, the "Redhead League", as well as part of the "A Study in Scarlet" and a biography of Doyle's life.

That will help the reader to understand the work of this author. The second book included the story of "The Last Problem" and the third book included the story of the "silver glare" where Sherlock Holmes appeared as the first unofficial advisory man in the world and . About a century ago he imposed himself in the English literature and later he also imposed himself  in the English culture in general, also he became one of the most famous literary characters, and still reserves his stature.


The image that dwells our minds about the author that he is a tall man with skinny face, gorgeous , wearing the elks killer’s hat, and in his mouth a pipe . The reader will discover in this story that Sherlock Holmes's character in fact is part of the writer Conan Doyle’s character . This incident proves this when a woman once asked him for an advice, saying that her relative disappeared a few weeks ago in London.


The police was puzzled this case and didn’t know what happened to him! .Doyle decided to take the case as he used to do from time to time, and within an hour he managed to solve the mystery even without moving from his place. Then he told her ,”He is in Scotland, look for him in Clasko or Edinburgh and I’m sure that you will find him there," . Indeed, he was found in Scotland after passing through London. But Doyle was able to decipher the puzzle so quickly as soon as he "looked into the matter from Mr. Holmes' perspective." This incident, and many others, proves that Sherlock Holmes's spirit is in Arthur Conan Doyle. Like his character, he is observant to the smallest details and owns a vast imagination and rich social and intellectual experience.


 And most importantly his analytical abilities. He didn’t acquire these abilities by chance, but his studies and his professional experience in the eight years of school and the five years of medical studies at the University of Edinburgh assisted him so much. After graduating from university he practiced medicine for ten years, before practicing writing.

 His medical training seems to have been his own vision of Sherlock Holmes, "as a scholar who solves issues based on his own abilities, as an inspector who masters analytic principles and the importance of details." With the story of the "Redhead League," the reader spends moments filled with passion, anticipation and caution, and try to just focus on Holmes’s adventures .This group is directed to the different sects with the aim of enriching the culture of the youth and upgrading their lack of thought and trying to conclude the purposes through a set of questions that carry a lot of fun and interest.


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