Arthur Conan Doyle "The Six Napoleons"

Arthur Conan Doyle "The Six Napoleons"

Arthur Conan Doyle "The Six Napoleons"

 

Arthur Conan Doyle

As a detective, Sherlock Holmes has a very clever mind. He also notices things that other people do not see. A person’s clothes, hands, face or hair tell him a lot about that person, even before they speak. There are many examples of his skills in this book. In The Six Napoleons he soon realises that the busts, not Napoleon, are important. When Sherlock Holmes has to solve an interesting case, his friend Dr Watson is usually at his side. Watson helps the great detective with his work, and makes notes. Later, he uses his notes to write the history of the case.

 

Text Analysis: Unique words: about 1,200 Total words: about 4,170
Hard words: ash, bust, case, embassy, hang, lawyer, mad, mark, motive, optician, passage, pearl, print, poison, professor, rabbit, revolutionary, servant, wax, will

 

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