Man With The Twisted Lip

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"The Man With the Twisted Lip" What is the main conflict in “The Man with the Twisted Lip”? How is the conflict resolved? The conflict in "The Man with the Twisted Lip" is Holmes and Watson trying to find out where Neville St. Clair went. The main suspect was Boone, a professional beggar. They found a jacket full of pennies, blood on his sleeve, and a cut on his finger. He ended up getting arrested for the evidence against him. The conflict is resolved when Holmes splashes water on Boone's face when he visits his jail cell. We discover that Boone is Neville St. Clair at the end of the story. "A Scandal in Bohemia" In A Scandal in Bohemia, Irene Adler is described as an “adventuress.” Look up the definition of this word. Is this a good thing? What did it…show more content…
It's not a good thing because it means that she seeks attention from men. In the 1880's, they thought it was euphemism for a prostitute or wild woman. To call someone a adventuress in Irene's time wasn't a good thing. Irene's role in the story is that she has an affair with the king of Bohemia and they get a picture of them both together so that his bride can't see it. "The Boscombe Valley Mystery" Summarize the plot of the story. Identify the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. The exposition is when Charles McCarthy has been murdered and Sherlock is inviting Dr. John to help him solve the mystery of who murdered him. The rising action is when James McCarthy is blamed for shooting his father because they found a gun on him. He had also gotten into an argument with his dad after his dad was shot, so James is arrested. The climax is when Holmes and Watson try to investigate and find out who the murderer is. They find a stone which they think is a weapon and they describe the guy who they think it might be. They leave it up to Inspector Lestrade to find the

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