Know Sherlock Holmes And The Story About Him
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional detective character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a Scottish author and physician nationals. He first appeared in 1887, became a character in four novels and 56 short stories. Sherlock Holmes is a character who was born on January 6, 1854, and for more than a century his name was known in every country in the world, and not only his name but also his appearance. With features sharp vision like eagles and wearing robes, pipe smoking, cap deerstalker and magnifying glass - the details of this figure so familiar and if he appears among us today, it will be recognized at once that the figure is Sherlock Holmes , He also has a lot adapted into feature films and serials. Sherlock Holmes is still a mysterious figure and make people curious about the personality and ability to solve difficult cases, and as in most legends, it is often difficult to separate fact from fiction. Sherlock Holmes is a character description as "the most perfect reasoning and observation machines that have been witnessed by the world", but even Sherlock Holmes has advantages over others, he is not a person with no feelings at all, because he also appreciates opera and classical music. He will initially call Sherrinford. They chose the name Sherlock, perhaps because the name is carried by a cricketer. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Holmes, was a fan of cricket and the name 'Sherlock' seems to have entrenched in his memory. The detective's debut is in the novel "A Study in Scarlet (1887)", written by Doyle at age 27 in just three weeks. As is known, Doyle was inspired by a professor of real life at the University of Edinburgh. The lecturer is Dr. Joseph Bell, which can diagnose a patient just by looking at them when they entered the operating room. Another important influence is the fictional detective work of Edgar Allan Poe and C. Auguste Dupin. Doyle wrote the book when he fought pursue surgery the doctor in Portsmouth. This novel was rejected by many publishers until it is published as the annual celebration of Christmas Beeton (named after the husband of Mrs. Beeton). This novel did not sell well, more or less as it sank without a trace. .
The Story Behind Hercule Poirot Character
In the fictional universe, Hercule Poirot is the second most famous detective after Sherlock Holmes. Poirot appeared in more than 30 novels by legendary author, Agatha Christie. Narrated, this character was born in Belgium and had worked as a police officer there, but later moved to England after World War I and began his career as a private investigator. Poirot was described as a small man, egg-shaped head, mustache slightly rises up, with dapper habit style, obsession with neatness and regularity. He investigates the psychological aspects of a crime, the negation of the methods for clues that do Sherlock Holmes - the detective created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Recently revealed, the true figure of Poirot. As in the story, he was a Belgian police. His name may never hear before Jacques Hornais. Agatha Christie Poirot introduced the figure of the novel was released in 1920, The Mysterious Affair at Styles. The mustachioed detective was using 'little gray cells' brains in 33 novels. Although the author never reveals details of who the figure who became his inspiration, amateur researchers now reveal that Jacques Hornais allegedly as Poirot in real life. The latest details of meetings revealed about Hornais and Agatha Christie when the author played the piano for her guests at her home in Torquay. Hornais fled the country when the German army pushed into in 1915 and went to England as well as fiction. Christie later also claimed she was 'discovered' character for The Mysterious Affair at Styles while traveling around Torquay. Poirot is one of Christie's longest life characters, appearing in 33 novels, one game (Black Coffee), and more than 50 short stories published between 1920 and 1975. Poirot appeared on radio, as well as on the screen for film and television, and played by a variety of actors, such as Albert Finney, John Moffatt, Sir Ian Holm, Sir Peter Ustinov, Alfred Molina, Orson Welles, Tony Randall, and the most famous is David Suchet.