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From the reminiscences of John H. Watson, A Study in Scarlet

From the reminiscences of John H. Watson, A Study in Scarlet


Interesting cases only please.

Interesting cases only please.


Sherlock Holmes-y pattern / (other colours and bigger version available)

Sherlock Holmes-y pattern / (other colours and bigger version available)


Benedict speaks as though Sherlock is a real person, I say.  “He’s real to me, yeah of course, it has to be. He is an icon, so there’s an element of him where he is a logo, and that is two-dimensional, and to escape stereotype you have to get some kind of understanding of who he is. So you do associate something very personable to him, and you start to think about him in real terms.” (x)

Benedict speaks as though Sherlock is a real person, I say.  “He’s real to me, yeah of course, it has to be. He is an icon, so there’s an element of him where he is a logo, and that is two-dimensional, and to escape stereotype you have to get some kind of understanding of who he is. So you do associate something very personable to him, and you start to think about him in real terms.” (x)