Chapter 1-3 : 'The Sign of the Four '

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Why does Sherlock Holmes take drugs?
Because he needs to be stimulated when he isn't solving a case. His brain needs to be working at all times.
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What does Watson do to try to trick Sherlock?
He gives him a newly cleaned watch and asks him to infer as much as possible.
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What emotions does Watson feel after he tries to trick Sherlock?
At first he feels smug, because Sherlock cannot infer much, but then disappointed because he gets proved wrong, Sherlock is intelligent enough to examine a cleaned watch. He then feels upset because Sherlock brings up his recently deceased brother.
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How does Doyle present Miss Morstan?
As Watson is our narrator, she is presented as a pretty, perfectly styled, and beautifully clothed young girl, who would be an ideal wife.
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Briefly outline Miss Morstan's mystery:
10 years ago her father died, and then 4 years after he died, she began recieving pearls from an anonymous person. Now, she has received a letter to meet this person at the theatre.
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How does Watson feel when they drive with Miss Morstan?
He feels very lost and out of his depth, which reflects on the reader to make them feel at danger and at risk too.
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