The story begins with the King of Bohemia visiting one of the private detectives in the town known as Sherlock Holmes. The King was engaged and was to get married, but there was a possibility of exposure of his earlier romantic affair with Irene Adler. Adler had prepared to expose the King using the picture which she had taken with him while in the affair. All the techniques employed by the King to access the photo failed, and that was the reason he decided to use the services of Sherlock Holmes. (Shin, Halle par 1).
A little while later Mrs. Holton let Holmes run the store because her husband had passed away, but holmes had other ideas he asked her if he could buy the store and he would let her live where she was living and would make sure she had a stable income from him. After holmes had stopped paying her she wanted to take him to court but before that had happened she mysteriously disappeared. When people started to ask where she had went he said that she had moved to California. After holmes bought the store he met a girl and married her. Her name was Myrta Belknap.
Even just seeing more of the World Fair’s grandeur in the background of scenes would help increase the sense of world-building for this movie. HOLMES LOSES EDGE Holmes is a fantastically crafted villain up until right after he kills Pickett in his giant furnace. In the third act of the script, Holmes doesn’t seem as devilish or interesting after he falls in love with Emeline. His character shifts from feeling like a cold serial-killer to being a crazy boyfriend, which does not mesh well with the actions and desires of his character as set up in the first act. His shift in character would make more sense if his romantic relationship with Emeline were introduced sooner in the story and developed more throughout.
When Mary Warren is in the courtroom, she confesses to lying about seeing spirit she says, “I am with God now” (1200). When Mary Warren says this all the things Hale heard from Proctor turn out to be true. Up until this moment Hale had no strong evidence to support there were no witches in Salem, just his supsision. Now with this confession Hale is set on helping those under accusations from the girls. Hale’s opinion during the beginning half of his time in Salem was that there were in facts witches loose in Salem, and anyone could be a suspect.
Joseph Smith tried to get Nancy Rigdon as a plural wife but she refused. John C. Bennett also tried for the same woman and also failed. “Levi Lewis states that, he has ‘been acquainted with Joseph Smith, Jr., and Martin Harris, and that he has heard them both say, adultery was no crime. Harris said he did not blame Smith, for his (Smith’s) attempt to seduce Eliza Winters, etc.” History of the Saints Page 84 Did he bear false witness against others? Didn’t he testify falsely about Sarah Pratt’s reputation, trying to protect himself from her telling of his attempts to get her to engage in sexual relations with
While the Watson family is dreaming profoundly, they don’t hear the floor moan until the bed makes a whole on the floor. Mr. and Mrs. Watson saw Mercy skedaddled from bed thinking she was going to get help from the fire department; however, Mercy was escaping to search for the hot buttered toast she has been dreaming about. 2. Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride Mercy Watson love car rides, yet not as much as she loves hot buttered toast. Mr. Watson loves to take Mercy Watson in his convertible for a car ride, so one Saturday afternoon Mr. Watson and Mercy Watson take the convertible on the road.
Homes was a shy child but got angry at his mother for moving him at a young age. He’s mother stated he was “awkwardly social” and at the age eleven attempt to commit suicide. Although he wasn’t socially accepted he was able to be accepted to a university. Holmes life changed when “three days after failing a key oral exam at the university in early June 2012, Holmes dropped out of his studies without further explanation,” (“James Holmes”,2018). My theory is he never felt accepted and after failing in college he was confused on what to do.
First of all, love in The Crucible, between Abigail Williams, and Elizabeth Proctor was interesting because John Proctor was married to Elizabeth Proctor. Abigail Williams and John Proctor discuss of the affair they had. “ John- I am waiting for you every night.”pg 176 John Proctor refuses the affair with Abigail Williams. Elizabeth Proctor find out about this and they both have a tension discuss about it. John Proctor knows he committed adultery and can be put in jail.
He was married to a woman named Clara Levering. She was extremely wealthy and he took that to his advantage to pay his tuition in University of Michigan Medical School. He was extremely flirtatious with women and he even had 3 wives in different cities. He would make women take out life insurance policies naming him “beneficiary” and use them. Part II: Criminal Activity HH Holmes built the Murder Castle, but he designed it like a maze to trap the guests that would sleep there.