Top six dialogues from Sherlock Holmes's novels.

by Muhammad Hussain Khan Posted 4 months ago, 1879

Who has not heard of the most remarkable detective in fiction, Sherlock Holmes? This was the creation of Arthur Conan Doyle, a Scottish born doctor who practised for years in south of England. Conan Doyle created Sherlock Holmes, the cold, logical and brilliant private detective who noticed so many tiny and seemingly unimportant things that his contemporaries missed. Sherlock Holmes is amazing speaker and nearly we all are amazed and impressed by his witty dialogues. So, I present you top six dialogues from his novels. 

1.

"well, I have a trade of my own. I suppose I am the only one in the world. I am a consulting detective." 

Novel: A study in scarlet. 

Chapter: 2, The science of deduction. 


2.

"My name is Sherlock holmes. It is my business to know what other people don't know." 

Novel:The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 

Chapter: 7, The blue carbuncle. 


3.

"Come Watson, come!" He cried "The game is afoot. Not a word! Into your clothes and come."

Novel:The return of Sherlock Holmes. 

Chapter: 12, The Abbey Grange. 


4.

"There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact."

Novel:The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 

Chapter: 4, The Biscombe valley mystery. 


5.

"Quite so! You have not observed and yet you have seen. That is my just my point. Now, I know that there are seventeen steps, because I have both seen and observed." 

Novel: The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. 

Chapter:1, A scandal in Bohemia. 


6.

"come at once if convenient-if inconvenient come all the same." 

Novel: The case-book of Sherlock Holmes. 

Chapter:8, The adventure of the creeping man. 

Selecting the dialogues from Sherlock Holmes's novels was quite difficult for me, because Sherlock Holmes has said many amazing dialogues... But, still I hope you like and agree with my list. 


Blog posted on 13th May, 2019
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Fids
😍😍 that was amazing!!
Duha
Its good. Your love for history makes you interesting and of course different from others.