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  Character Analysis iClassics Collecton - iDoyle www.iclassicscollecon.comEducaon Program CH. 3 / SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA by Arthur Conan Doyle You are currently en route to the Connent aer a run-in with the famous detecve Sherlock Holmes. Can you tell us a bit about what happened, and why you are eeing England? 2. Now, imagine you are Adler being interviewed. Write your answers below each of the journalist’s quesons.1. Imagine you are a journalist wring an arcle about Irene Adler. Write a short introductory paragraph introducing her. Who is she? Why should your readers be interested in her? Why are you interviewing her?  Character Analysis iClassics Collecton - iDoyle www.iclassicscollecon.comEducaon Program CH. 3 / SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA by Arthur Conan Doyle  Aer crossing paths with Mr Holmes, could you please tell our readers what you think of this mysterious character. Are his powers of reason as impressive as we’ve all heard? Are you worried that he will connue to pursue you?Finally, uncorroborated rumours are circulang about a past relaonship between you and the hereditary King of Bohemia. Why did this relaonship end? What is your opinion of this King now?  Matching exercise 1. Match each phrase from the story with an image. 1A2B3C4D iClassics Collecton - iDoyle www.iclassicscollecon.comEducaon Program She watched us with a sardonic eye as we stepped from the brougham. “Mr Sherlock Holmes, I believe?” said she.“What!” Sherlock Holmes staggered back, white with chagrin and surprise. “Do you mean that she has le England?”Holmes rushed at the bell-pull, tore back a small sliding shuer, and, plunging in his hand, pulled out a photograph anda leer. “From what I have seen of the lady, she seems, indeed, to be on a very dierent level to your Majesty,” said Holmes, coldly. “I am sorry that I have not been able to bring you Majesty’s business to a more successful conclusion.” CH. 3 / SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA by Arthur Conan Doyle  Glossary  iClassics Collecton - iDoyle www.iclassicscollecon.comEducaon Program Brougham   (n)  a type of horse-drawn cart Sardonic   (adj)  grimly mocking or cynical Chagrin   (n)  annoyance or distress at having failed Impudent   (adj)  failing to show respect  Antagonist   (n)  an adversary; a person who acvely opposes or is hosle Epistle   (n)  a leer Inviolate   (adj)  free or safe from injury CH. 3 / SCANDAL IN BOHEMIA by Arthur Conan Doyle
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