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Row 1, Col 1 In The Speckled Band, what Makes Helen Stoner seek help From Sherlock Holmes? Her sister was murdered, and Helen fears for her safety
1,2 In the mystery by Doyle, what is The speckled band? A snake
1,3 In the Speckled Band, Holmes Tells Helen Stoner how she Got to his office. How does He know how she traveled? He had good powers of deduction.
1,4 Why does the author or the Speckled Band include Information about Dr. Roylett’s Violent past in India? The author wants to set up Roylett as a suspect
2,1 In the Speckled Band, what Indian animals does Helen say Are living on the estate? A baboon and a cheetah
2,2 In The Speckled Band, Why does Dr. Roylett need Helen to move to her Sister’s former room? It is equipped with a bell-rope and ventilator
2,3 When Helen begins sleeping in Her sister’s former room, what Sound does she hear? A whistling noise
2,4 What mood does the author Create by having Sherlock Holmes And Watson wait in dark silence In the murdered woman’s Bedroom? tension
3,1 Why does the information That Dr. Roylett likes Unusual animals from India Be an important clue? Because a poisonous snake from India killed Julia
3,2 What was in the saucer in Dr. Roylett’s room? For the Speckled Band snake
3,3 What kind of detective is Sherlock Holmes? Very observant and serious
3,4 How did Dr. Roylett die? From the Speckled Band snake
4,1 Why did Dr. Roylett try to kill Helen? The money from her trust
4,2 What city did Sherlock Homes Live? London
4,3 Why was the bed clasped To the floor? To keep it underneath the vent.
4,4 Who is the narrator? Watson
5,1 What was kept in the safe In Dr. Roylett’s room? The Speckled Band
5,2 What was the bell rope Used for? To enable the snake to travel between the two rooms
5,3 What does sinister mean? Threatening harm or evil
5,4 What does deductions mean? Judgments about something based on available information
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