22 The Great Hiatus Holmes and Moriarty struggle at the Reichenbach Falls ; drawing by Sidney Paget. Doctor Joe Bell: Model for Sherlock Holmes. 49 Holmesian deduction Sidney Paget illustration of Holmes for "The Adventure of the Abbey Grange" Thoughthe stories always refer to Holmes ' intellectual detection methodology as " deduction he primarily relies on abduction : inferring an explanation for observed details. " Sherlock Holmes, the world's most famous literary detective". In "The Yellow Face Holmes 's chronicler says, "Few men were capable of greater muscular effort." In "The Adventure of the Speckled Band. The Man with the Twisted Lip by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (65 K, 18 pages). The 1984-85 Italian/Japanese anime series Sherlock Hound adapted the Holmes stories for children, with its characters being anthropomorphic dogs. A Study in Scarlet the character's popularity became widespread with the first series of short stories. 35 His companion condones the detective's willingness to bend the truth (or break the law) on behalf of a clientlying to the police, concealing evidence or breaking into houseswhen he feels it morally justifiable, 36 but condemns Holmes ' manipulation of innocent people in ". 6 Conan Doyle once wrote, "Each of Poe's detective stories is a root from which a whole literature has developed. "BBC Radio - Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes : Reviewed". 81 Both exhibitions, each with a Baker Street sitting-room reconstruction, are open to the public. 22 Jonathan Smith (1994). 68 The exact phrase "Elementary, my dear Watson" is used by protagonist Tom Beresford in Agatha Christie's 1922 novel The Secret Adversary. " Sherlock Holms 'Elementary, My Dear Watson. Retrieved b Mikkelson, Barbara and David. You Know My Method A Juxtaposition of Charles. 73 One detail analyzed in the Game is Holmes 's birth date. The first was William Baring-Gould's 1967 The Annotated Sherlock Holmes. Retrieved Tuska, Jon (1978). Conan Doyle, Arthur (1993). Widely considered a British cultural icon, the character and stories have had a profound and lasting effect on mystery writing and popular culture as a whole, with the original tales as well as thousands written by authors other than Conan Doyle being adapted into stage. The Adventure of the Stockbrokers Clerk by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (48 K, 14 pages). Notably, famed American mystery writer John Dickson Carr collaborated with Arthur Conan Doyle's son, Adrian Conan Doyle, on The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes, a pastiche collection from 1954.