A Conversation for Deerstalkers
phoenix Started conversation May 31, 2001
Not only did Sherlock holmes never actually stalk deer, he never in reality wore a deerstalker in the books. It was only described as a "felt hat". In some of the early images in the books a deerstalker was used to denote the image of sherlock holmes on the trail of a criminal. Also the clay pipe is never really mentioned, just pipes. But dressing gowns are. Again and again. Im not sure what what dressing gowns denote in imagery, but it might give him that kind of lazy decadent look that comes with taking cocaine and being a lazy logician with a curiosity compulsion in the worst or singular crimes perpetrated in the 19th century.
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