5067Re: SHSI Prof Moriarty
- May 3, 2016I will go with you Abhilash jiSent from my Samsung device
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From: "abhilash nandamuri abhilash2610@... [SherlockHolmesSocietyofIndia]" <SherlockHolmesSocietyofIndia@...>
Date: 03/05/2016 4:48 pm (GMT+05:30)
Subject: Re: SHSI Prof Moriarty
The other formidable opponents mentioned operate in ways that influence
only people and events on a minor scale. However, Moriarty operates in a
way that shapes events on a global level. He is said to be the protector of
the London/British underworld, in exchange for fee or other services. He is
a mathematician who went to Cambridge, extremely athletic, and has friends
in high places. He does his acts but no one can trace it back to him. In
Holmes' own words 'He is akin to a spider weaving a web,and he has complete
control over each of its strands'.
May be that is why he is rated so highly.
On Mon, May 2, 2016 at 10:38 AM, sumalsn <no_reply@...> wrote:
> Dear Holmesians,
> Prof Moriarty appears only in "the Final Problem" and the "Valley of Fear"
> despite which he is considered as Sherlock Holmes's primary antagonist.
> SH had several adversaries who were formidable, Charles Augustus
> Milverton, Irene Adler, Mr. Jack Stapleton, Baron Adelbert Gruner etc.
> However, Prof Moriarty wields a disproportionate influence in the minds of
> Holmesians. Can anyone throw more light on this issue?
> Sumal S
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