What are examples of how Sherlock Holmes uses his keen observation in either "A Scandal in Bohemia" or "The Adventure of the Speckled Band"?
In "A Scandal in Bohemia," the first story in Arthur Conan Doyle's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock shows off his powers of observation by telling Watson that he's gained weight, he's begun practicing medicine again, he's recently gotten himself very wet, and his servant girl is clumsy. He deduces these things from the smell of iodoform and the marks on Watson's shoes where the clumsy servant girl tried to scrape off the mud.
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