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1The Murders in the Rue Morgue” and “The Case of the Speckled Band” IntroductionIt has been analyzed that the detective fictions always include the same elements. ‘The murders in the Roe morgue’ is written by Edgar Poe and ‘The adventure of the speckled band’ is written by Conan Doyle. As these stories were written many years apart, they still share the similar elements. In detective fiction more emphasize is given on the mystery of the crime. The story revolves around the clues. Doyle was born in 1859 in and Edgar was born in 1809 in Boston. Further, both the stories are connected, and the comparison is based on the text ‘The murders in the Roe morgue’ and ‘The adventure of the speckled band’ both the stories had a very significantinformation which was common as in both the stories an animal was involved which was locked in a room. The characters which will be discussed further are Holmes from Doyle's story as he was popular for his innovative techniques of deduction. He was a master in disguise because his expressions were changed according to his cloths. He had a knowledge of reading facial expressions, footprints, wounds, dust, etc. Dupin from the Poe's story was very humble in life. He was not a detective by profession, but he did that for pleasure. He had knowledge of mathematics, and he also knew the tricks to imitate the handwriting of a person. Further, by comparing Holmes and Dupin, the source for the story of Doyle will be ostensible.Connection Related to both TextsThe detectives of both the stories have the capabilities in order to solve the mysteries just by looking the details. For instance, Dupin gets the nail in the window which is assumed to be shut,

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