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Sherlock Holmes: "The Sign of Four" Chapter 1
Seventh graders discuss Sherlock Holmes use of drugs in this chapter of the book. They write a letter to either Dr. Watson or Sherlock Holmes offering advice on Holmes' use of drugs.
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