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The Red Headed League, Arthur Conan Doyle, 1892
The following is an excerpt from the short story, The Red Headed League, a Sherlock Holmes mystery.

Doyle, Arthur Conan. "The Red-Headed League." Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York and London: Harper & Bros., 1892. N. pag. WorldCat [OCLC]. Web. 26 Mar. 2016.

When Holmes says "Perhaps, Mr. Wilson, you would have the great kindness to recommence your narrative?" (lines 51-52), what is he asking?


That Mr. Wilson relay his case to Watson.


That Mr. Wilson try to remember more factual information about his case.


That Mr. Wilson seek out someone else's advice in regards to his case.


That Mr. Wilson write down the details of his case.

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