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While uncertain, it can be presumed that the character drew inspiration from Inspector Hopkins. Hudson[ edit ] Mrs. Hudson is the landlady of the house B Baker Streetin which Holmes lives.
Hudson is a woman who wants the home to be clean and tidy, and often fights with Holmes for this. Watson describes her as a very good cook; in " The Naval Treaty ," Holmes says "Her cuisine is a little limited, but she has as good an idea of breakfast as a Scotchwoman ,"  which some readers have taken to mean that she is Scottish, and others that she cannot possibly be.
Other than one mention of her "stately tread", she is given no physical description or first name, although some commentators have identified her with the "Martha" in " His Last Bow ". Hudson, the landlady of Sherlock Holmes, was a long-suffering woman.
Not only was her first-floor flat invaded at all hours by throngs of singular and often undesirable characters but her remarkable lodger showed an eccentricity and irregularity in his life which must have sorely tried her patience. His incredible untidiness, his addiction to music at strange hours, his occasional revolver practice within doors, his weird and often malodorous scientific experiments, and the atmosphere of violence and danger which hung around him made him the very worst tenant in London.
On the other hand, his payments were princely.
I have no doubt that the house might have been purchased at the price which Holmes paid for his rooms during the years that I was with him.
The landlady stood in the deepest awe of him and never dared to interfere with him, however outrageous his proceedings might seem.
She was fond of him, too, for he had a remarkable gentleness and courtesy in his dealings with women. Turner", rather than Mrs.
Hudson, which has caused much speculation among Holmes fans. Hudson is usually portrayed as an older woman; on rare occasions she is presented as a young woman.
She offers Holmes a lower rent because he helped her out by ensuring the conviction and execution of her husband in Florida after he murdered two people. In " A Scandal in Belgravia " when agents torture Mrs.
Hudson trying to find a mobile phone, Sherlock repeatedly throws the agent responsible out of an upper-level window, and later states that "England would fall" if Mrs. Hudson left Baker Street. In this alternative extension of the Holmes mythology, the retired Holmes marries his much younger apprentice and partner.
Hudson takes the young and emotionally fragile Russell under her wing, and Russell comes to think of her as a friend, a second mother, and a rock in the whirl of danger that always surrounds Holmes.
The novel appeared after the development of Mrs. As in that rendition of the character, Mrs.
Holmes buys the Baker St. In typical Holmesian logic, this relieves him of the tedium of homeownership and explains both her forbearance with her tenant and his uncharacteristic affection for her. A skilled actress and con artist, she is comfortable with the criminals who inhabit his world and enjoys playing occasional roles in investigations in which an eminently respectable older woman might be needed.
In this series, she is slightly older than Holmes although Russell and Watson thinks she is significantly olderborn in Scotland, raised in Australia, and an immigrant to England. To Holmes, Hudson represents a way of solving the ethical problem of what to do with someone who murders to prevent harm, but who may return to criminal activity.
Hudson appears in the 19th episode of the US series Elementary as an expert in Ancient Greek who essentially makes a living as a kept woman and muse for various wealthy men; Holmes allows her to stay in the apartment after a break-up, and she subsequently agrees to clean for them once a week as a source of income and to prevent Holmes from having to do it himself.
Hudson had a long-lasting love relationship, obvious to all but the naive Watson. Hudson is depicted as a younger woman, and a widow of a pilot named Jim. In this incarnation, her full name is revealed to be Marie Hudson, and fitting with the theme of the characters being canines, she resembles a Golden Retriever.Serendipitet er det at finde uden at søge, men derefter også at erkende værdien i det, man har fundet, sådan at det ses i et helt nyt lys.
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