Plagiarism arises when one replicates both crucial and nonessential elements from another piece, resulting in identical textual content. It is advisable to refrain from bestowing the name of Sherlock Holmes upon your morphine-addicted detective, unless you have a specific rationale. Total avoidance of plagiarism is not entirely feasible. As a writer, you produce your original content, and if by chance, someone else possesses an identical text, you may be accused of plagiarism. Nevertheless, such instances are rare, since you would promptly recognize if you were duplicating substantial portions of text. Therefore, allegations of plagiarism typically emerge from subpar writers aspiring to exploit the triumph of your work. Thankfully, your publisher dismisses such claims with ease.