The Quest for Sherlock Holmes: A Biographical Study of Arthur Conan Doyle
Mainstream, 1983 - 380 Seiten
Using extensive new evidence in Edinburgh, Stonyhurst (where Arthur Conan Doyle went to school) and elsewhere, Owen Dudley Edwards shows how Conan Doyle's boyhood experiences shaped his literary attitudes and much of the genius of his writing.
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The Hero as Woman
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