06A Writings About the Writings -- General and Miscellaneous (665)

1. "American Literature." Reference & Research Book News 22, no. 2 (2007): 260-266.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // A list of items related to American literature that were published in several journals is presented including: The Origins of the American detective story. Panek, LeRoy Lad. McFarland & Co., ©2006. 227 p. $35.00 (pa). This volume traces the development of American detective fiction and its evolution from the nineteenth to the twentieth century. Panek explores factors that contributed to it, such as the popularity of Sherlock Holmes, the rise and fall of the police and detectives in society, the publication of treatises on criminality, the birth of 'crusading' newspaper reporters, the beginning of forensic science, and changes in rules of evidence and judicial procedures. He also discusses the role of women and other characters. Panek (English, McDaniel College) has written several books about crime fiction."

2. "Artists in the Canon." Baker Street West 1 9, no. 2 (2003): 39-41.

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3. "Baker Street Inventory." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 1 (1994): 58-61.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews The Oxford Sherlock Holmes, The Universal Sherlock Holmes, The Really Ragged Shaw, Baker Street and Beyond, Baker Street Briefs, Sherlock in Love, and Otto Penzler's Sherlock Holmes Library Series.

4. "Baker Street Inventory." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 2 (1994): 125-126.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Notes on The Wind and the Wizard by Richard Roberts, Otto Penzler's Mysterious Bookshop catalog, and You Know My Method by J. K. Van Dover.

5. "Baker Street Inventory." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 3 (1994): 183-184.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Provides information on Back to Baker Street, Sherlock Holmes: Screen and Sound Guide, 'A Case of Hide 'N' Tea,' 'Quotations for Baker Street,' and the fourth issue of The Whitechappel Gazette.

6. "Baker Street Inventory." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 4 (1994): 240-241.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Information on The Death of an Old Man Rice: A True Story of Criminal Justice in America by Martin L. Friedland, The New Good Old Index by William D. Goodrich, My Dear Watson: Being the Annals of Sherlock Holmes by Angus McClaren (David Hammer), The Musgrave Papers issue number 7, and The Whitechapel Gazette number 5.

7. "Book fetches pounds 15,000 at auction." Daily Post (Liverpool), May 21, 2008: 8.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "A first edition of a Sherlock Holmes story discovered in an Oxfam shop has sold for more than pounds 15,000 after a bidding war between buyers in the US and the UK yesterday. The rare first edition of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's first Sherlock Holmes story, A Study In Scarlet, broke its upper reserve price of pounds 9,000 to fetch pounds 15,500 at the Bonhams Auction in Oxford. The story was discovered inside a book called Beeton's Christmas Annual for 1887 by two volunteers at an Oxfam shop in Harrogate, North Yorkshire...."

8. "Books." Science news 171, no. 23 (2007): 367-367.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // This article reviews the books "Mind In Life: Biology, Phenomenology, and the Sciences of the Mind," by Evan Thompson, "The Science of Sherlock Holmes: From Baskerville Hall to the Valley of Fear, the Real Forensics behind the Great Detective's Greatest Cases," by E. J. Wagner and "The Happiness Trip: A Scientific Journey," by Eduardo Punset.

9. "Bookshelf." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 4 (2003): 44-47.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews of Index to Canadian Holmes Volumes 1-25 (1973-2002), Beaton's Christmas Annual, The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual 2002, the Hounds Collection, Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine

10. "Brief Mention." American Literature 74, no. 3 (2002): 687-701.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes reference to Doyle. The Devil Himself: Villainy in Detective Fiction and Film . Ed. Stacy Gillis and Philippa Gates. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood. 2002. viii, 217 pp. $62.00. "What does the fictional villain reveal about the cultural context that created him or her? With essays on topics such as 'The Arch-Villainess in Victorian Popular Fiction,' 'The Conflict of the Imperial and the Anti-Imperial in Conan Doyle,' and 'The Bond Villains and Cold War Heroism,' this collection endeavors to answer that question. Texts under discussion range from Charles Brockden Brown's Weiland (1798) to the 1995 film Seven."

11. "Cheat's Guide to the Classics: 2." Daily Mail (London), July 30, 1999: 59.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Short summary of The Hound of the Baskervilles, Doyle, and Hound movies.

12. "China in the Cases of Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 9, no. (1999): 53-55.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Translated by Margarline Lau.

13. "The Classics, Revisited." School Library Journal 52, no.: 9-9.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article reviews the book series "Scholastic Classics" published by Scholastic that features illustrations and forewords by well-known children's and young adult authors such as Eoin Colfer on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," Katherine Paterson on Jane Austen's "Pride and Prejudice," Jack Gantos on J. M. Barrie's "Peter Pan," and Philip Pullman on Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven and Other Poems and Stories."

14. "Columnist's Choice." Booklist 102, no. 9/10 (2006): 78-78.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // This article presents the author's top ten list of series, sets, and multivolume works from 2005 and earlier. Topping the list are "The Complete Calvin and Hobbes," by Bill Watterson, "The Complete Peanuts," by Charles Schulz, "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes," edited by Leslie S. Klinger, "Oxford Illustrated Dickens," and the "Oxford Illustrated Jane Austen."

15. "A dispute that would challenge Holmes himself." The Ottawa Citizen, September 16, 1999: F3.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Discusses Doyle copyright issues. "Almost 70 years after the death of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, England's greatest fictional detective is poised for a comeback. A new series of Holmes stories, written by modern authors, is likely to follow the conclusion of one of Conan Doyle's most impenetrable mysteries -- the case of his disputed copyrights. After a six-year legal wrangle for control of Conan Doyle's literary legacy, the New York state supreme court delivered a verdict last year on a bruising copyright case that began with a British bankruptcy and was complicated by an American divorce. And now a Hungarian former socialite who runs a guesthouse in New York's Catskill mountains claims she owns the rights to not only the fictional cast of Holmes characters such as Dr. Watson, but also the likenesses and images associated with the detective, right down to his famous deerstalker hat and distinctive pipe. The copyright that 60-year-old Andrea Plunket claims gives her control to the Holmes legacy is due to expire next year, but she is trying to extend her grip by licensing the characters and registering them as trademarks...."

16. The Dr. John H. Watson Annual Prize Essay Competition. Letchworth, England: The Friends of Dr. Watson, 1999-2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: Dr. Watson's Medical Abilities, Knowledge and Skills / John Hall; John H. Watson, MD -- A Dossier / Tim Healey; Holmes and Watson: A Remarkable Friendship / Joe Marino //

17. "English-Language Literatures." Reference & Research Book News 23, no. 2 (2008): 329-341.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article reviews several books including London eyes; reflections in text and image. Ed. by Gail Cunningham and Stephen Barbe. (Polygons; cultural diversities and intersections) Berghahn Books, ©2007 228 p. $60.00 978-1-84545-407-4. "This collection of 12 nimble essays holds London in space and time in the Victorian and Edwardian era and again in the modern age, commenting through text and image. Victorian London topics include the rise of the suburbs, John Thomson's London in photographs, the displacement of urban man in Sherlock Holmes, the Aesthetic set, agoraphobia and the Bildungsroman in Dorothy Richardson's Pilgrimage, and Conrad's The Secret Agent on foot in literature and film. Modern London takes its turn as a blur on film and as an altered landscape in Britain's 1960s auteur cinema, represented in the lack (or not) of a map, as the dystopia of the film city, as container of class and suburban trajectories in gay London, and as the soul in Derek Jarman's Soho."

18. "English-Language Literatures." Reference & Research Book News 22, no. 2 (2007): 253-260.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // A list of items related to English language literatures that were published in several journals is presented. Includes some articles with reference to Doyle and Holmes including: The narcissism of empire; loss, rage, and revenge in Thomas De Quincey, Robert Louis Stevenson, Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling, and Isak Dinesen. Simmons, Diane. Sussex Academic Press, ©2007 148 p., $57.50. "The five Victorian writers were instrumental in popularizing the imperial agenda of power and dominance, says Simmons (English, City U. of New York-Manhattan Community College), but were themselves deeply scarred, and as adults bolstered their fragile emotional states through fantasies of empire. She looks not only as the youthful experiences of the writers themselves, but also at child rearing attitudes during the British imperial period. Distributed in the US by ISBS." Modernist literature; challenging fictions. Mahaffey, Vicki. Blackwell Publishing, ©2007 242 p. $74.95 "Mahaffey (modern literature, U. of York) dares reader's to think of modern fiction not only as challenging to read but as a challenge to the fictions by which they live. She confronts a range of authors, from Doyle to Joyce, Woolf, Eliot, Djuna Barnes, Wilde and Rhys to explore modern occupations in partnering, whether as Holmes and Watson, author and reader, lover and loved, or husband and wife, in opacity and the uncontrollable urge to block understanding, and in those dark reaches within the reader's soul that are in fact the most opaque features of all. Combining commentary on literary works with that on art, gender, and society's restless for meaning after the decline of the need to be understood, Mahaffey provides a far-seeking and challenging read for those who nevertheless must be further challenged by the work in hand." Heidegger's bicycle; interfering with Victorian texts. Ebbatson, Roger. (Critical inventions) Sussex Academic Press, ©2006 172 p. $67.50 "Ebbatson (Loughborough U.) juxtaposes German philosopher Heidegger's notion of existence as a practical investment in the world that allows things to show up--among them a bicycle too rickety to ride--with the murder of a cycling German teacher named Herr Heidegger in the Sherlock Holmes canon. In each, he argues, the echo or mask is broken or cut adrift so that, for example, Holmes' forensic skill on an English moorside foreshadows the evil of the Final Solution so beloved by Heidegger a half century later. Distributed in the US by ISBS."

19. "From the Editor's Commonplace Book." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 3 (1994): 186-187.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Comments on the fire that struck "The Shadows of the Elm" in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Fortesque Symposium, the 2nd annual "Games Afloat Sherlockian Symposium," the Sherlock Holmes Society of London Christmas card, and the "Third Occasional Sherlockian Cruise."

20. The Jezail bulletin: a publication of the Maiwand Jezails, a scion society of the Baker Street Irregulars. Lincoln, NE: Maiwand Jezail Press, 1997-.

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21. "Language, Literature." Reference & Research Book News 22, no. 3 (2007): 236-251.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article reviews several books including one with a passing reference to Holmes. Much Ado About Nonexistence; fiction and reference. Martinich, A.P. and Avrum Stroll. Rowman & Littlefield, ©2007 147 p. $29.95 (pa) "Martinich (philosophy, U. of Texas, Austin) and Stroll (philosophy, U. of Califbrnia at San Diego) present existing and novel theories of fiction, discussing how that genre is distinct from history, pretending, and makebelieve, and how philosophers embrace or reject the axiom of existence when discussing 'non-existent' entities such as the characters Hamlet and Sherlock Holmes. The authors' theory of fiction is based on the speech act theory of H.G. Grice, and the volume also includes critical discussions of two versions of the theory of definite descriptions: those of Frege and Russell."

22. "Letters." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 3 (1994): 49-51.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letters to the editor.

23. "Letters to Baker Street." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 1 (1994): 56-57.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letters from Donald K. Pollock, Wayne and Francine Swift, Robert A. Moss

24. "Letters to Baker Street." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 2 (1994): 118-119.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letters from Jon Lellenberg, Tina Rhea, and Brad Keefauver.

25. Merriam-Webster's encyclopedia of literature. Springfield, Mass: Merriam-Webster, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94042741; Scuttlebutt Jan 1996 // "Has entries for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes, and The Hound of the Baskervilles; the anonymous author of the entry on Conan Doyle didn't confirm the titles of all the Sherlock Holmes book, but it's nice to see continuing attention paid to the Canon and its author."

26. "Miscellaneous Book Awards." World Almanac & Book of Facts, no. (2008): 256-256.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article announces the recipients of book awards in 2007 including and Edgar awards for Best Critical/Biographical: The Science of Sherlock Holmes: From Baskerville Hall to the Valley of Fear, E. J. Wagner; Best Play: Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, Steven Dietz.

27. "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes (Book)." Publishers Weekly 251, no. 36 (2004): 48-48.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes," by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, compiled by Leslie S. Klinger.

28. "A Night in an Opium Den." The Ritual, no. 28 (2001): 33-37.

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29. Sherlock Holmes et le signe de la fiction. (Signes). Fontenay-aux-Roses: ENS, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references. Textes réunis par Denis Mellier. //

30. "Sherlockian Periodicals Received." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 2 (1994): 120-122.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // List of current publications received, along with editorial contact information.

31. Short story criticism: excerpts from criticism of the works of short fiction writers. Vol. 12. Detroit, Mich: Gale Research Co, 1988.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 88641014 //

32. "That great cesspool." Economist 354, no. 8162 (2000): 8-8.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book 'London 1900: The Imperial Metropolis,' by Jonathan Schneer. References to both Holmes and Doyle.

33. "Two Chinese Prefaces of the Canon." Shoso-In Bulletin 7, no. (1997): 7-11.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Translated by Margarline Lau.

34. "Wired up: Classic Books." The Independent (London), January 16, 1999: 81.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Comments on a few literary web sites including: members.tripod.com/ msherman/holmes.html "Slightly closer to the present day - indeed so much that some of the work is still legally protected - are the adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Although all the stories are out of copyright in Britain, the 12 short stories published after 1919 are still protected in the US, which means that they are unavailable on this site. Although the chore of reading dense text off a computer screen has become less gruelling over recent years, it can still be a chore to wade through long stories. But if 'free' is your thing, this site is still difficult to beat. It also contains many original illustrations from the Strand magazine where the stories were originally published, as well as links to other Sherlock Holmes sites...."

35. Accardo, Pasquale. "The Hedgehog and the Fox: Higher Criticism, Canonical Fundamentalism, and the Transcendental Anthropology of Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 7, no. (1997): 50-56.

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36. Accardo, Pasquale J. Diagnosis and Detection : the medical iconography of Sherlock Holmes. Rutherford : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press: London, 1987.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 134-136) and index. Also issued online. //

37. Addy, John. "Review--The Bedside, Bathtub, Armchair Companion to Sherlock Holmes by Dick Riley and Pam McAllister." The Ritual, no. 23 (1999): 56-57.

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38. Allen-Mills, Tony. "Curious case of the return of Sherlock." The Sunday Times (London), March 15, 1998: 14.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Amost 70 years after the death of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, England's greatest fictional detective is poised for a literary comeback. A new series of Holmes stories, written by modern authors, is likely to follow the conclusion of one of Conan Doyle's most impenetrable mysteries - the case of his disputed copyrights. After a six-year legal wrangle for control of Conan Doyle's literary legacy, Judge Eliot Wilk of the New York state supreme court delivered his verdict last week on a bruising copyright case that began with a British bankruptcy and was complicated by an American divorce...."

39. Amateur Mendicant Society (Madrid, Spain). The Amateur Mendicant Society's third case-book (Holmesian studies). Madrid: The Amateur Mendicant Society, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

40. ———. Tercer Anuario de la Sociedad de Mendigos Aficionados. Madrid: the Society, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Feb 1997 // "The third casebook of The Amateur Mendicant Society of Madrid, and nicely done, with 296 pages of Sherlockian scholarship and pastiches by members of the society, with an interesting exploration of 'El Sultan de Turquia' and a section of studies devoted to 'La Finca 'Copper Beeches'' and much more. It's all in Spanish."

41. Appleby, Louis. "Doctoring the evidence: Famed physician was model for Sherlock Holmes." The Ottawa Citizen, August 20, 1995: C2.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...Our chief at that moment resembled no one more than Sherlock Holmes. No one, that is, except Joseph Bell. Bell was the most brilliant of Edinburgh's teachers of medicine in the second half of the 19th century, when that city's medicine led the world. Arthur Conan Doyle was among his students...."

42. Ashley, Michael, and Arthur Griffiths. The mammoth book of historical whodunnits. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- "The chroniclers of crime : the forerunners of Sherlock Holmes": p. [514]-522 // "A selection of stories featuring detectives from the entire history of the civilised world"--P. [xiii]

43. Ashman, Mike. "Friday Review: Singing Detectives." The Guardian (London), September 17, 2004: 7.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Inspector Morse likes his Wagner, Sherlock Holmes was a mean violinist and Philip Marlowe discussed pianists with police officers. Mike Ashman investigates the curious connection between crime and classical music....What is it with detective stories and classical music? From The Woman in White, via the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Lord Peter Wimsey and Tintin, to Inspector Morse and the gay sleuths of Phillip Scott or Grant Michaels, there are hundreds of novels in which the two come together...."

44. Atkinson, Michael. The secret marriage of Sherlock Holmes, and other eccentric readings. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96010299. Includes bibliographical references // "Easily refutes the widely-held belief that pop-cult lit-crit must be deadly dull and packed with academic jargon. The eccentric aspect of his approaches to nine Canonical stories is that he offers an intriguing starting-point for his discussion of each story, such as the kundalini-yoga serpent for 'The Speckled Band' and Nietzschean iconoclasm for 'The Six Napoleons.' Atkinson explains what he's doing, in critical appendices and readable end-notes; three of the chapters are revised and expanded from earlier articles, and six are new, and all are interesting."

45. Austin, Beth. Irene's cabinet: results of the literary and artistic aspirations of the membership in the form of essays, poetry, and art with particular regard for the Victorian era, in honor of all things Sherlockian. Eldersburg, MD: Watson's Tin Box, 2008.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm. Lyrics by April / April Curnow -- Jack the Ripper: a Sherlockain approach / John C. Sherwood -- Chair à canon / Andy Solberg -- The girl from Charlington / Jacquelynn Morris -- The faux Philistine / John C. Sherwood -- Toast to The Woman / Evelyn Herzog -- The Clarkson Prize Essay Contest -- Essay contest winner / Emily Espey -- The Sherlock Holmes Essay Contest / Bruce Eberle -- Toast to Pietro Venucci / Paul Churchill -- Sherlock Holmes, author / April Curnow -- The Queens victorious: legend, history and British perceptions / Jacquelynn Morris. Cover title./ Limited to 50 copies./ Cover art by Paul Churchill./ Includes bibliographical references. editor, Beth Austin. //

46. Austin, Beth, and Watson's Tin Box. Irene's cabinet results of the literary and artistic aspirations of the membership. Eldersburg, MD: Watson's Tin Box, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

47. Austin, John M. "Letter to the Editor ('Escott and Agatha')." Shoso-In Bulletin 6, no. (1996): 156.

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48. Avrane, Patrick. Sherlock Holmes & Cie : détectives freudiens. Paris: Audibert, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references. //

49. Aykroyd, Clarissa et al. "'Bookshelf' Reviews of A Letter of Mary, The Sherlock Holmes Victorian Cookbook, The Shoso-in Bulletin, Five Sherlockian Walks in London and Mr. Doyle and Dr. Bell." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 2 (1997): 32-35.

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50. Aykroyd, Lucas, Clifford S. Goldfarb, and Brian S. Brodie. "'Bookshelf' Reviews of The Abominable Wife and Other Unrecorded Cases of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, The Spenserian Holmes: Being the Annotated Manuscript of the Hell of the Baskervilles, Teller of Tales: The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle and The Hounds Collection: Volume IV." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 1 (1999): 38-42.

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51. Bailey, Lionel W, and Richard Lancelyn Green. The scandal behind the "Scandal" and other attacks of Sherlockomania. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references: p. 71 //

52. Baker, Jody. "Mrs. Baynes and the Afghan Wars." Shoso-In Bulletin 9, no. (1999): 45-57.

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53. Baker, William, and Kenneth Womack. "Recent Work in Critical Theory." Style 33, no. 4 (1999): 508.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Presents a bibliography annotates of published books based primarily on materials coming into the Northern Illinois University libraries between August 1998 and August 1999. Includes entries with reference to Doyle and Holmes. Silver, Carole G. Strange Secret Peoples: Fairies and Victorian Consciousness. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1999. "Silver examines the hidden web of connections between the Victorian fascination with fairies and the dominant preoccupations of Victorian culture. Using works by such writers and artists as Thomas Carlyle, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Charlotte Mew, and Aubrey Beardsley, among others, Silver assesses the anthropological, folkloric, legal, historical, and medical aspects of the place of fairies in the Victorian consciousness. Silver identifies a pervasive eroticism and a sense of sexual anxiety in the Victorian social, literary, and cultural approach to the world of fairies and folklore." Kendrick, Stephen. Holy Clues: The Gospel According to Sherlock Holmes. New York: Pantheon, 1999. "Kendrick argues that Sherlock Holmes functions as a spiritual guide and master, as a character whose Zen-like techniques of awareness and observation provide religious insight for modern, cynical readers. In addition to exploring the stories of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for religious and metaphysical lessons, Kendrick demonstrates the ways in which the methods of investigating crimes are the same methods that yield religious insight when applied to the world and to the human heart. Kendrick draws upon both Eastern and Western religious tradition while addressing issues of justice and mercy, good and evil, guilt and innocence."

54. ———. "Recent Work in Critical Theory." Style 32, no. 4 (1998): 535.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Presents a bibliography of published books based on materials coming into Northern Illinois University libraries between August 1997 and August 1998. Includes entries for Doyle and reference to Holmes. Booth, Martin. The Doctor, the Detective, and Arthur Conan Doyle: A Biography of Arthur Conan Doyle. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1997. "Booth offers a new study of the biographical and literary lives of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Booth devotes particular attention to Conan Doyle's formative years in which he suffered a poverty-stricken childhood at the hands of an alcoholic father. After abandoning his medical training, Conan Doyle finally pursued the literary career which earned him great wealth and fame. Booth also discusses the qualities that ensured Conan Doyle's success, including his enormous self-confidence and stubbornness, as well as his refusal to pass up any opportunity for adventure." Kestner, Joseph A. Sherlock's Men: Masculinity, Conan Doyle, and Cultural History. Aldershot: Ashgate, 1997. "Kestner examines constructions of masculinity throughout Conan Doyle's nine volumes of short stories from 1887 through 1927 and the publication of The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes. In addition to discussing the manner in which popular culture conveys the masculine gender, Kestner demonstrates Conan Doyle's interest in addressing masculinity in social, historical, legal, literary, educational, marital, and aesthetic contexts. Kestner explores such concepts as the notion of the gentleman, the role of reason, the nature of heroism, the ideology of chivalry, and the functions of law and punishment." McDonald, Peter D. British Literary Culture and Publishing Practice, 1880-1914. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997. "McDonald examines the radical transformation of British literary culture from 1880 to 1914. Using works by such figures as Joseph Conrad, Arnold Bennet, and Arthur Conan Doyle, McDonald discusses the cultural politics inherent in the period. McDonald demonstrates that the discursive qualities of their texts cannot be fully appreciated without understanding the material conditions of their production." Thoms, Peter. Narrative and Power in Nineteenth-Century Detective Fiction. Athens: Ohio UP, 1998. "Thoms argues that some of the most significant nineteenth-century works of detective fiction not only helped to establish the genre, but also to subvert its structural conventions as well. Using works by Godwin, Poe, Dickens, Collins, and Conan Doyle, Thoms contends that the detective's figurative writing emerges out of a desire to exert control over others and occasionally over himself. Additionally, Thorns reveals the manner in which early detective fiction grapples with the very issue of storytelling itself."

55. ———. "Recent work in critical theory." Style 28, no. 4 (1994): 549.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Presents a bibliography of recent works in critical theory, including reference to Doyle. Greenslade, William. Degeneration, Culture, and the Novel, 1880-1940. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994. "Greenslade confronts the late nineteenth-century belief among many affluent and educated people that destitution, insanity, criminality, and homosexuality were symptoms of the degeneration of the human race. Drawing upon the contrasting, progressive texts by such writers as Hardy, Gissing, Conan Doyle, Conrad, Wells, Forster, and Woolf, Greenslade examines the propagation of 'degenerationism' in the work of popular authors such as Warwick Deeping and John Buchan." Paul, Robert S. Whatever Happened to Sherlock Holmes?: Detective Fiction, Popular Theology, and Society. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1991. "Paul examines the immense popularity of detective fiction, particularly among the most intellectual readers, and offers close readings of works by Edgar Allan Poe, Wilkie Collins, and Conan Doyle, among others. Paul also explores the work of contemporary writers in an effort to understand their revelations about modern culture, its religion, and its ethical standards."

56. Barber, David W. Quotable Sherlock, (Quotable). Toronto: Quotable Press, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- [Garsington : Windsor] (distributor). ill. ; 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. illustrated by Sidney Paget. //

57. Barham, Andrea. The pedant's revolt know what know-it-alls know. Delacorte Press hardcover ed. New York: Delacorte Press, 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2006040159. Includes bibliographical references (p. 147-148) //

58. ———. The pedant's revolt: why most things you think are right are wrong. London: Michael O'Mara Books, 2005.

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59. Baring-Gould, William Stuart. Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street: the life of the world's first consulting detective. New York: Wing Books, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 1995 //

60. Barnes, Bill. The Hounds collection : an anthology by members of the Hounds of the Internet : "Tales from the CyberKennel" in celebration and appreciation of Mr Sherlock Holmes, the world's first and foremost consulting detective. 1st ed. Manly, NSW: The Hounds of the Internet, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 30 cm. "The Hounds of the Internet is a discussion group conducted by electronic mail on matters associated with Sherlock Holmes"--(v. 1, p. 116). Compiled and edited by Langdale Pike. //

61. Barnes, Jon. "The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes." TLS, no. 5494 (2008): 30-30.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article reviews the book "The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes: An Anthology of Crime Stories 1890-1914," edited by Nick Rennison.

62. Barzun, Jacques. From dawn to decadence : 500 years of western cultural life : 1500 to the present. 1st ed. New York: HarperCollins, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. [803]-828) and indexes. Scuttlebutt Aug 2000. // "So vivid are [Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson] that they have become the object of a worldwide cult coupled with a make-believe scholarship: The members of the dozens of Sherlock Holmes societies pretend that Holmes and his friend were historical persons whose lives are recorded in minutest details in the sixty stories. Since these were not written to be consistent or complete, inferences from the data are the subject of endless argument, much of it carried on with the subdued humor that is itself an engaging aspect of Doyle's narratives. This manifestation of modern pedantry does not differ from that shown in the single-author societies and collectors' bibliographical concerns. But the Holmes-and-Watson 'findings' show how easy it is to draw plausible conclusions from verbal hints when the truth is in fact unknowable."

63. Bassett, Troy J., and Christina M. Walter. "Booksellers and Bestsellers: British Book Sales as Documented by The Bookman, 1891-1906." Book History 4, no. (2001): 205-236.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes multiple references to Doyle.

64. Beam, Thelma, and Clarissa Aykroyd. "'Bookshelf' Reviews of The Hound's Collection Volume 5 and A Study in Celluloid: A Producer's Account of Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 2 (2000): 31-33.

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65. Begley, Sharon. "Critical Thinking: Part Skill, Part Mindset And Totally Up to You." Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition, 10/20, 2006: B1-B1.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // This article discusses the difference between having critical thinking skills and applying them. The writer offers an example from the book "The Science of Sherlock Holmes" by E.J Wagner. Cognitive psychologist D. Alan Bensley at Frostberg State College in Maryland argues that application of critical thinking is determined by character traits not intelligence.

66. Bell, A. Craig. "The rise and fall of the detective novel." Contemporary Review 272, no. 1587 (1998): 197.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Explores the popularity and decline of the detective fiction, with multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

67. Bell, H. W. Baker Street studies, (Otto Penzler's Sherlock Holmes library). New York: O. Penzler Books. Distributed by Simon & Schuster, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94022580. Includes bibliographical references //

68. Bell, Ian F. A. "Membranes: Metaphors of Invasion in Nineteenth-Century Literature, Science, and Politics (review)." Modernism/modernity 8, no. 2 (2001): 375-377.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

69. Benedict, David. "Edinburgh Festival: Good heavens, they're alive!" The Independent (London), August 25, 1998: 12.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson are more than 100 years old and still in the detective business. In an exclusive interview, David Benedict talks to the World's Greatest Detective and his chum....As visitors to the University of Minnesota (repository of the world's largest collection of Sherlock Holmes memorabilia) will attest, there's the nasty business of the needles: Holmes is a self- confessed addict....Maggie Fox and Sue Ryding, aka Lip Service, play Holmes and Watson in 'Move Over Moriarty at the Assembly Rooms...."

70. Bensley, Janet. The Camden House Cookbook 2: Recipes From The Empty House. Zeigler, IL: Occupants of The Empty House; Stan Tinsley, 2002.

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71. Bensley, Janet, and Occupants of the Empty House. A blue Christmas. Zeigler, Ill: The Camden House Journal, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Watson and the mystery of observation / by Gordon R. Speck -- The adventure of the blue carbuncle / by Randall Risley -- Dr. Watson wasn't a cook / by "Mrs. Turner" -- 'Tis the season? / by Joseph J. Eckrich -- The devil's pet baits / by Lise Winer -- So pretty a toy / by Jack Crelling -- It's THE precious stone, or is it? / by Janet Bensley -- Catherine's diary, 1887 / by Catherine Cusack //

72. Bensley, Janet, Debbie Tinsley, and Occupants of the Empty House. The Camden House cookbook. Shaw special ed. DuQuoin, Ill: William R. Cochran, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Citations: De Waal C11,385 //

73. Berdan, Marshall S. "On Certain Evidence of Hibernophobia in the Canon." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 49, no. 2 (1999): 7-18.

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74. ———. "A Three-Continent Problem." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 26-30.

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75. Bergem, Phillip G. A Doylean and Sherlockian checklist of The Strand Magazine. 1st ed. Minneapolis, Minn: Privately printed, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 16) //

76. Bergem, Phillip G., Michael V. Eckman, and John Bergquist. The Norwegian Explorers omnibus. Standard ed. Minneapolis, Minn: Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: General introduction -- Cultivating Sherlock Holmes : review / by Elmer L. Andersen -- The crowded box-room / by Theodore C. Blegen -- Sherlock Holmes : master detective -- Exploring Sherlock Holmes / edited by Theodore C. Blegen and E.W. McDiarmid -- Cultivating Sherlock Holmes / edited by Bryce L. Crawford and Joseph B. Connors -- Afterword //

77. Bergquist, John, ed. Christmas annual. Minneapolis, Minn: The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota, 2002-.

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78. ———, ed. The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota Christmas Annual. Minneapolis: The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota, 2002-.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 2002: The 1887 Beeton's Christmas Annual: A History and Current Census / Phillip G. Bergem; Mr Henry Baker and the British Museum / John Bergquist; The Home of the Heart / Robert Brusic and Lucy Brusic; A Canonical Twelve Days / Michael Eckman; Chocolate: Food of the Gods / Judith Freeman; The Blue Carbuncle Crossword Puzzle / Julie McKuras; Watson's Books / Gary Thaden -- 2003: More French Blood for Holmes! / Pasquale Accardo; About That Reichenbach - Did Holmes Really Fall There? An Astonishing Discovery / Robert Brusic; The Case of the Holiday Hypotheses / Michael Eckman; Frederic Dorr Steele and the Limited Editions Club Edition of the Canon: Six Elusive Drawings Rediscovered / Andrew Malec; Norwegian Explorations - The Private Press Publications of The Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota: A Salute to the Sumac Press / C. Paul Martin -- 2004: A Dome Deduced While Strolling in the Park One Day / Robert Brusic; Canonical Holmes / Michael Eckman; Welcome to the Hotel Irregular / Derham Groves; The Missing Amati / Regina Harris; An Odd Place for a Tool Shed and Other Architectural Anomalies of Ridling Thorpe Manor / Karen Murdock -- 2005: A Wooden Narrative / Pasquale Accardo; A Lock Without a Key: Holmes and Hair / Robert Brusic; A Toast to Violet Hunter / Stephen J. Cribari; Holmes on Tour? / Michael Eckman; Mythos Draconis / Regina Harris; How I Met Sherlock Holmes / Cecelia Heffron; An Interesting William Gillette Letter / Andrew Malec; Sound and Sense Onomatopoeia in the Canon / Karen Murdock -- 2006: The Curious Incident of the Policemen's Wives / John Bergquist; Sherlockian Phantoms / Ruth Berman; The Wild West, Victoria Regina, and Sherlock Holmes / Robert Brusic; The Woman / Stephen J. Cribari; Finding Miss Hunter / Michael Eckman; Moriarty's Reprise / Regina Harris; Canonical Word Search / Francine Kitts; Victorian Villainesses: Accessories and More / Dayna McCausland; The Luncheon / Julie McKuras; Georgiana, The Duchess of Devonshire: An Unusual Mother in the Canon / Sue Visoskie -- 2007: I Wed Three Wives / Pasquale Accardo; Allen Mackler's 221B Room: A Photographic Appreciation / John Bergquist; 221Bs: A Survey of Recreations of the Sitting Room / John Bergquist; Blessed be the Blade That Binds / Robert Brusic; 221A: Belowstairs at Baker Street / Pj Doyle; Sherlock Slept Here? / Michael Eckman; Hell Hath No Fury / Mary Loving; Our Friend Allen Mackler and His Room / C. Paul Martin; Now You See It: A Matching quize on the Contents of the Sitting Room at 221B / Karen Murdock //

79. Berlyne, Alex. "There's No Police Like Holmes." The Jerusalem Post, August 22, 1997: 27.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...Judging by the endless stream of dotty pronouncements that issues forth from this Home for the Bewildered, any Member of the Flat Earth Society has about the same grasp of reality as the average Member of the Knesset. The only place that can compare with our legislative assembly's free-floating fantasies, however, is London's Baker Street which has to be seen to be believed. Recently there was some talk of turning Hechal Shlomo into a sort of theme park - presumably featuring Mickey Mouse with peyot. Let the north end of Baker Street serve us as a dreadful warning. The Sherlock Holmes Hotel, for example, includes 'Dr. Watson's Bar and Lounge,' and 'Moriarty's Restaurant.' A double room can set you back 170 while The Reichenbach Suite is 200 a night - which seems to indicate that the owners are nowhere near as daft as the guests...."

80. Bernard, André. Madame Bovary, c'est moi! : the great characters of literature and where they came from. New York: W.W. Norton, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 1st ed. 19 cm. // Sherlock Holmes is included.

81. Bigelow, S. Tupper, Donald Aitcheson Redmond, Peter Calamai, and Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. An irregular Anglo-American glossary of more or less unfamiliar words, terms and phrases in the Sherlock Holmes saga. 2nd, with additional writings by the author ed. Toronto, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

82. Blau, Peter E. "Book review--'A Sherlock Holmes Handbook' by Christopher Redmond." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 75 (1994): 43-44.

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83. Boote, Henry. A Baker Street workbook. S.l: s.n., 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (leaves 87-88) // Covers the sixty Sherlock Holmes stories with information about each one, a listing of articles from the Baker Street Journal having to do with it and pages for the reader to make notes

84. ———, ed. Cliff Notes on Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers. Old Tappan, NJ: Mrs. Hudson's Cliffdwellers, 2000-2001.

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85. Boström, Mattias. Tretton kriminella klassiker : författarporträtt : [John Dickson Carr, Raymond Chandler, G. K. Chesterton, Agatha Christie, Conan Doyle, Dashiell Hammett, Ross Macdonald, Ellery Queen, Dorothy Sayers, Georges Simenon, Sjöwall/Wahlöö, Rex Stout, Stieg Trenter], (Deckarserien). Lund: BTJ förlag, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm. //

86. Bowen, Richard. "Further Lessons in Baritsu." The Ritual, no. 20 (1997): 22-26.

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87. Brady, Michael J. "The Inspiration for the Boy Scouts: Sherlock Holmes, Wiggins and The Baker Street Irregulars." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 78-89.

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88. ———. "Philosophy 110 Critical Thinking With a Sherlockian Twist." Shoso-In Bulletin 10, no. (2000): 138-148.

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89. Brodie, Brian S. "'Bookshelf' Review of The Parlour Games of Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 1 (1997): 45.

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90. Brodie, Brian S., and Mark Alberstat. "'Bookshelf' Reviews of The Case Files of Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band and Shades of Sherlock." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 3 (1998): 46-47.

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91. Brodie, Robert, and Warren Randall. The log of the "Gloria Scott" the practical book of Sherlock Holmes with some observations upon the segregation of the irregular. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

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92. Brogdon, Philip R. A poetical tribute to Baker Street. 1st ed. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

93. Brown, Craig. "Clued up; Avast tome that pores over every detail of Sherlock Holmes's life means you'll always be." Mail on Sunday (London), January 1, 2006: 59.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, edited with notes by Leslie S. Klinger. "...The Annotated Sherlock Holmes is a mad and magnificent undertaking: 3,500 beautiful pages, spread across three weighty volumes, containing every Sherlock Holmes story ever written, hundreds of apposite pictures, ranging from film stills to maps to contemporary illustrations, plus acres of witty and scholarly (and how rarely those two adjectives go together!) notes...."

94. Brown, Richard. "More 'Sherlockholmesing' in Joyce's Ulysses." Notes & Queries 55, no. 1 (2008): 66-68.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // A literary criticism of the book "Ulysses," by James Joyce is presented. It explores various references to the Sherlock Holmes stories of Arthur Conan Doyle surrounding the secret letter from Martha Clifford to "Ulysses'" hero Leopold Bloom in the 'Sirens' episode. The common theme of extra-martial indiscretions in 'Sirens' and the Sherlock Holmes stories in question is highlighted and the author attempts to trace the origins of Sherlock Holmes stories in Joyce's cultural framework.

95. Browne, Ray B. "Book Reviews." Journal of American Culture 21, no. 3 (1998): 103.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book The Secret Marriage of Sherlock Holmes and Other Eccentric Readings, by Michael Atkinson.

96. Browne, Ray Broadus, and Lawrence A. Kreiser. The detective as historian : history and art in historical crime fiction. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references. Preface by Robin W. Winks. // "Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle are mentioned in essays by Judy Ann Ford ('Umberto Eco: The Name of the Rose') and by Gary Hoppenstand ('Elizabeth Peters: The Last Camel Died at Noon as Lost World Adventure Pastiche')."

97. ———. The detective as historian : history and art in historical crime fiction. Vol. 2. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm. David Wishart: democratizing Roman culture through crime fiction / Ray B. Browne -- Rosemary Rowe: crime fiction chronicler of Roman Britain / Ray B. Browne -- Sharon Kay Penman: the plantagenets and the detective connection / Linda J. Holland-Toll -- Caroline Roe: Isaac the outsider / Christiane W. Luehrs, Robert B. Luehrs -- Sleuthing for the Union: the Civil War mysteries of Michael Kilian / Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr. -- A murderous regiment of women / Jean Culp Flanigan -- Robin Paige and Dianne Day: The "new woman" detective / Jennifer S. Palmer -- Charles Todd: the guilt-ridden in pursuit of the guilty / Rita Rippetoe -- Barbara Hambly: and the mix of New Orleans / Donna B. Smith -- Margaret Coel: crime and history in the Arapaho world / Edward J. Rielly. //

98. Brunsdale, Mitzi. Icons of Mystery and Crime Detection : from sleuths to superheroes. 2 vols, (Greenwood icons). Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 27 cm. v. 1. Batman: the Herculean detective -- James Bond: the byronic spy -- Father Brown: the clerical sleuth -- Charlie Chan: "the first nonwhite popular detective" -- Agatha Christie: creator of Hercule Poirot, the foreign sleuth, and Miss Jane Marple, the elderly sleuth -- Inspector Clouseau: the detective as buffoon -- Columbo: the disheveled detective -- Dragnet: television's most famous police drama -- Nancy Drew: the girl detective -- Jessica Fletcher: the mystery writer snoop -- Mike Hammer: a very imperfect, far from gentle knight -- Dirty Harry: the vigilante cop -- v. 2. Tony Hillerman : creator of ethnic detectives Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee -- Alfred Hitchcock : cinemas master of suspense -- Sherlock Holmes : the genius detective -- Inspector Jules Maigret : the gallic gumshoe -- Philip Marlowe : the detective as knight errant -- Perry Mason : the legal sleuth : Edgar Allan Poe : The father of detective fiction -- Dorothy L. Sayers : creator of Lord Peter Wimsey, the aristocratic sleuth -- Sam Spade : the hard-boiled private eye -- Dick Tracy : the first comic strip police detective hero -- Nero Wolfe : the armchair sleuth -- Zorro : the masked avenger. Includes bibliographical references and index. //

99. Buard, Jean-Luc, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Bibliographie des Traductions d'Arthur Conan Doyle dans les periodiques 1894-1914. S.l.: Visage Vert, 1995.

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100. Bunson, Matthew. Encyclopedia Sherlockiana an A-to-Z guide to the world of the great detective. 1st ed. New York: Macmillan, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94010714. Includes bibliographical references (p. 325-326) //

101. ———. The Sherlock Holmes encyclopedia. London: Pavilion, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

102. Bunson, Matthew, and Masamichi Higurashi. Sharokku Homuzu hyakka jiten = Encyclopedia Sherlockiana. Tokyo: Hara Shobo, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 460-470) //

103. Burgess, Anthony, and Ben Forkner. One man's chorus the uncollected writings. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "A genuine master of the mot and the anecdote, Burgess rarely fails to amuse in this generous selection of essays on topics as various as oranges (not only of the clockwork variety), Marilyn Monroe, God, and Yiddish humor (his favorite one-liner, the Jewish matron's response to her son's psychiatrist: "Oedipus Schmoedipus - what's it matter so long as he loves his mother?")."--Book jacket. "In other of these candid and sometimes cantankerous pieces written over the past two decades Burgess revisits his youth in Manchester, reconsiders his experiences among British colonials in Malaysia, and reevaluates his literary exile in Monaco. He examines his craft, he carps at critics, he reflects upon literature and litterateurs, from such twentieth-century giants as James Joyce, T. S. Eliot, and Virginia Woolf to the eccentric Sitwells to fellow novelists Evelyn Waugh and Graham Greene."--Book jacket. Includes his essay "Our Eternal Holmes."

104. ———. One man's chorus the uncollected writings. 1st Caroll & Graff trade paper ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references // "A genuine master of the mot and the anecdote, Burgess rarely fails to amuse in this generous selection of essays on topics as various as oranges (not only of the clockwork variety), Marilyn Monroe, God, and Yiddish humor (his favorite one-liner, the Jewish matron's response to her son's psychiatrist: "Oedipus Schmoedipus - what's it matter so long as he loves his mother?")."--Book jacket. "In other of these candid and sometimes cantankerous pieces written over the past two decades Burgess revisits his youth in Manchester, reconsiders his experiences among British colonials in Malaysia, and reevaluates his literary exile in Monaco. He examines his craft, he carps at critics, he reflects upon literature and litterateurs, from such twentieth-century giants as James Joyce, T. S. Eliot, and Virginia Woolf to the eccentric Sitwells to fellow novelists Evelyn Waugh and Graham Greene."--Book jacket. Includes his essay "Our Eternal Holmes."

105. Burr, Robert C. "Review--Commanding Views From the Empty House edited by William R. Cochran and Gordon R. Speck." The Holmes & Watson Report 1, no. 1 (1997): 15.

  1. even a play, by the members of one of the most active and dedicated Sherlockian societies, The Occupants of the Empty House.

    106. Cabrera Infante, G. Holy smoke. Woodstock, New York: Overlook Press, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96049493; Scuttlebutt June 1998 // "A fascinating, expert, and humorous discussion of the history of cigars (and cigarettes and pipes) with occasional references to the Canon."

107. ———. Puro humo. Madrid: Alfaguara, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2001378236. Includes filmography (p. 495-503) // "A fascinating, expert, and humorous discussion of the history of cigars (and cigarettes and pipes) with occasional references to the Canon."

108. Cagnat, Jean-Pierre, and Société Sherlock Holmes de France. Calendrier 2009. [Paris]: [Société Sherlock Holmes de France], 2009.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 30 x 21 cm. Illustrations de Jean-Pierre Cagnat (SSHF, BSI). Spiral bound at top edge, middle when opened. "Imprime a Paris en 50 exemplaires." Signed and dated on cover by illustrator. //

109. Calamai, Peter, Peter H. Wood, Trevor S. Raymond, and Cameron Hollyer. "'Bookshelf' Reviews of As It Might Have Been, The Final Solution, The Adventure of the Awful Apparition, City of Ice, Call Me True: A Biography of True Davidson and The Baker Street Irregulars in The War of the Worlds Mystery." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 2 (1999): 31-36.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

110. Calhoon, Kenneth S. "The detective and the witch: Local knowledge and the aesthetic pre-history of detection." Comparative Literature 47, no. 4 (1995): 307.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Discusses the predilection among certain narrative theorists for the classical detective story. Includes multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

111. Campbell, Mark. "Hot on Sherlock Holmes's Trail; Mark Campbell Sniffs Out the London Haunts of Conan Doyle's Legendary Sleuth." The Independent (London), October 27, 2001: 7.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "One of the most famous literary addresses in London is 221b Baker Street. There's only one problem - the cosy rooms of amateur detective Sherlock Holmes and his friend, John H Watson, don't actually exist. The 'real' 221b, subsumed by the head office of the Abbey National, is not a worthy place of veneration. However, down the street in the Sherlock Holmes Museum..., you'll find a mock 221b frontage and a frighteningly accurate rendition of the dark and cluttered Victorian interior of Conan Doyle's stories. But for every fictitious address in the Canon (the official term for the four novels and 56 short stories featuring Holmes and Watson), you'll find plenty of bona fide locations in the capital. To begin with, turn the corner into Wigmore Street and you pass the post office that Holmes magically deduced Watson had visited in The Sign of Four (1890)...."

112. Campbell, Mark, and Richard Lancelyn Green. The pocket essential Sherlock Holmes, (Pocket essentials.Literature). Harpenden: Pocket Essentials, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 18 cm. Includes bibliographical references. // "Provides an interesting introduction to the world of Sherlock Holmes for newcomers (a 'modern equivalent of the old Baedeker Guide,' Richard Lancelyn Green suggests in his introduction), with discussion of each of the 60 stories, an annotated list of actors who have played Holmes, and other reference material.

113. Campbell, Patrick. "Author! Author! A Selection of Pseudoepigraphical Sherlockinisms." Canadian Holmes 22, no. 1 (1998): 26-28.

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114. ———. Shades of Sherlock. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: cn 97930176 //

115. ———. The tides of the Wight the gentlemen go by. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

116. Canton, Rolf J. The Moriarty principle an irregular look at Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. Lakeville, Mn: Galde Press, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96040346; Scuttlebutt Jul 1997 // Rolf J. Canton has contributed often to the newsletter of The Norwegian Explorers, and his essays and poems have been collected here; along with new material that includes the scripts for two radio plays and a fine assortment of photographs taken at Explorers' meetings and conferences."

117. Caplan, Richard M. "Dr. Watson, Mr. Sherlock Holmes" the adventures of young Stamford and other Sherlockiana. Shelburne, Ont: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 167); Scuttlebutt Feb 1997 // "Offers a fine demonstration of how much fun a Sherlockian can have mixing the Canon with an area of expertise: Caplan's area of expertise is dermatology, and he has over the years discussed that aspect of the Sherlock Holmes stories in articles in medical journals and in The Baker Street Journal, all reprinted here. But there is much more in this book: a series of letters from written by Young Stamford to his wife, from 1882 to 1913, and tells some fine stories about his travels and the people he meets (including Holmes and Watson, more than once)."

118. Carlile, David. "The Notorious Wilson - A Literary Influence?" The Nezire Zanmai International 2, no. (1992): 58.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

119. Case, James. "Paradoxes Involving Conflicts of Interest." American Mathematical Monthly 107, no. 1 (2000): 33.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Discusses paradoxes involving conflicts of interest in the book 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.'

120. Chabon, Michael. Maps and Legends : reading and writing along the borderlands. San Francisco [Calif.]: McSweeney's Books, 2008.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm. Trickster in a suit of lights: thoughts on the modern short story -- Maps and legends -- Fan fictions: on Sherlock Holmes -- Ragnarok boy -- On daemons & dust -- Kids' stuff -- Killer hook: Howard Chaykin's American Flagg! -- Dark adventure: on Cormac McCarthy's The road -- The Other James -- Landsman of the lost -- Thoughts on the death of Will Eisner -- My back pages -- Diving into the wreck -- Recipe for life -- Imaginary homelands -- Golems I have known, or, Why my elder son's middle name is Napoleon. // A series of linked essays in praise of reading and writing, with subjects running from ghost stories to comic books, Sherlock Holmes to Cormac McCarthy. Throughout, Chabon energetically argues for a return to the thrilling, chilling origins of storytelling, rejecting the false walls around "serious" literature in favor of a wide-ranging affection.

121. Chadwick, Peter. "Review--Canines in the Canon, or a Hound in Huddersfield." The Ritual, no. 27 (2001): 50-52.

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122. Chambers, Tod. "Sick detectives." Lancet 364, no. (2004): 56-57.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Highlights mystery novels and films that feature detectives who are limited by their own physical or mental states. Includes multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

123. Champkin, Julian. "Elementary! This is the real Sherlock Holmes." Daily Mail (London), May 20, 1999: 13.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...And if that sounds like Sherlock Holmes, it is because the young medical student was Arthur Conan Doyle and his teacher was Dr Joseph Bell - the man who inspired the creation of the great fictional detective. But new research seems to show that Bell was rather more than just an Edinburgh doctor - he may have been a real-life detective....But now the BBC would have us believe otherwise. David Pirie, script editor for a BBC series on Bell to be shown in the autumn, claims to have evidence that Bell was not only a doctor when Conan Doyle met him - he was a consulting detective as well...."

124. Chapman, Paul M. "A Literary Mosaic: Arthur Conan Doyle as Literary Pioneer and Synthesizer." The Ritual, no. 27 (2001): 34-46.

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125. ———. "Review--'The Doctor, The Detective and Arthur Conan Doyle' by Martin Booth." The Ritual, no. 20 (1997): 66-68.

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126. ———. "Review--The Maiwand Luncheon Monograph." The Ritual, no. 26 (2000): 66-67.

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127. ———. "Review--The Penguin Sherlock Holmes." The Ritual, no. 28 (2001): 51-53.

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128. ———. "Review--'The Victorian Underworld' by Donald Thomas." The Ritual, no. 22 (1998): 75-76.

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129. Charnock, Ian Alfred. The Elementary cases of Sherlock Holmes. London: Breese Books, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: Prelude: the great exhibition of '51 -- Part one: Expositions from the Musgrave ritual. The record of the Tarleton murders -- The case of Vamberry, the wine merchant -- The adventure of the old Russian woman -- The singular affair of the aluminium crutch -- A Full account of Ricoletti of the club foot and his abominable wife -- Part two. Mrs. Farintosh and an opal tiara -- Matilda Briggs and the giant rat of Sumatra //

130. Cheng, Henry P. "Sherlock Holmes in China." Shoso-In Bulletin 12, no. (2002): 32-35.

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131. Chorley, Richard J. Sherlock Holmes at Sidney Sussex College 1871-1873 an imaginative reconstruction. S.l: s.n, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Scuttlebutt Jul 2002. // "A carefully-researched, illustrated, and footnoted pastiche published in 1997."

132. Clarkson, Stephen. The canonical compendium. Ashcroft, British Columbia: Calabash Press, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 429). Scuttlebutt Jan 2001. // "The product of more than 30 years of research (it started as a joint project with the late Bill Fleischauer), and the results of the research are both interesting and useful: there's a topical index of the Canon, with 80 categories and 144 subcategories, and story indexes for each of the 60 tales, with page numbers noted for five different editions (Baring-Gould's Annotated Sherlock Holmes and the Doubleday, Heritage Press, John Murray, and Oxford Press editions), plus intriguing introductory notes and 'miscellaneous' citations for each story."

133. Coady, Roxanne, and Joy Johannessen. The book that changed my life 71 remarkable writers celebrate the books that matter most to them. New York: Gotham Books, 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2006023179. Introduction / Roxanne J. Coady -- Dorothy Allison on Toni Morrisons's The Bluest Eye -- Kate Atkinson on Robert Coover's Pricksongs and Descants -- Atlas on Gwendolyn Brooks's Selected Poems -- Robert Ballard on Joseph Campbell's The Power of Myth -- Gina Barreca on Jean Kerr's The Snake Has All the Lines -- Nicholas A. Basbanes on the Works of Shakespeare -- Graeme Base on J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings -- Jeff Benedict on The Little Engine That Could -- Elizabeth Berg on J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye -- Amy Bloom on The Most of P.G. Wodehouse -- Harold Bloom on John Crowley's Little, Big -- Lary Bloom on John Hersey's Hiroshima -- Chris Bohjalian on Joyce Carol Oates's Expensive People and More -- Steven Brill on Theodore H. White's The Making of the President, 1960 -- Benjamin Cheever on Ernest Becker's The Denial of Death -- Da Chen on Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo -- Harriet Scott Chessman on Gertrude Stein's Ida -- Brother Christopher on Thomas Merton's The Seven Storey Mountain -- Carol Higgins Clark on Mary Higgins Clark's A Stranger Is Watching -- Billy Collins on Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' The Yearling -- and Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita -- Claire Cook on the Nancy Drew Mysteries -- Caroline B. Cooney on Caesar's Gallic Wars -- Patricia Cornwell on Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin -- Maureen Corrigan on Charles Dickens' David Copperfield -- Nelson DeMille on Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and More -- Tomie dePaola on Sigrid Undset's Kristin Lavransdatter -- Anita Diamant on Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own -- Dominick Dunne on Anthony Trollope's The Way We Live Now -- Carlos Eire on Thomas á Kempis's The Imitation of Christ -- Linda Fairstein on Arthur Conan Doyle's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes -- Doris Kearns Goodwin on Barbara W. Tuchman's The Guns of August -- Linda Greenlaw on Sebastian Junger's The Perfect Storm -- David Halberstam on Cecil Woodham-Smith's The Reason Why -- Alice Hoffman on J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye -- Sebastian Junger on Dee Brown's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee -- Tracy Kidder on Ernest Hemingways Collected Stories -- Robert Kurson on Ernest Becker's The Denial of Death -- Wally Lamb on Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird -- Anne Lamott on Ram Dass's The Only Dance There Is and More -- Barbara Leaming on Sigmund Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams -- Senator Joe Lieberman on the Bible -- Margot Livesey on Charolotte Brontës Jane Eyre -- Senator John McCain on Ernest Hemingway's For Whom the Bell Tolls -- Frank McCourt on Shakespeare's Henry VIII -- Faith Middleton on F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby -- Jacquelyn Mitchard on Betty Smith's A Tree Grows in Brooklyn -- Leigh Montville on Ed McBain's 87th Precinct Series -- Sara Nelson on Herman Wouk's Marjorie Morningstar and Susan Isaacs' Compromising Positions -- Sherwin B. Nuland on William Lewis Nida's Ab the Cave Man -- Laura Numeroff on Kay Thompson's Eloise -- Stewart O'Nan on William Maxwells So Long, See You Tomorrow -- Jacques Pépin on Albert Camus' The Myth of Sisyphus -- Anne Perry on G.K. Chesterton's The Man Who Was Thursday -- Jack Prelutsky on Robert Louis Stevenson's A Child's Garden of Verses and More -- Ian Rankin on Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange -- Richard Rhodes on Albert Schweitzer's Out of My Life and Thought and Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle Series -- Frank Rich on Moss Hart's Act One -- SARK on Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings -- Lisa Scottoline on Frank McCourt's Angela's Ashes -- Bernie S. Siegel on William Saroyan's The Human Comedy -- Liz Smith on Christopher Morley's Kitty Foyle and Guy Endore's Voltaire! Voltaire! -- Edward Sorel on Stendhal's The Red and the Black -- Jane Stern on John Barth's The End of the Road -- Michael Stern on the Sears Catalogue -- Alexandra Stoddard on Rainer Maria Rilke's Letters to a Young Poet -- Paco Underhill on C.S. Forester's Horatio Hornblower Series -- Susan Vreeland on Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird -- Kate Walbert on E.B. White's Charlotte's Web -- Katharine Weber on Steven Millhauser's Edwin Mullhouse -- Jacqueline Winspear on F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby -- The Books That Changed Their Lives : A Reading List of the Books Selected by the Contributors -- Roxanne's Very Opinionated Reading List -- Joy's Very Opinionated Reading List -- Acknowledgments. // Linda Fairstein on Arthur Conan Doyle's The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

134. Cochran, William R. "The Editor's Gas-lamp: 1895 plus 100." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 4 (1994): 197-198.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Some reflections on Vincent Starrett, his sonnet "221B," and the BSI.

135. ———. "The Editor's Gas-lamp: A Thought About That Thought." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 2 (1994): 69-70.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Thoughts on The Final Problem, Walter P. Armstrong's article about this tale, and The Adventure of the Empty House.

136. ———. The Occupants within the Sherlock Holmes reference library. S.l: Occupants of the Empty House, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references // The collection comprises reprints of studies of 6 titles, or of selections from the titles by Doyle: A study in scarlet, The adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, The return of Sherlock Holmes, The hound of the Baskervilles, The sign of four. All articles are by members of the scion, Occupants of the Empty House, and have been cited in Leslie Klinger's The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library

137. ———. "A Review of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Novels by Leslie Klinger." The Camden House Journal 27, no. 10 (2005): insert.

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138. Cochran, William R., and Gordon R. Speck, eds. Commanding views from the Empty House: collected writings by the Occupants of the Empty House. 1st ed. Indianapolis, IN: Gasogene Books, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Feb 1997. Contents: A Question of Ballistics? / D. F. Beasley; The Empty House: A Puzzle / Janet Beasley; The Final Problem: A Puzzle / Janet Beasley; The Great Hiatus: A Puzzle / Janet Beasley; Tiger, Tiger / Janet Beasley; The Persistent Enemy: Further Thoughts on Col. Moran / Jack Crelling; Conferment by the Sign of Four / William R. Cochran; For the Sake of a Trust / William R. Cochran; An Irregular Experience / William R. Cochran; Sixteen Years in an Empty House / William R. Cochran; The Death and Resurrection of Sherlock Holmes: Some Questions Raised / Joe Eckrich; A Full House / Joe Eckrich; The Red-Headed League: Key to the Empty Head / Joe Echrich; A Laboratory at Montpelier / Raymond L. Holly; The New Beginning / Raymond L. Holly; So You Think Coal-Tar Derivatives Are Boring? Not So! / Brad Keefauver; The Adventure of the Failed Falls / Mary Jo Kostya; Memorials in Meiringen / Alfred A. Levin; The Race to Victoria, or How Did the Professor Ever Find Out? / Alfred A. Levin; The Final Red-Headed Problem / Michael W. McClure; When Doyle Visited Baker Street / Michael McClure and Susan McClure; Earlier and for Another Reason / Glen S. Milner; Holmes's Mistake: the Case of the Empty Head / Glen S. Milner; A Short but Interesting Visit / Ed Moorman; A Long as There Are Sherlockians, the Problems Will Never Be Final / Randall Risley; Holmes and Watson: A Play in Two Acts / Lee Eric Shackleford; The Curious Incident of the Press in the Springtime / Gordon R. Speck; 'The Final Problem' Solved / Gordon R. Speck; Holmes, Heroics, Hiatus: A Man to Match Swiss Mountains / Gordon R. Speck; Key(s) to EMPT: Having Pun in the Empty House / Gordon R. Speck; A Measure of the Master / Gordon R. Speck; The Provenance of Parker, the Garroter / Gordon R. Speck; 'A Week Later I was in Florence' / Gordon R. Speck; Sherlock Holmes's Problems / Newton M. Williams; The Vacant Pad Caper / Newton M. Williams; The Archetypal Sherlock Holmes / Lloyd Worley // "Is just what the subtitle states; the best papers from the society's 16 years of monthly meetings are scholarly, unscholarly, and occasionally scandalous, and there's a reprint of the script for Lee Eric Shackleford's two-act play 'Holmes and Watson.'"

139. Cohen, Edward H. "Victorian Bibliography for 1998." Victorian Studies 42, no. 4 (1999): 719-873.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

140. ———. "Victorian Bibliography for 1999." Victorian Studies 43, no. 4 (2001): 699-839.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes Doyle references. --Baccolini, Raffaella, Carla Comellini, & Vita Fortunati, eds. Culture di lingua inglese a confronto. Bologna: CLUEB, 1998. 256 pp. Includes Barrie, Doyle, and Stevenson; --Baxter, Kent B. "Identity in Crisis: Modernism and the Texts of Adolescence." DAIA 59:2972. Includes Doyle and Kipling; --Calanchi, Alessandra. Quattro studi in rosso: I confini del privato maxchile nella narrativa vittoriana. Cesena: Societa Editrice "Il Ponte Vecchio," 1997. 216 pp. Includes Collins, Doyle, and Stevenson; --Cockerell, Hugh. "Tobacco and Victorian Literature," in IIIsc, Lock, Reynolds, & Tansey, pp. 89-99. Includes Dickens, Doyle, and A. Trollope; --Drever, Tiffany E. "Medical Mysteries: Dragging the Victorian Hysteria into the Machine Age." DAIA 59:3827. Includes Collins, Dickens, and Doyle; --Fraser, Robert W. Victorian Quest Romance: Stevenson, Haggard, Kipling, and Conan Doyle. Plymouth: Northcote, 1998. 93 pp.; --Hendershot, Cyndy. The Animal Within: Masculinity and the Gothic. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1998. 281 pp. Includes C. Bronte, Conrad, Doyle, Stevenson, and Stoker; --Hennessey, Rosemary, & Chrys Ingraham, eds. Materialist Feminism: A Reader in Class, Difference, and Women's Lives. London: Routledge, 1997. 430 pp. Includes Doyle; --Krebs, Paula M. Gender, Race, and the Writing of Empire: Public Discourse and the Boer War. Cambridge UP. 205 pp. Includes Doyle, Haggard, Kipling, and Schreiner; --Otis, Laura. Membranes: Metaphors of Invasion in Nineteenth-Century Literature, Science, and Politics. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP. 210 pp. Includes Doyle; --Ramirez, Luz E. "Empire and Americanism: British Representations of Latin America." DAIA 59: 3468. Includes Conrad and Doyle; --Reitz, Caroline W. "The Necessary Detective: Police, Empire and Victorian National Identity." DAIA 60:1576. Includes Burton, Collins, Dickens, Doyle, and Kipling; --Baker Street Inventory." BSJ Mar:59-63; Jun:53- 55; Sep:58-61; Dec:59-61. --Calanchi, Alessandra. "'Others Will Follow': Lo strano caso di Jekyll, Hyde e Sherlock Holmes." RdSV 3, 5(1998):133-43. --Calanchi, Alessandra. "Rovinare le sacre simbiosi: Rosencrantz, Guildenstern e Sherlock Holmes." Poetiche: Letteratura ed Altro 4/5(1996):145-55. --Edwards, Owen Dudley. "Arthur Conan Doyle," in V, Winks & Corrigan, pp. 301-30. --Frank, Lawrence. "The Hound of the Baskervilles, the Man on the Tor, and a Metaphor for the Mind." NCL 54:336-72. --Genis, Aleksandr. "Zakon i poriadok: Moi Sherlock Holmes." Znamia Dec:195-201. --Goldfarb, Clifford. The Great Shadow: Arthur Conan Doyle, Brigadier Gerard and Napoleon. Ashcroft, BC: Calabash, 1997. 232 pp. Rev. by N. Dames in VPR 32:181-82. --Hennessy, Rosemary, & Rajeswri Mohan. "The Construction of Women in Three Popular Texts of Empire: Toward a Critique of Materialist Feminism," in V, Hennessey & Ingraham, pp. 186-206. Includes "The Speckled Band." --Holland-Toll, Linda J. "Holmes the Prole: Or, a Marxist, Definitely Manque." Clues 20, 1:37-48. --Jenkins, William D. The Adventure of the Detected Detective: Sherlock Holmes in James Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake". Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1998. 149 pp. --Jurkowska-Krupa, Beata. "Modes of Storytelling: A Rhetorical Analysis of Film and Television Adaptations of Arthur Conan Doyle's The Hound of the Baskervilles and Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina." DAIA 59:3265. --Keep, Christopher, & Don Randall. "Addiction, Empire, and Narrative in Arthur Conan Doyle's The Sign of Four." Novel 32:207-21. --Kestner, J. Sherlock's Men. . . . See VB 1997, 794. Rev. by E. Lauterbach in ELT 42:212-16; by R. Jann in VS 42:314-16. --McConchie, R. W. "Privileged and Displaced Persons: Henry Lawson in Sherlock Holmes's England." CE&S 21, 2:83-100. --Otis, Laura. Membranes: Metaphors of Invasion in Nineteenth-Century Literature, Science, and Politics. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP. 210 pp. Includes Doyle. --Schumacher, Hans. "Sherlock Holmes und der Höllenhund: Mythologie der Detektivgeschichte," in V, Chiarini, Kruse, & Todini, pp. 265-84. --Stashower, Daniel. Teller of Tales: The Life of Arthur Conan Doyle. London: Pan; NY: Holt. 512 pp. Rev. by A. Lejeune in NRev 31 May:68-69.

141. Collins, Max Allan. The history of mystery. 1st American ed, (Art fiction series). Portland, OR: Collectors Press, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- col. ill. ; 32 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 194) and index. // "The History Of Mystery's text, by the fine mystery writer Max Allan Collins, is a joy to read. It's not hard to tell when a writer, rather than a scholar, is doing the writing. Inevitably, because of the enormous range covered between these covers, it mostly skims the surface of the entire genre, but it's all nicely presented."

142. Conway, William H., and Linda L. Conway. Canonical Crime Scenes and Investigations. Vol. 1. Cincinnati: Classic Specialties Books, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Feb 1996 // "Offers a new approach to the Canon: summaries of 14 cases done as official crime-scene reports..."

143. Cooke, Catherine. "Letter to the Editor." Varieties of Ash 2, no. 1 (1994): 20.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

144. Cooper, Scott. Sticks and stones : 7 ways your child can deal with teasing, conflict, and other hard times. New York: Three Rivers Press, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm. Includes index. Scuttlebutt Aug 2000. // "With an interesting section about a 'Sherlock Holmes technique' that children can use in starting conversations and keeping them going."

145. ———. "Sticks and stones : 7 ways your child can deal with teasing, conflict, and other hard times." New York: Times Books, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 1st ed. ill. ; 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Aug 2000. // "With an interesting section about a 'Sherlock Holmes technique' that children can use in starting conversations and keeping them going."

146. Coppola, Joseph A., Stu Shiffman, and Nancy Beiman. Occasionally the British government. Fayetteville, NY: Mycroft Holmes Society Press, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Aug 2000. // "Offers 156 pages of scholarship, poetry, pastiche, and artwork devoted (appropriately) to Mycroft Holmes."

147. Cotner, Robert, C. Frederick Kittle, Eli Liebow, and Vincent Starrett. Caxtonian. vol. 5, no. 3, March 1997, [Holmesiana periodical articles. Chicago, Ill.: Caxton Club, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 28 cm. Dr. Kittle and Dr. Doyle : kinsmen through medicine and belle letters / RC [Robert Cotner] -- There's more to Doyle than Holmes / by C. Frederick Kittle -- Doyle influenced by English and American literature / [Eli] Liebow -- A chronology of books by Arthur Conan Doyle 1859-1930 / C. Frederick Kittle -- Caxtonian's classic poem salutes Holmes and Watson : Sonnet 221B / Vincent Starrett. //

148. Cox, Michael, Stuart Doughty, and Nicky Cooney. The Baker Street File: a guide to the appearance and habits of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson specially prepared for the Granada Television series The adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New ed. Ashcroft, British Columbia : Calabash Press, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "There were many things that made the Granada 'Sherlock Holmes' series such a great success, and one of the most important was careful preparation and attention to detail on the part of producer Michael Cox. Part of that preliminary work was the creation by Cox, associate producer Stuart Doughty, and researcher Nicky Cooney, of an 80-page detailed production guide, extracted from the Canon and issued as a stapled handbook to those who worked on the series. And now that background bible is available to those who would like to see their work, with a new foreword by Cox."

149. Crignon, Hélène. De Sherlock Holmes au professeur Challenger : inquietant, fantastique et fiction speculative dans l'oeuvre de Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859 - 1930). S.l.: s.n., 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

150. Dahlinger, S. E. Violets & vitriol essays: about Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Aspects of Ballarat / Karen Anderson; Exploited Women in The Hound of the Baskervilles / Beth Austin; Lunar Ladies: Sherlock Holmes and His female clients / Diana Barsham; Russian Roulette a SCANdalous Discussion / Nancy Beiman and Mia Stampe; A Perennial Toast / Paula S. Cohen; Mrs. Hudson, The Woman of Baker Street / Deborah Clark; The Bedside Manner / Catherine Cooke; The. . . Dweller on the Threshold / Susan E. Dahlinger; Canonical Scribbles / Roberta Davies; Science and Sir Arthur (or D is for Dinosaur) / Judith Freeman; Christian Names / Naomi Hayashi; Holmes's Wardrobe / Naomi Hayashi; Plum's Sherlock: Conan Doyle's Influence on Pelham Grenville Wodehouse / Marilyn MacGregor; How the Brigadier Wooed the Ladies / Dayna McCausland; The Compliments of the Season / Julie McKuras; Old Woman Be Damned / Rosemary Michaud; Past Remembering / Sarah Montague; Autolycus in Chicago / Susan Rice; Through a Glass Darkly / Barbara Roden; Mrs. Beeton / Julia Carlson Rosenblatt; The Monster Within: Pseudo-Gothic Tales of the Canon / Barbara Rusch; The Yellow Face / Hiromi Sasabe; The Long Island Cape (Re) Visited / Marina Stajic; Adversarial Women: Worthy and Unworthy Opponents / Lynne E. Walker // In a volume timed to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the birthday of Sherlock Holmes, a collection of essays written entirely by women on Holmes and his creator, on Irene Adler, on Mrs. Beeton, on Vincent Starrett, on P.G. Wodehouse, and on many more topics

151. Dalrymple, Theodore. "Holmes and his commentators." The New Criterion 24, no. 3 (2005): 4-8.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Avid Sherlock Holmes fan Theodore Dalrymple takes issue with the annotations in three canonical editions of Arthur Conan Doyle's work. The three are William S. Baring-Gould's of 1967; the Oxford Sherlock Holmes of 1993; and the just published The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Novels, edited by Leslie S. Klinger.

152. Davies, David Stuart. "Review--'Nightmare: the Birth of Horror' by Christopher Frayling." The Ritual, no. 19 (1997): 66.

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153. ———. "Review--'The Sherlock Holmes Handbook' by Christopher Redmond." The Ritual, no. 13 (1994): 44-45.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

154. ———. "Review--'The Worth of the Game' by David L. Hammer." The Musgrave Papers, no. 6 (1993): 108.

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155. ———. "Ten Years of Musgravia." The Musgrave Papers, no. 8 (1995): 16-21.

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156. Davies, David Stuart, Paul M. Chapman, and Kathryn White. "Pastiche or Not Pastiche--that is the question." The Ritual, no. 18 (1996): 16-26.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

157. Day, Barry. Sherlock Holmes in his own words and in the words of those who knew him. Lanham Md.: Taylor Trade Pub, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2002154598 // "An interesting literary biography, based on quotations from the Canon, with commentary by Day and illustrations from The Strand Magazine, and it's an excellent introduction to the Canon (and to some of its more important other characters)."

158. De Waal, Ronald Burt, and George A. Vanderburgh. The universal Sherlock Holmes. Toronto, Ont., Shelburne, Ont., Canada: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. G.A. Vanderburgh, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 95118755 //

159. De Waal, Ronald Burt, George A. Vanderburgh, and Timothy J. Johnson. "The universal Sherlock Holmes." Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Libraries, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The Universal Sherlock Holmes web version is based on the Universal Sherlock Holmes (1994), the third in a series of bibliographies documenting the world of Sherlock Holmes by Ronald Burt De Waal, and is intended as a reference tool for those interested in the Sherlock Holmes Collections at the University of Minnesota

160. Delay, Vincent, Christian Macherel, and Persano Isadora. Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes et la Suisse, (Mémoires et documents / Société d'études holmésiennes de la Suisse romande). [Lausanne]: Société d'études holmésiennes de la Suisse romande, [V. Delay], 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Société d'études holmésiennes de la Suisse romande. 21 cm. Par Vincent Delay. Isadora Persano / par Christian Macherel. //

161. Derbyshire, David. "Holmes was right, women will rescue the photos first." The Daily Telegraph (London), December 27, 2004: 11.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "A piece of folklore that helped Sherlock Holmes solve one of his earliest and most famous cases still holds true after a century: women will choose to save the photograph of a loved one above anything else from a burning house. A survey has shown that, given the choice of saving just one precious thing from their home, most women will rescue a family picture. The findings confirm the plot twist of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's A Scandal in Bohemia, the first of the Sherlock Holmes short stories which was published in The Strand magazine in 1891...."

162. Diamond, Susan Z. 50th Running Chicago Silver Blaze, A History of the Race. Chicago: The Watsonians, 2009.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

163. Diamond, Susan Z., and Marilynne McKay. Serpentine muse-ings: an anthology from the journal of the Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. 2 vols. Indianapolis: Gasogene, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 2 volumes. Scuttlebutt Jan 2005. Contents: Volume 1: Is There a Doctor in the House? / Kathleen Alvarez; A Toast to Beryl Stapleton With a Shocking Revelation / Linda Anderson; A Saintly Toast / Peter E. Blau; A Holmesian Quartet / Joan Brieaddy; Holmes' Hideaways / Robert N. Brodie; Watson and the Landladies of the Canon / Mary Campbell; Sonnet to Sherlock Holmes / Linda Crane; Watson's Secret / Susan Z. Diamond; A Case of Delusion / Henry W. Enberg; A Toast to Irene Adler / Joseph Fink; Gold King & Silver King / Patricia Dodd Flynn; The Mistress and the Miadservant / Patricia Dodd Flynn; Watson, a British Jury? / Dennis France; The Perfect Crime or The Mystery of the Maligned Medic / Marie Gibb; So Old a Shiikari / Jim Goehmann; They Don't Call Them 'Falls' for Nothing / Jim Goehmann; My Collection of Esses / Alexian Gregory; The Lady of 221B / Margaret H. Henry; Elementary, My Lovely / Sarah Montague Joffe; Holmes the Bambler: or a few trifling observations on The Master's income sources / Kate Karlson; Irene / Sandy Kozinn; Some Thoughts on the Ethnicity of Sherlock Holmes / Sandy Kozinn; Toast to Sherlock Holmes / Sandy Kozinn; What Would Holmes and Mrs. Hudson Do if 221 Baker Street Were on Fire? / Sandy Kozinn; Alice & The Professor / Marilynne McKay; April Fool, Godfrey! / Marilynne McKay;Canonical Doctore / Marilynne McKay;La Belle Dame in Le Belle Epoque / Marilynne McKay (as Isadora Klein);Canonical Ladies / Julie McKuras; Toast to Colonel Moran / Patricia Moran; A Toast to Mrs. Huddson / Harold Niver;Investigating an Investiture / Teddie A. Niver; About Miss Mary Sutherland / Lenore Glen Offord; To Dr. John H. (or James) Watson A Much-Admired Gentleman / Trish Pearlman; Canonical Compilations / Dorothy Belle Pollack; Introducing the Woman / Dorothy Belle Pollack;That 'Dominant Mind' / Dorothy Belle Pollack; Sherlock Holmes 1994: 'non omnis Moriarty!' / Dorothy Belle Pollack; Take Moriarty, for Example / Dorothy Belle Pollack; The Heavenly Taxi / Shirley Purves; Cut Out the Poetry / Warren Randall; What Watson Was or His Limits / Warren Randall; No John on Chicago / Warren Randall (as Sandy Carlburg); Entirely to Be Trusted / Susan Rice; Anonyma / Mary Ellen Rich; The Woman: A Toast at the 1999 Spring Dinner; Toast to Mycroft / Myrtle Robinson; A Letter From Mary: Discovered in a Dispatch Box / Mary Schroeder; The Discomforted Detective / Philip A. Shreffler; A Toast to the Untrustworthy / Philip A. Shreffler; Toast to Irene Adler / Marina Stajic; The Top Ten Reasons Why John Watson is a Good Husband / Jan Stauber; The Most Winning Woman Hunt / Ruthann Stetak; Lucy Hebron: The Later Years / Jeanne Thelwell; To Irene Adler / Stephen Tolin; Archy Writes / Jean Upton; The True History of Violet Hunter / Thom Utecht; Sherlock, Sherlock, Burning Bright / Ben Vizoskie; First Meeting / Ben Vizoskie (as Lord Robert St. Simon); Think Small / Susan Vizoskie; Toast to John Watson, M.D. / Susan Vizoskie; Rosalie Williams on Mrs. Hudson / Rosalie Williams; Expression of Regret / Gahan Wilson; Volume 2: The Ashenpoof Song; The Uffan Carol; Some Comments on Vitriol and Some Vitriolic Comments on ILLU / Bruce D. Aiken; To a Unique Woman in the Sherlock Holmes Stories / Peter E. Blau; Lady Mary's Cope Book / Paula S. Cohen; A Perennial Toast / Paula S. Cohen; '...my correspondence has certainly the charm of variety...' / Susan Conant and Evelyn Herzog; Laws of Sherlock Murphy / Norman Davis; The Reindeer Song / Norman Davis; A Tale of a Prince, The King, and the Master / Susan Z. Diamond; Canonical Fools / Pj Doyle; A Not So Trifling Monograph On the Origins of ASH / Joseph Fink; Passion, Primates, the Canon & Dorothy (but no Toto) / Judith Freeman; Speculation on the Speckled / Judith Freeman; A Family of Friends / T. Michelle Fromkin; In Memoriam 'In Memoriam Sherlock Holmes' / Alexian Gregory; Just What the Doctor Ordered: Victorian Medicinal Imbibing / Patricia Guy; Culinary Institute Presentation May 4, 1991 / Evelyn Herzog; Mere Amateurs / Evelyn Herzog; Roasting Tom Stix / Evelyn Herzog; On Being as ASH Versus Being an 'ASH' / Jane Hinckley; Moriarty Sank the Titanic / Peter Horrocks; A Brief Argument for The Blue Carbuncle / Donald B. Izban; In Which Pooh and Piglet Track a Heffalump With the Help of a Very Great Friend / Andrew Joffe; Speaker's Corner / Sarah Montague Joffe; The Gentle Art of the Fan / Karen Johnson; A Sherlockian Adventure in Serendipity / Irving Kamil; D-I-V-O-R-C-E or what the Bristol Barmaid knew / Kate Karlson; Sherlockian Mixology / Kate Karlson; A Toast to the Engineer's Thumb / Kate Karlson; The Doyle/Wodehouse Connection? / Francine Kitts; Neville St. Clair's Improbable Lifestyle / Francine Kitts; How I Made a Mutt of Myself Over a "Toast to the Hound' / Sandy Kozinn; 'Plumming' Sherlock Holmes / Marilyn MacGregor; A Ditty / Gertrude Mahoney; A Case of Makeup / Laurie Fraser Manifold; We Never Called Him Sherlock / Edith Meiser; The Exciting Conclusion / Angela Mitchell; A Toast to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / Joseph W. Moran; History of the Adventuresses / Patricia Moran; A Modest Sherlockian Proposal / Patricia Moran; The Picketing / Linda L. Patterson; A Scandal in Kent / Roberta Pearson; Citrus Aurantium Curassuviensis: The Golden Orange of Curacao / Rivkah Peller; Westbury to Hunter / Dorothy Belle Pollack; The Man Who Was John Watson: Dr. Doyle, I Presume / Warren Randall; Pastichiary / Donald Redmond; The Darlington Scandal / Tina Rhea; Vincent Starrett: The Chicago Columns / Susan Rice; To Shakespeare / Mary Ellen Rich; The Uffian Way / Mary Ellen Rich; A Question About 221B / William P. Schweickert; The Opposite Window / Philip A. Shreffler; A Case of Numbers / Linda Spessotti; A Chemical Toast / Marina Stajic; The Identity of the Perfect Roommate / Marina Stajic; Being Married to the Head of the BSI / Dorothy Stix; The Depths To Which What Will Sink / Francine Morris Swift; Why the Dog Did Nothing in the Night-Time / Francine Morris Swift; The Queen Empress / Wayne B. Swift; Baker Street Wardrobes / Patricia Ubaldi; The ASH Constitution and Buy-Laws / Bill Vande Water; In Celebration: January 1992 / Bill Vande Water; Georgiana, the Coquettish Duchess of Devonshire: Adjective or Adventuress? / Susan Vizoskie; A Toast to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / Susan Vizoskie; The Adventure of the Inverted Reindeer / John H. Watson; Cruising and Crossing On Board Ship with Sherlock Holmes / Joanne Zahorsky-Reeves // "Anthology of scholarship, speculation, and toasts from archives of The Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes and their journal The Serpentine Muse."

164. Dirda, Michael. "Book World; Clues to Sherlock Holmes." The Washington Post, April 11, 1994: B02.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of The Game is Afoot: Parodies, Pastiches & Ponderings of Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Marvin Kaye. St. Martin's. 512 pp. $24.95

165. ———. Classics for pleasure. 1st ed. Orlando: Harcourt, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2007003029. Contents: Playful imaginations. Lucian -- Denis Diderot -- Thomas Love Peacock -- Max Beerbohm -- Jaroslav Hasek -- Ivy Compton-Burnett -- S. J. Perelman -- Italo Calvino -- Edward Gorey -- Heroes of their time. Beowulf -- Abolqasem Ferdowsi -- The Icelandic sagas -- Christopher Marlowe -- Émile Zola -- Ernst Jünger -- James Agee -- Love's mysteries. Sappho -- Arthurian romances -- Marie-Madeleine de La Fayette -- Sören Kierkegaard -- George Meredith -- C. P. Cavafy -- Georgette Heyer -- Anna Akhmatova -- Daphne du Maurier -- Words from the wise. Lao-tse -- Heraclitus -- Cicero -- Erasmus -- The English religious tradition -- Benedict de Spinoza -- Samuel Johnson -- -- Everyday magic. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight -- The classic fairy tales -- E. T. A. Hoffmann -- Prosper Mérimée -- Frances Hodgson Burnett -- E. Nesbit/John Masefield -- Walter de la Mare -- -- Lives of consequence. Plutarch -- Girolamo Cardano -- John Aubrey -- Alexander Pope -- Jean-Jacques Rousseau -- Frederick Douglass -- Jacob Burckhardt -- Henry James -- W. H. Auden -- The dark side. John Webster -- Mary Shelley -- James Hogg -- Sheridan Le Fanu -- Bram Stoker -- M. R. James -- William Roughead -- H. P. Lovecraft -- Traveler's tales. Thomas More -- Daniel Defoe -- Xavier de Maistre -- Jules Verne -- J. K. Huysmans -- Isak Dinesen -- Robert Byron -- The way we live now. Petronius -- Elizabeth Gaskell -- Ivan Goncharov -- José Maria Eça de Queiros -- Anton Chekhov -- Jean Toomer -- Willa Cather -- Louis-Ferdinand Céline -- Zora Neale Hurston -- Eudora Welty -- Realms of adventure. H. Rider Haggard -- Arthur Conan Doyle -- Rudyard Kipling -- H. G. Wells -- G. K. Chesterton -- Agatha Christie -- Dashiell Hammett -- Encyclopedic Visions. Ovid -- Robert Burton -- Edward Gibbon -- J. G. Frazer -- H. W. Fowler -- Ezra Pound -- André Malraux -- Philip K. Dick // In these delightful essays, Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Dirda introduces nearly ninety of the world's most entertaining books

166. Dorn, William S. Cooking for Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson : British recipes for two persons. Denver: Pencil Productions, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm. Each recipe is preceeded by a quotation from the 1960 Doubleday edition of The complete Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with page no. in brackets./ Includes index. British recipes for two persons; Recipes for two persons. // "Is sufficiently up-to-date to have nutritional values for each of the 60 recipes, many of them (including ships biscuits, toad in the hole, and Sussex fritters) not found in more traditional cookbooks; it is spiral-bound to open flat, with coated pages to allow spills to be wiped off easily."

167. ———. "'I Have Been Looking Up the Dates...'." Baker Street West 1 6, no. 2 (2000): 17-21.

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168. ———. The limericks of Sherlock Holmes. Denver: Pencil Productions Ltd, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes 64 new limericks about A. Conan Doyle's creations: 1 for Sherlock Holmes, 1 for Dr. Watson, 1 for each of the original stories, 1 of each of the two apocryphal stories

169. ———. A study guide to Sherlock Holmes. Denver, CO: Pencil Productions, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Contents: v.1. The novels, the adventures, and the memoirs -- v.2. The return, his last bow, and the case book //

170. ———. "Sundry Overlooked Dates in the Canon." Baker Street West 1 9, no. 1 (2003): 17-19, 35.

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171. Dorn, William S., and Ian Malcolm Earlson. The dogs of Sherlock Holmes. Denver: Pencil Productions Ltd, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-100) // Offers the dog's side of the story for 20 of the 60 dogs which appear in the Canon. Quite often, as the dogs reveal, Holmes' deductions were based on faulty logic and less than the full story. Was the Hound of the Baskervilles a vicious monster or a children's playmate?

172. Dow, Jeffery F. Fatal habits: an appreciation of the literary Sherlock Holmes. Holmes Beach, Fla.: The Pleasant Places of Florida, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

173. Doyle, Arthur Conan. The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Leslie S. Klinger. 1st ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2004007890. Includes bibliographical references. Contents: v. 1. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes; The memoirs of Sherlock Holmes -- v. 2. The return of Sherlock Holmes; His last bow; The case-book of Sherlock Holmes -- v. 3. A study in scarlet; The sign of four; The hound of the Baskervilles; The Valley of Fear. Introduction by John LeCarré. //

174. Doyle, Arthur Conan, Peter Haining, and Jeremy Brett. The final adventures of Sherlock Holmes completing the canon. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1995.

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175. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and John A. Hodgson. Sherlock Holmes: the major stories with contemporary critical essays. Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin Press, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 92075302. Includes bibliographical references (p. 443-446) and index. Filmography: p. 439-441 //

176. Doyle, Arthur Conan, and Gerard Van der Leun. The quotable Sherlock Holmes. New York: Mysterious Press, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 16 cm. by John H. Watson ; with an introduction by John H. Watson III ; assisted by Gerard van der Leun. //

177. Doyle, Michael. "Who Wrote the Canon?" The Musgrave Papers, no. 6 (1993): 64-70.

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178. Doyle, Steven, and David A. Crowder. Sherlock Holmes for Dummies, (For dummies). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm. Includes index. //

179. Doyle, Steven T., ed. Sherlock Holmes in the Heartland: the Illustrious Client's Fifth Casebook. 1st ed. [Indianapolis]: Illustrious Clients, (Publication services provided by Gasogene Press), 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 22 cm. Contents: Jeremy Brett Reconsidered / John Bergquist; 'An Easy-Going Old Irishwoman' / Peter E. Blau; The Illustrious Clients: A Remembrance / Mary Ann Bradley; Illustrious, Indeed! / Mary Ann Bradley; Variations / Michael Cox; Arthur Conan Doyle and the Hoosier Liar / Donald E. Curtis; Emotional, My Dear Watson / David Stuart Davies; Arthur Conan Doyle's 1923 Indianapolis Visit / Steven T. Doyle; Our Indiana Sherlockian Heritage / Steven T. Doyle; Good-Bye, My Friend / Terence Faherty; Who was the Model for Col. Sebastian Moran? / Ted Friedman; When the Game Was Afoot / Edward Hardwicke; The Other 'Sincerest Form of Flattery' / Paul D. Herbert; the Illustrious 'Illustrious Client' / Ed Hultgren; Two Sides of 'The Red Circle' / Joella D. Hultgren; Sherlock Holmes and the Missing Link Based on a Recently Discovered Manuscript of Dr. John H. Watson / H. Paul Jeffers; Have You Any Articles of Great Value in Your Collection? / Roger Johnson; Art in the Blood Feud: The Rift Between Two Illustrious Families That Ended at Reichenbach / Brad Keefauver; The 'Red Circle' Manuscript Re-Examined / Leslie S. Klinger; The Adventure of the Inquisitive Monk / Howard Lachtman; Coffin / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; The Ghost and Holmes / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; Spells / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; What Is It? / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; The Alienist: Sherlockian Formula Transmogrified? / Gary Lovisi; Time Wounds All Heels / Julie McKuras; After the World Exploded: Postmodernism in the Canon / Donald Petkus; 'Dear Rossakis -' 'Dear Green - ' / Constantine Rossakis; A Freudian Moment / Pamela Wampler; When Sherlock Holmes is Not Sherlock Holmes: Modern Manifestations of the Great Detective / Patricia J. Ward; Why Skibbareen (sic)?: Sherlock Holmes's Wartime Exploits in Ireland / Michael F. Whelan; 'A Curious Collection': Conan Doyle & Sherlock Holmes: A Brief Object Lesson / Kathryn White; I Confess That I Covet Your Skull / Vincent W. Wright; The Skeptical Sherlock Holmes / Vincent W. Wright //

180. Doyle, Steven T., Mark E. Gagen, Donald E. Curtis, and Illustrious Clients of Indianapolis. The Illustrious Clients' Second Case-notes. 1st ed. Indianapolis, IN: Gasogene Books, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Scuttlebutt Jan 2001. Contents: Historical Perspectives on 'The Musgrave Ritual' / Donald E. Curtis; A Word Puzzle / Yvonne DeTar; Altamont and the Fighting Irish / Steven T. Doyle; Sherlock Holmes, The Universe, and The Nature of God / Steven T. Doyle; Three Quickies / Meredith L. Granger; 'Whatever Remains Must be the Truth / Paul D. Herbert; A Lexicanonical Limerick / Edward Lauterbach; The Girl Who Wasn't There / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; January 22, 1901 / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; Man's Best Friend / Edward Lauterbach and Karen Lauterbach; Sherlockian Jumbles: Ladies of the Canon / Toni Morris; Sherlock Holmes in Indiana / Michael T. Schaefer; The Inner Life of Sherlock Holmes / Pamela Wampler; A Prey to the Blackest Depression / Patricia J. Ward; 'A Very Different Level': A reassessment of 'A Scandal in Bohemia' / Patricia J. Ward // "The latest anthology of essays, poetry, and puzzles written by members of the society. Of particular note is a unique scholarly paper ('Whatever Remains Must Be the Truth') written by Paul D. Herbert in 1977 and presented that same year to John Bennett Shaw (who must have loved it), and only now (and at long last) in print."

181. Dubshin, Daniel. "Letter to the Editor ('A Letter From Mr. Dubshin')." Shoso-In Bulletin 9, no. (1999): 193.

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182. Dunkling, Leslie, and Gordon Wright. The Wordsworth dictionary of pub names. Ware, Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Mar 1996 // "Contains entries for The Dangling Prussian and for all the other inns and pubs mentioned in the Canon, except for the Alpha (but only The Dangling Prussian is cited as Canonical). The book was first published by Routledge & Kegan Paul in London in 1987."

183. Dunn, Dave, Trevor S. Raymond, and Clifford S. Goldfarb. "Bookshelf: Reviews of Forensic Detective: How I Cracked the World's Toughest Cases, Joe Sherlock: Kid Detective, and Conan Doyle and the Parson's Son: The George Edalji Case." Canadian Holmes 30, no. 1 (2006): 9-12.

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184. Eddis, Charles. "Letter to the Editor, "Meyers, Toronto"." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 3 (2001): 44.

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185. ———. "Meyers, Toronto: A family perspective." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 4 (2000): 10-17.

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186. Edington, Shane R. The uneasy relationship of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the English criminal justice system as observed in the canon. s.l.: s.n., 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

187. Edwards, Owen Dudley. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Holmes : a study in Lothian cultural imperialism. [Scotland?]: Leisure Services Dept. of Lothian Regional Council, 1980.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 20 x 21 cm. // " ... lecture delivered by Owen Dudley Edwards in ... the University of Edinburgh at 7:30 p.m. on 6th March 1980"--P. [ii].

188. Elliott, Doug. "'Bookshelf': A review of A Sherlock Holmes Handbook by Christopher Redmond." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 2 (1993): 24-25.

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189. Elliott, Doug et al. "'Bookshelves': Reviews of Out of the Shadows, More Tales from the Cyber Kennel, Some Danger Involved, The Arcanum, and Violets and Vitriol." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 2 (2004): 22-26.

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190. Elliott, Philip. "Letter to the Editor." Canadian Holmes 19, no. 4 (1996): 37.

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191. Elliott, Philip, and Brian Neil Gibson. "'Bookshelf': reviews of The Encyclopedia Sherlockiana (Brunson), The Case of the Cottingly Fairies, The Sherlock Holmes Crossword Puzzle Book, Except the Dying, The Napoleon of Crime, Buster Keaton's Sherlock Jr., Secret Tales of the Arctic Trails: Stories of Crime and Adventure in Canada's Far North, Sidelights on Holmes, and The Chronicles of Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 22, no. 1 (1998): 32-39.

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192. Ellis, Arthur. "Sherlock guide for the young." Toronto Star, Feb 2, 1986: B.6.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Two Toronto teens, brothers Andy and Bill Paton, have written a primer to Holmes for young readers that's an ideal companion to the stories themselves. It's called The Sherlock Holmes ABC Book (Simon and Pierre, $9.95) and proceeds to background some of the more pertinent Sherlockian lore, from A (Irene Adler, the one woman whom Holmes admired) to Z (the Regent's Park Zoo, not far from Holmes' fictional 221-B Baker Street digs). The book is profusely illustrated with Sidney Paget drawings that accompanied the original Holmes stories in the Strand magazine. Bravo to the brothers Paton. Editor Richard Lancelyn Green has brought together the works of such writers as Ronald Knox, Vincent Starrett, Julian Symons and Adrian Conan Doyle, all of them cleverly using references, characters and chronology from the canon to create their ersatz Holmes. Most entertaining of these yarns is that of Symons, a master crime novelist in his own right, who depicts Holmes in retirement, sans [Watson], solving a mysterious affair of the heart for an importuning young lady...."

193. Erzinçlioglu, Zakaria. "Maggots, murder, and men : memories and reflections of a forensic entomologist." [New York]: Thomas Dunne Books, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 1st U.S. ed. 22 cm. Machine generated contents note: Foreword 9 --Author's aclnowledgements ii --CHAPTER 1 -- A very simple clue 13 --CHAPTER 2 -- The nature of evidence 22 --CHAPTER 3 -- The evidence of nature 49 --CHAPTER 4 -- Foul, strange and unnatural 75 --CHAPTER 5 -- Broken lives 97 --CHAPTER 6 -- A medley of madness I24 --CHAPTER 7 -- Cases of identity I58 --CHAPTER 8 -- Past times 177 --CHAPTER 9 -- Maggots and medicine 201 --CHAPTER 10 -- The ends and the means 224 --Further reading 249 --Index 251. "First published in Great Britain by Harley Books"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-250) and index. //

194. ———. Maggots, murder, and men : memories and reflections of a forensic entomologist. Colchester, Essex, England: Harley Books, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., port. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-250) and index. Scuttlebutt May 2002. // "The author cites the Canon in each chapter, and devotes a couple of pages to Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle's achievements."

195. ———. Maggots, murder, and men : memories and reflections of a forensic entomologist. 1st St. Martin's Griffen ed. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. "First published in Great Britain by Harley Books"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references (p. [249]-250) and index. //

196. ———. Maggots, murder, and men : memories and reflections of a forensic entomologist. New York: St. Martin's Minotaur, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 22 cm. "Thomas Dunne Books." Includes bibliographical references and index. // "The science of forensic entomology - the application of insect biology to the investigation of crime - is extremely specialized, combining as it does an expert knowledge of entomology with keen powers of observation and deduction. Dr. Erzinclioglu has been a practitioner for over twenty-five years and has been involved in a great number of investigations, including some recent high-profile cases, where his evidence has been critical to the outcome." "A great admirer of Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Erzinclioglu compares his own techniques with those of his fictional hero, and takes the reader behind the often gruesome but deeply fascinating scenes of a murder investigation. This book ranges over cases from history, prehistory, and mythology to the present day and is as gripping and readable as a good thriller."--BOOK JACKET.

197. Etchells, Stan. "Letter to the Editor, 'The Gallant Murray'." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 1 (1993): 39-40.

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198. Falk, Lilian. "The Canadian Who Depicted the First Meeting of Dr. Watson and Mr. Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 2 (2002): 8-13.

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199. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'Grant Allen'." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 4 (2003): 5.

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200. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'Sighting of Holmes in Jerusalem'." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 4 (2005): 43.

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201. Feinberg, Arthur W. "Observations: Mentor Sherlock." Newsday, no. (1986): 9.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Without real question, the most famous detective in literature is Sherlock Holmes. The stories of the fictional sleuth's amazing deductions have fascinated generations of readers since they were first published almost a hundred years ago. The detective's fame spread worldwide after the stories appeared on film and stage and interest in him shows no signs of abating...."

202. Fido, Martin. The world of Sherlock Holmes: the facts and fiction behind the world's greatest detective. Holbrook, Mass: Adams Media Corp, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2003276921 // "Packed with colorful illustrations and offering interesting two-page summaries of the stories, aspects of their author's life, and the world of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlockians."

203. ———. The world of Sherlock Holmes: the facts and fiction behind the world's greatest detective. London: Carlton Books, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Packed with colorful illustrations and offering interesting two-page summaries of the stories, aspects of their author's life, and the world of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlockians."

204. Flanders, Judith. Inside the Victorian home : a portrait of domestic life in Victorian England. 1st American ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. House and home -- 1. The bedroom -- 2. The nursery -- 3. The kitchen -- 4. The scullery -- 5. The drawing room -- 6. The parlor -- 7. The dining room -- 8. The morning room -- 9. The bathroom and the lavatory -- 10. The sickroom -- 11. The street. Originally published under the title: The Victorian house : domestic life from childbirth to deathbed. London : HarperCollins, 2003. Includes bibliographical references (p. [451]-477) and index. // "Was reviewed by Jonathan Yardley in the Washington Post (May 2) as 'a useful corrective to over-romanticizing.' He noted that 'her attention is focused on city life, London in particular; what she shows us is a world in which dirt, vermin, and disease were nearly inescapable, and in which the labor of maintaining even the best-managed households was endless, exhausting, and often dangerous,' and it is obvious that the book will be of interest to those who wish to see what life below-stairs in Sherlock Holmes' world was like...."

205. ———. The Victorian house : domestic life from childbirth to deathbed. London: HarperCollins, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.); 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. //

206. Fleissner, Robert F. Names, titles, and characters by literary writers--Shakespeare, 19th and 20th century authors, (Studies in onomastics). Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. [201]-215) and index. // "A collection of essays, including 'The Onomastics of *Sherlock*', 'Poe's C. Auguste Dupin and Sherlock Holmes's Initial', and 'On the Pedigree of the *Holmes* Name: Apropos of the First English Detective Work'."

207. ———. Shakespearean and other literary investigations with the master sleuth (and Conan Doyle) homing in on Holmes, (Studies in British literature). Lewiston, N.Y: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2003042123. Includes bibliographical references (p. [161]-172) and index //

208. Fordyce, Rachel. "Dissertations of Note." Children's Literature 32, no. (2004): 270-284.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Compilation of recent doctoral disserations of note, including one with a reference to Doyle: Halloran, Jennifer Ann. "Keeping the Peace: Detective Fiction and the British Imperial Project, 1844-1939." Ph.D. diss. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2002. 205 pp. DAI 63: 931A. "Among other authors, Halloran looks at the works of Poe, Dickens, and Arthur Conan Doyle and shows that the three historical periods they represent produced 'a type of fictional detective who reflected and reinforced the same fantasies of control found in the contemporary discourses of empire, such as travel writing, exploration, narratives, and memoirs.'"

209. Fowles, John, and Jan Relf. Wormholes essays and occasional writings. 1st ed. New York: H. Holt, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 97042986. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt July 1998 // "A collection of essays and other works, including a reprint of his Foreword and Afterword from the John Murray/Jonathan Cape edition of The Hound of the Baskervilles (1974)."

210. ———. Wormholes essays and occasional writings. London: Jonathan Cape, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: gb 98061030. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt July 1998 // "A collection of essays and other works, including a reprint of his Foreword and Afterword from the John Murray/Jonathan Cape edition of The Hound of the Baskervilles (1974)."

211. ———. Wormholes essays and occasional writings. 1st Owl Books ed. New York: H. Holt, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 97042986. Includes bibliographical references and index // "With the publication of Wormholes, Fowles's legion of readers can feast on another aspect of his literary achievement. While his nonfiction writings are less well known than his novels - in part because their appearance has been scattered in ephemeral periodicals, academic journals, or in other authors' works as forewords or introductions - they are no less engaging or challenging. Here for the first time is a representative gathering of Fowles's fugitive and intensely personal writings: essays, literary criticism, commentaries, autobiographical statements, memoirs, and musings."--Book jacket

212. Frank, Lawrence. Victorian detective fiction and the nature of evidence the scientific investigations of Poe, Dickens, and Doyle, (Palgrave studies in nineteenth-century writing and culture). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2002044800. Includes bibliographical references (p. 208-240) and index // "An academic examination of the relationships between detective fiction and 19th-century scientific texts; three of the seven chapters are devoted to Conan Doyle."

213. Fraser, Robert. Victorian quest romance Stevenson, Haggard, Kipling, and Conan Doyle, (Writers and their work). Plymouth, U.K: Northcote House, in association with the British Council, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 99218991. Includes bibliographical references (p. 84-90) and index. Scuttlebutt Jan 2001. // "Late Victorian quest romance has recently attracted renewed attention from critics. Much of this interest has centred on its politics of gender, and its vision of Empire. This book prefers to view the genre in the light of debates within the then nascent sciences of Anthropology and Archaeology. Starting with a discussion of the nature of romance, it goes on to interpret the romances of Stevenson, Haggard, Kipling and Conan Doyle as encounters with lost or buried pasts. By describing such encounters with remote places and times, so it argues, these authors were asking their readers disconcerting questions about humankind, and about their own culture's institutions and beliefs. The book ends by considering the implications of such a view for the whole colonial enterprize."--book jacket. "Relates 'The Lost World' to contemporary 'quest romances' by other authors."

214. Freitas, Wilfrid de. Musings from an overturned beehive : twenty-five years of The Bimetallic question 1979-2004. Limited of 60 copies. ed. Montreal: The Bimetallic Question, [2005].

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 22 cm. Edited by Wilfrid de Freitas. Scuttlebutt Aug 2005. // "A 55-page anthology of reminiscence and articles by members; there are 60 copies, cloth-bound, each copy numbered and named for one of the 60 Canonical stories.'

215. Friedman, Kinky. The love song of J. Edgar Hoover. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96003813; Scuttlebutt Dec 1996 // Some interesting Sherlockian references

216. Fuller, Graham. "The Game's Afoot: Dr. Watson gives his verdict on a must-have Sherlock Holmes edition." Daily News (New York), January 9, 2005: 19.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Les Klinger's The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes. "...That quibble aside, I am led to believe this is the most important edition dedicated to our collaboration since William S. Baring-Gould's 'The Annotated Sherlock Holmes' of 1967. Reading the stories again, I conclude that, above and beyond their enormous criminological value, they paint an extraordinarily rich picture of the Victorian and Edwardian eras, a notion enhanced by the copious photographs and amusing illustrations by Mr. Paget and others. (The cinematic 'stills' will indubitably annoy you.)..."

217. Garrick-Steele, Rodger, and Arthur Conan Doyle. The House of the Baskervilles. Bloomington, Ind.: 1st books library, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 597-603) // An editor of the Express newspaper, Bertram Fletcher Robinson, wrote a story, 'An Adventure on Dartmoor,' which may be the original tale Doyle turned into The Hound of the Baskervilles. Garrick-Steele speculates on Doyle's career, postulating plagiarism, adultery, blackmail, and murder in the career of Holmes's creator

218. Gibson, Brian Neil. "Letter to the Editor, 'Ploys'." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 3 (1998): 48.

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219. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'Unnecessary'." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 2 (1994): 33.

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220. Giffin, Glenn. "An uncommon world atlas sets tone for useful texts; [Rockies Edition]." Denver Post, Dec 4, 1994: F10.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The jacket cover has huge appeal right off, but the title will entice everyone: Encyclopedia Sherlockiana. By Matthew E. Bunson, this promises 'the complete A-to-Z Guide to the World of the Great Detective' (Macmillan, $25). Great fun! From Abbas Parva to Zucco, George, this delivers the goods. Did you know that American-Montenegran detective Nero Wolfe has been speculated about as possibly being the son of Mycroft Holmes? There's also a handy index of Sherlock Holmes Societies, including 'Dr. Watson's Neglected Patients' in Littleton and 'St. Bartholomew's Chemical Laboratory' in Arvada."

221. Gillies, Mary Ann. The professional literary agent in Britain, 1880-1920, (Studies in book and print culture). Toronto, Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-230) and index. //

222. Gillis, Stacy, and Philippa Gates. The Devil himself : villainy in detective fiction and film, (Contributions to the study of popular culture, no. 73). Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Introduction: The devil himself / Stacy Gillis -- Vicarious villainy and the burden of narrative guilt / Jan-Melissa Schramm -- Ambivalent hierarchies of intimacy in Bleak house / Janet Lewison -- From "foreign peculiarities" to "fatal resemblance" : detecting villainy in The woman in white / Natalka Freeland -- Female Moriarty : the arch-villainess in Victorian popular fiction / Chris Willis -- Philanthropies and villainies : the conflict of the imperial and the anti-imperial in Conan Doyle / Catherine Wynne -- Political appeal of Dr. Fu Manchu / Peter Christensen -- Case closed : scapegoating in British women's wartime detective fiction / Kristine A. Miller -- Shadows and doubts : Hitchcock, genre and villainy / Rowland Hughes -- Why don't they just shoot him? The Bond villains and Cold War heroism / Deborah Banner -- Horror of modernity and the utopian sublime : gothic villainy in P.D. James and Ruth Rendell / Susan Rowland -- Villainy and the life of the mind in A.S. Byatt and Dorothy L. Sayers / Helen Taylor -- Contagion and technology in Patricia Cornwell's Scarpetta novels / Gerard Collins -- Devil herself? Fantasy, female identity and the villainess fatale in The robber bride / Ann Heilmann -- Getting away with it : villainy in the contemporary Hollywood detective film / Philippa Gates -- Whoever fights monsters : serial killers, the FBI and America's last frontier / Linnie Blake. Includes bibliographical references and index. // "The title of the book is taken from the Canon, and there are many references to Sherlock Holmes, as well as a chapter by Catherine Wynne on 'Philanthropies and Villainies: The Conflict of the Imperial and Anti-Imperial in Conan Doyle'."

223. Glenn, Joshua. "Posner V. Sherlock." The Boston Globe, October 10, 2004: D2.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Richard Posner's scathing reviews of everything from feminist legal theory to the 9/11 commission report have earned him a reputation as a kind of literary hanging judge. Now, the eminent jurist and legal scholar has taken aim at a new target - Sherlock Holmes. In a review of 'The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Short Stories' (Norton) in the Oct. 11 issue of The New Republic, Posner heaps scorn upon the forensic methods of Conan Doyle's fictional sleuth...."

224. Glinert, Ed. A literary guide to London. London, New York: Penguin, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. // "An excellent guide, with a chapter "From Bart's to Baker Street: A Walk Through Sherlock Holmes's London" and many other references, Sherlockian and non-Sherlockian, to Arthur Conan Doyle."

225. Gnocchi, Alessandro. Soprannaturale Watson! : Sherlock Holmes e il caso dio: Ancora, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Nov 2002. // "'Sherlock Holmes and the curious case of a scholar who detects the Bible in Conan Doyle's tales' was the headline on Richard Owen's report in The Times (Nov. 7, 2002) about a new book that suggests that Conan Doyle's early education by the Jesuits is reflected in the Sherlock Holmes tales."

226. Goehmann, Jim, and Paul Churchill. Baker Street rhymes and riddles. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisc: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box.

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227. Goehmann, Jim, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Paul Churchill. Watson's first drafts and other Sherlockian commentary. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisc: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references // "Revealing the suppressed material from the Sherlock Holmes stories of Dr. John Watson beyond what appeared in the accounts previously published throught the good offices of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle."--T.p

228. Goldfarb, Clifford S. "Holmes: The game is truly afoot." The Globe and Mail (Toronto), December 18, 2004: D6.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Les Klinger's The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes. "...Les Klinger is a Los Angeles tax lawyer and a highly respected Sherlockian scholar. He set out to produce The Sherlock Holmes Reference Library , a nine-volume work intended for serious devotees, summarizing the literature on each of the stories. Partway through this process, which still has three volumes to go, Klinger undertook to produce a more popular work, intended to appeal to the general reader. The result is the very attractive, massive two-volume (1,945 pages) The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes , containing all 56 short stories, in the order in which they were published in The Strand Magazine between 1891 and 1927. A third volume, containing the four novels, will be published in late 2005...."

229. ———. "Letter to the Editor." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 4 (1998): 30.

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230. Goldsmith, William. "Death and Resurrection in the Canon." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 52, no. 1 (2002): 42-44.

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231. Goodrich, William D. "Letter to the Editor, 'Yes, we are!'." Canadian Holmes 25, no. 1 (2001): 45.

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232. ———. The new good old index. Dubuque, Iowa: Gasogene Press, 1994.

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233. Gordon, Eleanor, and Gwyneth Nair. Public lives : women, family, and society in Victorian Britain. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. [265]-285) and index. National bibliography no: GBA3-V0256. //

234. Gordon, Greg. "The game's afoot." The Sunday Times (London), April 6, 2008: 4.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "With deer wandering by their windows and nothing but wild bird song to disturb them, Stephen and Carol Anne Brown thought they'd found their perfect rural idyll when they bought Mauricewood House 12 years ago. Little did they know that they had also purchased a piece of literary history. Selling agents may covet it on account of its accessibility, aspect and top notch amenities, but, for literary scholars, Mauricewood is better known as the home of Dr Joseph Bell, the Victorian physician credited with inspiring Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Now for sale at offers over Pounds 1.1m, Mauricewood is a grand Victorian mansion set in wooded grounds of 3 acres at Milton Bridge, just nine miles from central Edinburgh. The house lies at the foot of the Pentland Hills, with woodland to either side of the approach road and open countryside beyond...."

235. Gorman, LeRoy, Arthur Conan Doyle, and Paul Churchill. The poems of Sherlock Holmes. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 73) //

236. Green, Richard Lancelyn. "The Classics Reassessed 3 - 'Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction' by T. S. Blakeney." The Sherlock Holmes Journal 23, no. 2 (1997): 56-58.

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237. Groves, Derham. Profiles by gaslight: six colourful characters from the Sherlock Holmes stories. Brunswick West, Vic., Australia: Black Jack Press, 1998.

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238. Gunson, Eilidh. "Advice to Victorian Brides." The Ritual, no. 17 (1996): 16-18.

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239. Haffenden, Leonard A., and Sidney Paget. The Priory School tyre directional guide. North Vancouver, B.C: Hansom Press, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Aug 2001. // "It's an illustrated version of the winning side of the debate at a meeting of The Stormy Petrels of British Columbia in April 1992 on whether Holmes could determine the direction a bicycle had traveled (the vote was 'yes').

240. Hagstrom, Robert G. The detective and the investor : uncovering investment techniques from legendary sleuths. New York: Texere, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 241-247) and index. Scuttlebutt Nov 2002. // "Is written for investors, with emphasis on how the methods of C. Auguste Dupin, Sherlock Holmes, and Father Brown can be used by those who want to invest wisely and well. Hagstrom also has interviewed modern mystery writers, and he includes four pages of discussion with Laurie R. King about Holmes and Mary Russell."

241. ———. The detective and the investor : uncovering investment techniques from the legendary sleuths. New York, London: Texere, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. //

242. ———. The detective and the investor : uncovering investment techniques from the legendary sleuths. New York, London: Texere, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Originally published: 2002. Includes index. Bibliography. //

243. ———. Kombiniere: Wertpapiere! : wie Sie von den grossen Detektiven der Kriminalliteratur fürs Investieren lernen können ; [Investieren mit detektivischem Spürsinn] / Uniform Title: Detective and the investor. German. Frankfurt [Main]: Redline Wirtschaft bei Verl. Moderne Industrie, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 22 cm. Literaturverz. p. 259 - 268. [Aus dem Engl. von Helga Höhlein und Brigitte von Werneburg]. //

244. Haining, Peter. A Sherlock Holmes companion. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: The cult of Sherlock Holmes / S.C. Roberts -- Conan Doyle hated Sherlock Holmes / Macdonald Hastings -- A Sherlock Holmes competition / A. Conan Doyle -- Forerunners of Sherlock Holmes / Anonymous -- The artist who made Holmes real / Winifred Paget -- Studies in the literature of Sherlock Holmes / Ronald Knox -- The case of the Baker Street plans / Ellery Husted --The English haunts of Sherlock Holmes / Gavin Brend -- Sherlock Holmes on the Continent / Michael C. Kaser -- Sherlock Holmes was an American! / Franklin Delano Roosevelt -- The railway journeys of Mr. Sherlock Holmes / J. Alan Rannie -- The great Holmes joke / Bernard Darwin -- The adventures of Picklock Holmes / 'Cunnin Toil' -- The bound of the Haskervilles / Peter Todd -- The adventure of the two collaborators / J.M Barrie -- The rivals of Sherlock Holmes / Peter Haining -- From the diary of Sherlock Holmes / Maurice Baring -- An encounter in Central Park / Basil Rathbone -- Mycroft Holmes: private detective / J. Randolph Cox -- From a detective's notebook / P.G. Wodehouse -- The head of the Family / John Gardner -- Re: Vampires / William Leonard -- Shady Mr. Holmes / J.P.W. Mallalieu -- A view of Sherlock Holmes from New Scotland Yard / Sir Robert Mark -- Sherlock Holmes horoscope / Walter Breen -- Sherlock Holmes in space / Evoe //

245. Hall, John. The Dynamics of a Falling Start. Leeds: Tai Xu Press, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Nov 1995 // "Monograph on the late Professor Moriarty, examining his history, character, career, family, and associates."

246. ———. "Review--'From Baltimore to Baker Street' by William Hyder." The Ritual, no. 17 (1996): 72-79.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "A past Gasogene of The Six Napoleons of Baltimore offers Sherlockian essays and dramatic readings that combine erudition with humour - and occasionally challenge such revered scholars as Vincent Starrett, Michael Harrison, and William S. Baring-Gould."

247. ———. "Review--'Sherlock Holmes Stories: - Politically Correct?' by Hugh Steele Scullion." The Musgrave Papers, no. 9 (1996): 127-130.

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248. ———. "Review--Write on Sherlock." The Ritual, no. 18 (1996): 60-63.

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249. ———. Sidelights on Holmes. Ashcroft, B.C.: Calabash Press, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Explores each of the Canonical stories, offering commentary and questions (and plausible answers for many of those questions); it's a fine example of the enjoyment to be found in considering the contradictions and confusions and nooks and crannies of the Canon."

250. Hamlyn, Susan, and Ronald Meli. Arthur Conan Doyle and crime fiction. London: PCET Pub., 1999. Visual Material 1 pictorial wallchart ; + teaching guide.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Pictorial Charts Educational Trust. PCET wallcharts ; Y52. Consultant Susan Hamlyn; chart design Roland Meli. //

251. Hammer, David L. The before-breakfast pipe of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Dubuque, IA: Gasogene Press, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 95169492. Includes bibliographical references //

252. ———. "The Victorian Perspective." The Musgrave Papers, no. 10 (1997): 72-76.

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253. Hanson, Gwyneth. "Some Observations On...(A Practical Handbook on Holmes and Beekeeping)." The Ritual, no. 19 (1997): 3-5.

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254. Harding, Terry. "The Development of Detective Policing in Victorian Times (and Sherlock Holmes' Contribution Thereto)." The Ritual, no. 22 (1998): 9-12.

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255. Hardwick, Michael. Guide complet de Sherlock Holmes, (Bibliothèque holmésienne, 2). Amiens (France): Encrage, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm. Trad. de : The complete guide to Sherlock Holmes. Index. / Uniform Title: Complete guide to Sherlock Holmes. French. //

256. Hargreaves, Tracy. "'We Other Victorians': Literary Victorian Afterlives." Journal of Victorian Culture 13, no. 2 (2008): 278-286.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The article explores how 20th century writers have portrayed Victorians and the Victorian period. It examines the works of authors such as Virginia Woolfe and John Galsworthy and discusses the social, political and family issues that were raised in the 20th century regarding life in the Victorian period. It discusses the representation of Victorian life on television in the 1950s and 1960s and what the afterlife of the Victorian period has allowed social and cultural commentators to reexamine about the values and morals of the Victorians." Includes a reference to Doyle and Holmes. "...The classic text has been re-imagined.... Emily Brontë resurfaces in Jane Urquhart’s Changing Heaven: A Novel, Clare Boylan’s Emma Brown: A Novel From the Unfinished Manuscript of Charlotte Bronte appeared in 2004, Maryse Conde transplants Wuthering Heights to Windward Heights, Emma Tennant imagines Heathcliff’s Tale, Caleb Carr and Jamyang Norbu add to the Sherlock Holmes canon (The Italian Secretary: A Further Adventure of Sherlock Holmes and Sherlock Holmes: The Missing Years respectively) as of course did Julian Barnes in Arthur and George. Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens were intertextually present in Sarah Waters’ Fingersmith...."

257. Harrington, Hugh T. "Letter to the Editor, 'Missing Missives'." Canadian Holmes 20, no. 1 (1996): 35.

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258. Harrington, Hugh T., and Paul Churchill. Re: Sherlock a collection of observations & commentaries. Shelburne, ON: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2005.

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259. Harrison, Michael. A sheaf of Sherlock twenty-two collected pieces from the Sherlockiann writings of Michael Harrison, reminiscence and interpretation: the stories behind the stories. Shelburn, Ont.; Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

260. Hart, Jennifer. "Never Say Die: Sherlock Holmes and the Reichenbach Falls." The Washington Post, March 3, 2002: G12.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letter to the editor. "To the Editor: Paul Richard's excellent story on J.M.W. Turner [Sunday Arts, Feb. 17] notes: 'In 1810 -- more than half a century before Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Moriarty plunged to their deaths there -- Turner sketched in Switzerland the dread Reichenbach Falls.' As nitpicky Holmesians know, in 'The Final Problem' (1893), Holmes and Moriarty do struggle in hand-to-hand combat on the edge of the falls and supposedly die there. Arthur Conan Doyle was tired of cranking out detective stories and had decided to use this epic battle between good and evil to kill off Holmes in a heroic way...."

261. Hawkins, Anne Hunsaker, and Marilyn Chandler McEntyre. Teaching literature and medicine, (Options for teaching). New York: Modern Language Association, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 367-383) and index. // Includes Kathryn Mongomery's seven-page article "Sherlock Holmes and Clinical Reasoning" about a five-week seminar at Northwestern University Medical School that pairs the Canon with analytic studies of diagnostic reasoning.

262. Healey, Tim. "Further Notes on Doyle's Sources." The Ritual, no. 24 (1999): 46-47.

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263. ———. "Glosses on the Ultimate Sherlock Holmes Encyclopaedia." The Ritual, no. 22 (1998): 14-20.

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264. ———. "The Lancet: The Cutting Edge of Nineteenth Century Medical Journalism, Part One." The Ritual, no. 28 (2001): 16-22.

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265. ———. "More Thoughts on the Glosses." The Ritual, no. 24 (1999): 48-49.

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266. Healey, Tim, M. C. Black, Michael Cox, and John M. Austin. "Glosses on the Ultimate Sherlock Holmes Encyclopedia: Reaction and Response." The Ritual, no. 23 (1999): 15-20.

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267. Heifetz, Carl L. "Letter to the Editor (as G. Norton)." The Holmes & Watson Report 8, no. 1 (2004): 17, 20.

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268. Herbert, Paul. "'Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts': a response to Leslie S. Klinger's 'From Prussia with Love'." The Ritual, no. 23 (1999): 36-38.

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269. Herbert, Rosemary. The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. Contributor biographical information http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0725/99021182-b.html Includes bibliographical references and index. Editor in chief, Rosemary Herbert ; editors, Catherine Aird, John M. Reilly. // "Entertaining and authoritative, this alphabetically arranged companion is an indispensable reference guide to crime and mystery writing. Unique in its biographical and critical treatment of major detective writers, it is a comprehensive digest to the genre's lexicon, characters, themes, time periods, milieus, and curiosities."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2001.

270. ———. Whodunit : a who's who in crime & mystery writing. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 25 cm. Includes index. //

271. Hickling, Alfred. "Saturday Review: A four-pipe poseur: Alfred Hickling on the definitive guide to Holmes: The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes edited by Leslie S Klinger 1,878pp, Norton, GBP35." The Guardian (London), December 4, 2004: 9.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Ever since Holmes made his debut in Arthur Conan Doyle's novel A Study in Scarlet in 1887, there has been no shortage of bizarre theories to explain the perplexing inconsistencies of the detective's career. Did he tumble to his death at the Reichenbach Falls? Where was he educated? Did he know Freud? And just how many wives had Dr Watson? These are questions that have tickled the imaginations of Holmes addicts since approximately 1911, when the the first piece of Sherlockian scholarship was published by Father Ronald Knox, who proposed to apply the detective's own methods of deduction to the narrative....A small army of narrative sleuths has been sifting through the canon ever since, on the basis that there is nothing scholars love more than a giant, contradictory codex in which nothing adds up. The first notable attempt to present an overall digest of Sherlockian suppositions came with the publication of William S Baring-Gould's monumental Annotated Sherlock Holmes in 1967, which is still considered to be the standard work of reference. A more recent milestone was reached with the 1993 publication of the Oxford Sherlock Holmes , the most authoritative modern edition of the texts, though its editor, Owen Dudley Edwards, insists on regarding the stories as fictions created by Conan Doyle, a position that makes him, in the eyes of certain Sherlockians, a bit of a killjoy. Leslie S Klinger's enormous New Annotated Sherlock Holmes now arrives to remedy that position.

272. Hirayama, Yuichi. "Letter to the Editor." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 4 (2001): 34.

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273. ———. "Prophecies of Nostradamus and the Canon, Part 1." Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 97-100.

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274. ———. "Prophecies of Nostradamus and the Canon, Part 2." Shoso-In Bulletin 6, no. (1996): 124-127.

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275. ———. "Some Problems on 'Conan Doyle Syndrome'." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 25-29.

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276. Hobbs, Don. "Review--2001: A Sherlockian Odyssey: A Journey Among the Shaw 100." The Holmes & Watson Report 5, no. 4 (2001): 14.

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277. ———. "Review--A Sherlock Holmes Almanac compiled by Svend Petersen." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 2 (2003): 23.

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278. ———. "Review--Sherlock Holmes' Strangest Cases by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 1 (2002): 13.

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279. ———. "Review--Sir Paul McCartney Concert, Dallas, TX--May 10, 2002." The Holmes & Watson Report 6, no. 3 (2002): 26.

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280. Holliday, John. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 3 (1998): 19-23.

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281. Holly, Raymond L. "Bible Citations in the Sherlockian Canon." The Camden House Journal 15, no. 8 (1993): 2-3.

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282. Holmes, Bruce. Mr. Sherlock Holmes, [Bootmakers' monographs. [S.l.]: B. Holmes, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 28 cm. 'Each stamp or envelope... is accompanied by one or more quotations from the Sherlock Holmes stories"-- (introduction). Includes bibliography. //

283. ———. Sherlockian dogs. [S.l.]: B. Holmes, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 28 cm. Each stamp is accompanied by one or more quotations from the Sherlock Holmes stories. Includes bibliography. //

284. Holroyd, James Edward. Baker Street by-ways. New York: O. Penzler Books, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94009285 //

285. ———. Seventeen steps to 221B a Sherlockian collection, (Otto Penzler's Sherlock Holmes library). New York: O. Penzler Books, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93042879. Added Title: Seventeen steps to two hundred twenty-one B. Added Title: Seventeen steps to two hundred and twenty-one B //

286. Holroyd, James Edward, Tsukasa Kobayashi, and Akane Higashiyama. Seventeen steps to 221B: Sharokku Homuzu 17 no tanoshimi. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1980.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 296-295). Citations: De Waal C5344.2 //

287. Holt, Thaddeus. "You Have Been in Afghanistan, I Perceive." MHQ: The Quarterly Journal of Military History, no. (1994).

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article concludes that the fatal battle of Maiwand provided Conan Doyle with the names of both Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson.

288. Hopkins, Martha E., and Michael Buscher. Language of the Land : the Library of Congress book of literary maps. Washington, DC: Library of Congress : For sale by the U.S G.P.O., 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. // "Does not neglect Sherlock Holmes: the book includes six of Julian Wolff's Sherlockian maps, and 'The Sherlock Holmes Mystery Map' published by Aaron Blake in 1987."

289. Hounds of the Internet, and Langdale Pike. The Hounds collection: an anthology by members of the Hounds of the Internet ; 'Tales from the CyberKennel' / Compiled and edited by Langdale Pike. 1st ed. Manly, NSW, Australia: Bow Windows Enterprises, 1997.

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290. Household, Nicki, Jason Cowley, Sue Gee, and Helen Davidson. "New in Paperback." The Times (London), December 17, 1994: no page citation.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of A Sherlock Holmes Compendium, Edited by Peter Haining, Warner Books, Pounds 6.99. "...Testament to the enduring appeal of Conan Doyle's magically readable stories is the bizarre cult that still surrounds his greatest creation, Sherlock Holmes. Like all good literary enthusiams, the world of 'Sherlockiana' seems to attract its share of eccentrics and mavericks, many of whom are given a platform in this compendium. The scope of the essays, ranging from speculation on the real gender of Holmes to a compelling newspaper profile of Conan Doyle by Bram Stoker, is impressive. There is also much that is hilarious, including a Holmes horoscope. Dotty yet harmless, this is strictly for the enthusiast...."

291. Hoveyda, Nourieh. "Evidence-based medicine in Sherlock Holmes' footsteps." Evidence-Based Medicine 13, no. 4 (2008): 124-124.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article reviews the book "Evidence-based medicine in Sherlock Holmes' footsteps," by J. Nordenstrom.

292. Hubbs, George. Yes, Virginia, Sherlock Holmes lives. Minneapolis: Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota. No Litter Press, 1995.

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293. Hudson, Roger. The Jubilee Years, 1887-1897. London: Folio Society, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 1996 // "Looks like a grand view of the world of Sherlock Holmes."

294. Hughes, Kathryn. The short life & long times of Mrs Beeton. London: Harper Perennial, 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 20 cm. Originally published: London: Fourth Estate, 2005./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 487-503) and index. Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. //

295. ———. The short life & long times of Mrs. Beeton. London: Fourth Estate, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 430-503) and index. Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. // "Isabella Beeton created the famous 'Book of Household Management' (which gave Maude Crosse considerable concern in A Duet: With an Occasional Chorus), and according to a review in The Times Literary Supplement (Nov. 4), anyone doubting the continuing resonance of her name should reflect on the fact that in 1995, the food company Ginster's paid Beeton's modern publishers, Ward, Lock, L1 million to use the 'Mrs. Beeton' name in perpetuity on its pasties and other meat products. She died in 1865, well before her husband began publishing Beeton's Christmas Annual, in which 'A Study in Scarlet' appeared in 1887."

296. ———. The short life and long times of Mrs. Beeton. 1st American ed. New York: Knopf, 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 25 cm. Originally published: London : Fourth Estate, 2005./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 445-457) and index. // A portrait of the life of the domestic diva of Victorian England profiles Isabella Beeton, the woman behind Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management, a period collection of recipes and domestic advice.

297. ———. The short life and long times of Mrs. Beeton. New York: Anchor Books, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 445-457) and index./ Originally published: London : Fourth Estate, 2005. //

298. Humphrey, David C., ed. Sir Hugo's Literary Companion:a Compendium. [S.l.]: Gardners Books, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: Glittering Golden Guineas / J. Finley Christ; Jay Finley Christ's Abbreviations to the 60 Tales of Sherlock Holmes / J. Finley Christ; The Archtype of the Hound / Thomas Evans; An Interview with Matt Fairlie / Matt Fairlie; The Adventure of the Copper's Breeches (as A. con and O. Yle); A Very Knotty Problem / David C. Humphrey; The Empty House Revisited / Jens Byskov Jensen; The Belshazzar Theory / C. Arnold Johnson; An East Wind / C. Arnold Johnson; Doyle in Chicago: His Manuscripts and Their Owners / Thomas J. Joyce; Sherlock Holmes The Chicago Connection / Alfred A. Levin; Memories of Vincent Starrett / Robert J. Mangler; Sherlock Holmes in Chicago / Arnie Matanky; Of Tuppence and Tanners / William P. Meskan; A Victorian Recipe for Christmas 'Pud' / William P. Meskan; The 'Pink 'Un': A Short History of the Sporting Times / Franklin W. Rhode; Three Students in Search of a Scholar / Richard S. Schwartz; The Tempestuous Holmes / Philip A. Shreffler; The Musgrave Ritual Revealed: Solving the Riddle of the Celtic Cypher / Wayne Siatt; The First Citizen of Baker Street / Jack M. Siegel; What is a Sherlockian? / Paul B. Smedegaard; No. 221B Baker Street / Vincent Starrett; A Note on Mr. Sherlock Holmes / Vincent Starrett; 221B / Vincent Starrett //

299. Hyder, William. From Baltimore to Baker Street thirteen Sherlockian studies. Toronto, Shelburne, Ont., Canada: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. Distributed by Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96111597. Includes bibliographical references // "A fine collection, with thirteen pieces, four being essays reprinted from The Baker Street Journal and Baker Street Miscellanea, plus other essays and dramatizations from the Sherlockian weekends held annually at the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Philip Shreffler describes Bill's "The Martha Myth" as one of the two best papers published in the BSJ during Philip's editorship, and it is only one of the items that ably demonstrate Bill's style and skill and humor."

300. ———. From Baltimore to Baker Street thirteen Sherlockian studies. 2nd ed. Toronto, Shelburne, Ont., Canada: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. Distributed by Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96111597. Includes bibliographical references // "A fine collection, with thirteen pieces, four being essays reprinted from The Baker Street Journal and Baker Street Miscellanea, plus other essays and dramatizations from the Sherlockian weekends held annually at the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Philip Shreffler describes Bill's "The Martha Myth" as one of the two best papers published in the BSJ during Philip's editorship, and it is only one of the items that ably demonstrate Bill's style and skill and humor."

301. Ishii, Keiichiro. "Book Review (Bibliographic Information About Certain Persian Publication of Sherlock Holmes)." Shoso-In Bulletin 10, no. (2000): 196-200.

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302. Izban, Donald B. "The Canon." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 102.

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303. ———. "The Canon, Too." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 103.

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304. ———. "In Honor of the Sixty Sherlock Holmes Cases in Sixty Short Lines." Shoso-In Bulletin 10, no. (2000): 71-74.

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305. ———. Sherlock Holmes visits a cemetery. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wis: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 99488123 //

306. Jackson, Kate. "George Newnes and the new journalism in Britain, 1880-1910 : culture and profit." Aldershot; Burlington: Ashgate, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. [279]-283) and index. // Machine generated contents note: Part I The New Journalism: A Liberal Profession or a Branch of -- Business? -- Introduction to Part I -- 1 Securing the Suffrage of the Crowd: Tit-Bitites and Millionaires: -- Tit-Bits (1881) and The Million (1892) -- 2 A National Institution: The Strand Magazine (1891) -- Part II Liberalism and Imperialism: Developing Formats -- and Expanding Horizons -- Introduction to Part II -- 3 A Bold Stroke of Mingled Business and Benevolence' -- The Westminster Gazette (1893) -- 4 Expanding Human ConsciousnessAcross the G0be: -- The Wide World Magazifne( - -898) -- Part III Speeialisation and Diversification: Targeting Niche -- Audiences and Exploiting a Segmented Market -- Introduction to Part III -- 5 Femininity, Consumption, Class and Culture in the Ladies' Paper: -- The Ladies' Field (1898) -- 6 Respectable Anxieties, Role-Models and Readers: -- The Captain (1899) -- Conclusion -- George Newnes: Biographical Summary -- Select Bibliography -- Index.

307. Jackson, Kate Helen. Culture and profit : George Newnes and the new journalism in Britain, 1880-1910, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ports. Bibliography: leaves 373-384. // Dissertation: Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Sydney, 1998.

308. Jackson, Lorne. "Homing in on Holmes; Books, Leslie S. Klinger, The Annotated Sherlock Holmes - Volume III (Norton, pounds 30)." Sunday Mercury, January 15, 2006: 6.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "That famously obsessive-compulsive detective, Sherlock Holmes, has always attracted his fair share of obsessive-compulsive fans....But even the most ardent Sherlockian is likely to be overpowered by the Annotated Sherlock Holmes, which wallows in the minutiae surrounding the master detective. The third and final volume contains all the novels that Conan Doyle wrote about the pipe-puffing sleuth (*2). Of course, the books are available elsewhere, and at a cheaper price. What makes this edition, and two previous ones, indispensable is the addition of maps, film images, contemporary illustrations and a free-for-all of fabulous footnotes (*3) (*4). Leslie S Klinger, the editor of the voluptuous volume, is the pedant's pedant, having pored over the Holmes canon with a pin-prick passion for painstaking detail...."

309. ———. "How trail of The Hound led to Brum; Unmasked: the Baskerville who inspired Sherlock Holmes classic." Sunday Mercury, February 26, 2006: 14.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "A leading Sherlock Holmes expert claims The Hound Of The Baskervilles might never have been written if Arthur Conan Doyle had not lived in Birmingham. Leslie Klinger says the creator of the famous Baker Street sleuth copied the name from the influential 18th century Birmingham printer, John Baskerville. Although studying for his medical degree in Edinburgh, Doyle spent several months working in the West Midlands from 1879 until 1882. Based in Aston, he took up a temporary medical assistantship with a local general practitioner. And while living in the area, he is believed to have come across the name of Baskerville...."

310. Jacoby, Henry Owen, and Jerold J. Abrams. House and philosophy : everybody lies. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons, 2009.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Edited by Henry Jacoby. 23 cm. The Blackwell philosophy and pop culture series. Includes bibliographical references and index. Introduction : read less, more TV : a cranky, slightly rude introduction / "Humanity is overrated" : House on life. Selfish, base animals crawling across the earth : House and the meaning of life / House and Sartre : "Hell is other people" / Is there a superman in the House? : a Nietzschean point of view / House and moral luck / "Welcome to the end of the thought process" : House's logic and method. The logic of guesswork in Sherlock Holmes and House / It explains everything! / The sound of one House clapping : the unmannerly doctor as Zen rhetorician / "Being nice is overrated" : House and Socrates on the necessity of conflict / Is there a Daoist in the House? / "It is the nature of medicine that you are going to screw up" : House and ethical principles. "You care for everybody" : Cameron's ethics of care / To intubate or not to intubate : House's principles and priorities / House and medical paternalism : "you can't always get what you want" / If the end doesn't justify the means, then what does? / House vs. Tritter : on the clash of theoretical and practical authority / "The drugs don't make me high, they make me neutral" : virtues and character on House. House and the virtue of eccentricity / Love : the only risk House can't take / A prescription for friendship / Diagnosing character : a House divided? / //

311. Jaffee, Walter W., and Michael H. Kean. The Sherlock Holmes illustrated cyclopedia of nautical knowledge. Palo Alto, CA: Glencannon Press, 2009.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Edited by Walter W. Jaffee ; with a preface by Michael H. Kean. ill., maps ; 23 cm. A special issue of 221 copies were hand numbered and signed by the editor. Includes bibliographical references. //

312. Jann, Rosemary. The adventures of Sherlock Holmes detecting social order, (Twayne's masterwork studies). New York, Toronto, New York: Twayne Publishers. Maxwell Macmillan Canada. Maxwell Macmillan International, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94032326. Includes bibliographical references and index //

313. Jenkins, William D. The adventure of the detected detective: Sherlock Holmes in James Joyce's Finnegans wake, (Contributions to the study of world literature). Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93021144. Includes bibliographical references (p. [141]-143) and index //

314. Jensen, Jens Byskov. Baker Street once again & Baker Street endnu engang. Vejle Denmark: Baskerville&Co, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 52-57) //

315. Jensen, Jens Byskov, Henry Lauritzen, and Hugo's Companions of Chicago (Organization). The man Sherlock Holmes a salute to the detective on his 150th birthday. Aalborg, Denmark, Chicago: Cimbrian Companion Press. Hugo's Companions, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

316. Jewell, Donald Girard. The botanical Holmes a monograph on plants in the time of Sherlock Holmes, (The Sherlock Holmes natural history series). Westminster: Pinchin Lane Press, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 65-67) and index //

317. ———. The Herpetological Holmes: a monograph on reptiles and amphibians in the time of Sherlock Holmes, (The Sherlock Holmes natural history series). Westminster, MD: Pinchin Lane Press, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Jun 1996 // "Illustrated with artwork of the period, is the eighth volume in Donald Girard Jewell's continuing Sherlock Holmes Natural History series."

318. ———. Horses of Different Colors: A Monography on Horses in the Time of Sherlock Holmes, (The Sherlock Holmes natural history series). Westminster, MD: Pinchin Lane Press, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Nov 1995 // "Illustrated with artwork of the period, is the seventh volume in Donald Girard Jewell's continuing Sherlock Holmes Natural History series."

319. Johnson, Roger. "Review--'Sidelights on Holmes' by John Hall." The Ritual, no. 21 (1998): 65-66.

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320. Johnson, Reginald L., and Alan F. Truscott. They came to Baker Street. New York City, NY: Magico Magazine, 1992.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Citations: De Waal C5399 //

321. Johnson, Timothy J. Victorian Secrets and Edwardian Enigmas the riddles of the rooms of 221B Baker Street [Internet Resource; Computer File Date of Entry: 20080923]. Regents of the University of Minnesota, 2007 [cited. Available from http://special.lib.umn.edu/rare/holmes/victorianguidefinalcompressed.pdf.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Exhibition of materials from the Sherlock Holmes collections, Elmer L. Andersen Library, University of Minnesota. // Created by the University of Minnesota Libraries, this Web site is an online companion to an exhibit that showcases Victorian secrets and Edwardian enigmas. Learn about life in London, the exact location of Baker Street, read letters from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and much more.

322. Jones, Jeannette Eileen, and Patrick B. Sharp. Darwin in Atlantic Cultures : evolutionary visions of race, gender, and sexuality, (Routledge research in Atlantic studies). New York: Routledge, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm. Introduction : the descent of Darwin in Atlantic cultures / Jeannette Eileen Jones and Patrick B. Sharp -- Strange birds : Friedrich Nietzche, Djuna Barnes, and queer evolution / Robert Azzarello -- "Sexual selection" and the social revolution : anarchist eugenics and radical Darwinism in the United States, 1850-1910 / Jesse F. Battan -- The birds and the bees : darwin's evolutionary approach to sexuality / Kimberly A. Hamlin -- Love in the age of Darwinian reproduction / Mark B. Feldman -- Victorian birdsongs : sexual selection, gender, and Darwin's theory of music / Laura M. Bolt -- Rise and fall : degeneration, historical determinism, and William Faulkner's Absalom! Absalom! / Christy A. Cannariato -- What is it? : difference, darwin, and the Victorian freak show / Lindsey B. Churchill -- The mocking meme : popular Darwinism, illustrative graphics, and editorial cartooning / G. Bruce Retallack -- Selective affinities : Darwin's theory of evolution in adventure novels by Jack London and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / Herbert Klein -- Simians, Negroes, and the "missing link" : evolutionary discourses and transatlantic debates on "the Negro question" / Jeannette Eileen Jones -- Evolution in the backlands : Brazilian intellectuals and the development of a nation / Gildo Magalhães Santos -- The evolution of the West : darwinist visions of race and progress in Roosevelt and Turner / Patrick B. Sharp -- Darwinism in Spanish America : union and diversity in José Rodó and José Vasconcelos / Adriana Novoa -- The miseducation of Henry Adams : fantasies of race, citizenship, and Darwinian dynamos / John P. Bruni. Outgrowth of a panel, "Darwin and contested definitions of race, gender, and nation in Gilded Age America and today," organized for the 2006 American Studies Association Conference in Oakland, Calif. Cf. acknowledgments./ Includes bibliographical references and index. edited by Jeannette Eileen Jones and Patrick B. Sharp. // Includes "Selective affinities : Darwin's theory of evolution in adventure novels by Jack London and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle" by Herbert Klein.

323. Jones, Stephen, and Kim Newman. Horror : another 100 best books. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. Companion vol. to Jones's and Newman's 1988 collection "Horror: 100 best books." Cf. Foreword./ Includes bibliographical references (p. 415-443) and index. Edited by Stephen Jones and Kim Newman ; with a foreword by Peter Straub. Scuttlebutt Nov 2005. // "Includes an essay by Tony Richards on 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'."

324. Jones, Watkin. The Case of the Scarlet Woman: Sherlock Holmes and the occult. London: Greenwich Exchange, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Mar 2000 // "Involves Holmes and Watson with members of Aleister Crowley's Order of the Golden Dawn, and in an investigation of the occult and of a murder mystery."

325. Jordan, Anne. "Review--'Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction' by T. S. Blakeney; '221B: Studies in Sherlock Holmes' by Vincent Starrett." The Ritual, no. 13 (1994): 47-48.

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326. Jordan, Anne, Northern Musgraves Sherlock Holmes Society, Kathryn White, and David Stuart Davies. I looked in at Mecca, (Musgrave monograph). Halifax, West Yorkshire, England: Northern Musgraves, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 19). Citations: De Waal C6623 //

327. Jordan, Deane. 1,001 more facts someone screwed up. Atlanta: Longstreet Press, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 16 x 19 cm. Scuttlebutt Jan 2004. // "It has corrections of three Sherlockian 'facts' (one of them is 'Dr. Watson, pal of Sherlock Holmes, was not shot in the leg. He was shot in the shoulder, according to 'A Study in Scarlet'. Later Doyle wrote that Watson was shot in the leg, perhaps because it is an easier affliction to depict.')."

328. Jungman, Robert P. "Sherlock Holmes: The World's First Scoutmaster." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 4 (1994): 204-11.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Presents the argument that it was Holmes, not Lord Baden-Powell, who founded the Scouting movement; that Holmes' writings found there way into print through the book, Scouting for Boys, and that Baden-Powell and Holmes collaborated during World War I and beyond.

329. Kanfer, S. "The game is still afoot." Time 130, no. 7 (1987): 76.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Essay exploring the enduring affection of the public for the immortal stories of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

330. Karlson, Kate, and Trevor S. Raymond. "'Bookshelf': Reviews of Serpentine Muse-ings and The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 3 (2005): 35-41.

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331. Kean, Michael H. "Letter to the Editor." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 74 (1994): 49.

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332. ———. "Letter to the Editor." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 70 (1992): 33.

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333. ———. Saxe Coburg Square finally!, (The Pondicherry Press monograph series). Pebble Beach, California: The Pondicherry Press, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 7) //

334. ———. "Saxe Coburg Square--Finally!" Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 89-93.

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335. ———. Sherlock Holmes-- vintage and spirited, (The Pondicherry Press monograph series). Pebble Beach, California: The Pondicherry Press, 1997.

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336. Kean, Michael H., Walter W. Jaffee, and Diogenes Club. The Diogenes Club speaks. 1st ed. Shelburne, Ont: Published by the Pondicherry Press in association with the Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Meet the Candidate; Two Men in a Boat: Holmes, Watson and the River Thames / Dean Chapman; Commentary on 'The Five Orange Pips' / John Durein; The Scholastic Holmes / John Durein; Sherlock Down the Tubes / John Durein; Sherlock Holmes and Fishing / John Durein; Watson Coins a Phrase / John Durein; The Little Known Holmes / Ted Durein; Sherlock Holmes and His Newspapers / Ted Durein; Watson in the City by the Bay / Ted Durein; Further Elucidations on the Mysterious Disappearance of the Famous Detective Mr. Sherlock Holmes or The Great Hiatus / Jon Hagstrom; Holmes and Gastronomy / Jean Hubert; Blood on the Rug / Walter W. Jaffee; The Canon on Ship / Walter W. Jaffee; Idlers, Loafers and Amateur Mendicants / Walter W. Jaffee; Ocean Mail / Walter W. Jaffee; The Unwritten Cases of Sherlock Holmes / Walter W. Jaffee; Report From Peshawar / Bob Jones; Sherlock Holmes and The Times / Bob Jones; Saxe Coburg Square -- Finally! / Michael H. Kean; Sherlock Holmes -- Vintage and Spirited / Michael H. Kean; Who Was Bruce-Partington? / Michael H. Kean; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Custodian of the Romantic Era? / R. N. Lightfoot //

337. Keating, H. R. F., ed. Crime & mystery the 100 best books. 2nd Carroll & Graf pbk. ed. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96034892; Scuttlebutt Jan 1997. Includes bibliographical references and index // "Keating comments on his selections, from Edgar Allan Poe to P. D. James, and Conan Doyle is noted for The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and The Hound of the Baskervilles. "

338. ———. Sherlock Holmes, the man and his world. Secaucus, NJ: Castle Books, 2006.

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339. Keefauver, Brad. The Armchair Baskerville Tour. New York: Magico Magazine, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Jan 1996 // "Brad takes a party of tourists through 'The Hound of the Baskervilles', and it's a grand tour indeed, at least until some members of the tour group vanish in the midst of the tour (and the story). The tour allows the tour guide to offer some intriguing insights into the story, and to answer some unasked-until-now questions, and it's an enjoyable excursion."

340. ———. "Winding Your Way Down on Baker Street." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 82-84.

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341. Kendrick, Stephen. Holy clues : the Gospel according to Sherlock Holmes. 1st Vintage Books ed. New York: Vintage Books, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 21 cm. "Originally published ... by Pantheon Books, a division of Random House Inc., New York, in 1999"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-179) and index. Scuttlebutt Jul 2000. // "An interesting discussion of the faith, reason, mystery, and philosophy one can find in the Sherlock Holmes stories, especially with an expert guide."

342. ———. Holy clues: investigating life's mysteries with Sherlock Holmes. 1st ed. New York: Pantheon Books, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 98049094. Includes bibliographical references and index // "An unlikely yet utterly engaging new take on the world's greatest detective: Sherlock Holmes as spiritual guide and master, whose Zen-like techniques of awareness and observation provide religious insight for the modern, skeptical searcher. Inspired by Holmes's comment to Dr. Watson ('You see but you do not observe'), Stephen Kendrick examines the stories of Arthur Conan Doyle to uncover the religious and metaphysical lessons they offer. Reading detective fiction as religious parable, Kendrick shows that the methods of investigation used in solving crime - particularly that of careful observation, what Buddhism calls "Bare Attention" - are the same methods that yield religious insight when applied to the world and the human heart. A spiritual seeker is a detective of the sacred, and so the lessons of detection - that nothing is insignificant, that you must notice what you see, that the bizarre is not necessarily the mysterious, that you should never presume anything - are also instructions in how to become attuned to the mystery of life and of God."

343. Kenny, Kevin. Making sense of the Molly Maguires. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 96053599. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Apr 1998 //

344. Kerr, Jack. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 1, no. 7 (1998): 30-31.

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345. Kerr, John A., Sr. "Letter to the Editor, 'Sherlock Holmes meets...'." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 1 (1997): 44.

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346. Kestner, Joseph A. "Sherlock's sisters : the British female detective, 1864-1913." In (The nineteenth century series). Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. The female detective in Britain -- The Victorian female detective, 1888-1894 -- The Victorian female detective, 1897-1900 -- The Edwardian female detective to 1913. Includes bibliographical references (p. [233]-249) and index. //

347. Kimball, Miles A. "'A Benefactor of the Race': Sherlock Holmes, Voyeurism, and Victorian Readers." Kentucky Philological Review 9, no. (1994): 16-22.

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348. Kinkley, Jeffrey C. Chinese justice, the fiction law and literature in modern China. Stanford, Calif: Stanford University Press, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 99088186. Includes bibliographical references (p. 435-477) and index //

349. Kittle, C. Frederick. "Sherlock Holmes." The New York Times, June 5, 1994: A25.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letter to the Editor: "Your charming and informative article 'Sherlock Holmes Inc.' by Paul Hofmann (May 1) was marred ever so lightly by the statement that after Conan Doyle was knighted, he 'bought an old castle in the town of Lucens . . .' Not so. The Chateau of Lucens, a beautiful 12th-century castle, was obtained by Sir Arthur's son, Adrian Conan Doyle, assisted by the Swiss Government, some 30 years after Doyle's death. It then became the Arthur Conan Doyle Museum, and some compared the baronial splendor of this castle to the Orson Welles set for 'Citizen Kane.'..."

350. Klinger, Leslie S. The Adventure of the Legion of Imposters: A Reference Work. Seattle: Wigmore Street Post Office, 1994.

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351. ———. Baker Street Rambles : a Collection of Writings about Sherlock Holmes, John H. Watson, M.D., Arthur Conan Doyle and their world. 1st ed. Indianapolis: Gasogene Books, 2008.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 22 cm. Some canonical observations on wine -- "You're quite too funny!": an interview with Gahan Wilson -- The dating of "The Five Orange Pips" -- On Sherlock Holmes's money -- The layout of a "Most Desirable Residence" -- The writings of Sherlock Holmes -- The mystery of "The Gloria Scott" -- The adventure of the blue carbuncle -- The crimes of Sherlock Holmes -- What game was afoot in "The Red-headed League"? -- Art in whose blook? -- Was Maurice Costello the first screen Sherlock Holmes? -- Years of mystery: a speculation -- From Prussia with love: contemplating "The Naval Treaty" -- Paging through the Canon -- Those gouty knuckles -- The adventure of the wooden box -- What is it that we love in Sherlock Holmes: re-examined -- What kind of person reads Playboy? Sherlock Holmes? An interview with Hugh M. Hefner -- The path of the Colonel's bullet -- Sherlock in L.A. -- Sifting the writings upon the writings -- Sifting the writings upon the writings, Part II: the future of Sherlockian scholarship -- Domestic violence in the Canon -- What do we really know about Sherlock Holmes and John H. Watson? -- The Broker, by John Grisham -- A Slight Trick of the Mind, by Mitch Cullin -- The Italian Secretary, by Caleb Carr -- Game over? Includes bibliographical references. //

352. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'Reverberations'." Canadian Holmes 28, no. 3 (2005): 47.

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353. ———. "A Long Natural Breath. . .". Malibu: Daypark Press, 2005.

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354. ———. Lost in Lassus: The Missing Monograph. Beverly Hills: Daypark Press, 1999.

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355. ———. "A New Golden Age of Sherlockian Scholarship." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 53, no. 3 (2003): 48-51.

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356. ———. "Paging Through the Canon." Wigmore Street Post Office Journal 12, no. (1998): 12-14.

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357. ———. "The Path of the Colonel's Bullet." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 51, no. 2 (2001): 41-44.

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358. ———. A Rose by Any Other Name. . . Beverly Hills: Daypark Press, 1996.

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359. ———. "Sifting the Writings upon the Writings." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 52, no. 2 (2002): 47-54.

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360. ———. "What Is It That We Love in Sherlock Holmes? Re-Examined." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 53, no. 4 (2003): 6-7.

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361. ———. "What Kind of Person Reads Playboy? Sherlock Holmes? An Interview with Hugh M. Hefner." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 50, no. 2 (2000): 18-25.

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362. ———. "Who Then is Porlock?". Malibu: Daypark Press, 2003.

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363. ———. Who Was the Author of The Mazarin Stone? Malibu: Daypark Press, 2001.

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364. ———. A Winter's Crop: Considering The Blue Carbuncle. Beverly Hills: Daypark Press, 1995.

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365. Klinger, Leslie S., and Timothy Bourke. What Game was Afoot in The Red-Headed League? Beverly Hills: Daypark Press, 1997.

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366. Klinger, Leslie S., Barbara Roden, and Peter Calamai. "Letters to the Editor, re: 'The Curious Incidents of the Shoehorns that Were Not There'." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 1 (2005): 4.

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367. Knight, Stephen Thomas. Crime Fiction Since 1800 : detection, death, diversity. 2nd ed. Basingstoke [England]; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm. Beginning detection. Before detection ; Enter the detective ; Realistic police ; Edgar Allan Poe's initiative -- Developing detection. Early English detection ; Sensation ; Gaboriau and the 1870s-1990s ; Detective apotheosis : Sherlock Holmes -- After Sherlock Holmes. Enter death ; Scientific detectives ; Ironic anti-heroes ; Low-level detection ; Women on the case -- Forming the clue-puzzle. Had they but known ; How golden was the age? ; Golden royalty : Agatha Christie ; American gold ; English variations ; Supporting cast ; Themes and explanations -- American versions. Origins and attitudes ; Hammett's initiative ; Chandler's variation ; Other American crime writers ; The crime novelists ; The 'Tough Guy' abroad -- Continuity and diversity. After the 'Golden Age' in Britain ; The private eye modernised ; Other continuities ; The psychothriller ; Police procedurals -- Diversifying gender. Towards feminist detection ; Feminist detection in America ; Feminist detection around the world ; The lesbian detective ; Male gay detection -- Diversifying race and ethnicity. Black male detection ; Black female detection ; Other ethnicities -- Diversity : postmodernity, body, city. Postmodern crime fiction ; Generic violence to city and body ; Urban collapse ; Serial killers. Previous ed.: published as Crime fiction, 1800-2000. 2004. Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-298) and index. //

368. Kobayashi, Tsukasa, and Akane Higashiyama. "Doyle's Unconscious Exposed in the Holmes Stories (translated by Harold Brown from Esperanto)." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 181-185.

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369. Koch, Hugo, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Some observations upon the date of the tragedy of Birlstone the evidence of Whitaker's Almanack, 1890. S.l: s.n., 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references //

370. Kuchta, Todd. Semi-detached Empire : suburbia and the colonization of Britain, 1880 to the present. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., map ; 24 cm. Semi-detached empire -- Reverse colonization in The War of the worlds -- Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Anglo-Indian -- Outposts of progress: Joseph Conrad's suburban speculation -- Beyond the abyss: degeneracy and death in the Edwardian suburb -- Ressentiment and late-imperial fiction -- George Orwell and the road to West Bletchley -- Epilogue: "In the blood and not on the skin". Includes bibliographical references (p. 235-254) and index. //

371. Kuhn, Laura. "Letter to the Editor, 'Award in WA'." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 3 (2003): 5.

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372. Lahey, John. Damn you, John Christie! the public life of Australia's Sherlock Holmes. Melbourne: State Library of Victoria, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93176627. Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-276) and index //

373. Lambert, Lisa. "Letter to the Editor ('Numerology, Spanish Holmes')." Shoso-In Bulletin 6, no. (1996): 157.

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374. Lane, Thomas D. "The Writings upon the Importance of Factual Errors in Writings." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 4 (1994): 212-22.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Framed within the context of a college class in mystery and detective fiction, the author (and students) provide some interesting observations on the literary criticism of the Writings on the Writings.

375. Langworth, Richard M. "Letter to the Editor, 'Gratuitous'." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 3 (1994): 50-51.

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376. Larson, Jeanette. "Case Closed: Tracking Down New Mysteries." Book Links 16, no. 3 (2007): 16-19.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article reviews several mystery books for elementary students including "Behind the Curtain," by Peter Abrahams, "Room One: A Mystery or Two," by Andrew Clements, and "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

377. Lauterbach, Edward S. "The Oxford Sherlock Holmes: A Review Essay." English Literature in Transition (1880-1920) 37, no. 4 (1994): 502-08.

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378. Layng, Charles, Peter A. Ruber, and George A. Vanderburgh. The game is afoot, 1995.

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379. Leith, Sam. "A man of many dressing-gowns." Spectator 296, no. 9200 (2004): 36.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes," edited by Leslie Klinger.

380. Lesh, Richard D. "The Baghdad-Maiwand Connection." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 30.

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381. ———. "Watson, Come Here; I want You: In Afghanistan." The Nezire Zanmai International 2, no. (1992): 76-79.

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382. Levin, Alfred A. "Oh Come Now--My Dear Watson." Shoso-In Bulletin 3, no. (1993): 73-77.

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383. Levin, Martin. "Holmes eternal." The Globe and Mail (Toronto), April 23, 2005: D17.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Arthur Conan Doyle believed in fairies, ectoplasmic emanations and spirits beyond the grave. Still, this credulous man also gave us a rationalist immortal in Sherlock Holmes. The Sherlockian canon, 56 stories and four novels, is, despite more internal contradictions than Marx's capitalism, still read and revered by millions, has spawned countless films and television series, and numberless imitations, homages and pastiches. The unabated fascination with the great consulting detective since his first appearance in A Study in Scarlet in Beeton's Christmas Annual of 1887 shows a staying power unmatched among his sleuthing rivals...." A number of currents works, e.g. Klinger's annotated, Chabon's Final Solution, are noted.

384. Levine, Michael G. "The vanishing point: Sherlock Holmes and the ends of perspective." Criticism 39, no. 2 (1997): 249.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Focuses on the author's interpretation of vanishing points in the context of detective fiction. Webster's dictionary definition of a vanishing point; Reference to vanishing points in fictions written by Arthur Conan Doyle; Reference to texts and literature that contain vanishing points.

385. Lewis, Lou. "'Silver Blaze': The Dick Francis Connection." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 54, no. 2 (2004): 34-37.

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386. Lezard, Nicholas. "Sherlock Holmes was on the wrong side of town, finds Nicholas Lezard." The Guardian (London), September 18, 1999: 11.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Atlas of the European Novel, 1800-1900, by Franco Moretti (Verso, pounds 12). "How many times do you think Sherlock Holmes goes to the East End? Ten times? A dozen? Fifteen? No: once, exactly. I find this hard to believe, but Moretti asserts it so pugnaciously - and it's not the kind of claim you make lightly, as anyone who has tangled with Sherlockians knows - that I have to defer to his research. This is a book which makes maps out of where books are set, or, rather, overlays geography with the loci of fiction, and sees what kind of patterns can be made. In the case of Sherlock Holmes's London, the fascinating thing is what happens when the detective's movements are superimposed on Charles Booth's real map of London, published in 1889. It's hugely detailed: each block of dwellings is colour-coded according to social class (there are seven: the richest are coloured gold, the poorest and most dangerous black, a scheme which is 'either quite naive or very very ironic', as Moretti drily puts it.) A map of Holmes's investigations is the exact inverse of Booth's. Murders are more likely to happen, in Conan Doyle's London, where in reality they are least likely to happen...."

387. Liebow, Ely M. Dr. Joe Bell model for Sherlock Holmes. Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press/Popular Press, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 81085520. Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-246) and index //

388. Lindesay, Vane, and Derham Groves. The re[bus]es of Sherlock Holmes. Carlton North, Victoria, Australia: Black Jack Press, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The 46-page booklet is described (and quite accurately) by Derham as 'a surrealist-style picture-puzzle book.'"

389. Lindvall, Robert. "Sherlock Holmes's Biggest Case." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 85-89.

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390. ———. "Very Sincerely Yours, Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 12, no. (2002): 60-64.

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391. Lipari, Paul. The Baker Street Companion. Kansas City, MO: Andrews and McMeel, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Jan 1997 // "With brief chapters on the Canon, and Sherlockians, and Basil Rathbone.

392. Livingston, Bud. Anatomically, my dear Watson some trifling monographs on canonical body parts. Cincinnati, Ohio: Classic Specialities' Books, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Describes anatomical features of the characters of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes novels

393. ———. Some more trifling monographs. New York: Magico, 2005.

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394. Lorenz, Albert, and Joy Schleh. Buried Blueprints : maps and sketches of lost worlds and mysterious places. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- col. ill. ; 38 cm. Plastic magnifying lens in pocket affixed inside front cover. Scuttlebutt Dec 1999 // Fold-out illustrations and text provide a look at such legendary locations and structures as the Garden of Eden, Atlantis, the Tower of Babel, Ramses's tomb, King Arthur and his Round Table, Dracula's castle and Dinosaur Island (the Lost World of Arthur Conan Doyle rather than Michael Crichton)

395. Lovisi, Gary. "Forever Holmes? A Look at Penzler Books' new 'Sherlock Holmes Library'." Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 110-112.

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396. Luman, Richard. "Recovering the lost history of Sherlock Holmes." The Chronicle of Higher Education 36, no. (1990).

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397. Lycett, Andrew. "...and Clues from a Master Detective." The Times (London), September 29, 2007: 15.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...The ingredients that make this consulting detective's exploits as fresh today as when they were written (mostly more than a century ago) are an engaging mixture of character, incident, dialogue and plot -the last providing the structure that allows the stories to unfold. The first person to analyse this was Ronald Knox, who initiated the mock serious scrutiny of the 'canon' in 1911 when he addressed the Gryphon Club in Oxford on Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes...."

398. Lydon, Michael. "Holmes Re-examined: A Personal Ramble Through the Canon." The Musgrave Papers, no. 12 (1999): 15-38.

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399. MacGregor, Marilyn. "Plumming Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 23-26.

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400. Malec, Andrew. "Letter to the Editor." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 70 (1992): 32-33.

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401. Malion, Brian. "Deconstructing Baker Street or 221b Faker Street." Baker Street West 1 7, no. 2 (2001): 33-35.

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402. Malm, Morgan. 221B en studie i Baker Street, (Ystads Antikvariats skriftserie). Ystad, Sweden: Ystads Antikvariat, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 36) //

403. Malmio, Kristina. ""He Strongly Envied Sherlock Holmes. But He Decided Not to Take Him to His Model."A Discursive Approach to the "Self" in an Early Self-Reflexive Finnish Detective Novel." Scandinavian Studies 80, no. 4 (2008): 455-476.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Includes multiple references to Holmes and Doyle.

404. Mann, Thomas. Horror and mystery photoplay editions and magazine fictionizations : the catalog of a collection. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-168) and index. National bibliography no: GBA4-X8811 // "Tom reports that there are a dozen entries for Sherlock Holmes (including magazine fictionizations of Rathbone films) and four for "The Lost World" (and he knows of a fifth that he discovered after the book went to press)."

405. Manos, Nikki Lee, and Meri-Jane Rochelson. Transforming genres new approaches to British fiction of the 1890s. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94009855. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt July 1995 // "..with an article by Ronald R. Thomas about the racism and sexism he has found in the Canon."

406. ———. Transforming genres new approaches to British fiction of the 1890s. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt July 1995 // "..with an article by Ronald R. Thomas about the racism and sexism he has found in the Canon."

407. Marchand, Philip. "Holmes anything but hard-boiled." The Toronto Star, November 27, 2004: J10.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...Memory Book is Engel's eleventh Cooperman novel. He has also written two other novels, one of which was titled Mr. Doyle And Dr. Bell. In that book, Arthur Conan Doyle, and the medical professor who inspired Doyle's creation of Sherlock Holmes, solved a crime together. It was an interesting departure for Engel. Basically Engel is of the hard-boiled school of crime fiction - his Cooperman, despite his amiable peculiarities, is a true successor to Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe. Hard-boiled private eyes don't usually have much use for the great detective with the deer-stalking cap. I was reminded of this fact by the recent publication, by W. W. Norton, of a two volume set titled The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes. This edition is for the reader who wants to understand every obscure reference in every Sherlock Holmes story...."

408. Masters, Rosalind. "Review--'140 Varieties' Musgrave Monograph Number Five by John Hall." The Ritual, no. 14 (1994): 62.

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409. McAleer, John. "The immortal Mr. Holmes." Chicago Tribune, Nov 7, 1993: 1.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book "The Oxford Sherlock Holmes," with stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle and edited by Owen Dudley Edwards, Christopher Roden, Richard Lancelyn Green and W. W. Robson.

410. McBain, Ed. "The heckler : a novel of the 87th precinct." New York: Pocket Books, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 18 cm. Originally published in 1960. Scuttlebutt Sept. 2003. // "It's an 87th Precinct mystery novel that has both cops and crooks acknowledging use of a plot from a Sherlock Holmes story. And McBain mentions Holmes and Moriarty briefly in the afterword."

411. McCallister, David R. "The Canon's Invisible Gang." Varieties of Ash 2, no. 1 (1994): 35-44.

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412. ———. "Sherlock Holmes and Hari Seldon: Canonical Antecedents of Asimov's Theory of Psychohistory." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 45, no. 3 (1995): 162-166.

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413. ———. "Sherlock Holmes 'Hated Rivals'." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 72 (1992): 14-18.

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414. McCausland, Dayna. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 3 (1994): 13.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews The Adventure of Sherlock Holmes from The Oxford Sherlock Holmes.

415. McClure, Michael, and Susan McClure, eds. The Baker Street News. Chester, IL: Michael McClure, 1995-.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Only one issue published; http://www.sherlockpeoria.net/Periodicals/BakerStNews.html //

416. McDiarmid, E. W., Peter E. Blau, and John Bennett Shaw. A basic Holmesian library. [Minneapolis]: Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota, 1995.

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417. McGee, Tom. "Letter to the Editor ('Haiku From America')." Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 145.

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418. McGrath, Charles. "Sherlock Holmes's eternal appeal." The International Herald Tribune, May 24, 2005: 10.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Mention of recent works on Holmes including Klinger's Annotated and Carr's Italian Secretary, among others. "Sherlock Holmes, the subject of a spate of recent books, has enjoyed what must surely be the most extensive afterlife of any character in fiction. To begin with, he survived the attempt of his own creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, to kill him off in the 1893 story 'The Final Problem,' the one that begins with Watson writing, 'It is with a heavy heart that I take up my pen'..."

419. ———. "What Makes Him The Supersleuth?" New York Times, May 20, 2005: E.2:27.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Nearly identical article to that in the International Herald Tribune. "...Holmes has since become a one-man entertainment complex. He has been the subject of at least 100 movies and nearly as many plays and radio dramas, and he has inspired an entire library's worth of books. There have been countless sequels and knockoffs -- among them Nicholas Meyer's trilogy, which paired Holmes with figures like Freud, Oscar Wilde and the Phantom of the Opera; Laurie R. King's Mary Russell novels, about a young heiress who teams up with the retired Holmes; and ''A Samba for Sherlock,'' by the Brazilian writer and television personality Jo Soares, which transports a fumbling, nearsighted Holmes to Rio to solve the case of a stolen violin. There is also a vast and ever-growing trove of serious and semiserious Holmes scholarship...."

420. McKuras, Julie. "50 Years Ago." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 3 (2000): 3.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Provides some background and information on Jay Finley Christ and his 1950 publication "The Missing Three." It was printed in a small 4-page pamphlet titled Christmas 1950, and published by Christ’s own Fanlight Press. Includes a photograh of Jay Finley Christ.

421. ———. "100 Years Ago." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 4, no. 3 (2000): 2, 8.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Provides information on 'The Making of Sherlock Holmes' by A.M. in the 1900 issue of The Young Man. Information is also given on Dr. Joseph Bell, one of Doyle's medical school professors in Edinburgh and a model for Sherlock Holmes.

422. McWilliams, Brendan. "Storms played elemental role for Sherlock." The Irish Times, September 29, 2000: 24.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "'It was in the latter days of September, and the equinoctial gales had set in with exceptional violence. All day the wind had screamed and the rain had beaten against the windows, so that even here in the heart of great, hand-made London we were forced to raise our minds for the instant from the routine of life and to recognise the presence of those great elemental forces which shriek at mankind through the bars of his civilisation, like untamed beasts in a cage.' Those who have researched the events which followed this autumnal scene have concluded they took place exactly 113 years ago, on September 29th and 30th, 1887. They comprise one of the most celebrated cases of Mr Sherlock Holmes, and are meticulously described in his inimitable style by Dr Watson in The Five Orange Pips...."

423. Merrell, David W. "'Home, James': A Case of Domestic Identity." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 53, no. 2 (2003): 24-28.

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424. Merrill, Edward. "Knowledge of Construction-Nil." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 46, no. 3 (1996): 41-46.

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425. Meyer, Charles A. "Mortality and Morbidity in Baker Street." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 54, no. 1 (2004): 47-49.

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426. Meyer, Karl E. "The Curious Incident of the Sleuth in the Meantime." The New York Times, January 19, 2000: E1.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Of the singular mysteries addressed by Sherlock Holmes, perhaps none is more intriguing than ''The Case of the Undying Detective.'' His creator, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, vowed to kill him in the 1890's and turned to the archcriminal Professor Moriarty to do the job. 'You won't! You can't! You musn't!' the author's mother protested. Holmes survived, only to face rival creations by others who shamelessly copied his methods, and a legion of parodists who trifled with his name. Nevertheless Holmes is entering a third century, standing taller than ever. Several hundred Americans and a sprinkling of foreign guests gathered in Manhattan over the weekend to salute the master detective on his 146th birthday. For more than half a century this has been an annual rite, organized by the Baker Street Irregulars, the organization of Holmes devotees...."

427. Meyer, Karl Ernest, and Shareen Blair Brysac. Tournament of Shadows : the great game and race for empire in Central Asia. Rev. paperback ed. New York: Basic Books, 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps, ports. ; 23 cm. "A Cornelia and Michael Bessie Book."/ Includes bibliographical references (p. [579]-631), bibliography (p.[632]-634), and index. Scuttlebutt Jan 2000 // "The Great Game was the long-standing competition between Britain and Russia, and the story of the Second Afghan War (and the fatal battle of Maiwand) will of course be of particular interest to Sherlockians. Nancy Beiman notes that Dr. John H. Watson is included in the index, no doubt thanks to Meyer (who is 'Fritz von Waldbaum' in The Baker Street Irregulars)."

428. ———. Tournament of Shadows : the great game and race for empire in Central Asia. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 24 cm. Contributor biographical information http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0830/99035250-b.html Publisher description http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0830/99035250-d.html "A Cornelia and Michael Bessie Book."/ Map of Asia on endpapers./ Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Jan 2000 // "The Great Game was the long-standing competition between Britain and Russia, and the story of the Second Afghan War (and the fatal battle of Maiwand) will of course be of particular interest to Sherlockians. Nancy Beiman notes that Dr. John H. Watson is included in the index, no doubt thanks to Meyer (who is 'Fritz von Waldbaum' in The Baker Street Irregulars)."

429. Meyer, Karl E., and Shareen Blair Brysac. Tournament of Shadows : the great game and the race for empire in Asia. London: Abacus, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps, ports. ; 20 cm. Originally published: Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1999; London: Little, Brown. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Jan 2000 // "The Great Game was the long-standing competition between Britain and Russia, and the story of the Second Afghan War (and the fatal battle of Maiwand) will of course be of particular interest to Sherlockians. Nancy Beiman notes that Dr. John H. Watson is included in the index, no doubt thanks to Meyer (who is 'Fritz von Waldbaum' in The Baker Street Irregulars)."

430. ———. Tournament of Shadows : the great game and the race for empire in Asia. London: Little, Brown, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps, ports. ; 24 cm. Originally published: Washington, D.C. : Counterpoint, 1999. Scuttlebutt Jan 2000 // "The Great Game was the long-standing competition between Britain and Russia, and the story of the Second Afghan War (and the fatal battle of Maiwand) will of course be of particular interest to Sherlockians. Nancy Beiman notes that Dr. John H. Watson is included in the index, no doubt thanks to Meyer (who is 'Fritz von Waldbaum' in The Baker Street Irregulars)."

431. Meyer-Bolzinger, Dominique. Une méthode clinique dans l'enquête policière : Holmes, Poirot, Maigret, (Collection Travaux & thèses; Paralittérature). Liège [Belgium]: Éditions du Céfal, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. Based on the author's doctoral thesis, entitled "L'Amateur d'indices. La méthode clinique du détective, dans les romans de Conan-Doyle, Agatha Christie et Georges Simenon", submitted to the Université de Haute-Alsace (Mulhouse) on 13 June 2001 (see t.p. verso). Includes bibliographical references. //

432. Meyers, Don. "Holmes, Watson & Stamford: Was there a Method to Young Stamford's Madness?" Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 87-88.

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433. Miller, Laura. "Zelig on Baker Street." New York Times Book Review 154, no. 52998 (2004): 31-31.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Presents an essay on Sherlock Holmes and his many resurrections since his invention some 150 years ago. Contention that the book "Curious Incident of the Dog in The Night-Time," by Mark Haddon, not only gets its title from author Arthur Conan Doyle but also parallels the way that trusty Watson could notice facts without grasping their meaning; "The Hamilton Case," by Michelle de Kretser which also makes mention of Holmes; "Final Solution," by Michael Chabon where an elderly unnamed man (suggested to be Holmes) is brought out of retirement to solve a case; Criticism of "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes edited by Leslie S. Klinger who is a confirmed Sherlockian; How the campiness of the stories remains a winning feature after all this time.

434. Miller, Phil. "Curious Case of Sherlock Holmes and a Trademark." The Scotsman, April 13, 2000: 9.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The name of the world's most famous literary detective, Sherlock Holmes, could become a trademark, if a controversial move by a New York-based businesswoman is successful. Andrea Plunket, who has administered the rights to the copyright of the Holmes works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle since 1976, has lodged a bid with European authorities for the right to control the name and image of the legendary sleuth. The actions of Mrs Plunket, who was once the mistress of Claus van Bulow, the Danish aristocrat who was tried and acquitted of the murder of his wife in the 1980s, has angered aficionados of the fictional detective and alarmed the publishing world...."

435. Mitchell, Andrea L. "New Books." Addiction 103, no. 2 (2008): 339-342.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article presents a list of books published during the month of February 2008, including "Bacchus at Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes and Victorian Drinking Lore" by Patricia Guy. iUniverse, Inc. 2007, 150 pp, $13.95, ISBN-10: 0595455751, ISBN-13: 978-0595455751 (paperback)

436. Mitchell, John H. "Letter to the Editor, 'Not an Oxymoron'." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 1 (1993): 40.

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437. Monahan, Eric. "A Beginner's Guide to Holmes and Watson." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 80-81, 150.

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438. ———. Holmes under the lens some observations on aspects of the canon. Devon: Parallel Publications, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: A beginners' guide to Holmes and Watson -- The best of the professionals? -- The Norwood builder surveyed -- Alexander Holder-banker or buffoon? -- The failures of Sherlock Holmes -- The Cornish language problem -- The real Moriarty? -- Watson was a love-child -- More digging around Saxe-Coburg Square. Includes bibliographical references //

439. ———. "A New Role-Model for Sherlock Holmes?" Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 73-76.

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440. ———. Sherlock Holmes illustrated with alternative captions. Paignton, Devon, England: E. Monahan, 2001.

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441. ———. A Sherlock Holmes miscellany. Paignton, Devon, England: E. Monahan, 2002.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-37). Contents: A combination of errors -- Sherlock Holmes observes -- That simple calculation -- Questions on SILV -- A horse of a different colour -- A new role-model for Sherlock Holmes? //

442. Monahan, Jerome. "An elementary lesson in success." The Times Educational Supplement, no. (2005): 14-15.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The writer traces the success of the Sherlock Holmes detective stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

443. Montgomery, John Warwick. The transcendent Holmes. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references and index //

444. Moore, Helen. "A Japanese Interpretation of Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 24, no. 2 (2000): 14-25.

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445. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'Artwork from Japan'." Canadian Holmes 25, no. 1 (2001): 44.

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446. Moran, Joe. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 3 (1998): 24.

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447. ———. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 4 (1998): 29.

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448. Moretti, Franco. Atlas of the European Novel, 1800-1900. London, New York: Verso, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps (1 col.) ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Scuttlebutt Nov 1999. / Uniform Title: Atlante del romanzo europeo 1800-1900. English // "'This is a book which makes maps out of where books are set' and a map of Holmes' investigations shows that murders in Sherlock Holmes' London were far more likely in the best, rather than the worst, neighborhoods."

449. Murdock, Karen. "Lost in Tobacco and Zeugma: Some Devices of Classical Rhetoric and Sherlockian Canon." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 4 (2004): 3-14.

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450. Mynatt, Barbee T., Laura Marie Leventhal, Keith Instone, John Farhat, and Diane S. Rohlman. "Hypertext or book: which is better for answering questions?" ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '92, May 3-7 1992, no. (1992): 19-25.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "An important issue in the evolution of hypertext is the design of such systems to optimally support user tasks such as asking questions. Few studies have systematically compared the use of hypertext to books in seeking information, and those that have been done have not found a consistent superiority for hypertext. In addition, designers developing hypertext books have few guidelines. In the present study, users performed information-seeking tasks and answered a variety of types of questions about Sherlock Holmes stories using either a conventional paper encyclopedia or a hypertext encyclopedia. The questions varied on the amount of information needed to derive an answer (fact or inference), the location of the question's key phrase in the hypertext (entry title or entry content), and the format of the information (text or map). Accuracy and time were recorded. The hypertext group excelled in answering fact questions where the information was embedded in a text entry. The book group excelled only in answering fact questions based on maps. In spite of having far more experience using books, the book group was not significantly faster overall and did not perform as well on an incidental learning task. Our results suggest that a hypertext book with a nonlinear structure and including a variety of navigational tools can equal or surpass conventional books as an information-seeking medium, even with minimal training." Hypertext used was HyperHolmes: The Electronic Encyclopedia Sherlockianaw incorporates information from Jack Tracy’s Encyclopaedia Sherlockiana (1977). The Encyclopedia Sherlockiana is an alphabetically arranged list of keywords and key phrases related to the Sherlock Holmes stones. Each keyword or key phrase has an accompanying description, and possibly references to other entries in the encyclopedia. The book is not indexed and entries are found strictly alphabetically. Tracy’s book is considered by Sherlockians to be the definitive encyclopedia of information on Sherlock Holmes as depicted in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories.

451. Myrsiades, Linda. "Introduction." College Literature 35, no. 3 (2008): 1-1.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The article discusses various articles within the issue including Paula J. Reiter's "Doctors, Detectives, and the Professional Ideal:The Trial of Thomas Neill Cream and the Mastery of Sherlock Holmes"

452. Narasimhan, Balaji. The partial art of detection. Tokyo: Shoso-in Press, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. Includes index. //

453. Narasimhana, Balajii. "Celebrating the 150th birthday of Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 14, no. (2004): 21-22.

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454. Narita, Kei-ichi. "On the apparent absence of Mother Goose in the Canon." The Nezire Zanmai International 2, no. (1992): 80-88.

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455. Nawotka, Edward. "Sherlock Holmes stories, and much more." The Gazette (Montreal), January 22, 2005: H6.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Short Stories, Edited by Leslie Klinger, Norton, 1,878 pages.

456. Neblett, William. Sherlock's logic. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Bibliography: p. 289-290; Scuttlebutt Sept. 1998 // "Holmes' grandson attempts to solve a murder mystery in the first third of the book, with the rest of the book devoted to an exposition of elementary logic."

457. Nicki Household, Jason Cowley Sue Gee, and Davidson Helen. "New in Paperback;Books." The Times (London), Dec 17, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...A Sherlock Holmes Compendium, edited by Peter Haining, Warner Books, Pounds 6.99 Testament to the enduring appeal of Conan Doyle's magically readable stories is the bizarre cult that still surrounds his greatest creation, Sherlock Holmes. Like all good literary enthusiasms, the world of 'Sherlockiana' seems to attract its share of eccentrics and mavericks, many of whom are given a platform in this compendium. The scope of the essays, ranging from speculation on the real gender of Holmes to a compelling newspaper profile of Conan Doyle by Bram Stoker, is impressive. There is also much that is hilarious, including a Holmes horoscope. Dotty yet harmless, this is strictly for the enthusiast...."

458. Nordberg, Nils. Verdens største detektiver / c ved Nils Nordberg. Oslo?: Bokklubben Kunnskap Og Kultur, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (2, p. 761-801) // Portraits, biographies and stories of detectives including Sherlock Holmes among many others selected from the world's detective literature

459. Nosowicz, Dorota. "Comment: 10 Key Things About...Sherlock Holmes." The Observer, September 19, 1999: 27.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Elementary, dear reader, and not before time. The esteemed sculptor, Mr John Doubleday, will unveil his latest statue outside Baker Street Underground railway station in London's district of Marylebone on Thursday. It is a likeness of the greatest detective ever, Mr Sherlock Holmes, whose lodgings were at 221B Baker Street, where now resides the Abbey National celebrating 150 years of financial ministration. 1. Nascence: In 1887, the legend of Sherlock Holmes and Dr Thomas Watson was born in Beeton's Christmas Annual...."

460. Nydell, Margaret. "On the Chaldean Influences in Cornish." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 45, no. 1 (1995): 24-30.

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461. Olding, Alan C. "Letter to the Editor ('George R. Sims')." Shoso-In Bulletin 4, no. (1994): 124.

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462. Olson, Kiki. "Mysteries." St. Petersburg Times (Florida), August 22, 1999: 4D.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Brief review of Holy Clues: The Gospel According to Sherlock Holmes, by Stephen Kendrick (Pantheon, $21). "This is not a 'whodunit,' but it is a must-read for fans of the world's greatest consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes.Stephen Kendrick, the minister of the Universalist church of West Hartford, Conn., has dissected the Holmes stories to extract the religious and metaphysical lessons they offer...."

463. Oudin, Bernard. Enquete sur Sherlock Holmes. Paris: Gallimard, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt July 1998 // "An excellent survey [in French] of the Sherlockian world, with many interesting illustrations from the collection of Richard Lancelyn Green and other archives."

464. Ousby, Ian. The Crime and Mystery Book : a reader's companion. London: Thames and Hudson, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. // "An interesting and nicely-illustrated review of the genre, with due attention to Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle."

465. Overby, Paul. Holy blood: an inside view of the Afghan War. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 93020126. Includes bibliographical references (p. [217]-223) and index //

466. Palladino, Paolo. "Ginzburg in Harlem: History, Structure and the Politics of Primitivism." Culture, Theory & Critique 49, no. 2 (2008): 203-217.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The historian Carlo Ginzburg is renowned for his critique of modern, scientific reason and his articulation of an alternative form of knowledge which he labels 'conjectural'. This form of knowledge, supposedly more attuned to the historian's interest in the singular and specific fragment, as opposed to the abstract and universal concept, is so rooted in the practices of the prehistoric hunter that Ginzburg sometimes describes it as a 'venatic' form of deduction, binding 'the human animal closely to other animal species'. In this essay, I explore the ramifications of this alternative form of knowledge, attending especially to its relationship to the modernist theme of 'primitivism'. I do so by juxtaposing Ginzburg's critical appraisal of Arthur Conan Doyle's most famous literary invention, Sherlock Holmes, and Rudolph Fisher's own literary invention, John Archer, the physician who sometimes aids criminal investigations in African American Harlem. I argue that the differences between Archer and Holmes draw attention to some troubling implications of Ginzburg's historiographical argument. Folding this analysis on itself, however, I also suggest that what might be at stake, when Ginzburg insists so troublingly on the importance of the singular, venatic trace, is the evocation of Walter Benjamin's understanding of the historical 'event'." [Abstract from author]

467. Parallel Case of St. Louis (St. Louis, MO). The Parallel Cases of St. Louis. St. Louis, Mo: Parallel Case of St. Louis, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Preface / by Joe Eckrich -- Introduction / by Brad Keefauver -- A Parallel case evolves / by Joe Eckrich -- The case of Euclid's fifth postulate ; The Parallel chapters in a Study in scarlet and the Sign of four / by Pasquale Accardo -- Thoughts on us / by Barbara Roscoe -- The Part of his profession that was parallel cases / by Brad Keefauver -- A letter / by Lady Hilda St. Simon as discovered by Mary Schroeder -- The Sign of the four: a puzzle in celebration of the years of the Parallel cases of St. Louis / by Janet Bensley -- Views of a maniac collector / by Don Hobbs -- Some recommendations on seasonal housecleaning / by Martha Turner Hudson as discovered by Pj Doyle -- A Nose for detection / by Pasquale Accardo -- She seems indeed, to be on a very different level / by Cathy Kelleher -- A Beeline for Holmes / by Gordon Speck //

468. Parris, Matthew, David Prosser, and Simon Christmas. Scorn with added vitriol : a bucketful of discourtesy, disparagement, invective, ridicule, impudence, contumely, derision, hate, affront, disdain, bile, taunts, curses and jibes. New ed. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: gb 96039884 //

469. ———. Scorn: a bucketful of discourtesy, disparagement, invective, ridicule, impudence, contumely, derision, hate, affront, disdain, bile, taunts, curses and jibes. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: gb 94088947 //

470. Parry, Rosemary C. "Review--'The Oxford Sherlock Holmes: The Return of Sherlock Holmes' edited with an introduction by Richard Lancelyn Green." The Ritual, no. 12 (1993): 57-59.

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471. Peters, Elizabeth, and Kristen Whitbread. Amelia Peabody's Egypt : a compendium. 1st ed. New York: Morrow, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 29 cm. Preface / Elizabeth Peters -- The Emerson era: I : the historical background to the journals. A splendid overview of Egyptology: Napoleon to World War I / Dennis Forbes ; A commanding perspective: the British in Egypt, 1884-1917 / Jocelyn Gohary -- Pictorial essay: The Emerson's bane: tourists along the Nile -- The Emerson era: II : the cultural background to the journals. An expert analysis of the principles of Islam as encountered by the Emersons / Salima Ikram ; Pictorial essay: The art & architecture of Islam ; "Lesser breeds without the law": an insightful diatribe on the Victorian attitude towards other cultures & peoples / Barbara Mertz ; Upstairs, downstairs: a skillful overview of Victorian servants & their duties / Margareta Knauff ; From parlor to pyramid: a scholarly study of Amelia Peabody Emerson & the women's movement / Elizabeth Foxwell ; A specialized indulgence: Amelia Peabody Emerson & the evolution of fashion, 1884-1915 / Florence Rutherford ; Seen but not heard: a sympathetic scrutiny of the Victorian philosophy of childrearing / Margareta Knauff ; Modern inconveniences: a scientific investigation of technological developments in the Emerson era / Lisa Speckhardt ; Musical heritage: an adept discussion of the musical repertoire of the Emerson family / Kristen Whitbread ; The best of wonder: an authoritative analysis of Victorian popular fiction / Barbara Michaels ; Pictorial essay: Victorian visions of ancient Egypt -- People, places & things: a handy reference to the journals. The people of the journals (& a few animals, too) ; Up & down the Nile (& other places, as well ; Words you may not find in Webster (foreign words & phrases) ; Introducing some ancient Egyptians (human & divine) ; Pictorial essay: Egypt & the Egyptians as the Emersons knew them ; Ancient Egyptian texts referred to in the journals ; The wit & wisdom of Amelia Peabody Emerson (& some others) ; Ancient Egypt 101: a quick refresher course / Betty Winkelman. Includes bibliographical references (p. 331). // A monumental volume of Egyptian culture, history, and arcania, to help readers immerse themselves in Amelia Peabody's world more completely than ever before. "Elizabeth Peters' mystery novels about Amelia Peabody Emerson often include allusions to the Sherlock Holmes stories....The book has a chapter on 'The Best of Wonder: An Authoritative Analysis of Victorian Popular Fiction' in which Barbara Michaels includes references to the Canon."

472. ———. Amelia Peabody's Egypt : a compendium. London: Constable, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., ports. ; 29 cm. Originally published : New York : William Morrow, 2003./ Includes bibliographical references. //

473. Pointer, Michael. "Review--'Sleuths, Sidekicks and Stooges' by Joseph Green and Jim Finch." The Ritual, no. 20 (1997): 62-63.

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474. Pollak, Michael. "Unraveling the Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes." The New York Times, December 2, 1999: G13.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "What would Sherlock have thought of the Internet? Its spreadsheets would have been invaluable time-savers (for correlating soil colors and granulations by London neighborhoods, for instance; or trouser threads by manufacturer and tailor). He would have found it quite useful as a library and a correspondence tool, if only for cataloging and exposing the mistakes of others. As a code-breaker, it would have been entirely unnecessary; his own intellect was enough. As biography, he would have declared it absolute rubbish. But that is only what Sherlock Holmes himself would have thought. For more than a century, Holmes devotees have been enthusiastically filling the gaps left by the incomplete journals of Dr. John H. Watson, Holmes's friend and chronicler, and they have lost no time putting their speculations online. Sherlockian trivia is legendary, and since 'obsessive' would be Holmes's middle name if he had one, there is no shortage of Web sites. One of the most comprehensive sites is at Yoxley Old Place..."

475. Pollock, Donald K. "Book Review--'The Worth of the Game, Being a Final Guide to the England of Sherlock Holmes' by David L. Hammer." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 74 (1994): 52.

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476. ———. "A Study in Villainy." The Musgrave Papers, no. 8 (1995): 29-35.

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477. Porter, Philip, and Catherine Cooke, eds. France in the Blood: A Practical Handbook of French Holmesian Culture with Some Observations. London: The Sherlock Holmes Society of London, 1993.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: Harry Dickson, Le Sherlock Americain / John Warwick Montgomery; Holmes Vinaire / John Warwick Montgomery //

478. Powell, Adam. "Where did Conan Doyle first meet Sherlock and Moriarty? Elementary school my dear Watson; Solved, mystery that baffled Holmes fans." Daily Mail (London), June 24, 2002: 31.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Their names are inseparably linked in literary history. Sherlock Holmes and Professor Moriarty - the world's greatest detective and the evil genius whose name has become a byword for a criminal mastermind. But until now the inspiration for Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's two greatest creations has remained a mystery. However a simple glance at the attendance register for Stonyhurst College in 1868 has revealed that the then plain Arthur Doyle spent three years at school with a Patrick Sherlock and two Moriarty brothers, John and Michael. The logic, as Holmes would say, is elementary...."

479. Powell, Virginia, and Brad Keefauver. A Sherlock Holmes gazetteer being an alphabetical compilation of the geographic references, both identifiable and disguised, found within the Canon. New York: Magico Magazine, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 157). Scuttlebutt Jun 2001. // "Her comprehensive list of place names, annotated from the Canon and often from the 11th edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, also includes identifications by previous scholars of many of the place names disguised by Dr. Watson."

480. Prepolec, Charles. "Letter to the Editor, ''Twas Moriarty's gremlins...'." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 1 (2003): 3.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

481. Przybilka, Thomas. "Book Review (A New Sherlock Holmes Publisher)." Shoso-In Bulletin 6, no. (1996): 152-155.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

482. ———. "Lexikon der Kriminalliterature (LKL) and Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 7, no. (1997): 58-60.

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483. Pugh, Brian W. "Letter to the Editor, 'That Hound'." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 4 (2003): 5.

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484. Pujol, Carlos. Holmes, Watson y compañía : (221B Baker Street), (V.I.T.R.I.O.L.). Barcelona: Paideia, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 31 cm. Short stories. Sheets and folded sheets laid loose in portfolio. //

485. Rabe, William T. "The Tru Historie of Mary Morstan's Companions." The Nezire Zanmai International 2, no. (1992): 6-8.

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486. Radford, John. The intelligence of Sherlock Holmes and other three-pipe problems: psychological studies of the Great Detective and his companion Dr. John H. Watson. London: Sigma Forlag A. S, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Scuttlebutt Nov 1999 // "...in which the author, a distinguished psychologist, charges through the Holmesian oeuvre asking intriguing questions."

487. Rahn, B. J. "Dorothy L. Sayers and Sherlock Holmes: The French Connection." The Musgrave Papers, no. 12 (1999): 51.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

488. Ramanan, Sundaram V. "Cardiovascular Disease in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Archives of Internal Medicine 161, no. 5 (2001): 701.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Focuses on the description of cardiovascular system disorders in the book 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,' by Arthur Conan Doyle. Aortic aneurysms; Advanced left ventricular failure; Cardiac neurosis; Neurocardiogenic syncope; Cardiac and respiratory effects of the poisonous coelenterate Cyanea capillata.

489. Randall, Warren. "'Contain Yourself, Mr. Holmes!': A Report on Who Drinks from What." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 53, no. 1 (2003): 33-37.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

490. Randall, Warren, Robert C. Burr, and Steven T. Doyle. "Letters To Baker Street." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 3 (1994): 190-191.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letters to the editor from Randall, Burr, and Doyle.

491. Rawlings, Ray. "Letter to the Editor, 'Andrew Bonar Law'." Canadian Holmes 18, no. 2 (1994): 33.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

492. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'Holmes in Song'." Canadian Holmes 26, no. 3 (2003): 4.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

493. ———. "Letter to the Editor, 'The Baskerville Fiasco'." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 2 (1993): 32-33.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

494. Raymond, Trevor S. "Introduction." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 3 (1994): 11.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Introduces three reviews from volumes of the Oxford Sherlock Holmes.

495. ———. "Letter to the Editor." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 74 (1994): 49.

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496. Redfearn, Auberon. "Canonical School Reports and Assorted Assessments." The Ritual, no. 22 (1998): 37-40.

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497. ———. "Canonical School Reports and Assorted Assessments, Part One." The Ritual, no. 21 (1998): 16-18.

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498. ———. "News of Your Friend or, Three Years of the Past: A Hiatus Diary (Part One)." The Musgrave Papers, no. 6 (1993): 48-52.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

499. ———. "News of Your Friend or, Three Years of the Past: A Hiatus Diary (Part Two)." The Musgrave Papers, no. 7 (1994): 37-42.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

500. ———. "A Strange Tangle Indeed: Further Original Insights into the Canon." The Musgrave Papers, no. 10 (1997): 124-127.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

501. ———. "Those Missing Links (which make up the whole of that remarkable chain)." The Musgrave Papers, no. 13 (2000): 114-118.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

502. Redmond, Christopher, ed. Canadian Holmes, the first twenty-five years: an anthology. Ashcroft, British Columbia: Calabash Press, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: The Red-Headed Conspiracy and the Universal Prejudice Against Nice Plain Folks / Marlene Aig; Holmes and the Hope of Newfoundland / Fred Aldrich; The Veiled Lodger: A Song Paraphrase / Jim Ballinger; The Elsinore Squires; or, A Study in Danish or, The Castle of Fear / Wendy Bamford; Excursion to Aldershot: Watson's Bootless Errand / E. J. Barnes; The Indian Elements in the Holmes Tales: Jewels and Tigers / Paul Beam; The Hysteria of Godfrey Emsworth / Thelma Beam; Death Be Not Proud: The Myth Behind Moriarty / Karen Campbell; The Adventure of the Reichenplaque / Patrick Campbell; Boxes Within Boxes / Patrick Campbell; The Gentle Art of Disguise / Desiree Campin; Good Old Watson: A Sherlockian Fixed Point / Bob Coghill; Holmes's Missing Years: Science Fiction in Reverse / Montague Cohen; 'The One Fixed Point in a Changing Age': Faith, Disillusion, and Certitude in the World of Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle / Don Richard Cox; La Belle Dame Sans Merci / Michael Doyle; Sherlock Holmes as a Conjurer / Doug Elliott; There's Dogs / Doug Elliott; Thus, Month After Month His Papers Accumulated / Victoria Gill; I Could Concoct a Better Plot and More / L. B. Greenwood; A Psychological Study of Mr. Sherlock Holmes in the Year 1891 / David L. Hammer; Almost a Zen Master: Reading the Canon as Moral Education / James L. Heap; Doyle and Burns / Cameron Hollyer; How Many Wives Did Watson Wed? A Study in Computation / Cameron Hollyer; Quintessential Quadrangle / Bruce Holmes; Wisteria Lodge: Curiouser and Curiouser / Stephen Kahnert; Six of the Finest Pearls I Had Ever Seen / Katherine Karlson; The Strange Truth About Mary Watson / Joel Lima; Literary Detective Work: Colours in the Hound / Wendy Machen; Dr. Watson Takes a Chair...and Another...and Another / Don MacLachlan; Sherlock Holmes as a Figure of Romance / Jay Macpherson; Evolution of a Repast / McCausland, Dayna Nuhn; What's So Great About Irene Adler and What's She Got That I Haven't Got? / Dayna Nuhn McCausland; Human Documents : A Magazine Tangle / Janice McNabb // "Trevor Raymond recalls in his afterword that the first constitution of the Bootmakers of Toronto stated that 'The purpose of this Society shall be to keep Sherlock Holmes alive and well in Canada, and to assist police in locating missing boots and other footwear,' and the Bootmakers have done that (well, part of that) splendidly in the journal Canadian Holmes, as this anthology demonstrates."

503. ———. "Footnotes for Bootmakers or Annotations on the New Annotated: a review of The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 2 (2005): 46-51.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

504. ———. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 1, no. 7 (1998): 30.

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505. ———. Quotations from Baker Street : a selection of memorable, striking, familiar, historic, and funny sentences from the literature and folklore of Sherlock Holmes. 2nd ed. Waterloo: Chris Redmond, 2009.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 23 cm. //

506. Redmond, Christopher, and George A. Vanderburgh. Quotations from Baker Street a selection of memorable, striking, familier and historic sentences from the literature and folklore of Sherlock Holmes. Toronto: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Availability: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, P.O. Box 204, 420 Owen Sound St., Shelburne, Ont. L0N 1S0 //

507. Redmond, Christopher, and Jon V. Wilmunen. The tin dispatch-box: a compendium of the unpublished cases of Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Facsimile ed. Waterloo, Ont: Privately published, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-25) //

508. Redmond, Donald A. "From Mapleton to Capleton with Silver Blaze." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 51, no. 4 (2001): 35-38.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

509. ———. "Index to Volume 44 (New Series), 1994." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 44, no. 4 (1994): 251-255.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // An index to this volume of the BSJ.

510. ———. "Sherlockian Plotnotes XII: The Circular Reds, XIII: Of Precipices and Survivability." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 70 (1992): 28-31.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

511. ———. "Sherlockian Plotnotes XIV: The Body on the Lines, XV: The Amateur Mendicant." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 72 (1992): 24-32.

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512. ———. "Sherlockian Plotnotes XVI: Lepers in London and South Africa, XVII: The Hound and the Hounded." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 73 (1993): 39.

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513. Reed, James. "A medical perspective on the adventures of Sherlock Holmes." Journal of Medical Ethics. Print; 27, no. 2 (2001): 76-81.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The adventures of Sherlock Holmes, although primarily famous as stories of detection of crime, offer a considerable amount to interest the medical reader. There are many medical references in the stories, and the influence of Conan Doyle's medical background is clearly seen in the main characters. Aspects of the stories also reflect Conan Doyle's medical career, and also something of his attitude towards the profession. From Holmes's sayings and accounts of his methods, parallels can be drawn between Holmesian deduction and the diagnostic process. It is concluded, however, that deduction cannot be used as a direct paradigm since medical problems are rarely soluble through a process of logic alone."

514. Regan, Jim. "On the trail of the world's greatest consulting detective." Christian Science Monitor, December 28, 2005: 25.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Stanford University has a New Year's gift for you - and not just some virtual keepsake that disappears as soon as you move on to the next website, but a real, physical collection that can, if you so desire, be delivered to your mailbox and enjoyed in the relaxed solitude of your offline time. The Discovering Sherlock Holmes project wants to acquaint (or reacquaint) you with the life and times of world's greatest consulting detective, and it's making that introduction with the help of a few century-old stories - online and on paper...."

515. Reiter, Paula J. "Doctors, Detectives, and the Professional Ideal: The Trial of Thomas Neill Cream and the Mastery of Sherlock Holmes." College Literature 35, no. 3 (2008): 57-95.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "The 1892 trial of serial killer Dr. Thomas Neill Cream put both Cream and the professionals involved in the case on trial. The judge simultaneously presided over Cream's conviction and the exoneration of the professionals. Controlling the terms of professionalism and repairing the damage to the professional image that this scandalous case caused became a critical subtext to the trial. The Cream murder trial and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes both grapple with questions of professional conduct, status, and worth becoming influential (if unrecognized) voices in the ongoing discourse surrounding Victorian male professionalism. The remarkable popularity of the Sherlock Holmes series is closely tied to the Holmesian performance of a professional ideal. Each tale encapsulates both a model of expertise and an implicit critique of men not fulfilling this model, thus contributing to the growing cultural power of the nineteenth-century professional male." [Abstract from author]

516. Reitz, Caroline. "Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science (review)." Victorian Studies 45, no. 1 (2003): 192-194.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science, by Ronald R. Thomas; pp. xvii + 341. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000, GBP40.00, $60.00. Includes multiple references to Doyle.

517. Rhea, Tina. "Letter to the Editor." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 70 (1992): 34.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

518. Rhode, Franklin W., Robert W. Hahn, and Henry Lauritzen. Pike's peeks at the world of Sherlock Holmes. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

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519. Richards, Jeffrey. Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle, and the British Empire. Bingley, West Yorkshire: The Northern Musgraves, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 1997 // "The Northern Musgraves continue to offer excellent Sherlockian and Doylean scholarship in their annual Musgrave Monographs, and the most recent is Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle, and the British Empire, a 40-page pamphlet by Jeffrey Richards in which he examines the Empire of a hundred years ago, when it was celebrating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee."

520. Riley, Dick, and Pam McAllister. The Bedside Companion to Sherlock Holmes. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

521. ———. The bedside, bathtub & armchair companion to Sherlock Holmes. New York: Continuum, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 98023376 // With nearly 200 illustrations, this Companion will let you in on the world of Holmes and the loyal, ever-dignified, Dr. Watson; the London of their day; the great players who have made the part of Sherlock Holmes the role (for better or worse) of a lifetime; and much more. For the more serious reader, this volume is a new verse of an old and cherished love song. It offers a postmodern analysis of Watson's complex relationship with the great detective and contends that Holmes, typically perceived as a humorless, self-denying ascetic, is actually quite the bon vivant. With many lesser-known facts, unexpected insights, and fresh observations. The Bedside, Bathtub & Armchair Companion to Sherlock Holmes is perfect for reading or browsing, the book for all visitors to 221B Baker Street

522. ———. The bedside, bathtub & armchair companion to Sherlock Holmes. New York: Continuum, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 24 cm. //

523. Ripley, Mike. "Books: the Return of the Hound; One of English Fiction's most Celebrated Books Celebrates its Centenary this Month. Post Crime Book Mike Ripley Looks at the Publications Surrounding the Event." Birmingham Post, August 4, 2001: 53.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "...To celebrate the centenary of The Hound of the Baskervilles, Penguin books have produced attractive (and reasonably priced) re- issues of the entire Holmes canon and in addition, Doyle's science fiction adventure The Lost World, to which homage is paid in the continuing Jurassic Park saga. There is also a new biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: Teller of Tales by Daniel Stashower (Penguin, pounds 8.99). But for the real Holmes fan - and there are dedicated 'Holmesians' in virtually every country on earth - the truly unmissable commemorative volume must be Starring Sherlock Holmes by David Stuart Davies (Titan Books, pounds 29.99), a leading authority on all things Sherlockian and the editor of the Sherlock Holmes Detective Magazine...."

524. Robb, Graham. Strangers : homosexual love in the nineteenth century. 1st American ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. 1. Prejudice -- Part one -- 2. In the shadows -- 3. Country of the blind -- 4. Outings -- Part two -- 5. Miraculous love -- 6. Society of strangers -- 7. A sex of one's own -- Part three -- 8. Fairy tales -- 9. Gentle Jesus -- 10. Heroes of modern life. Includes bibliographical references (p. 307-331) and index. //

525. ———. Strangers : homosexual love in the nineteenth century. London: Picador, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "According to Marcel Berlins (in The Times on Dec. 6), Graham Robb 'ponders a romantic edge to Sherlock Holmes' feelings for Dr. Watson'."

526. Roberts, S. C. Holmes & Watson: a miscellany. New York: O. Penzler, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94008931 //

527. Roden, Barbara. 'I am inclined to think...' musings on Sherlock Holmes and Arthur Conan Doyle. Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 59). Scuttlebutt Feb 2004. // "A collection of essays published from 1988 to 2001 in Sherlockian and Doylean periodicals, on topics that range from Saucy Jack to Oliver Onions to 'The Captain of the Pole-Star'."

528. Roden, Christopher. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 3, no. 3 (1999): 29.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

529. ———. "On the Shoulders of Giants: Jack Tracy and The Encyclopaedia Sherlockiana." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana, no. (2001): 3-63.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

530. Roden, Christopher, and Barbara Roden, eds. The Blue Carbuncle, (The Case Files of Sherlock Holmes). Ashcroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Source for the Goose...Sauce for the Gander: Christmas Riddles in 'The Blue Carbuncle' / Diana Barsham; A Case of Bluemail / Stephen Clarkson; Goodwill to all Men / Catherine Cooke; Blue Notes / Susan E. Dahlinger; Alpha Plus / Bernard Davies; A Set of Seasonal Tragedies / David Stuart Davies; The Compliments of the Season / Owen Dudley Edwards; The Card Upon the Bird's Leg / Sonia Fetherston; The Source for the Goose, or the Conundrums of 'The Blue Carbuncle' / Richard Lancelyn Green; The Goose-Club at the Alpha / John Hall; Rarer Than the Blue Carbuncle: A Canonical Family Christmas / Brad Keefauver; Out of the Blue / Rosemary Michaud //

531. ———, eds. The Dying Detective, (The case Files of Sherlock Holmes). Ashroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Of Oysters and Ex-Clamation: The Case for Concealment in 'The Dying Detective' / Diana Barsham; Of Mites and Men / Susan E. Dahlinger; Why Did He Use Watson? / David Stuart Davies; Rendezvous With Dying / Owen Dudley Edwards; The Illuminated Man: Reflections on the Butler Staples / Sonia Fetherston; 'Do You Remember a Box' / Richard Lancelyn Green; His Payments Were Princely / John Hall; The Saddest Story of Mrs. Hudson / Brad Keefauver //

532. ———, eds. The Musgrave Ritual, (The Case Files of Sherlock Holmes). Penyffordd, Chester: Calabash Press, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. 'Whose Was It?' - Well, James V of Scotland's Probably / Catherine Cooke; Alas, Poor Brunton! / Frank Darlington; The Odd Couple: Some Observations on 'The Musgrave Ritual' / David Stuart Davies; Rituals and Musgraves / Owen Dudley Edwards; Whence Came It? The Sources of The Musgrave Ritual / Richard Lancelyn Green; What Was the Month? The chronology of 'The Musgrave Ritual' / John Hall; It Is Rather an Absurb Business / John Hall; The Musgrave Mysteries / Roger Matthews //

533. ———, eds. The Speckled Band, (The Case Files of Sherlock Holmes). Ashroft, B.C: Calabash Press, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references. Contents: Cleaning the Serpent's Tooth: Metaphor and Communication in 'The Speckled Band' / Diana Barsham; 'A Very Old Mansion' / Catherine Cooke; The First Real Victorian Villain of the Canon / David Stuart Davies; Sapengro; or, The Romany Rylott / Owen Dudley Edwards; Boas, Belmont and Bierce: The Sources of The Speckled Band / Richard Lancelyn Green; I Blinked Up At Him in Some Surprise... / John Hall; The Chthonic Serpent / Kelvin I. Jones; Boys Will Be Boys / Brad Keefauver //

534. Rogers, Michael. "Book reviews: Classic returns." Library Journal 118, no. 21 (1993): 181.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the novels 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,' 'The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes,' 'His Last Bow,' 'The Hound of the Baskervilles,' 'The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes,' 'The Return of Sherlock Holmes,' 'The Sign of Four,' 'A Study in Scarlet' and 'The Valley of Fear,' all by Arthur Conan Doyle. Oxford University Press, 1993.

535. ———. "Classic Returns." Library Journal 131, no. 12 (2006): 122-122.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // This article presents reviews of suggested fiction and nonfiction books including "Sherlock Holmes: The Man and His World," by H. R. F. Keating. Castle. 2006. 160p. illus. index. ISBN 0-7858-2112-0 [ISBN 978-0-7858-2112-0]. $9.99. "Keating's 1979 study of Holmes, the so-called man who never lived and who will never die, traces the times in which the world's first consulting detective and his trusty Boswell lived. Buttressed with 136 photos and drawings, including many of Sidney Paget's original illustrations from the serialized Conan Doyle stories, the text illuminates all references to places and things within London and the English countryside as well as foreign locales the author made throughout the short stories and novels and how they fit into the Holmes/Watson canon as well as in Victorian times. Great fun for fans and equally good term paper fodder."

536. ———. "The Complete Sherlock Holmes (Book)." Library Journal 128, no. 19 (2003): 103-103.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book "The Complete Sherlock Holmes," by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

537. ———. "The Complete Sherlock Holmes (Book)." Library Journal 128, no. 16 (2003): 123-123.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book "The Complete Sherlock Holmes" Vol.1, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

538. Ross, Michael, Peter E. Blau, and Von Herder Airguns Ltd, eds. Sherlockiana, 1894-1994 eine Bibliographie deutschsprachiger Sherlock-Holmes-Veröffentlichungen. Zweite, bearb. u. erw. Aufl ed, (Baskerville Bücher). Kempen: M. Ross, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 95109967 //

539. Ross, Michael, Von Herder Airguns Ltd, Oliver Bruhns, and Peter Neugebauer, eds. Jubiläumsbibliographie deutscher Sherlockiana = a centenary bibliography of German Sherlockiana : 1894-1994. Germany: Von Herder Airguns, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

540. Rothman, Steve, and Nicholas Utechin. To keep the memory green: reflections on the life of Richard Lancelyn Green, 1953-2004. 1st ed. London, New York: Quartering Press, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

541. Rothstein, Edward. "Shelf Life; A Case for Sherlock: The Double Helix of Crime Fiction and Science." The New York Times, March 4, 2000: B11.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Detective Fiction and the Rise of Forensic Science by Ronald R. Thomas. Illustrated. 341 pages. Cambridge University Press. $59.95. "...The detective story really is partly a tale about race and nationality, imperialism and bourgeois life: Sherlock Holmes's villains are from the far corners of the British Empire (including the barely civilized United States); Poe's villain in 'Rue Morgue' is not even human. So preoccupations with these political themes also run through this dense, smart book as well. But Ronald R. Thomas, professor of English at Trinity College in Hartford, also steps back from the crime scene, following tracks left by Poe and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Dashiell Hammett and Raymond Chandler, Joseph Conrad and Mark Twain, scrutinizing how the development of forensic science was intertwined with the evolution of the detective story...."

542. Rouby, Jason. "On the Identification of Person by the Comparison of Their Ears." Shoso-In Bulletin 7, no. (1997): 107-108.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

543. Ruaud, André-François, and Xavier Mauméjean. Les nombreuses vies de Sherlock Holmes, (La bibliothèque rouge). Lyon: Moutons électriques, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- André-François Ruaud & Xavier Mauméjean ; avec la collaboration de Michael Moorcock, Béatrice Nicodème, Michel Pagel... [et al.]. //

544. Rzepka, Charles J. Detective fiction, (Cultural history of literature). Cambridge: Polity, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. // See the author's "Casebook" essay on Sherlock Holmes, pp. 114-151. Entitled "The Scientific Detective's Bohemian Soul," the essay is supplemented by material on "A Scandal in Bohemia" appearing on pages 144-151, subtitled "Bohemian Souls of Steel."

545. Rzepka, Charles J., and Lee Horsley. A Companion to Crime Fiction, (Blackwell companions to literature and culture). Chichester, U.K.; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 26 cm. From The Newgate calendar to Sherlock Holmes / Heather Worthington -- From Sherlock Holmes to the present / Lee Horsley -- Criticism and theory / Heta Pyrhonen -- Crime and the mass media / Alain Silver, James Ursini -- Crime fiction and the literary canon / Joel Black -- The Newgate novel and the police casebook / Lauren Gillingham -- From sensation to the Strand / Christopher Pittard -- The "classical" model of the golden age / Susan Rowland -- Early American crime fiction : origins to urban gothic / Alexander Moudrov -- The "hard-boiled" genre / Andrew Pepper -- The pursuit of crime : characters in crime fiction / Carl Malmgren -- Crime, forensics, and modern science / Sarah Dauncey -- The police novel / Peter Messent -- Noir and the psycho-thriller / Philip Simpson -- True crime / David Schmid -- Gangs and mobs / Jonathan Munby -- Historical crime and detection / Ray B. Browne -- Crime and the spy genre / David Seed -- Crime and the gothic / Catherine Spooner -- Feminist crime fiction and female sleuths / Adrienne Gavin -- African-American detection and crime fiction / Frankie Bailey -- Ethnic postcolonial crime and detection (Anglophone) / Ed Christian -- Crime writing in other languages / Sue Neale -- Postmodern and metaphysical detection / Patricia Merivale -- Crime and detective literature for young readers / Christopher Routledge -- Crime in comics and the graphic novel / Arthur Fried -- Criminal investigation on film / Philippa Gates -- William Godwin (1756-1836) / Philip Shaw -- Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) / Maurice Lee -- Wilkie Collins (1824-1889) / Andrew Mangham -- Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) / John Hodgson -- Raymond Chandler (1888-1959) / Leroy Panek -- Agatha Christie (1890-1976) / Merja Makinen -- James M. Cain (1892-1977) / William Marling -- Dorothy L. Sayers (1893-1957) / Esme Miskimmin -- Dashiell Hammett (1894-1961) / Jasmine Hall -- Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986) / Alicia Borinsky -- Chester Himes (1909-1984) / Stephen Soitos -- David Goodis (1917-1967) / David Schmid -- P.D. James (1920- ) / Louise Harrington -- Patricia Highsmith (1921-1995) / Bran Nicol -- Elmore Leonard (1925- ) / Charles J. Rzepka -- Sara Paretsky (1947- ) / Malcah Effron -- Walter Mosley (1952- ) / John Gruesser -- Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) / Nick Haeffner -- Martin Scorsese (1942- ) / Mark Desmond Nicholls -- John Woo (1946- ) / Karen Fang. Includes bibliographical references and index. edited by Charles J. Rzepka and Lee Horsley. //

546. Saint-Joanis, Thierry, Alexis Barquin, and Pierre Bannier. Sherlock Holmes, (Collection Héros, 6). Pézilla-la-Rivière: DLM, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. //

547. Samson, Antonio R. "Fence Sitter." BusinessWorld, August 29, 2000: 1.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Recently, I read again the adventures of Sherlock Holmes, famous detective resident of Baker Street and main character in one trail- blazing whodunit form. Arthur Conan Doyle's adventures have a comforting formula. A case is brought to Holmes - usually in the company of Watson, his doctor friend (Elementary, my dear Watson, which he never really says in any of the stories) and narrator of the series...."

548. Sarjeant, William A. S. "Criminous Clerihews." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 4 (1994): 15-22.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "A Master Bootmaker and a member of The Casebook of Saskaton here offers both Sherlockians and admirers of other famous sleuths a delightful collection [of clerihews]. Benét's Reader's Encyclopedia defines clerihew as 'a comic four-line verse made up of two couplets. . . .They are often satiric or ridiculous biographies of famous people, the lines being a succession of non sequiturs.' The first line is usually the name of the person on whom the following lines comment."

549. Sayers, Dorothy L., and Alzina Stone Dale. Sayers on Holmes: essays and fiction on Sherlock Holmes. Altadena, Calif: Mythopoeic Press, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references (p. 42-50) and index // "Dorothy L. Sayers was one of the earliest and best of the people who played the grand game of Sherlockian scholarship, and the booklet reprints all her essays on Sherlock Holmes and offers (for the first time in print) the script she wrote for Lord Peter Wimsey's comments during the centenary birthday tribute to Holmes broadcast by BBC radio on Jan. 8, 1954."

550. Schatell, Norman, David Galerstein, and Irving Kamil. The scion of Schatell art in the blood. New York: Magico Magazine, 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Jun 2001. // "Norman Schatell was a delightful artist whose Sherlockian work appeared in Sherlockian (and other) journals, and informally on the envelopes in which he enclosed his letters to his friends. [This work] offers a spiral-bound collection of Norman's work, assembled by Dave Galerstein and with an enthusiastic introduction by Irving Kamil, and it's a fine opportunity to see just how much artistic fun Norm (and his friends) had."

551. Schultz, Robert S. "Of Busts and Bullets (or at Least One of Each)." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 51, no. 2 (2001): 45-46.

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552. ———. "Upon the Dating of Blood Stains." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 52, no. 4 (2002): 34-40.

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553. Scullion, Hugh S. Sherlock Holmes Stories: politically correct? London: the author, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt July 1996 // "Examines the Canon for examples of language and attitudes and actions that would be considered incorrect or offensive by today's standards, and finds a lot of them, and he concludes that the author of the stories was a racist bigot."

554. Senter, R. Joel. "Letter to the Editor ('A Computer Analysis of the Canon and Martha')." Shoso-In Bulletin 4, no. (1994): 124-125.

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555. Seton, Tony. "The Return of Francois le Villard." Shoso-In Bulletin 6, no. (1996): 100-116.

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556. Shaw, John Bennett. "Letter to the Editor (Letter from 'JBS')." Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 146.

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557. Shaw, John Bennett, and Karen Murdock. "The First 'Shaw 100'." Canadian Holmes 29, no. 2 (2005): 18-37.

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558. Shaw, Murray. Following the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes. s.l.: s.n., 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references; typescript //

559. Sherwood, John C., and Mystery Visits (firm). The pocket Sherlock a portable guide to the Canon. West Grove, PA: Mystery Visits, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references and index // Synopses of the 60 commonly accepted chronicles, with primary plots and participants...plus case numbers and order, crimes both actual and suspected, publication dates and order, first anthology reference, popular chronology and notation systems, some unrecorded cases and bibliogrpahic materials. With personal data for Sherlock Holmes and John H. Watson.--T.p

560. Shiffman, Stu. "On the Coptic Patriarchs." Shoso-In Bulletin 13, no. (2003): 82-83.

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561. ———. "Sound of the Baskervilles White Paper Number 1: The Battle of Maiwand." Shoso-In Bulletin 7, no. (1997): 32-37.

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562. ———. "Sound of the Baskervilles White Paper Number 2: Contents of an Ancient British Burrow." Shoso-In Bulletin 7, no. (1997): 112-117.

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563. ———. "Were Holmes and Watson at the 1909 Seattle 'Alaska-Yukon-Pacific' Exposition?" Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 106-107.

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564. Showler, Karl. The practical handbook of bee culture with some observations upon the segregation of the queen. 2nd rev. ed, (Methuen's monographs on biological subjects). Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Includes bibliographical references and index //

565. Silverman, Kenneth. "The Handcuff King." The New York Times, October 30, 1994: A55.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Letter to the Editor: "Tom De Haven, who reviewed William Hjortsberg's novel 'Nevermore' (Oct. 2), remarked that the author's heroes, Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, represent 'a most unlikely pair of chums-turned-crimebusters.' Actually, from the time of Houdini's first fame, around 1900, his astounding feats made him seem almost a fictional character, and he was routinely compared to the almost-real Sherlock Holmes...."

566. Silverstein, Albert. "The Search for Forbidden Knowledge: Holmes, Moriarty,and the Faust Legend." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 56, no. 1 (2006): 29-40.

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567. Simmons, Diane. "The curse of empire: Grandiosity and guilt in the stories of Arthur Conan Doyle." Psychoanalytic Review. Electronic; 89, no. 4 (2002): 533-556.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Argues that during the later years of empire, English popular literature took on the task of managing a repressed but corrosive guilt over imperial "loot," a constant battle against a feared "curse" of empire. One of the writers to step up to that challenge was Arthur Conan Doyle, whose phenomenally popular detective, Sherlock Holmes, not only provides near magical solutions to problems besetting the English, but also explains guilt in terms of foreign contamination. The author explores the view of the imperial relationship as a narcissistic one in which it is the dual sense of self--the alternation between grandiosity on one hand, and a terrified sense of guilt, loss, and vulnerability to destruction on the other--that is the hallmark of narcissistic disturbance. A further understanding of this disturbance may provide a tool with which to probe the psychology of the British imperial public and finally the role of Sherlock Holmes in managing imperial duality. If the dangers in the Sherlock Holmes stories described by the author reveal a narcissistic vulnerability, then this vulnerability is balanced by a study in grandiosity, the omniscient and omnipotent detective Sherlock Holmes.

568. Singh, Simon. The code book : the evolution of secrecy from Mary, Queen of Scots, to quantum cryptography. 1st Anchor Books ed. New York: Anchor Books, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., map ; 20 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 397-402) and index. Scuttlebutt Sep 2000. // Discussion of "The Dancing Men"

569. ———. "The code book : the evolution of secrecy from Mary, Queen of Scots, to quantum cryptography." New York: Doubleday, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 1st ed. ill., map ; 25 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p. 388-393) and index. Scuttlebutt Sep 2000. // Discussion of "The Dancing Men"

570. ———. The code book : the science of secrecy from ancient Egypt to quantum cryptography. London: Fourth Estate, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., map, ports. ; 25 cm. Includes index. Scuttlebutt Sep 2000 // Discussion of "The Dancing Men"

571. ———. The code book : the science of secrecy from ancient Egypt to quantum cryptography. New York: Anchor Books, 2000.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., map, ports. ; 25 cm. Cipher of Mary Queen of Scots -- Le Chiffre indechiffrable -- Mechanization of secrecy -- Cracking the enigma -- Language barrier -- Alice and Bob go public -- Pretty good privacy -- Quantum leap into the future. Includes index. Scuttlebutt Sep 2000. // Discussion of "The Dancing Men"

572. Skene-Melvin, David et al. "Bookshelf." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 2 (2003): 33-41.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews of The Oriental Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, The Adventure of Samuel Blackthorne, Starring Sherlock Holmes, Lend Me Our Ears, and Shakespearean and Other Literary Investigations with the Master Sleuth (and Conan Doyle)

573. Smajic, Srdjan. Ghost-seers, Detectives, and Spiritualists : theories of vision in Victorian literature and science, (Cambridge studies in nineteenth-century literature and culture). New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 24 cm. Contextualizing the ghost story -- The rise of optical apparitions -- Inner vision and spiritual optics -- 'Betwixt ancient faith and modern incredulity' -- Visual learning : sight and Victorian epistemology -- Scopophilia and scopophobia : Poe's readerly flâneur --Stains, smears, and visual language in The moonstone -- Semiotics vs. encyclopedism : the case of Sherlock Holmes -- Detective fiction's uncanny -- Light, ether, and the invisible world -- Inner vision and occult detection : Le Fanu's Martin Hesselius -- Other dimensions, other worlds -- Psychic sleuths and soul doctors. Includes bibliographical references (p. 238-255). // "This is an original study of the narrative techniques that developed for two very popular forms of fiction in the nineteenth century - ghost stories and detective stories - and the surprising similarities between them in the context of contemporary theories of vision and sight. Srdjan Smajic argues that to understand how writers represented ghost-seers and detectives, the views of contemporary scientists, philosophers, and spiritualists with which these writers engage have to be taken into account: these views raise questions such as whether seeing really is believing, how much of what we 'see' is actually only inferred, and whether there may be other (intuitive or spiritual) ways of seeing that enable us to perceive objects and beings inaccessible to the bodily senses. This book will make a real contribution to the understanding of Victorian science in culture, and of the ways in which literature draws on all kinds of knowledge"--Provided by publisher.

574. Smedgaard, Paul B. "The Goose as a Comparative Measure of Economic Value." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 54, no. 4 (2004): 22-23.

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575. Smith, Alexander McCall. "Implausible, inconsistent, unforgettable." The Times (London), December 23, 2006: 6.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "By the normal rules of detective fiction, Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories should have been an abject failure. Everything about their creation was wrong. The author's heart was never in the enterprise--he disliked his principal character and very pointedly disposed of him. The resulting disappointment among Holmes's fans left Conan Doyle unmoved, even if he eventually relented; as far as he was concerned, getting Holmes out of the way would enable him to continue with what he really wanted to do--to write historical novels...."

576. Smith, Edward S., Jr. The Floor Plans of Baker Street. Williston Park, NY: the author, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Nov 1996 // "Offers a survey of what was where at 221 Baker Street, on all of the floors, with plans and citations."

577. ———. "A Toast to the Worst Real Estate in the Canon." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 3 (1998): 35-36.

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578. Smith, Godfrey. "Godfrey Smith column." The Sunday Times (London), April 10, 1994: no page citation.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "In all the welter of anniversaries we're passing through, one notable in our annals has been overlooked. Exactly 100 years ago last Tuesday, Sherlock Holmes came back from the dead. It's hard now to realise quite how traumatic his demise after an epic struggle with Moriarty, the Napoleon of crime, at the Reichenbach Falls had been. Men were seen going about London with black mourning bands...."

579. Smith, Jonathan. Fact and feeling Baconian science and the nineteenth-Century literary imagination, (Science and literature). Madison, Wis: University of Wisconsin Press, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 94014014. Includes bibliographical references and index // "A scholarly discussion of the perceived (misperceived, in Smith's opinion) conflict between the scientific method and the arts. He finds interesting parallels (between Hutton's geological uniformitarianism and Eliot's The Mill on the Floss, for example), and the book ends with a chapter on Sherlock Holmes as a scientific detective. Smith explores the influence of Huxley, Tyndall, and Darwin on Conan Doyle and Holmes, and notes Albert Einstein's tribute to 'the admirable stories of Conan Doyle.'"

580. Société Sherlock Holmes de France. French Holmesian studies. Paris: Les Quincailliers de la Franco-Midland, Société Sherlock Holmes de France, 2000.

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581. ———. Sherlock Holmes et la France : une étude en bleu, blanc, rouge. [Paris]: Mairie de Paris, Bibliothèque des littératures policières : Agence culturelle de Paris, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Bibliothèque des littératures policières (Paris, France) Conf Author(s): Exposition "Sherlock Holmes et la France" ; (1996 :; Paris, France). ill. ; 24 cm. "Réalisé à l'occasion de l'exposition 'Sherlock Holmes et la France' qui s'est tenue du 15 mai au 31 août 1996 à la BILIPO"--Colophon. Includes bibliographical references. //

582. Solito, Enrico. Uno studio in Holmes inediti eccellenti, (Vascelli: Serie grigia mistero e avventura). Roma: Biblioteca del vascello, 1995.

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583. Somers, F. A. X. "Sherlock Holmes in 'Northstar'." Shoso-In Bulletin 5, no. (1995): 113-143.

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584. Sonnenschmidt, Frederic H. Tastes and tales of a chef : stories and recipes. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2004.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 24 cm. One roast beef...how Sherlock Holmes and a roast beef sandwich were responsible for me becoming an American -- Sherlock Holmes, Mrs. Hudson, and the Hudson Valley. Includes index. Scuttlebutt Oct 2003. // "Fritz presided over all of the delightful Sherlockian dinners at the Culinary Institute of America, and is shown on the cover as a Sherlockian chef, and does not neglect Sherlock Holmes in his stories."

585. Soupcoff, Marni. "Friday Zeitgeist." National Post (Canada), July 18, 2008: A12.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "I know the deerstalker is a hunting hat with earflaps, and I know it's primarily associated with fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, but I'm not sure why people have been Googling it so much lately. The best guess I can offer is that the hat owes its renewed prominence to the limited imaginations of reporters sharing the news that Robert Downey Jr. will play the role of Sherlock Holmes in a future movie...."

586. Southworth, Bruce E. "Book Review--'The Pictorial History of Sherlock Holmes' by Michael Pointer." Baker Street Miscellanea, no. 70 (1992): 37-38.

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587. Spivak, Peter. "Letter to the Editor." Varieties of Ash 2, no. 1 (1994): 19-20.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

588. Sprague, Bill. "Sherlock Holmes : Deducing a Character." The New York Times, February 1, 2009: 4.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "To the Editor: Re "Is That You, Sherlock?" by Sarah Lyall [Jan. 25]: I would have thought it impossible to write an extensive piece about a dramatization of Sherlock Holmes without mentioning Jeremy Brett. He appeared on the television series, but he certainly set the standard by which the portrayal of the character must be judged. The notion of Holmes as a 19th-century James Bond is disconcerting....Holmes is a respectable Victorian with values appropriate to his situation. He is certainly a respecter of British institutions but hardly a stodgy person; in fact he's rather eccentric, as Watson's accounts make clear. He appreciates classical music and is a good violinist. He's also skilled in the arts of self-defense and is proficient with firearms. If Sherlock Holmes morphs into Jack Bauer, we Baker Street Irregulars camp followers will be disappointed."

589. Stampe, Mia. "The Universal Holmes 'I hear of Sherlock everywhere' even in space." Shoso-In Bulletin 11, no. (2001): 76-85.

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590. Starrett, Vincent, and George A. Vanderburgh. The literary classics number 2. Hypertext ed, (Vincent Starrett's electronic library). Shelburne, Ontario, Canada: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1996.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Contents: The private life of Sherlock Holmes -- Books alive -- Bookman's holiday // This disk contains read-only text files of stories, commentary, criticism and interpretation written by Vincent Starrett about Sherlock Holmes, detective fiction and literature in general and book collecting

591. Stashower, Daniel. The beautiful cigar girl: Edgar Allan Poe, Mary Rogers, and the invention of murder. New York: Dutton, 2006.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2006019335 //

592. Steinmann, Sylvie, and Arthur Conan Doyle. Fonds Arthur Conan Doyle : base de données images pour la partie iconographie du fonds. [Geneva?]: [School of Information Science?], 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 30 cm. + 1 CD-ROM. CD-ROM: Arthur Conan Doyle [Média électronique] : base de données images. - 1 disque optique électronique (CD-ROM) ; 12 cm. Travail de diplôme Ecole d'information documentaire Genève./ Titre de la cassette du CD-ROM: Base de données images pour la partie iconographie du fonds Arthur Conan Doyle. //

593. Stinson, Regina. "A Canonical Number Conondrum." The Holmes & Watson Report 7, no. 6 (2004): 29-32.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

594. Stock, Randall. "Perfect Reproductions: Some Notes on Canonical Manuscripts." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 53, no. 2 (2003): 46-48.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- //

595. ———. "Rating the Canon." Baker Street Journal: An Irregular Quarterly of Sherlockiana 49, no. 4 (1999): 5-35.

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596. Sullivan, Greg. "Letter to the editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 4 (1998): 29-32.

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597. ———. "Letters to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 4, no. 5 (2000): 25-28.

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598. Surridge, Lisa A. Bleak houses: marital violence in Victorian fiction. Athens: Ohio University Press, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2005010296. Includes bibliographical references (p. 255-262) and index. Contents: Private violence in the public eye: the early writings of Charles Dickens -- Domestic violence and middle-class manliness: Dombey and Son -- From regency violence to Victorian feminism: the tenant of Wildfell Hall -- The abused woman and the community: "Janet's Repentance" -- Strange revelations: the divorce court, the newspaper, and the woman in white -- The private eye and the public gaze: he knew he was right -- Marital violence and the new woman: the wing of Azrael -- Are women protected? Sherlock Holmes and the violent home //

599. Sussex, Lucy. Women Writers and Detectives in Nineteenth-century Crime Fiction : the mothers of the mystery genre, (Crime files). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. // "This book is a study of the "mothers" of the mystery genre. Traditionally the invention of crime writing has been ascribed to Poe, Wilkie Collins and Conan Doyle, but they had formidable women rivals, whose work has been until recently largely forgotten. The purpose of this book is to "cherchez les femmes," in a project of rediscovery"--

600. Sussman, Herbert L. "Arthur Conan Doyle and the Meaning of Masculinity, and: Conrad and Masculinity (review)." Victorian Studies 44, no. 3 (2002): 536-539.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Arthur Conan Doyle and the Meaning of Masculinity, by Diana Barsham; pp. viii + 312. Aldershot and Brookfield, VT: Ashgate, 2000, GBP49.50, $69.95; and Conrad and Masculinity, by Andrew Michael Roberts; pp. xi + 250. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave, 2001, GBP45.00, $55.00. Multiple references to Doyle and Holmes.

601. Sveum, Richard J. "100 Years Ago." Friends of the Sherlock Holmes Collections Newsletter 3, no. 3 (1999): 2.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Focuses on John Kendrick Bangs, his connections with Doyle, and some of his writings from 1899. These include The Dreamers, A Club and "Sherlock Holmes Again" in Harpers Weekly.

602. Symons, Julian. Criminal practices: Symons on crime writing 60s to 90s. London: Macmillan London, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 95180158; Scuttlebutt June 1995 // "A collection of some of the best of his critical essays and articles about crime writing. 'The fact is that ninety per cent of crime stories, mystery stories, thrillers, are written by people with no feeling for language, place or character,' he suggests in his Introduction, but he also finds much to praise, including the Sherlock Holmes stories..."

603. Taube, Michael. "CSI: Sherlock Holmes?" Christian Science Monitor, Apr 11, 2006: 14.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of The Science of Sherlock Holmes by E.J. Wagner. John Wiley & Sons, 244 pp., $24.95.

604. Tayler, Christopher. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Christopher Tayler detects plot holes, red herrings and thin jokes." The Sunday Telegraph (London), January 1, 2006: 38.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of Les Klinger's New Annotated Sherlock Holmes and Nick Rennison's biography of Holmes. "...But unless you're a fully paid-up member of the Baker Street Irregulars, both of these books reveal more about the spending power of the subculture they're aimed at than they do about Watson, Holmes and their creator. Klinger's high-end three-volume edition will set you back at least 70 quid, which, judiciously spent, could pay for the authoritative, non-Sherlockian Oxford paperbacks as well as a second-hand copy of Stevenson's The Suicide Club - which has an even better Mormon interlude than A Study in Scarlet - and maybe a copy of Raffles, The Amateur Cracksman."

605. Taylor, Troy, ed. Whitechapel Gazette. Decatur, IL, 1994.

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606. Temple, John. "Deadhouse : life in a coroner's office." Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. Tracy's first night -- Autopsy -- The crying room -- Next of kin -- The courtroom -- Death, be not proud -- The TV team -- The floater -- Pickles in court -- Ed's last night. Includes bibliographical references. Scuttlebutt Jun 2005. // "Offers an interesting look at forensic pathology in Pittsburgh's Allegheny County Coroner's Office in the summer of 2000, and at the pathologists and interns who worked there, and he does not neglect Sherlock Holmes' contributions to the science; the book is not for the squeamish, but it's an excellent account of the real science on which the 'CSI' television shows are based."

607. ———. Deadhouse : life in a coroner's office. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2007.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. Tracy's first night -- Autopsy -- The crying room -- Next of kin -- The courtroom -- Death, be not proud -- The TV team -- The floater -- Pickles in court -- Ed's last night. Includes bibliographical references. //

608. Terras, Donald J., and C. Frederick Kittle. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Sherlock Holmes : Essays and Art on the Doctor and the Detective. [Chicago]: Northeastern Illinois University Press, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- C. Frederick Kittle Collection of Doyleana (Newberry Library) ; ill., ports. ; 26 cm. Dr. Kittle and Dr. Doyle : kinsmen through medicine and belle letters / by Robert Cotner -- Have you a 'reminiscences' in your attic / by Raymond L. Betzner -- A doctor's unjaundiced look at the Victorian medical scene (or, Eschewing the syringe for the pen) / by Ely M. Liebow -- Down the slopes with Conan Doyle at Davos (the birth of skiing) / by C. Frederick Kittle -- The magic doors / by Julie McKuras -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle on stamps / by Marshall Blankenship -- Military intelligence? Jumbo shrimp? What about amateur mendicant? / by Susan Rice -- The romance of medicine for doctors Doyle and Kittle / by Richard J. Sveum -- Arthur Conan Doyle visits Chicago, 1894 / by C. Frederick Kittle -- Kittle collection of Doyleana, Newberry Library Chicago. Core collection -- Appendix. A chronology of books by Arthur Conan Doyle: 1859-1930. "Commemorating the Kittle Collection of Doyleana, Newberry Library, April 11, 2003."/ Laid in: Program for Doyle exhibit dinner, April 11, 2003./ Includes bibliographical references. Compiled and edited by Donald J. Terras. //

609. Thomières, Daniel. L'ambiguïté dans les littératures de langue anglaise, (Imaginaires). Reims: Presses universitaires de Reims, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 21 cm. The passion of the possible: ambiguity and hypocrisy / Thomas Docherty -- L'ambiguïté dans The adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) de Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) / Françoise Dupeyron-Lafay -- Bradleyan experience and the order of ambiguity in The Waste Land / Christian Walker -- Ambiguity and religion in Philip Larkin's poems / Andrew McKeown. [directeur de la publication, Daniel Thomières]. //

610. Thomson, Ian. "The detective's dark side Ian Thomson delights in Conan Doyle's masterpiece, 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'." The Daily Telegraph (London), December 30, 2006: 23.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // An appreciation for the novel and other observations on Doyle and Holmes. "...Doyle's troubled relationship with his creation was fraught with dark, father-son undercurrents, and was far from elementary. What other fictional detective has become so charmingly real to his readers as the occupant of 221b Baker Street? The revival of Sherlock Holmes is a treat. Meanwhile, a spectral bogey hound continues to prowl the Baskerville moors, reappearing to each new generation of Holmes readers as the Fido from hell."

611. Thurbon, W., and Jon L. Lellenberg. The education of Sherlock Holmes a footnote. s.l.: s.n., 1973.

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612. Thurman, Susan. The Sherlock Holmes Study Guide. Henderson, KY: Class Act, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 1995 //

613. Tinsley, Stan, and Debbie Tinsley. "Celebration of Death in Victorian Times." The Camden House Journal 23, no. 10 (2001): 2-5.

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614. Tobin, Vera. "Ways of reading Sherlock Holmes: the entrenchment of discourse blends." Language & Literature 15, no. 1 (2006): 73-90.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Current work on conceptual integration and literary texts often features detailed analysis of a single reading of a text in terms of the conceptual integration networks involved in constructing that interpretation. However, a single linguistic form can inspire manifold readings. This article takes a historical view of the conceptual blends involved in a range of different literary interpretations generated by different groups of readers of a single set of texts, the Sherlock Holmes detective stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. First, it examines the case of the numerous and diverse historical readers who took these fictional texts to be non-fiction, and how their conceptions mirror and diverge from the ways readers become immersed in texts they know to be fiction. This is followed by an analysis of the early 'Sherlockian' essays, criticism operating under the pretense of a historical Holmes and a historical Watson who recorded his adventures with varying accuracy. In the Sherlockian tradition, something very like the naïve believer stance independently emerges from this playful and parodic novel blend. The history of this stance among its practitioners is then shown to be an example of the routinization of a blend within a discourse community. These complex discourse blends turn out to have much the same capacity for entrenchment and semantic change as any grammatical construction. [Abstract from author]

615. Tolins, Steven. Sherlockian twaddle. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1999.

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616. Toronto Reference Library, and Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection. The magic door. Toronto, Ont., Canada: Friends of the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection, Toronto Reference Library, 1998.

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617. Torrese, Dante M. "Letter to the Editor." The Holmes & Watson Report 2, no. 3 (1998): 18-19.

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618. Tosh, John. A man's place: masculinity and the middle-class home in Victorian England. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 98031422. Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-243) and index. Scuttlebutt Mar 1999 // John Tosh shows how profoundly men's lives were conditioned by the Victorian ideal, and how they negotiated its many contradictions. Tosh begins by looking at the experience of boyhood, married life, sex and fatherhood in the early decades of the nineteenth century - illustrated by case-studies representing a variety of backgrounds - and then contrasts this with the lives of the late Victorian generation. By the 1870s, men were becoming less enchanted with the pleasures of home. Once the rights of wives were extended by law and society, marriage seemed less attractive, and the bachelor world of clubland flourished as never before. The Victorians declared that to be fully human and fully masculine, men must be active participants in domestic life. In exposing the contradictions in this ideal, they defined the climate for gender politics in the next century

619. Trelford, Donald. "Sport: Plot thickens in Watson mystery." The Daily Telegraph (London), Dec 8, 1994: 32.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Blackheath. James C. Powell, of Maidenhead, has even sent me a photograph of "[Watson]'s" Blackheath shirt hanging, among other memorabilia, in the Holmes; Another reader makes a point that helps to explain my initial confusion. The key reference, it may be recalled, is in Conan Doyle's story, The Sussex Vampire, where "Big Bob Ferguson, the finest threequarter Richmond ever had", says he once threw Watson "over the ropes into the crowd at the old Deer Park".; Wisden wrote of [William Mycroft], a left-armer: "Possessing great physical strength, he combined pace and spin in a remarkable degree." However, it added darkly, "his fast yorker, with which he used to get so many wickets, was open to serious question on the point of fairness". Would Conan Doyle have based [Holmes]'s brother on a cheat?

620. Trice, Roberta. "Space and crime." Abitare, no. 355 (1996): 190-193.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // The writer discusses the correspondence between architectural and mental space in crime novels. She argues that spatial symmetries and typological configurations create suspense through such elements as false mirrors and listening panels. She goes on to demonstrate examples of this in the work of such writers as Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

621. Tuan, Yi-fu. "The landscapes of Sherlock Holmes." Journal of Geography 84, no. (1985): 56-60.

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622. Tugend, Alina. "What was behind Sherlock Holmes's sleuthing? Elementary!" Chronicle of Higher Education 42, no. 37 (1996): A47.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Profiles a course in London, England on the science in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories. The course as part of the Missouri London Program, a study-abroad program sponsored by 10 Missouri colleges; The scientific interest of Holmes, Conan Doyle's fictional detective; Study of stories including 'Sign of Four' and 'Study in Scarlet'; James O'Brien, the course's teacher; Students' response.

623. Uno studio in, Holmes. "'A week later I found myself in Florence'." Shoso-In Bulletin 10, no. (2000): 130-132.

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624. Upton, Jean. "Review--'The Oxford Sherlock Holmes: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' edited with an introduction by Richard Lancelyn Green." The Ritual, no. 12 (1993): 49-52.

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625. van der Linde, Gerhard. "Shaped in the image of reason." Diogenes (Blackwell Publishing Limited) 44, no. 2 (1996): 155.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Looks at the fictional [sic] literary character Sherlock Holmes, focusing on how he used cognitive rationality as a tool for problem solving. Reference to other characters in novels about Holmes; Details on the book 'The Sign of Four,' by Arthur Conan Doyle.

626. Vanderburgh, George A. "Bookshelf: The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes and The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes." Canadian Holmes 17, no. 4 (1994): 31-32.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Review of "The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes" and "The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes" from The Oxford Sherlock Holmes.

627. Viney, Charles. The Authentic World of Sherlock Holmes : an evocative tour of Conan Doyle's Victorian London. Godalming, Surrey, Endland: Quadrillion Pub., 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 28 cm. Originally published: 1995. // Retraces the footsteps of Holmes and Watson through late-nineteenth-century London, each photograph illustrating a setting in one of the Holmes stories

628. ———. The Authentic World of Sherlock Holmes : an evocative tour of Conan Doyle's Victorian London. Godalming, Surrey, England: CLB, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 28 cm. //

629. ———. The Authentic World of Sherlock Holmes : an evocative tour of Conan Doyle's Victorian London. Godalming: Bramley, 1999.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 28 cm. //

630. ———. Sherlock Holmes in London : a photographic record of Conan Doyle's stories. Godalming, Surrey: Colour Library Books, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 28 cm. Includes: An atlas of Victorian London. [London] : G.W. Bacon, 1888. 1 atlas (7 maps). // "Over 200 original photographs of London taken between 1879 and 1914, each linked to events in the Sherlock Holmes stories"--Dust jacket

631. ———. Sherlock Holmes in London : a photographic record of Conan Doyle's stories. New York: Smithmark, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps ; 28 cm. //

632. ———. Sherlock Holmes in London : a photographic record of Conan Doyle's stories. Toronto: Viking, 1989.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill., maps, ports. ; 28 cm. //

633. Viney, Charles, and Kiyoshi Tanaka. Sharokku homuzu no mita rondon, (Kawade bunko). Tokyo: Kawadeshoboshinsha, 1997.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- 15 cm. Sherlock Holmes in London. //

634. Weingarten, Marc. "Case of the Lawyer With a Sherlock Holmes Bent." The New York Times, December 30, 2004: E1.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Portrait of Klinger and review of his "New Annotated Sherlock Holmes." "Leslie S. Klinger is not one of those Sherlock Holmes obsessives who feel compelled to actually live as if they were distant relatives of the fictional detective. He doesn't greet visitors wearing a deerstalker hat and an Inverness cape, and his cheerful contemporary home in Malibu, Calif., is a far cry from the Victorian lodging house at 221B Baker Street where Holmes and his trusty sidekick, Dr. John Watson, lived in London. But as Holmes himself could attest, first impressions can be deceiving. Step into Mr. Klinger's home office and you will find the evidence of his abiding passion: Thousands of books about one of the world's most famous crime busters. This is the raw material for Mr. Klinger's project 'The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes,' a two-volume, 10-pound collection of all 56 Holmes short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, complete with Mr. Klinger's exhaustive footnotes...."

635. ———. "A lawyer's Sherlockian pursuit." The International Herald Tribune, January 14, 2005: 9.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Leslie Klinger is not one of those Sherlock Holmes obsessives who feel compelled to actually live as if they were distant relatives of the fictional detective. He doesn't greet visitors wearing a deerstalker hat and an Inverness cape, and his cheerful contemporary home in Malibu, California, is a far cry from the Victorian lodging house at 221B Baker St. where Holmes and his trusty sidekick, Dr. John Watson, lived in London. But as Holmes himself could attest, first impressions can be deceiving. Step into Klinger's home office and you will find the evidence of his abiding passion: Thousands of books about one of the world's most famous crime busters. This is the raw material for Klinger's project 'The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes,' a hefty two- volume collection of all 56 Holmes short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, complete with Klinger's exhaustive footnotes...."

636. Weller, Philip. "All in the Eye of the Narrator (Some Considerations of Watsonian Impersonation)." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 109-116.

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637. ———. "All in the Eye of the Narrator (Some Considerations of Watsonian Impersonation)." Shoso-In Bulletin 4, no. (1994): 41-46.

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638. ———. Alphabetically, My Dear Watson. Fareham, Hampshire: Sherlock Publications, 1994.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // A pocket reference book listing all the Canonical characters, with brief details and citations.

639. ———. Elementary Holmes: a pocket reference guide to the world of Sherlock Holmes. Fareham, Hampshire: Sherlock Publications, 1993.

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640. Wells, David H. "Further gloom in the building societies' challenging new world." Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Accountants 72, no. 1: 28.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Discusses the plight of Abbey National and other building societies in Great Britain in the aftermath of the Building Societies Act of 1986. Continuation of mutuality and legal framework debate; Financial results and balance sheet changes; Contribution of the main activities; Development of newer activities. Includes passing references to Doyle and Holmes. "...In every year since the passing of the Building Societies Act 1986, Abbey National has been involved in some kinds of controversy. These included the fierce debate over its conversion to a public limited company, the fairness of allocation of free shares to members, the mystery of its 400,000 lost share certificates, the purchase of Scottish Mutual Assurance and its continuing links with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's fictitious Sherlock Holmes....Visitors to the fictitious home of Sherlock Holmes at 221b Baker Street, London--and the postmen delivering mail to the sleuth--would have been further mystified. Abbey National's Head Office is at 215-229 Baker Street and it has had many secretaries dealing with his correspondence for over 50 years. However, a new museum for the detective has opened at 239 Baker Street. It is called 221b Baker Street and is claimed to fit the description of Holmes's house...."

641. Wexler, Bruce. The Mysterious world of Sherlock Holmes: the illustrated guide to the famous cases, infamous adversaries, and ingenious methods of the great detective. 1st ed. Philadelphia: Courage Books, 2008.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2007934372 //

642. Wheatcroft, Geoffrey. "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes." Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition 2005: P10.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews the book "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes," edited by Leslie S. Klinger.

643. Wheen, Francis. "Francis Wheen Reveals the Elementary Truth Behind the Capture of the Jackal." The Observer, September 4, 1994: 4.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // A short, humorous piece on various borrowings and literary connections related to Holmes, taking as a starting point a quotation from a recent news account: "A French academic has just published a merciless study of Sherlock Holmes, exposing the great sleuth's educational, social and politically incorrect failings, which is bound to cause deep offence among Holmes's touchy idolisers." (The Guardian)

644. White, Kathryn. "Review--'Baker Street and Beyond: Essays on Sherlock Holmes' by Lord Donegall." The Ritual, no. 13 (1994): 46-47.

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645. ———. "Review--'Myth and Modern Man in Sherlock Holmes: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Uses of Nostalgia' by David S. Payne." The Musgrave Papers, no. 6 (1993): 111-113.

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646. ———. "Review--'The Before-Breakfast Pipe' by David Hammer." The Musgrave Papers, no. 8 (1995): 118-119.

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647. ———. "Review--'The Maker of the Omnibus: The Lives of English Writers Compared' by Jack Hodges." The Ritual, no. 11 (1993): 50-51.

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648. ———. "Review--'The Oxford Sherlock Holmes: The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes' edited with an introduction by Christopher Roden." The Ritual, no. 12 (1993): 53-55.

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649. ———. "Review--'The Sherlock Holmes Encyclopaedia' by Matthew E. Bunson." The Ritual, no. 15 (1995): 50-51.

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650. Whitfield, Peter Dr. The mapmakers : a history of Stanfords. London: Compendium, 2003.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. (some col.) ; 21 x 27 cm. Includes index. Scuttlebutt Dec 2003. // "'After you left I sent down to Stamford's for the Ordnance map of this portion of the moor,' Sherlock Holmes said (in almost every edition of 'The Hound of the Baskervilles'). Founded by Edward Stanford in 1853 (Watson wasn't aware of the correct spelling), Stanfords celebrated its 150th anniversary this year."

651. Whitlam, Carol M. "Review--'I Remember the Date Very Well: a chronology of the Sherlock Holmes stories' by John Hall." The Ritual, no. 12 (1993): 35-36.

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652. Whittington-Egan, Richard. "Living with and Annotating Sherlock Holmes." Contemporary Review 286, no. 1669 (2005): 95-101.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // This article focuses on a fictitious character [sic], Sherlock Homes, with reference to the book "The New Annotated Sherlock Holmes," edited with a foreword and notes by Leslie S. Klinger. The book consists of two volumes and it is a collection of 56 short stories. The original edition of this books was edited by William S. Baring-Gould. In the original (1968) edition, Baring-Gould elected to go nap on his own personal and controversial concept of the chronology of the stories, Klinger decided to relegate all such data to a most useful Chronological Table at the end of Volume One. Something in the region of two thousand annotations are scattered broadcast throughout the book, lifting the curtain on the modes, manners and events of Victorian England, and ventilating, and where necessary explaining, Sherlockian theoretical constructs past and present.

653. Wilkins, Alasdair. "22 cases of Sherlock Holmes in science fiction." no. (2009).

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // He may already be the most iconic character in detective fiction, but who says Sherlock Holmes doesn't have a place in science fiction as well? We explore some of the Victorian sleuth's most fantastic adventures.

654. Wolf, Tony, ed. The Bartitsu Compendium: History and the Canonical Syllabus. Vol. 1. [Morrisville, NC]: Lulu, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Sept 2005. // "Bartitsu was invented by E. W. Barton-Wright, and is believed by many Sherlockian scholars to be the baritsu that Sherlock Holmes mentions in 'The Empty House'."

655. Wood, Benton. Who's where a handy reference guide to persons in the Holmesian Canon, listed by adventure. S.l: s.n., 1994.

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656. Wood, Joan. Mrs. Hudson's Handbook of Sherlockian Cookery, Book No. 2. Ellenton, FL: The Pleasant Places of Florida, 1995.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- Scuttlebutt Dec 1995 //

657. Wood, Peter H., and Trevor S. Raymond. "Bookshelf." Canadian Holmes 21, no. 4 (1998): 31-33.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Reviews of Absolute Discretion, A Volta de Sherlock Holmes (The Return of Sherlock Holmes) and O Xango de Baker Street (A Samba for Sherlock)

658. Woods, Carol P. "Letter to the Editor ('Maiwand')." Shoso-In Bulletin 9, no. (1999): 195.

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659. Worthington, Heather. The rise of the detective in early nineteenth-century popular fiction, (Crime files series). Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- LC Control Number: 2004059166. Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-197) and index //

660. Yamamae, Yuzuru. "A Brief History and Current Scene of Mystery Novels in Japan...and Sherlock Holmes." Shoso-In Bulletin 8, no. (1998): 170-172.

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661. You, Wenjia. "When Sherlock Holmes and Freud meet: Psychoanalysis and the mystery story." PsyArt: An Online Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts Electronic, no. 980715 (1998).

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // Posted date: September 7, 1998. "Many scholars mention the use of Freudian psychology in literary works, but very few scrutinize the interplay between the literary and the psychological texts involved. This paper explores how the mystery story can incorporate psychoanalysis into its essential components, such as the crime, the clues, and the detective. I set up a theoretical framework in which the key elements of the mystery story may appropriate psychoanalysis, and I generalize how psychoanalysis may influence the mystery story as a subgenre. Then I offer 2 case studies of Marnie and The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, which both use a large amount of psychoanalysis. I examine how these two works incorporate psychoanalysis and measure their formal qualities against my theoretical conjectures." [Abstract from author]

662. Zaino, Nick A., III. "Quick Picks." The Boston Globe, October 17, 2007: SID3.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- // "Long before there was 'CSI' or 'Law & Order,' readers were engrossed in the world of forensics through Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes novels and short stories. Holmes's exploits were influential in Victorian Era criminalistics, as E.J. Wagner explains in his Edgar award-winning book 'The Science of Sherlock Holmes.' Wagner will be on hand tonight at 7 to give a lecture called 'From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom - Superstition, Science, & Sherlock Holmes' in the lobby of the Museum of Science. He'll sign his book afterward...."

663. Zaldin, Donald. "The Bicycle in the Canon and its Revolutionary Effect on 19th Century Culture." Canadian Holmes 23, no. 1 (1999): 9-20.

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664. ———. The gasogene in Victorian England and at 221B, (Bootmakers' monographs), 2001.

NOTE // ABSTRACT --- ill. ; 28 cm. "Presentation to The Bootmakers of Toronto on Saturday, December 1, 2001"--t.p. //

665. ———. "The Sign of the Five: Tragedy in Sibling relationships in and out of the Canon." Canadian Holmes 27, no. 4 (2004): 19-29.

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