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Author Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930.

Title The return of Sherlock Holmes / Arthur Conan Doyle ; edited with an introduction by Richard Lancelyn Green
Published Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994
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Description 1 online resource (xlvii, 408 pages) : illustrations
Series The Oxford Sherlock Holmes
The World's classics
Doyle, Arthur Conan, 1859-1930. Oxford Sherlock Holmes.
World's classics.
Contents Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; General Editor's Preface to the Series; Introduction; Note on the Text; Select Bibliography; A Chronology of Arthur Conan Doyle; THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES; The Empty House; The Norwood Builder; The Solitary Cyclist; The Dancing Men; The Priory School; Black Peter; Charles Augustus Milverton; The Six Napoleons; The Three Students; The Golden Pince-Nez; The Missing Three-Quarter; The Abbey Grange; The Second Stain; Appendices; I. The Field Bazaar; II. How Watson Learned the Trick; Explanatory Notes
Summary Ten years after the supposed death of Sherlock Holmes at the Reichenbach Falls, Arthur Conan Doyle was to bow to popular pressure and breathe new life into his creation. To the astonishment of Dr Watson, and the delight of his readers, Holmes reappears in Baker Street to embark on a new series of adventures. Amongst the famous cases he and Watson tackle are ̀The Dancing Men', ̀The Solitary Cyclist', and ̀The Six Napoleons'. Conan Doyle's own life provides inspiration for thetales, from his days as a student doctor on a Greenland whaler to the overwhelming grief he experienced from his wife's s
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages xxxiv-xxxix)
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Subject Holmes, Sherlock -- Fiction.
Detective and mystery stories, English.
Private investigators -- England -- Fiction.
Genre/Form Fiction.
Form Electronic book
Author Green, Richard Lancelyn.
ISBN 0191506087 (electronic bk.)
9780191506086 (electronic bk.)