Conan Doyle

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British author who created Sherlock Holmes (1859-1930)

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Conan Doyle was a wholehearted Poe fanboy and viewed Holmes as Dupin's intellectual heir.
Barrie, a close friend of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and a short piece by Conan Doyle himself, with a long "short story" anchoring the book by Loren D.
At the end of each tale, however outlandish its plot, matters are successfully restored to their rightful, pre-outrage state, Conan Doyle being a confirmed believer in the "rondo storytelling form.
Doyle" is a 'must' for the legions of Conan Doyle and would prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community and academic library collections.
Conan Doyle lived in Aston for several months from 1879 to 1882 as a dispensing assistant while away from his studies at Edinburgh University.
Theresa Derwin said: "We decided to hold Conan Doyle Con in May, to honour his birthday (he was born on May 22).
The estate of Edinburgh-born Conan Doyle claim that the plot of the film draws on the writer's last 10 Sherlock Holmes stories, which are still protected by copyright in the USA.
And of course, Arthur Conan Doyle would be joining them because unlike you and me he was a believer.
Although the quality dipped after the excellent opener, Clunes was a ne Conan Doyle throughout - and hopefully we'll see him in the role again.
ARTHUR & GEORGE (9pm ITV) IN this adaptation of the celebrated factual novel by Julian Barnes, Martin Clunes stars as Sherlock Holmes writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
It stars Martin Clunes as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of the Sherlock Holmes stories, who has a real-life mystery to solve.
I was quite terrified by the thought of playing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but my wife, Philippa, had spent a great deal of time optioning the book and doing deals with agents, writers and ITV.
Arthur & George is based on genuine events in the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
But what is less well known is that a real-life mystery involving author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle dramatically altered the criminal justice system in England.
Accessible to casual fans and literary scholars alike, The Sherlock Holmes Companion covers not only every Holmes story by Conan Doyle, but also more recent interpretations of Holmes from Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Downey Jr.