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The Norwood Author Arthur Conan Doyle And The Norwood Years (1891 1894) By Alistair Duncan,

  • Title: The Norwood Author Arthur Conan Doyle And The Norwood Years (1891 1894)
  • Author: Alistair Duncan
  • ISBN: 9781904312697
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is one of the most written about men who ever lived but despite this some parts of his life get little attention One such period is between 1891 and 1894 when he lived in South Norwood in present day south east London During this period he wrote and published much of his best work including the first two series of Sherlock Holmes short stories ThiSir Arthur Conan Doyle is one of the most written about men who ever lived but despite this some parts of his life get little attention One such period is between 1891 and 1894 when he lived in South Norwood in present day south east London During this period he wrote and published much of his best work including the first two series of Sherlock Holmes short stories This book looks at his life during this period and, in contrast to other biographies, spends time looking at some of his input into local Norwood life.
    The Norwood Author Arthur Conan Doyle And The Norwood Years Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is one of the most written about men who ever lived but despite this some parts of his life get little attention One such period is between and when he lived in South

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    1. The Norwood Builder by Alistair Duncan illuminates the period directly after Arthur Conan Doyle abandoned medicine and turned his hand to full time writing early 1890 s Few people realise that ACD wrote nearly on third of all his Sherlock Holmes stories whilst living at South Norwood in London This book was the worthy winner of the Tony Freda Howlett Literary Award 2011 presented annually by the Sherlock Holmes Society of London.

    2. There have been a great many books dedicated to chronicling the life of Sherlock Holmes creator Arthur Conan Doyle Whether it was his experiences at his own hand at being a consulting detective or his eventual immersion into spiritualism, Mr Conan Doyle has been scrutinized to seemingly the last scrap of information available to the average Sherlockian So what, one might wonder, is the use of a diminutive volume on Conan Doyle s brief time spent in the Norwood neighborhood in South London Alista [...]

    3. There are Sherlock Holmes fans and the serious ones, like me, become fans of Conan Doyle and his wider work This book neatly covers the missing years in Norwood with such depth and attention to detail you can t help but admire Duncan s commitment to his idol Regular Holmes fans will like it, Doyleans will love it.

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