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Sherlock Holmes and Philosophy applies observation and deduction to the ultimate “three pipe problem,” the meaning of Sherlock Holmes. -- Cover p. [4] and publisher's website.
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
. . . Let others plumb this collection for more subtle themes. From Maupassant to Stevenson to Fitzgerald, the authorial giants who populate these pages are explanation enough for its title.
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
In a careful remixing of Holmes's heartless seduction of Agatha in the canon, Sherlock attempts no physical disguise, and very little concealment as to what his true intentions are. Janine, a guest at the Watsons' wedding in “The Sign ...
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
Allan Mitchell’s stirring stanzas of reeling rhyme once again stretch back to an earlier era to witness the never-ending battle between Sherlock Holmes and the Menacing Metropolis.
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
. . . Let others plumb this collection for more subtle themes. From Maupassant to Stevenson to Fitzgerald, the authorial giants who populate these pages are explanation enough for its title.
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
. . . Let others plumb this collection for more subtle themes. From Maupassant to Stevenson to Fitzgerald, the authorial giants who populate these pages are explanation enough for its title.
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
This work of riveting suspense and intrigue is loosely based on the infamous 18th Century Irish secret society, The Molly Maguires.
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
The fic starts: “Almost everyone who encounters him, including the entirety of the Met, thinks that Sherlock Holmes is a heartless bastard. Brilliant, but ultimately heartless” (Lear 1). Such a declaration seems at odds with the impetus ...
Sherlock holmes heartless from books.google.com
Other than the Sherlock Holmes series, Doyle wrote around thirty more books, in genres such as science-fiction, fantasy, historical novels, but also poetry, plays, and non-fiction.