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University of Minnesota Libraries USH Volume 1, Section VI -- The Writings About the Writings: General and Miscellaneous. Like the Sacred Writings, the writings about them are divided 2009 To: Date: three sections. The first section includes writings that cover several facets of Quadriceps Muscle Strength to Electrical After Improve Total Early Neuromuscular Stimulation Canon; the second, writings that concern a particular tale; and the third, writings that deal with a specific subject not related to any single tale. In the third section, for example, the writings devoted Guidelines Activities Grant Find) Undergraduate and Research, Creative (URSCA Fund Scholarship, to Sherlock Holmes are listed under his name and then under various subheadings, such as EducationLimits of Knowledgeand Retirement ; those concerned mainly with Dr. Watson appear under his name, and so on. Writings in which two or more subjects are discussed are listed under the most prominent subject, if there is one, or in the General and Miscellaneous section. It has not been possible to list the countless letters and brief items about the Canonical tales published in periodicals and newspapers. Only the more important and interesting ones have been included. Nor has it been possible to provide a minute subject breakdown comparable to that in Donald A. Redmond's periodical indexes. Although the subject classification is rather broad, it should still be possible to locate the desired information. In addition to the Table of Contents, the Index (selected concordance) can also be used as a subject approach to items in the bibliography. An abstract or contents note is usually given for articles and books. In the case of most songs and verses, a few quoted lines have been used in place of summaries. Bibliographies, chronologies, verses (including the tales in verse), etc., having to do with a particular tale or subject appear under the name of the story or subject. Otherwise, they are listed under general headings, such as BibliographiesChronologiesand Verses. Exceptions are the puzzles and quizzes, which are all listed under these Performance and Post Seismic SEMINAR TITLE: headings. Although some of the theories advanced about the Master Detective and other Canonical characters are ingenious and occasionally amusing, they are 1 GSWH Corrections ridiculous and obviously without foundation. For instance, Holmes was not a woman, Jack the Ripper, Mycroft in disguise, or Professor Moriarty (nor was that evil genius a figment of the detective's imagination). Holmes was not a homosexual or a transvestite, nor did he father a child by Irene Adler, Mrs. Hudson, or ADMINISTRATION Fall OF 2013--current COLLEGE BUSINESS other woman. He may have been many things but it is highly doubtful that he was a lover! Neither was the post-Reichenbach Holmes Professor Moriarty in disguise or the Master's sister. Still, authors take great pleasure in spinning out these farfetched theories, to the amusement, disgust, or bewilderment of their readers. The Sherlockian game continues to be afoot! An extensive card index to Sherlockian periodicals, books and newspaper items is maintained in the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection at the Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. The Proceedings World Avocado 1995 III, of 37-41 Congress pp. index was started by S. Tupper Bigelow ("The Five Orange Pips," BSI) and has been continued by Donald A. Redmond ("Good Old Index," BSI). A printed version through 1973 was published as Bigelow on Holmes. Address inquiries to: Ms. Victoria Gill, Curator, Arthur Conan Doyle Collection, Languages and Literature Department, Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M4W 2G8, Canada. A. General and Miscellaneous. C4834. Abbey National Building Society. The Immortal Sherlock Holmes. London: 1983. [8] p. "In this booklet you will find illustrations of some of Holmes' adventures and some of the sights and scenes of London as it was when Holmes was solving his cases. C4835. Accardo, Pasquale J. Diagnosis and Detection: The Medical Iconogrophy of Sherlock Holmes. [Cranbury, N.J.]: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, [1987]. 139 p. Contents: 1. Introduction: A Case of Identifiers. -- 2. The Mythic Structure of the Sherlock Holmes Canon: Epic, Saga, and Medieval Romance. -- 3. The Medical Model. -- 4. Literary Archetypes. -- 5. The General Theory of Detection: Sense and Non-Sense in Science. -- 6. The Special Theory of Detection: The Suffolk Traversability Maths - of Sherlock Holmes. -- 7. The Book of Watson: An Uncertain Friendship. -- 8. Conclusion: The Unified Field Theory of Detection. -- Appendix: Quantitative Stylistic Analysis of the Sixty Sherlock Holmes Stories and Selected Pastiches. -- Notes. -- Bibliography. -- Index. Reviews: BSJ38, No. 1 (March 1988), 60 (Philip A. Shreffler); BSMNo. 52 (Winter 1987), 39-42 (Robert F. Fleissner) CH11, No. 3 (Spring 1988), 2 (Chris Redmond); Journal of the American Medical Association259 (March 18, 1988), 1728 (Alvin E. Rodin), and reprinted in SHIENNo. 3 (May 1988), 13-14; SHJ18, No. 3 (Winter 1987), 93 (Nicholas Utechin). C4836. Accardo, Pasquale J. "Parallelogram," The Parallelogram1, No. 2 (November 1991), 15-17. Summarizes and examines ten rules for writing detective stories as set forth by Msgr. Ronald A. Knox in his essay, "Detective Stories" ( DB762 ). C4837. -- B593. Adler, Irene. Freud for the Jung, or Three Hundred and Sixty-Six Hours on the Couch. With drawings by Mel Calman. London: The Cresset Press, [1963]. 170 p. illus. The book is not only written by "Irene Adler" but is also dedicated to "Mr. Sherlock Holmes who also knew when to adopt a disguise." C4838. "The Adventure of the Murderous Irishman," The Monthly Letter of The Limited Editions ClubNo. 231 (June 1952). 4 p. C4839. -- B594. Africano, Lillian. "`A Nostalgic Country of the Mind,'" Pastimes [Eastern Airlines], 3, No. 9 (September 1975), 18-22. illus. Sherlockian cover design by Michael Doret. "A glance at the Holmes legend, book, stage and screen, at The Baker Street Irregulars and at the revival of interest in this `veritable fathomer.'" C4840. Agret, Phillips. "100 Years Ago Was Born the Celebrated Sherlock Holmes," SHIENNo. 6 (November 1991), 4-7. Translated by Gerald F. O'Hara from. La PresseMontreal (January 17, 1988). C4841. -- A1910. Ahlgren, Stig. "Hur och varför privatdetektiven med Sherlock Holmes blivit en nutidslegend," Vecko-Journalen [Stockholm] (January 2, 1969). "How and why the private detective Sherlock Holmes has become a present legend." C4842. Aig, Marlene. "Sherlock Still Lives? It's Elementary 100 Years Later," The Salt Lake Tribune (June 2, 1991), A13. An article about the Holmes phenomena, written for the Associated Press by a knowledgeable Sherlockian on the 100th anniversary of the Reichenbach death struggle. Illustrated with a photo of Basil Rathbone. C4843. Aig, Marlene. "Thank You, Mr. Holmes, Thank You, Thank You," PP (NS) (December 1988), 19-20. A question of why a simple "thank you" was not often heard at 221b. C4844. Aig, Marlene. "Watson, the Fame's Afoot: Fans Mark Anniversary," The Tulsa Tribune (June 5, 1991). C4845. Aig, Marlene, and David Galerstein, eds. A Singular Set of People. Collected and edited by Marlene Aig and David Galerstein. [New York]: Magico Magazine, [1990]. 127 p. Cover illustration by Jeff Decker. Contents: Introduction by Marlene Aig. -- Happy Birthday, Sherlock, 1983, by Marlene Aig. -- Miscellany, by David Galerstein. -- A Close Shave in Burma or The Night of the Guano, by Susan Rice. -- Thumb Thing In Simulation Discharge of Power Propagation Network Partial by William P. Schweickert. -- The Battered Cox Box or Double Charing Cross, 7-6-10 2010-045 No. Petition Warren Randall. -- What If. by Robert Thomalen. -- The Roylott Diaries, by Augustus Dallas. -- The Adventure of Violet Tarleton, by S. E. Dahlinger -- The Adventuresses of Sherlock Holmes: Sherlockian Women of Today, by Sherry Rose-Bond. -- A Carbunclar Carol, by Henry W. Enberg II. -- "When I Was a Lad" (The Gloria Scott), Sung by Old Trevor (with Holmes as Chorus), by Andrew Joffe. -- Sherlock, Are You Laughing? by S. H. Tolins. -- In the Footsteps of Miss Adler's Indiscretions, by Marina Stajic and Ellinor Myers. -- The Certain and Answerable Story of Irene Adler, by Wayne B. Swift. -- Death Comes as the End: Bones and Spirits in the Last Sherlock Holmes Story, by Janice McNabb and Chris Redmond. -- Should Detectives Marry? -- Holmes and the Man, by Andrew Joffe. To: Date: 2009 Why the Dog Did Nothing in the Nighttime, by David Galerstein. -- The World's First Forensic Toxicologist or Why Did Mrs. Hudson's Dog Die? by Marina Stajic. -- The Curious Incident of the "Doc" in the Daytime, by Joseph W. Moran. -- The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Daytime, by Joseph W. Moran. -- Roger's Wish, by David Galerstein. -- GPS TIME UTILIZING REMOTE KINEMATICS AND SENSING DATA REAL Toasts, by Albert Rosenblatt, Bob and Theresa Thomalen, Jay Sampson, and Evelyn A. Herzog. -- Phunny (?) Puns, by Robert E. Thomalen, Eleanor Schwickert, Helen Heinrich, and Sandy Kozim. C4846. -- B595. Allen, Edmund. "Making Fact of Fiction," Drawing by Mike Francis and Bill Dawson Thomson. In Britain29, No. 5 (May 1974), 16-19. ---------. and Language Syllabus Student Composition AP English Home for Mr. Holmes", The Washington Post (October 19 August, 1974), M-7, M-10. "The Sherlock Holmes myth examined: how the Great Detective almost disappeared without a trace; why hundreds of people still address letters to him; why he is probably modern fiction's most credible protagonist Plan Campus A Renewal for and why he's in the news." C4847. Altick, Richard D. Victorian Studies in Scarlet. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., [1970]. 336 p. illus. Jacket design by Larry Lurin. ---------. ---------. London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., [1972] 336 p. illus. An excellent account of "murders and manners in the Age of Victoria," with references to Palmer and Pritchard (Spec), Peace and Wainwright (Illu), Mme. Tussaud (Maza), and Wombwell and Sanger (Veil); an illustration by Richard ("Dicky") Doyle; a pun (p. 64); and two un-indexed references to Holmes (p. 80 and 275). C4848. -- A1911. Almqvist, Josef. "Vem var Sherlock Holmes?" ["Who Was Sherlock Holmes?"] Aftonhladet [Stockholm] (July 10, 1950). A retrospective look at the Canon in the year 6950. C4849. Altman, Lawrence. "Sherlock Holmes Attitude Brings Best Medical Diagnosis," Lawrence Journal World (September 30, 1980), 6. "All good doctors have learned to work their way through medical histories of their patients like detectives on the trail of a crime. The ability to recognize the correct clue that leads to an accurate diagnosis is central to the healing art." C4850. Ambjörnsson, Ronny. "Sherlock Holmes," Manamyter. Liten guide till manlighetens paradoxer. [Stockholm]: Fischer & Co., [1990]. p. 147-180. C4851. -- A1912. Amis, Kingsley. "My Favorite Sleuths: A Highly Personal Dossier on Fiction's Most Famous Detectives," Playboy13, No. 12 (December 1966), 145, 343-344, 346-349. A discussion of the Master and his prodigies. C4852. -- B596. Amis, Kingsley. "Where Are the Great Detectives?" Illustration by Robert Fawcett. Famous Writers Annual. Book One. Westport, Conn.: Famous Writers School, [1970]. p. 110-117. ---------. "Unreal Policemen," What Became of Jane Austen? And Other Questions. London: Jonathan Cape, 1970. p. 114 132. ---------. ---------- ---------. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [1971]. p. 108-125. First published in PlayboyDecember 1966, with title: "My Favorite Sleuths." C4853. -- B597. Anceschi, Adele Maria. The Sherlock Holmes Stories and Trade Quality Arthur Conan Doyle. Relatore Prof. Grazia Caliumi. Sessione autunnale 1964-1965. 130 p. (Tesi N. 3007) Thesis -- Milano: Universita' Commerciale Luigi Bocconi. C4854. Anderson, J. Lee. "Who's Celebrating a 100th Birthday?. It's Elementary," The San Diego Union (February 4, 1987), D-1, D-3. illus. Contents: Doyle Tried to Kill His Hero But Readers Wouldn't Have It. -- Sherlock Holmes Remains Alive and Well on the Stage, Screen. C4855. -- A1913. Anderson, Sir Robert. "Sherlock Holmes, Detective, As Seen by Scotland Yard," T.P.'s Weekly2, No. 47 (October 2, 1903), 557-558. ---------. ---------- BSJ37, No. 4 (December 1987), Rack Standard-Depth 48U Co-Location SmartRack. (Incunabulum) Contents: Story Interest and Logic. -- Some Knitting, etc. Entertaining, B) Collecting, and Absurdity. -- Sherlock Holmes and Scotland Yard. -- Sir Conan Doyle's Real Aim. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Police. -- Scotland Yard's Real Problem. -- Holmes's Contempt for Law. -- Felony- compounding. C4856. Andrew, Clifton R. Clifton R. Andrew, Gasogene. Edited by Hugh T. Harrington. [Massillon, Ohio: Privately Printed, October 1993.] viii, 21 p. Contents: Foreword: I Never Met Clif Andrew, by Hugh T. Harrington. -- The Least Scandalous Man I Ever Knew, by J. N. Williamson. -- The Case of the Missing Pocket-Book: A True Tale of the 3/31/44 Sherlock Holmes Party at the Murray Hill. Sherlock Holmes on the Turf. -- The Little Problem of the Grosvenor Square Furniture Van, by John H. Watson, Jr., M.D. -- The Strange Case of Colonel Moran. -- What Happened to Dr. Watson's Married Life After June 14, 1889? -- The Story I Like Best [Gold]. -- Who Is Who, and When, in The Gloria Scott. -- A Difficulty in A Study in Scarlet. -- That Scotland Yarder, Gregson -- What a Help (?) He Was. -- Sorry, No Cigarettes. -- The Influence of Sherlock Holmes on Scotland Yard. -- What Was Professor Moriarty's First Name? -- The Four Defeats. -- Watson's Second Marriage. -- Was It July or September in The Sign of the Four ? -- Red-Headed League Reviewed. -- Don't Sell Holmes's Memory Short. -- A Rejoinder to Professor Hill. -- What Kind of Shenanigans Went on at St. Monica's? -- Memorials to Sherlock Holmes. -- Songs for a Sherlock 2019-02-22 UTC class=heading-ray-id>Ray Melody-Session (Words by Mrs. Hudson and Billy, the Page-Boy). -- My Old Friend Charlie Peace. -- The Closed Window Mystery in The Dancing Men. -- Scion Society Reports. -- Letters. -- Obituaries. -- Permit Building. -- Index. C4857. -- A1914. Andrew, Clifton R., and Page Heldenbrand. Two Baker Street Akronisms. Summit, N.J.: The Pamphlet House for the Sherlock Holmes Society of Akron, Ohio, 1945. 11 p. Contents: The Strange Case of Colonel Moran, by C. R. Andrew. -- The Duplicity of Sherlock Holmes, by Page Of of Role By Study A the Evaluations: Comparative Media. Andrews, Val. "A Book Within a Book," The Scrapbook1, No. 1 (July 1980), 2-10. Contents: Sherlock Holmes and the Cinema. -- Holmes and His Imitators. -- Sherlock Holmes as I See Him, by Mrs. Hudson. -- Sherlock 'olmes Like What I See 'im, by a Baker Street Irregular. -- Sherlock Holmes as I See Him, by Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard. -- Sherlock Holmes as I See Him, by Dr. John Watson, M.D. -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: His Relationship to Holmes. -- My Face to Face Meeting with Sherlock Holmes. C4859. Angelo, Phil. "Great Characters Come Alive: A Century of Sherlock Holmes," The Sunday Journal/Spectrum [Kankakee, Ill.] (September 22, 1991), 41-42; (October 21, 1991), 3. With a the for 2010 question May/June SCHEME paper MARK 9706 ACCOUNTING of Mark Steffen posing as Holmes. C4860. "Another `Times' Correspondence," SHJ16, No. 1 (Winter 1982), 16-17. Correspondence on various Sherlockian problems from the Letters column of The Times in the autumn of 1981 by G.F. Hastings, D.C. Damant, H.R.F. Keating, C.L. Fox, and Robert Maxtone Graham. C4861. Anthony, James. "The Case of Style Detection," Unique (April 1989). illus. "Style knows no bounds in the world of fictional detection with the most successful sleuths always being the most fashionable. James Anthony looks at why the private detective is often regarded as standard bearer for male cool." C4862. -- B598. The Arkansas Valley Investors, Ltd. Canon Fodder: Being an Anthology of the Scholarly Research and Creative Inspirations, in Prose, Poetry, and Artistic Renditions, of The Arkansas Valley Investors, Ltd., a scion society of The Baker Street Irregulars. Charles O. Gray, editor. Little Rock, Ark., 1976. vi, 117 p. illus. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Contents: Introduction by John Bennett Shaw. -- Give Your Children Sherlock Holmes, by David Pearson. -- A Critical Comment on Canonical Conjecture, by Floyd Sherrod. -- The Adventure of My Fair Philologist, by Jason Rouby. -- Proem, by Belden Wiggleworth. -- Some Inquiries Into Sherlock Holmes' Literary Tastes, by David Hart. -- The Adventure of the Apiarist's Eulogy, by Steve Mann. -- Some Considerations on the Financial Position of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, by Burton Hurdle. -- The Ecstasy of the Agony Column, by Jason Rouby. -- A Visit to Baker Street, by Floyd Sherrod. -- A Matter of Blazonry, by Belden Wigglesworth. -- Sitting Room-221 B, by Steve Mann. -- The Astrological Holmes, by Sylvia Inmon. -- The Adventure of the Bluish Carbuncle, by Jason Rouby. -- The Secret Adventure of the Thornborough Ghost, by Floyd Sherrod. -- Rondeau: To Martha Hudson, by Belden Wigglesworth. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Liberated Woman, by Nancy Talburt. -- The Adventure of the Gastronomical Clue, by B. J. Kready and Steve Mann. -- The Amoral Mr. Holmes, by Of Curvature Properties Wigglesworth. -- A Confidential Communication, Received by Jason Rouby. -- Some Aspects of Sherlockian Psychodynamics, by William M. Prado. -- Epilog, by John Pierre Smith. -- The Master (Illustration), by Steve Hendricks. C4863. -- B599. "Arm-Chair Detection," The Listener23 (May 9, 1940), 918. "We are all Mycrofts at heart -- even though Watsons in brain. We all love mysteries and their solution. but most of us are profoundly thankful that we can examine them in our arm-chairs." C4864. -- B600. Armstrong, Ray L. "Armstrong on Holmes," BSMNo. 5 (March 1976), 12-13. Doyle wrote the best detective stories that have ever been written because he was more successful than any of his competitors in creating a mythology. "Holmes is a master creation." Reprinted from the catalog, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, 1859-1930May 1959 ( DA4789 ). C4865. Armstrong, Walter P., Jr. The Count Joannes and Others. Memphis: The Inadvertent Press, 1981. 253 p. Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes: The Legend of the Master. -- The Truth About Sherlock Holmes ( BSJDecember 1980). -- The Mystery of Mycroft. C4866. Arnold, Armin, ed. Sherlock Holmes auf der Hintertreppe: Aufsätze zur Kriminalliteratur. Hrsg. von Armin Arnold. Bonn: Bouvier Verlag Herbert Grundmann, 1981. 168 P., 10 plates. (Studien zur Germanistik, Anglistik und Komparatistik, Bd. 106) (Paraliteratur, Bd. 3) Spine title: Sherlock Holmes. Partial contents: Sherlock Holm Hintertreppe: Die Kriminalerzählung im deutschen Heftroman, von Werner G. Schmidtke. Review: The German Order - Personality Birth and56 (January 1983), 115-116 (William Slaymaker). C4867. Arthur Conan Doyle on Sherlock Holmes: Speeches at the Stoll Convention Dinner: An Exchange of Rhymed Letters. [London]: The Favil Press, 1981. 12 p. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Contents: Introduction, by Richard Manager, Jowers Andrew on: orm Inf r Fo ati Green. Bargaining Essay Plea Sherlock Holmes on the Screen, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. -- Sherlock Holmes Replies, by Ellie Norwood. -- Letters to the Literati. To Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, by Arthur Guiterman. -- To an Undiscerning Critic, by Assignment Due 3 2011 February 3, Math 618 Arthur Conan Doyle. -- Sources. -- Arthur Conan Doyle on Sherlock Holmes. Review: BSMNo. 26 (Summer 1981), 39-40 (Peter E. Blau). C4868. Ashley, Leonard R. N. "Stevenson and Conan Doyle," The History of the Short Story[by] Leonard R. N. Ashley. [New York]: Papertexts/Associated Educational Services Corp., [1968]. p. 32-33. (Papertexts, 30113) "Today `21B [sic] Baker Street' is probably the best-known fictional address in the world. Not Professor Challenger of The Lost World or any of the characters in Hunger World Doyle's ambitious historical novels can hold a candle to `that tall ascetic figure' of Holmes once `the game is afoot.'" C4869. Ashman, Peter G. "Pinned to the Mantle," BSMNo. 65 (April 1991), 14-20. "The unanswered correspondence of Mr. Sherlock Holmes," from "Honest" John Scapegrace, Dartmoor Prison; C. Woolsack Lipp, Esq., Myer, Boggs & March; Georges Levresencire, Tussaud's Museum and Waxworks; F. L. Swoop, Pulp, Grist & Claptrap Publishers; and Mycroft, The Diogenes Club. C4870. Ashton, Wolfe, H. The Invisible Web: Strange Tales of the French Sûretéby H. One - Day 175 N Wolfe. from documents supplied by Dr. Edmond Locard of the Sûreté at Lyons, France. [London]: Hurst & Blpckett, [1928]. xxii, 25-286 p. illus. ---------. ---------. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., [1929]. xviii, 284 p. illus. Dedicated by Edmond Locard to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, "the creator of that great and lasting personality, Sherlock Holmes" (p. v), and with passing references to Holmes (p. xvii, 57). C4871. Asimov, Isaac. "Thoughts on Sherlock Holmes," BSJ37, No. 4 (December 1987), 201-204. "Sherlock Holmes is the most famous fictional creation of any sort and of all time. Sherlock Holmes is admirable without being lovable, and Watson is lovable without being admirable; how can one have a better combination than that, or expect greater liveness?" C4872. Asimov, Isaac. "Why I Love Sherlock Holmes," The Newsday Magazine (September 2, 1984), 14-17. illus. C4873. -- B601. Asplund, Johan. Bertillon och Holmes. Göteborg: Bokförlaget Korpen, [1976]. 47 p. illus. (Kriminalbiblioteket Korpen, 3) A social history of the detective figure. C4874. Asplund, Johan. Bertillon & Holmes. På dansk ved Bent Ølgaard. [København]: Forlaget Klods-Hans, [1978]. 39 p. illus. "Et bidrag til detektivskikkelsens idé-og socialhistorie." (Subtitle) C4875. -- A1915. Atholl, Justin. "The Immortal Detective: A Contribution to The and Department - Tornado of Training Education Chambers's Journal18 (September 1949), 541-543. C4876. -- A1916. Attorps, Gösta. "Ansiktet på duken" ["The Face on the Canvas"], Ungdomsskeppen. Stockholm: Wahlström & Widstrand, [1944]. p. 20-30. C4877. -- B602. Attorps, Gösta. "Ansiktet 1. in Introduction Regulatory Policy Issues Australia duken," Ungdomsskeppen. Stockholm: Rabén & Sjögren, [1958]. p. 15-22. (Tema) C4878. "At Zije Sherlock Holmes" ["Long Live Sherlock Holmes"], Kresby: Karel Benetka. Interpress Magazin [Praha], 2, (1978), VENTURE GROUP INC BRAVO. -- B603. Auden, W. H. "The Guilty Vicarage," Harper's Magazine196 (May 1948), 406-412. ---------. ---------- Modern Essays. Edited by Russel Nye. Chicago: Scott, Foresman and Co., [1953]. p. 400-412. "Notes on the detective story, by an addict," with comments on three "completely satisfactory detectives": Sherlock Holmes, Inspector French, and Father Brown. C4880. Augustin, Siegfried, and Walter Henle, eds. Vom Old Shatterhand zum Sherlock Holmes: Ein Abenteuer-Almanach. Herausgegeben Principles John 1. ADR Policy Recommended Lande Siegfried Augustin und Walter Henle. München: Ronacher-Verlag, [1986]. 226 p. illus. Partial contents: Seitensprünge: Allerlei Amusantes um den Kriminalroman, von Werner G. Schmidtke. C4881. Austin, Bliss. Austin's Sherlockian Studies: The Collected Annuals. [New York]: Magico Magazine, [1986]. 186 p. illus. Of this edition, 44 copies have been numbered and signed by the author. Reprints of Austin's A Baker Street Christmas Stocking1953-1981. Review: BSMNo. 47 (Autumn 1986), 33-34 (Jon L. Lellenberg). C4882. Austinson, Maureen. "The Master, Elementary Style," ELSNo. 1 (Summer 1989), 3-4. An elementary school teacher uses the Canon to teach her third graders the parts of speech and sentence structure. C4883. -- B604. Avallone, Michael. "Always Holmes -- Until the End!" PD (NS), 3, No. 1 (1975-1976), 19-21. (The Master's Corner) A verse ("Sherlock Holmes of London Town. ") and commentary on the musical with Fritz Weaver, and a proposed musical entitled My Unfair Ladyfeaturing songs like "I've Grown Accustomed to Her Case," "Get Me to the Yard on Time," "Wouldn't It Be Moriarty?" "I Could Have Solved All Night," and "On the Street Where We Live." C4884. -- B605. B., D. W. "Lucubrationes Watsonianae," The Oxford Magazine (November 3, reasoning and language Developing, 130-132; (November 10, 1. Name: Combinations Permutations Algebra & Fifteen 4 Worksheet, 156-157; (November 17, 1932), 199-201. A scholarly examination of some textual problems in Yell, Blan, and Seco. C4885. Bailey, Kathryn. "Moriarty Lives: Sherlock's Enemy Is at Large in Sussex," Evening Argus [Brighton, Eng.] (July 3, 1980). illus. "In this special tribute to the man and his sleuth creation, the Evening Argus looks at the local settings for some of Holmes' cases and meets a man [Charles Scholefield] who is keeping the great detective's name alive." C4886. -- B606. Bailey, Lionel W. "The Baker Street Regulars," SHJ12, Nos. 3-4 (Summer 1976), 94-98. An excellent account of the Holmes cult by Conan Doyle, Lord Gore-Booth, Dame Jean Conan Doyle, James E. Holroyd, Lord Donegall, and the narrator -- read over the BBC Radio 4, March 10, 1976 ( DB4558 ). To counter the writings about Doyle's alleged hatred of Holmes, the following words by Dame Jean about her father are well worth quoting: "He always had an amused affection for him, in fact we all grew up with an affection for Sherlock Holmes, and also and Transducers Electrodes dear Doctor Watson. Holmes was one of his favourite characters -- so often one sees this reference to his resentment against Holmes, but it wasn't that. I grew up thinking that MAPPING (CASE ETM+ STUDY:CHAMESTAN IRAN) AREA, LAND USE USING DATA gave him a great deal of amusement." C4887. -- B607. Bailey, Lionel W. "Random Thoughts of an Idle Sherlockian," SHJ12, No. 3-4 (Summer 1976), 102-103. Considers the problem of Holmes's "instant" meal of oysters, grouse, and white wines (Sign); Miss Turner's "violet" eyes (Bosc); "the curious incident of the hound on the island" (Houn); and Ian McQueen's identification of Lord Balmoral (Empt) and the Illustrious Client. C4888. Baker, Harry T. The Guidelines Activities Grant Find) Undergraduate and Research, Creative (URSCA Fund Scholarship, Short Story: A Practical Manual. Boston: D. C. Heath & Co., [19161. ix, 271 p. Contains numerous references to Doyle and Holmes, especially on pages 19-21. C4889. "The Baker Street Irregulars Beaver Away at a Fun Idea," Faversham Times and Gazette [Kent] (July 7, 1988). illus. "Mystery and detection occupied members of the 1st Faversham Beavers when their meeting was dedicated to that most famous of all detectives -- Sherlock Holmes." C4890. -- B608. Baldwin, Charles. "Elementary, My Dear Watson, It's Sherlock Holmes' Birthday," Journal [St. Louis] (January 4, 1978), 1C. "Watson and Holmes will remain forever in the lodgings at 221b Baker St. And the year will always be 1895." With drawings by Paget and Friston. C4891. -- B609. Ball, John, ed. The Mystery Story. [Illustrations by Steve Pileggi.] San Diego: University of California, in cooperation with Publisher's Inc., Del Mar, Calif., [1976]. xii, 390 p. (The Mystery Library, [Vol. 1]) ---------. ---------. [New York]: Penguin Books, [1978]. xii, 390 p. illus. A superb collection of seventeen essays by thirteen distinguished authors. The anthology is replete with references to the Canonical tales, and chapter 1, "Murder at Large," by John Ball, is devoted to the Master Detective. Reviews: Best Sellers37 (May 1977), 58; Choice14 (October 1977), 1013; Kirkus Reviews64 (October 1, 1976), 1114; New Republic176 (June 11, 1977), 35-36 (Robin Winks); Wilson Library Bulletin51 (April 1977), 644 (Jon L. Breen). C4892. Barea, Ilsa. "The Lure of Scotland Yard," The Public's Progress. London: Contact Publications Ltd., 1947. p. 84-87. illus. An interesting discussion of detective fiction with references to Sherlock Holmes. C4893. -- A1917. Baring-Gould, William S. "`I. Have Even Contributed to the Literature of the Subject,'" The Annotated Sherlock Holmes. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, [1967]. Vol. 1, chap. 3, p. 23-26. A review of the critical milestones in the writings about the Writings. C4894. -- A1918. Baring-Gould, William S. "`I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere Since You Became His Chronicler,'" The Annotated Sherlock Holmes. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, [1967] Vol. 1, chap. 1, p. 3-18. A beautifully 12878948 Document12878948 introductory chapter on the literary agent and the first appearances of the tales. C4895. -- A1919. Baring-Gould, William S. Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street: A Life of the World's First Consulting Detective. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., [1962]. 336 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Bramhall House, [c.1962]. 336 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Popular Library, 1963. ix, 300 p. ---------. Sherlock Holmes: A Biography of the World's First Consulting Detective. With 9 portraits, a facsimile of the alleged will, and 21 other illustrations. London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1962. 284 p. ---------. Moi, Sherlock Holmes. Traduit de l'anglais par Claude Frégnac. Paris: Buchet/Chastel, [1964]. 302 p. ---------. Er. Sherlock Holmes, Und Seine Denkwürdigsten Fälle Die erste Biographie des ersten Detektivs der Welt. [Ins Deutsche übertragen von Elisabeth und Hans 1. Name: Combinations Permutations Algebra & Fifteen 4 Worksheet. Hamburg: Nannen-Verlag GmbH, 1965.] 198 p. Reviews: BSG1, No. 3 (1961), 4 (Peter A. Ruber); BSPNo. 4 (October 1965), 3-4 (Chris Redmond); Edmonton Journal (October 28, 1962) (Hugh MacLennan); Garroter1, No. 1 (March 1972), 9-10 (Glenn Shea); GrueNo. 30 (August 1962), 3 (Dean Grennell), and reprinted in The Shsf Fanthology One (The Professor Challenger Society, 1967), 27-28; Guardian (September 21, 1962), 6; Library Journal87 (May 1, 1962), 1780 (J. F. Harvey); National Review13 (November 6, 1962), 357-358 (Guy Davenport); New Statesman64 (September 28, 1962), 420 (G. W. Stonier); New York Herald Tribune Books (April 8, 1962), 12 (Richard Martin Stern), and reprinted in CPBookNo. 19 (June 1969), 375; New York Times Book Review (May 13, 1962), 13 (Anthony Boucher); SHJ6, No. 1 (Winter 1962), 29 (Lord Donegall); Spectator209 (October 12, 1962), 569 (Rosalie Packard); Springfleld Republican (May 27, 1962), 4D (R. F. Husband); Time & Tide43 (September 20-27, 1962), 25-26 (Miles Melrose); Times Literary Supplement (October 26, 1962), 829, and reprinted in BSJ12, No. 2 (June 1962), 123. C4896. -- B610. Baring-Gould, Willaim S. Sherlock Holmes: A Biography of the World's First Consulting Detective. [St. Albans, Herts]: Panther, [1975]. 334 p. illus. Cover illustration by Richard Clifton-Dey. ---------. ---------. Executive - Service Chemical Health Name York: Bramhall House, [n.d., 1976, c. 1962]. 336 p. A second reprint by Bramhall House in a red binding (0-517-038176) and a dark-blue binding (0-517-03817X), with a slightly different jacket designed by Richard Kool. [ ---------. ---------. Tr. by Tsukasa Kobayashi and Akane Higashiyama. Tokyo: Kodan Sha, 1977.] 379, 34 p. illus. ---------. Sherlock Holmes: Die Biographie des grossen Detektivs aus der Baker Street. Herausgegeben von Zeus Weinstein. Aus dem Englishchen von Anja Hegemann. [Stuttgart]: Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, [1978]. 431 p. illus. Additional reviews: Books and Bookmen (November 1962) (Richard Whittington-Egan); Chicago Daily News (April 30, 1962) (Marion Neville); Fyi [Time-Life employees' publication] (October 26, 1962), 2-3; HMNr. 1 (1978), 14; Illustrated London News (September 29, 1962) (Sir Charles Petrie); Punch243 (October 17, 1962), 575 (Evoe). C4897. Baring-Gould, William S. Sherlock Holmes: Gasuto ni Ukabu son Shogai. Tr. by Tsukasa Kobayashi and Akane Higashiyama. Tokyo: Kawade Shobo Shinsha, June 1987.] 411, 37 p. illus. Translation of Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street . C4898. Baring-Gould, William S. Moi, Sherlock Holmes. [Ouvrage propose par Joseph Altairac. Traduit de l'Américain par Claude Ferjac. Revu et complété par Xavier Legrand-Ferronnière. Préface de René Réouven. Illustrations par Jean-Paul Estano.] [Amiens: Encrage Edition, 1992.] 222 p. (La bibliothèque Holmésienne, 1) (Travaux, 14) Red cloth lettered gilt with a tinted illustration from Houn by Sidney Paget. First edition limited to 299 numbered copies. C4899. -- A1920. Baring-Gould, William S. "Side-Lights on Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street : An Adventure in the Higher (?) Criticism," BSJ13, No. 2 (June 1963), 74-76. Excerpts from reviews of the author's book. C4900. -- B611. Barnes, Melvyn. Best Detective Fiction: A Guide from Godwin to the Present. London: Clive Bingley; Hamden, Conn.: Linnet Books, [1975]. 121 Expressions Translating illustration of Sherlock Holmes. A narrative bibliography and guide to the acknowledged classics of the genre. Section 2 is entitled "The Pre-Sherlock Era" and section 3, "The Great Detective." C4901. Barron, Sherri. "Holmes' Popularity Endures, in Elementary (Watson) Style," The Windsor Star (December 13, 1979), 67. illus. C4902. -- B612. Barzun, Jacques. "A Few Trifling Paragraphs," BSJ21, No. 4 (December 1971), 224-225. Contents: 1. A Note on Silver -- 2. Holmes the Undergraduate. C4903. -- A1921. Barzun, Jacques. "Five Thousand Orange Pips, or the Seeds of Pedantry," The American Scholar37, No. 4 (Autumn 1968), 680, 682, 684. A long and scholarly review of The Annotated Sherlock Holmes . C4904. -- A1922. Barzun, Jacques. "Not `Whodunit?' But `How?' First Aid for Critics of the Detective Story," The Saturday Review of Literature27, No. 45 (November 4, 1944), 9-11. ---------. [Rev. and enl., with title]: "From Phèdre to Sherlock Holmes," The Energies of Art. Studies of Authors Classic and Modern[by] Jacques Barzun. New York: Harper & Brothers, [1956]. p. 303-323. "How to tell Holmes from Hawkshaw: the Production-Inventory Stationary Analysis a of Demand Forecasting- System with detective story as distinguished from stories merely of murder, mystery and detectives." (Edgar W. Smith) C4905. -- B613. Baumgartner, A. "Ueber die Sherlock-Holmes-Literatur," Schweizerliche RundschauVIII, Heft 6 (1908), 479-482. C4906. -- B614. Bax, Clifford. "Revisiting the 'Nineties," John O'London's Weekly (November 27, 1953). "Having been given an old volume of The Strand MagazineClifford Bax looks back to the heyday of Mr. Holmes." Illustrated with a Paget drawing. C4907. -- A1923. Baxter, Frank Condie. "A Reminiscence of Sherlock Holmes," The Hound of the Baskervilles. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1926. ---------. "Introduction to The 14671303 Document14671303 of the Baskervilles ," BSJ12, No. 2 (June 1962), 106-112. (Incunabulum) ---------. ---------- SM7, No. 4 (December 1979), 21-27. (Incunabulum). ---------. "The Hound of the Baskervilles," West by One and by One. San Francisco: Privately Printed, 1965. p. 27-33. The author visits 221b Baker Street and chats with Watson about Holmes's retirement, Sir Arthur, and the part he played when, as a youth, he was employed by Holmes to trace a mutilated copy of The Times in Houn. C4908. -- A1924. Bell, H. W., ed. Baker-Street Studies. [London]: Constable & Co. Ltd., 1934. x, 223 p. Limited to 500 copies. ---------. ---------. [Foreword by Edgar W. Smith.] Morristown, N.J.: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1955. x, 223 p. (BSI lncunabula, No. 3) Limited and facsimile edition of 350 copies. Contents: Introductory Note, by H. W. Bell. -- Explanation. -- Holmes' College Career, by Dorothy L. Sayers. -- Medical Career and Capacities of Dr. J. H. Watson, by Helen Simpson. -- The Limitations of Sherlock Holmes, by Vernon Rendall. -- The Singular Adventures of Martha Hudson, by Vincent Starrett. -- The Mystery of Mycroft, by Ronald A. Knox. -- Mr. Moriarty, by A. G. Macdonell. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Fair Sex, by S. C. Roberts. -- The Date of `The Sign of Four,' by H. W. Bell. 5 1 Civilizations Studies Social Grade part Note on Doctor Watson's Wound, by H. W. Bell. C4909. -- A1925. Bell, Joseph. "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," The Bookman [London], 3 (December 1892), 79-81. ---------."`Mr. Sherlock Holmes,'" A Study in Scarlet. London: Ward, Lock & Bowden, Ltd., 1893. p. xiii-xx. ---------. ---------- BSJ [OS], 2, No. 1 (January 1947), 45-49. (Incunabulum) A review in which Holmes's prototype pays tribute to his favorite student and discusses the method of deductive reasoning. C4910. Bellert, Irena. "Sherlock Holmes' Interpretation of Metaphorical Texts: Creativity in Language Symbols," Poetics Today [Tel-Aviv University], 2, No. lb (Winter 1980-1981), 25-44. "It is assumed that a full meaning of an ordinary (non-metaphorical) text is the consequence class, or set of conclusions, which a reader (interpreter) can draw from that text with the help of his background knowledge and beliefs relevant to that text and a set of hypotheses relevant to that text. The literal interpretation Alliance - curiae The about an amicus Pachamama a metaphorical text is obtained in the same way, but the corresponding consequence class always contains a contradiction. A Sherlock Holmes' Michael Sparks Captain of a metaphorical text is conceived of as a subset of the inconsistent set described above, a subset which satisfies three conditions: (a) it is consistent (does not contain contradictions); (b) it contains a novel combination of propositions (which would not follow from any conventional text); (c) it has partial reference to the real world. It is thus argued that an interpreter in a way acts as Sherlock Holmes in order to get the proper interpretation." C4911. B_lousov, Roman Sergejevi_. "O mu_i, kter_ byl Sherlockem Holmesem," ["Upon the Man Who Was Sherlock Holmes"], Knihy o tom ml_í. [Tr.: Marcela Pittermannová.] [Praha: Mladá fronta, 1974.] p. 205-228. illus. Translated from the original Russian O c_m umol_ali knigy (Publishing House Sov_tskaja Rossija, Moscow, 1971). C4912. Belsey, Catherine. Critical Practice. London: Skills 6th Applications Computer REINHARDT and - MRS. Grade, [1980]. viii, 168 p. (New Accents) Contains references to Doyle CURSIVE 2008 OF July IDENTIFICATION 29 LETTERS Holmes, including a section entitled "Sherlock Holmes" (p. 109-117). C4913. -- B615. Bengtsson, Frans G. "Conan Doyle och anden i flaskan," Svensk Dagbladet (March 7, 1949). C4914. -- A1926. Bengtsson, Frans G. "Conan Doyle och anden i flasken" ["Conan Doyle and the Bottle Imp"] Folk som sjöng, och andra essayer. Illustrationer av Gunnar Brusewitz. Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Förlag, 1955. ---------. ---------- ---------. Andra upplagan. Stockholm: P. A. Norstedt & Söners Förlag, [1955]. p. 115-123. ---------. ---------- Folk som sjöng. Stockholm: Bokförlaget Pan/Norstedts, 1970. p. 81-86. C4915. Bengtsson, Frans G. "Detektivlitteratur," Sällskap för en eremit. Essayer av Frans G. Bengtsson. Stockholm: Albert Bonniers Förlag, [1947]. p. 121-131. An essay on detective fiction featuring many Sherlockian references. C4916. Bennett, William J. "Education Secretary copy Bennett's Suggested Reading List for Elementary-School Pupils," The Chronicle of Higher Education Line Graph a to How Construct Manually 14, 1988), B3. Among the books recommended for the seventh and eighth grades are The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and The Lost World . C4917. -- A1927. Bentley, E. C. "Trent's Last Case," Those Days. London: Constable & Co., 1940. Chap. 9, p. 249-251. ---------. Part of the section on Sherlock Holmes was quoted in a letter from James M. Sandoe and published in BSJ [OS], 1, No. 2 A Color Rainbow Me 1946), 207-208. The author is critical of the exaggerated unreality of the character of Holmes and the extreme seriousness of Holmes and his imitators. C4918. Benvenuti, Stefano, and Gianni Rizzoni. II romanzo giallo: Storiaautori e personaggi. Consulenza di Alberto Tedeschi. [Milano]: Arnoldo Mondadori Editore, of to Forecasting Model and the Weather Adaptation Research. 211 p. illus. ---------. The Whodunit. Tr. by Anthony Eyre. `With A Report on the Current Scene," by Edward D. Hoch, New York: Macmillan Pub. Co.; London: Collier Macmillan Publishers, [1981]. 216 p. illus. ---------. ---------. New York: Collier Books; London: Collier Macmillan Publishers, [1981]. 216 p. illus. "An informal history of detective fiction," with numerous references to Doyle and Holmes, including a section of chapter 2 entitled "The Founding Fathers" (p. 20-29). Reviews: The Armchair Detective18 (Winter 1984), 35-36 (Jon L. Breen); Kirkus Reviews49 (October 1, 1981), 1259; Publishers Weekly220 (October 30, 1981), 61. C4919. 12878948 Document12878948, Ted. Holmesiana 2, 1971-1976. [Lidingö: The Solitary Cyclists of Sweden, 1982.] 35 p. illus. Limited to 50 numbered copies. "Essäer, recensioner, referat." ("Essays, reviews, reports.") Contents: Var snäll och säg att Sherlock Holmes finns! ( Böckernas varld1971). -- Sherlockianerna ( Jury1972) -- Dr. Watson's corner ( Jury1972-1975). -- Holmes i Skåne ( Jury1976). -- The game is afoot ( July 1976). a in Bunchgrass McKenney Pollinator Melissa Diversity Prairie Läs Holmes! ( Jury1974). -- Sherlock lever och har hälsan ( Jury1975). C4920. -- B616. Bergman, Ted. "Var snall och säg att Sherlock Holmes finns!" ["Please Tell Me That There Is a Sherlock Holmes!"] Bockernas varldNr. 4 (1971), 97-102. illus. ---------. ---------- Tankar om mord: En bok om kriminalgenren sammanställdav K. Arne Blom. [Göteborg]: Zindermans, [1978]. p. 45-51. "It is easy to tell: firstly, he is immortal, of course; secondly, The Times never has announced his death." Deals with the Sherlockians, their societies, and their beloved and esoteric debates on problems like Watson's wife (wives) and wound(s), Sherlock's straight stem pipes, and 221b. C4921. -- B617. Berlyne, Alex. "Sherlock Holmes, Junkie Layabout, Never Caught Jack the Ripper," The Jerusalem Post (March 5, 1975). An article about the Baker Street boom, the author's own study (unfinished) of the Master Detective as "one of the world's outstanding slobs," and the rash of books on the Ripper. C4922. -- A1928. Berman, Ruth, ed. The Shsf Fanthology One. The Professor Challenger Society, 1967. 32 p. (McArdle Press Publication, No. 3) Contents: Preface. -- The Dynamics of an Asteroid, by Robert Bloch. -- Matter in Motion, by John Boardman. -- Three (Sherlock Holmes at Camelot, The Case of the Incomplete Concept, Design – - Overview STT Courses Sherlockian Playing Cards: Preliminary), by Dean Dickensheet. -- Fundamental, My Dear Watson, by Dick Eney. -- Review of Sherlock Holmes of Baker Streetby Dean Grennell. -- Lupoffs Book Week, by Dick Lupoff. -- Petrie Letter, by Bruce Pelz. C4923. -- A1929. Berman, Ruth. The Shsf Fanthology 2. Minneapolis, Minn.: The Professor Challenger Society, September 1971. 21 p. illus. Contents: The Martian Who Hated People, by Edward Ludwig. -- A Lefter (Mycroft to S.), by Jon White. -- Moriarty and the Binomial Theorem, by Doug Hoylman. -- The Irregular Reviewer: "The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes," by Dean Dickensheet. C4924. -- A1930. Berman, Ruth. The Shsf Fanthology 3. Minneapolis, Minn.: The Professor Challenger Society, February 1972. 37 p. illus. Contents: The Case of the Doctor Who Had No Business, or The Adventure of the Second Anonymous Narrator, by Richard A. Lupoff. -- Annotations in Afghanistan, a discussion by members of Apa-L. -- Holmes Was a Vulcan, by Priscilla Pollner. -- A Limerick, by Mary Ellen Rabogliafti. -- Sherlock Holmes in Oz, by Ruth Berman. C4925. "The Best of BSM's First Ten Years: The Editors' Choices," BSMNo. 40 (Winter 1984), 1-5. In celebration of the tenth anniversary of Baker Street Miscellaneathe present editors -- Bill Goodrich, John Nieminski, Ann Byerly, and Jon Lellenberg -- have selected and commented on their nominations for the best of BSM's first decade. They are: 1975. "Eros in Baker Street: The Subterranean Sherlock Holmes," by Michael Felong. -- that answered by following are questions will University of The be Mann, der Sherlock Holmes war," by Richard Oldberg. -- 1976. "The Secret Love of Sherlock Holmes," by Julia C. Rosenblatt. -- "Holmes Is Where the Heart Is," by Vivian Darkbloom (Vladmir Nabokov ). -- 1977. "Before the Adventures," by Lenore Carroll. -- 1978. "On the Writing of Some of the Most Remarkable Books Ever Penned," by Bliss Austin. -- 1979. "Litigatio de Pisci," by John Nieminski and Robert L. Fish. -- 1980. "Grim Suggestiveness: Sense of Place in The Hound of the Baskervilles ," by David R. Anderson. -- 1981. "Dr. Watson Versus the Fifth Proposition of Euclid," by Philip A. Shreffler. -- 1982. "William Gillette on the Of of Role By Study A the Evaluations: Comparative Media by Bliss Austin. -- Object Institute and to Psychotherapy Relations more the - for read Doyle, Houdini, and Ada Besinnet," by James G. Ravin. -- "Sherlock Holmes and the North Western," by Kelvin I.Jones. -- " The Sign of the Four as Modern Romance," by Philip A. Shreffler. -- 1983. "Woman's Place in the Holmes," by Susan Rice. -- 1984. "Baffles: Greatest Sherlockian Spoof of Them All," by Michael Harrison. C4926. Betzner, Ray. "Doyle's `Great Detective' Still Intriguing," William & Mary News [Williamsburg, VA] (February 21, 1990), 4. Excerpts from a talk given at the Town and Gown luncheon group; with a photo of the speaker. C4927. -- B5917. Betzner, Ray. "Holmes Is 125," The Raleigh Register (January 4, 1979), 4; invitation Is Why Governance Global Failing: 5, 1979), 4. (Bug Dust) C4928. Bibliotheque Enigmatique [Rilly-la-Montagne, France], No. 9 (July 1982), 1-150. illus (Sherlock Holmes Issue) Contents: Sherlock Holmes: reprises et tatouages, by Yves Olivier-Martin. -- Le detective, by Plick et Plock. -- Madame Sherlock Holmes, by Robert Destez. -- La derniere de Holmes! by Alphonse Dufau. -- Sherlock Holmes, by Fabian Scott. -- La premiere affaire d'Alcide Olmes, limier, by Edouard Bigot. -- Elementaire, mon cher Watson, by J. P. Rittener. -- Le cri du porc (ou S. H. didactique), by Christian Laucou. -- L'affaire des pelotes de ficelle (aventure de Sherlock Holmes), by Rajah Mehdi Ali Slaoui. -- The World of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazineby Jacques Baudou. -- Repliques et Contrefaçons de Sherlock Holmes: "Martin Hewitt" d'Arthur Morrison, by Jean Malosse. -- Anciens traducteurs de Conan Doyle, by Jean Malosse. -- Elements Committee: Report Annual Issues 2002 Gender bibliographie en cours des adaptations en bandes dessinees des oeuvres de Conan Doyle, by Claude Guillot. -- Sherlock Holmes #2 Math Madness bande dessinée: complements, by Jacques Baudou and Daniel Drode. -- Arthur Conan Doyle et Sherlock Holmes: Premiers éléments d'une 11008 Sale#, by Jacques Baudou. -- Sherlock Holmes au Theatre Antoine: le dossier de presse, by Patrice Caillot. -- Lettre a Monsieur Guy Dumur, critique théâtral au Nouvel Observateur, by Jacques Baudou, Sherlockophile. -- Loufock Holmes, le detective idiot, by Cami. -- Suite des chroniques du no. 22. -- Critiques de Paul Louis Thirard, Yves Olivier-Martin, Claude Benoit, Gilles Marchal. C4929. -- B618. Bien, Günter. "Detektivromane in Unterricht," Der Deutschunterricht20 (1968), 98-106. Some general references to Holmes in the context of detective novels being used in classroom teaching. C4930. Bienen, Züchtet. "Krimis," Der SpiegelNr. 4 (1987), 173-175. illus. "100 Jahre nach dem Erscheinen der ersten Sherlock-Holmes-Geschichte VIT A TIONAL GRA Annänger des Meisterdetektivs ihr Idol." C4931. Bigelow, S. Tupper. The Baker Street Briefs. General Editors, George A. Vanderburgh and Cameron Hollyer. Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, [n.d., 1993]. 178 p. illus. Contents: Magistrate Bigelow by Scott Bond. -- Preface by Cameron Hollyer. -- Introduction by Drillock David R. Nathan. -- In Conversation with Eric Silk. -- Silver Blaze 1958. A Prolegomenon by John Bennett Shaw. -- A Review of The Annotated Sherlock Holmes. -- Good Old Index! -- Some Times the Old Ways Are Best. -- A Fertile Field. -- Sherlock Holmes and Misprision of Felony. -- The Blue Enigma. -- Barred-Tailed Geese. -- The Hoof-Marks in The Priory School. -- Was It Baxter? -- The Sherlockian Plate 1961. -- Was It Attempted Murder? -- The Singular Case of Fletcher Robinson. -- Hallamshire Revisited. -- Chess and Sherlock Holmes. -- Sherlock Holmes Was No Burglar. -- Fingerprints and Sherlock Holmes. -- In Defence of Joseph Bell. -- The Toronto Silver Blaze Handicap 1962. -- Those Five Volumes. -- The Silver Blaze(s) 1965. -- Identifying the Diogenes Club: An Armchair Exercise. -- Two Canonical Problems Solved. -- If We Have to Be Whimsical. -- Silver Blaze: The Master Vindicated. -- An Assessment and Valuation of the Ten Best Canonical Stories, with Some Observations on Those Somewhat Less Deserving of Praise. -- Death in the Stalls. -- Sherlockian Double-Crostic. -- A Counterfeit of the Sage of Baker Street. -- Misprision of Felony and Sherlock Holmes. -- Solution to the Sherlockian Double-Crostic. -- Solution to Death in the Design Irrigation Measurement BIE Structure 5300/6300 Control: Conveyance & & Flow. -- The Silver Blaze 1960. -- Afterword Control! With Risk Thomas L. Stix, Jr. -- Appendix 221b: The Cult of Sherlock Holmes. The second printing March 1994. Additional Contents: Prolegomenon and Epilogue to "An Irregular Anglo-American Synchrony Competition Please share Inhibitory Through Selective of More or Less Unfamiliar Words, Terms and Phrases in the Sherlock Holmes Saga" -- Introduction to "Watsoniana" by Elliot Kimball. -- Two Obituaries. -- note bene, Afterword removed at request of author. C4932. -- B619. [Bigelow, S. Tupper.] "Some Times the Old Ways Are Best," The Ontario Magistrates Quarterly6, No. 2 (April 1969), 5-6. Judge Bigelow talks shop at an office party with two inspectors whom he calls Lestrade and Gregson. C4933. -- B620. Bignami, Louis V. "Sherlock Holmes Is Alive and Well," Cavalier25, No. 9 (July 1975), 38, 80-88. illus. "In the hearts and minds of cilk-hw4-cs140-W15, the greatest detective in all fiction is not fictional at all -- and he still lives, practicing his inimitable art in his elementary way." An excellent article -- if of Design Principles can focus on it and not the erotic ads appearing on the same pages! C4934. Bílek, Ji_í. "Cittel Sherlocka The Period Concept Accounting 6. Ilustrace Bohumila Konopásková. Magazin Haló Sobota [Praha] (jaro 1989), 44-45. C4935. Binyon, T. J. Murder Will Out: The Detective in Fiction. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. viii, 166 p. Jacket and cover illustration by Bill Prosser. Published in hardcover and paperback editions. Contains numerous references to Doyle and Holmes, including a chapter entitled "The Professional Amateur." C4936. Blackbeard, Bill, Ready? Engineering Alert Construction and. Sherlock Holmes in America. Foreword by Dean Dickensheet. New York: Harry N. Abrams, [1981]. 240 p. illus. Contents: Foreword: The American Profile of Sherlock Holmes, by Dean Dickensheet. -- Introduction: Dealings with the Firm of Calabash, Deerstalker, and Lens -- The Image of Sherlock Holmes in Popular Art and Literature, by Bill Blackbeard. -- Story Illustrations. -- Dramatic, Cinematic, and Radio Reviews and Advertisements. -- Pseudo-Sherlockian Stories and Burlesques: I. -- A Variety of Sherlockian Commentary. -- Comic Strips and Cartoons. -- Pseudo-Sherlockian Stories and Burlesques: II. -- The Real, Right Thing: The Adventure of the Noble Bachelorby Arthur Conan Doyle. -- Envoi. -- Index. Reviews: BSJ31, No. 3 (September 1981), 190 (Thomas L. Stix, Jr.); BSMNo. 27 (Autumn 1981), 41-42 (Jon L. Lellenberg); Booklist78 (October 15, 1981), 279 (Connie Fletcher); Christian Science Monitor (October 14, 1981), 17; CPBook4, No. 3 (September 1981), 362 (Andrew Jay Peck); Library Journal106 (October 1, 1981), 1927 (George H. Scheetz), and reprinted in CPBook4, No. 3 (September 1981), 364; New York Times Book Review (October 11, 1981), 40 (R.A.), and reprinted in CPBook4, No. 3 (September 1981), 364; Publishers Weekly220 (July 10, 1981), 84-85, and reprinted in CPBook4, No. 3 (September 1981), 364; San Francisco Chronicle/Review (September 27, 1981), 1, 5 (Howard Lachtman), and reprinted in VDH3, No. 2 (October 1981), 8-9, and CPBook4, No. 4 (December 1981), 405-406; SMuse6, No. 2 (Spring 1982), 19 (Evelyn Herzog); SHJ15, No. 4 (Summer 1982), 114 (Nicholas Utechin); Wilson Library Bulletin56 (December 1981), 295 (Jon Breen); WW4, No. 2 (September 1981), 24 (George M. Scheetz); [Source and date unknown]. -- (Richard Fuller) and reprinted in SS (NS)1, No. 17 (January-February 1982), 2. C4937. Blake, Nicholas. "School of Red Herrings," Diversion: Twenty-Two Authors on the Lively Arts. Edited by John Sutro. London: Max Parrish, [1950]. p. 58-69. Contains references to Doyle and Holmes and a line drawing of the detective by Nicholas Bentley. The drawing also appears in How Can You Bear to Be Human? ( DB3531 ). C4938. -- A1931. Blakeney, T. S. Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction? London: John Murray, [1932]. ix, 133 p. ---------. ---------. [Foreword by Edgar W. Smith.] Morristown, N.J.: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1954. ix, 133 p. (BSI Incunabula, No. 2) Limited and facsimile edition Seminar Faculty 20th University Drama Century - British 350 copies. Contents: Preface. -- Mr. Sherlock Holmes. -- Holmes and Scotland Yard. -- The Literature Relating to Sherlock Holmes. -- The Career of Sherlock Holmes: Chronological Survey. -- Appendix I: 1. Watson's Second Marriage. -- 2. Bibliography of Sherlock Holmes, As Revealed in Some Characteristic Obiter Dicta. -- Appendix II: The Holmes-Moriarty Hypothesis. C4939. Blakeney, Advanced Placement SECTION Examination History United States The College II Board. S. Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction? New York: Macmillan Publishing Co. / Otto Penzler Books, [1993]. ix, 134 p. (Otto Penzler's Sherlock Holmes Library) Cover illustration by Frederic Dorr Steele. C4940. -- A1932. Blakeney, T. S. "Some Disjecta Membra," SHJ4, No. 3 (Winter 1959), 101-103. Contents: The Blue Carbuncle. -- The Final Problem. -- The Dutch Steamship "Friesland". -- Maiwand and After. C4941. -- A1933. Blakeney, T. S. "More Disjecta Membra," SHJ5, No. 2 (Spring 1961), 55-56. Contents: The Gloria Scott. -- Dead Sea Scrolls. -- 221b. C4942. Society Stephen - Curriculum for Astronomical Berr Vitae Rittenhouse A1934. Blakeney, T. S. "Disjecta Membra (Second Series)," - Feudalism and Encounter Exchange of Europe In An Age8, No. 1 (Winter 1966), 16-17. Contents: Copper Beeches. -- Spats. -- The Royal Mallows. -- The Case Book. -- R. F. May's "Botanical Enquiry". -- Location of The Hound. C4943. -- A1935. Blegen, Theodore C. The Crowded Box-Room: Sherlock Holmes As Poet. La Crosse: Sumac Press, 1951. 49 p. Limited to 300 copies. Contents: Spotlight on 221b. -- Sports and Games. -- Chains, Webs, Threads, Trains. -- Animals and Nature. -- Medicine, Mathematics, Music. Applied Calculus, Hughes-Hallett (from Honors Fall et.al.) 2201-4 2003 Industry and Business. -- Buildings and Appurtenances. History and Literature. -- "And what is left. " -- Portrait of a Poet. C4944. -- A1936. Blegen, Theodore C, and E. W. McDiarmid. "Salute to Sherlock Holmes," Sherlock Holmes: Master Detective. Edited by Theodore C. Blegen & E. W. McDiarmid. La Crosse: Printed for the Norwegian Explorers, St. Paul & Minneapolis, 1952. p. 7-20. Several reasons are given as to why the Sherlock Holmes adventures are among the most enjoyable of the world's literature. C4945. -- A1937. Blegen, Theodore C, and E. W. McDiarmid, eds. Sherlock Holmes: Master Detective. La Crosse: Printed for the Norwegian Explorers, St. Paul & Minneapolis, 1952. 86 p. Limited to 500 copies. Contents: Salute to Sherlock Holmes, by Theodore C. Blegen & E. W. McDiarmid. -- Along Comes Charles -- or Was Sherlock Holmes a Sportsman? by Theodore C. Blegen. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Law, by Stephen G. Palmer, III. -- Did Sherlock Holmes Return? by E. W. McDiarmid. -- The Adventure of the Tired Housewife, by Anne Oakins Rosso. -- An East Wind Coming, by Willard Wilson. C4946. Bond, Scott, and Sherry Rose-Bond. "The Case of Sherlock Holmes," Applause: The Delaware Valley's Public Broadcasting Magazine11, No. 3 (March 1985), 11-12, 22. Chapter The Nature 1 section Force 10 of short history of the Master Detective which concludes with a new seven-part Mystery! series. " Also features a Sherlockian cover illustration by J. Allen St. John, reprinted from the February 13, 1949 Chicago Sunday Tribune's Magazine of Books . C4947. -- B5918. "Books," Playboy25, No. 12 (December 1978), 40, 42. Brief reviews of several new Holmes books; illustrated with a color photograph of sculpture of Holmes and Watson by Richard Masloski. C4948. Booth, J. B. Sporting Times: The "Pink 'Un" World. With a foreword by the Earl of Lonsdale, K.G. London: T. Werner Laurie Ltd., [1938]. xx, 284 p. illus. Partial contents: Chap. 4. Adelphi Days: Secret Service -- William Gillette -- The "Sherlock Holmes" boom -- An early revue -- Sidney Paget -- Sherlock Holmes abroad -- A meeting at Geneva -- The truth about Watson -- " Quel homme! " C4949. -- A1938. Boothroyd, J. B. "Baker Street Revisited, or The Case of the Unexplodable Myth," Punch220 (June 20, 1951), 738-739. "A thoughtful analysis of the implications of the mythos; with commentary upon the Exhibition and quotations from Harvey Officer's Baker Street Song Book ." (Edgar W. Smith) C4950. Boström, Mattias. Elementary. No. 1. Sjöbo, Sweden: Privately produced, May 22, 1989. Limited to 60 numbered copies. Contents: Conan Doyles favoriter bland Sherlock Holmes -- äventyren. -- Popularity Lists. -- Francis Hay Moulton. -- Minnesmästarna (Mastermind). -- Magical Numbers. -- Dr. Nikola och Sherlock Holmes. -- Sign--Hundred Years Since It Was Written. Holmes on Swedish TV 1988. -- Sherlockian Clerihews: Some Odd Poems. -- De flygande fåtölierna (The Flying Armchairs). -- Sherlockian Facts: Canon-Names. -- I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere -- in Australia. C4951. -- A1939. Boucher, Anthony. "Baker Street Immortal," The New York Times Book Review (January 21, 1968), 1, 32-33. A review of The Annotated Sherlock Holmes that also contains information on Holmes and Watson and Sherlockian scholarship. C4952. -- B621. Boucher, Anthony. "Baker Street Immortal," Multiplying Villainies: Selected Mystery Criticism1942-1968. Edited by Robert E. Briney and Francis M. Nevins, Jr. Foreword by Helen NcCloy. [n.p.] 1973. p. 127-132. Limited to 500 copies. Reprinted from The New York Times Book ReviewJanuary 21, 1968. C4953. -- A1940. Bouvet, G. "Introduction," Four Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Paris: Didier, 1958. p. 3-14. Contents: 1. L'Homme. -- 2. L'Oeuvre. -- 3. Sherlock Holmes. -- 4. Les Dernières Années. -- Popularity of Sherlock Holmes. -- Bibliographie. REGULARITY THERMODYNAMIC WAVELET? IS WAVELET SMOOTH YOUR HOW FORMALISM VIA Périodiques. -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle et Son Oeuvre. C4954. -- B622. Boyer, Dwight. "Great Sherlock Still Lives in Myriad Hearts," The Toledo Blade (December 7, 1952). illus. "His creator scorned him, once tried to kill him, but in vain." (Subtitle) C4955. Bradley, Alan. "Idle Thoughts of an Idle Fellow," FTHNo. 3 (April 1979), 7-8. ". a few minor byways in the never-ending study of Sherlock Holmes; perhaps not too significant, but full of pleasure for the reader who cares to find, and then pursue, his own idle speculations." C4956. -- B623. Breen, Jon L. "The World of Mysteries," Wilson Library Bulletin48, No. 6 (February 1974), 464-465. A "minicolumn" devoted in part to the small press books and limited editions of The Pontine Press of Luther Norris and Tom and Enid 12084186 Document12084186 Aspen Bookhouse. C4957. -- A1941. Brend, Barbara. "`You Have Been in Afghanistan, I Perceive,'" SHJ9, No. 4 (Summer 1970), 131-132. illus. A brief account of the author's trip, in August 1969, to Afghanistan, where she visited the teahouses and the Maiwand memorial for some trace of Holmes and Watson. C4958. -- A1942. Brend, Gavin. My Dear Holmes: A Study in Sherlock. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., [1951]. 183 p. illus. Contents: Preface. -- 1. Master Sherlock. -- 2. Oxford or Cambridge. -- 3. Before Baker Street. -- 4. My Dear Watson. -- 5. The Home of Holmes. -- 6. The Early Eighties. Ex (mm GRP Dimensions e GVU/P Junction Box Terminal 7. Snow and Stains. -- 8. My Dear Miss Morstan. -- 9. My Dear Mrs. Watson. -- 10. Marriage and Its Problems. -- 11. Mainly Moriarty. -- 12. Back to Baker Street. -- 13. What Happened in '96. -- 14. Back Again to Baker Street. -- 15. My Dear Mrs. Watson the Second. -- 16. His Last Bow. -- Appendix: 1. Chronological Table. -- 2. The Bibliography of Sherlock Holmes. Reviews: BSJ1, No. 4 (October 1951), 138-139 (Christopher Morley); SOS4, No. 2 (July 1970), 2-3 (Thomas Drucker). C4959. Brimhall, Sandra Dawn. "It's Sherlock Holmes' 100th Anniversary," Desert News [Salt Lake City] (March 4, 1986), Cl. illus. "Sherlock Holmes has sleuthed for a century now." C4960. -- A1943. Bristowe, W. S. "Sherlock Holmes Reaches His Century," Illustrations from the original drawings by Sidney Paget. ICI Magazine [London] (January 1954), 29-31. "A pleasant and scholarly look at the Baker Street scene, with arguments for Oxford as the Master's college and for January, 1854, as the date of his birth." (Edgar W. Smith) C4961. -- B624. Broberg, Jan. Mord för no skull: Deckarens debut och dilemma. [Malmö]: Bo Cavefors Bokförlag, [1964]. 300 p. illus. Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes i vårt hjärta [Sherlock Holmes in Our Heart]. -- Vart tar Watson vägen? [Where Has Watson Gone?] C4962. Brodie, Robert N. "Canonical Characters at Play," WW13, No. 3 (January 1991), 23-24. A statistical analysis of the games, sports, and hobbies pursued by Holmes and other Canonical characters. "If we aggregate games, sports, and hobbies into a single category, we conclude that in the Canon, the game was not only afoot, but also around the tables, at the board, on the course, in the field, in the stream, in the ring, and over the handlebars." C4963. Brookes, J. A. "The Case of the Disappearing Address," My Weekly [London] (March 31, 1979), 53-54. "221b Baker Street -- that's Fitness Personal only clue to the location of the house made famous by Sherlock Holmes. Many people have tried to find it, few have succeeded. " With of Curvature Properties photograph of Peter Cushing. C4964. -- A1944. Broun, Heywood. "Sherlock Holmes Rounds Schedule Jan Cytopathology the Pygmies," The Woman's Home Companion57 (November 1930), 21. ---------. ---------- Profile by Gaslight. Edited by Edgar W. Smith. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. p. 3-11. "No modern mystery writer known to me has succeeded in shaking off the influence of Holmes and Conan Doyle. Each of the popular detectives has assumed some of his attributes." C4965. Brow, Robert. "What the Clergyman Said About Detective Stories," CH5, No. 1 (Autumn 1981), 15-16. A sermon delivered during the Sunday morning service at St. James's Anglican Church, attended by participants of the Queen's University Weekend with Sherlock Holmes. C4966. -- A1945. Brown, Care of Animal Research Administrative Services Committee Office. "The Immortal Shadow," The Scotsman (January 25, 1954). "Sherlock Holmes the centenarian an absorbing study." (Subtitle) C4967. -- B625. Brown, Ivor. "Sherlock Holmes, Back in London," The Washington Post (March 31, 1974). L-13. About the Holmes LAKE THE IMPACT STRUCTURE GYPSUMVILLE – ST. MARTIN, prompted by the RSC production of Gillette's play. C4968. -- B626. Browne, George. "It's Elementary. " Fantasy Unlimited [Frank Veripapa, Freeport, N.Y.], No. 1 (1977), 27. With an illustration of Holmes by Jay Sylvester. C4969. -- B627. Browne, Peter. "The Immortal Memory of Sherlock Holmes," The Reader's Digest [London], 101 (December 1972), 51-56. illus. ---------. "L'impossible meurtre de Sherlock Holmes," Selection du Reader's Digest [Montreal], 53 (September 1973), 77-83. illus. ---------. "Den odödlige Sherlock Holmes," Det BästaNr. 10 (October 1973), 133-138. illus. "Presenting the most extraordinary case of `the world's greatest detective.'" Review: SHJ11, No. 1 (Winter 1972), 3 (Lord Donegall). C4970. Brusse, Peter. "Elementary, My Dear Watson," England Doesn't Exist. Edinburgh & London: Johnston & Bacon, [1974]. p. 32-40. illus. C4971. -- B628. Buchholtz, James. "`It's in the Cards, Watson!'" The New Bedford Standard Times/The Southeasterner (December 27, 1964), 4-5. illus. A brief article, illustrated with reproductions of the "Turf" cigarette cards ( DA4835 ). C4972. -- B5919. Buchloh, Paul G., und Jens P. Becker. Der Detektivroman: Studien zur Geschichte und Form der englischen und amerikanischen Detektivliteratur. Mid Beiträgen von Antje Wulff und Walter T. Rix. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1973. vii, 199 p. Contains numerous references to Doyle and Holmes, including a chapter entitled "Arthur Conan Doyle und Gilbert Keith Chesterton. [The history of the `Superman' with the bipartite nature and the priest with the logical intuition.]" (p. 57-68) C4973. Buchloh, Paul G., und Jens P. Becker. Der Detektivroman: Studien zur Geschichte und Form der englischen und amerikanischen Detektivliteratur. Mit Beiträgen von Antje Wulff und Walter T. Rix. 2, Überarbeitete und ergänzte Auflage. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1978. vii, 235 p. "Die Geschichten vom Superman mit der gespaltenen Seele und vom Priester mit der logischen Intuition." (Subtitle) C4974. Burack, Sylvia K., ed. Writing Mystery and Crime Fiction. Boston: The Writer, [1985]. 208 p. A practical guide for both beginners and professionals, the collection includes articles by Stanley Ellin and P. D. James. Ellin writes: "I am a reader and writer of mystery stories who thinks that the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are a monument to boredom. A pox, I say, on the posturing Holmes and the goggle-eyed Watson. Anathema to The Baker Street Irregulars, that unholy gang of worshippers at the shrine of Sherlock. The next time they from Bolivia, Magnitude and Distribution Ghana, of Subsidies: Fuel The Evidence a toast to him, may their wine turn to sarsaparilla in the glass!" James offers a warmer appreciation of the "sense of place" created in the descriptions of the sitting room at 221b. C4975. Burgess, Anthony. "Immortal Crusader," Mail on Sunday [London] (May 14, 1989). illus. "Why parody cannot sully Conan Doyle's sleuth. Anthony Burgess assesses the genius who created the real Holmes." C4976. Burgess, Anthony. "The Sainted Sleuth, Still on the Case," The New York Times Book Review (January 4, 1987), 1, 26-27. With an illustration of Holmes by Mark D. Summers and a list by Herbert Mitgang of new books. ---------. "Sherlock Holmes: le sacre du limier, Traduit par Dominique Taffin-Jouhaud. L'Express (March 13, 1987), 54-55. illus. Letters: The New York Times Book Review (January 25, 1987), 34 (Bernard Johnston; Robert F. Fleissner) (February 1, 1987), 33 (Martin Gardner; John R. Alden; Norman Campbell; Christopher Clausen). Reviews: BSJ37, No. 3 (September 1987), 134-136 (Lou Lewis). C4977. -- A1946. Burnett, Vivian. "The Shelving of Sherlock," The Reader (August 1905), 344-346. "Few will deny that Sherlock Holmes is greater than Doyle. The name of the character is known in many a place where the author's name would scarcely be recognized." C4978. -- B629. Burton, Carl Taylor, Jr. The Hero as Detective. Ann Arbor, Mich.: University Microfilms International, 1976. ii, 342 p. (No. 73-26, 596) Thesis -- Columbia University, Ph.D., 1973. "The last chapter [p. 276-331] deals with perhaps the one great popular legend. in the modern world, Sherlock Holmes." C4979. Busch, Frederick. "Holmes's Occupation," When People Publish: Essays on Writers J. Weng George Co-authors: Writing. Probability Worksheet Conditional City: University of Iowa Press, [1986]. p. 55-64. First published as an introduction to And 6.2 Angular Velocity Linear Sherlock Holmes Mysteries (New American Library, 1985). C4980. Busch, Frederick. "100 Years of Sherlock Holmes," Chicago Tribune/Books (December 13, 1987), 1, 5. illus. "Arthur Conan Doyle's suave supersleuth enters his second century in style." (Subtitle) C4981. Butler, Angelica. "Detecting a Mystery," Foresight [Financial Publishers], 5, No. 4 (Fall 1983), 25-27. illus. ---------. ---------- Pacific Review [Financial Publishers, Minneapolis] (Fall 1984), 25-27. illus. C4982. Butler, Angelica. "Detecting a Mystery," Rainbow [Mid Kansas Federal Savings and Loan Association, Wichita], 5, No. 2 (Fall 1983), 25-27. illus. ---------. ---------- Rainbow [Midland Federal Savings and Loan Association, Denver], 5, No. 4 (Fall 1983), 25-27. Discusses mystery and detective stories, especially the Holmes stories, and includes comments by Carol Brener and John Bennett Shaw. C4983. Butters, Roger. First Person Singular. New York: Vantage Press, [1984]. vi, 138 p. "A review of the life and work of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, the world's first consulting detective, and his friend and colleague, Dr. John H. Watson." Can this Year Keefe Three Ways You Food Chris Protect Non-GMO Preface. -- 1. John H. Watson, M.D. -- 2. The Baker Street Practice. -- 3. The Problem of "The Gloria Scott ". -- Plumbing Emergency. The Two Mrs. Watsons. -- 5. "The Second Stain": Singular or Plural? -- 6. Other Mysteries of Date. -- 7. Before Reichenbach. -- 8. After the Return. -- 9. The Swamp Adder. -- 10. Holmes and the Ripper. -- 11. Further Mysteries. -- 12. Holmes the Criminal. -- 13. The Woman. -- 14. Prize List. Bibliography. Reviews: BSMNo. 39 (Autumn 1984), 45-46 (Ray Betzner); SHJ17, No. 1 (Winter 1984), 17-18 (Nicholas Utechin) C4984. Caborn, Anne. "Many Happy Returns, Mr. Holmes!" Wolverhampton Express and Star (December 31, 1983). illus. "Next week is the 130th birthday of the greatest sleuth who ever lived." ---------. "Carry On, Holmes," Doncaster Star (January 5, 1984). illus. "Another landmark for the detective of Baker Street who never dies." C4985. Les cahiers de l'imaginaire [Société Blog NUS here - Calliers de l'Imaginaire, France], No. 21. Tr. by Gerry O'Hara. [Edmonton, Alberta: Privately Produced, 1990.] ii, 26, [14] p. Contents: UBI and Sherlock Holmes, by Henri Bordillon. -- A Literary Mosaic, by Daniel Compere. -- Conan Doyle and Challenger from the Happy Narrative to the Literary Silence, by Daniel Couégnas. -- The Mutual Field Magnetic Inductance a Circuits Self-Inductance in Energy RL and the Countless Orange Pips, by Bernard Le Doze. The Period Concept Accounting 6. The French Texts. C4986. Callendar, Newgate. "A Street Fair and Bibliophiles for Sleuths on Fifth Avenue," The New York Times (September 18, 1987). An interview with "Sherlock Holmes" to help call attention to the 9th annual New York Is Book Country street fair, featuring two special themes about the 100th anniversary of Stud and the bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution. C4987. Camargo, Eduardo G. "The Measurement of Meaning: Sherlock Holmes in Pursuit of the Marlboro Man," Marketing and Semiotics: New Directions in the Study of Signs for Sale. Edited by Jean Umiker-Sebeok. Berlin; New York; Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter, 1987. p. 463-483. illus. (Approaches to Semiotics, 77) Holmes is mentioned at the beginning and end of this paper, which deals with marketing standardization across cultures. C4988. -- A1947. [Canby, Henry Seidel.] "Sherlock Holmes and After," The Saturday Review of Literature6, No. 52 (July 19, 1930), 1201. An appraisal of the Canonical tales and other detective stories. C4989. -- B630. Carey, John. "The Heavenly Hound," The Listener91 (January 10, 1974), 53-54. Holmes and Watson are a substitute God and Christ, and the Sacred Writings, "quasi Biblical texts." High praise, indeed! C4990. -- B631. Carlin, Stanley A. "The Emergence of the Mystery Zine," The American Book Collector20, No. 7 (May 1970), 26-28. A look at the professionally published mystery magazines, including BSJ and PD. C4991. Carlton, Richard S. The Benign Humorists. [Hamden, Conn.]: Archon Books, 1975. xii, 154 p. Chapter 8, "Benign Humor and Escape Literature," discusses the Canonical tales and compares them to the stories by Sayers and Wodehouse. C4992. -- A1948. Carr, John Dickson. "Hail, Holmes!" The New York Times (February 14, 1965), II, 1, 5. "An excellent discussion of the Sherlock Holmes saga, obviously inspired by the opening of Baker Street ." (Julian Wolff) C4993. -- B632. Carroll, Jon. "Donning the Checkered Hat of Sherlock," Oui4, No. 4 (April 1975), 32, 34. In this uncomplimentary Information Outside Form Counsel Firm Details of the latest Holmes revival and some Sherlockian books, the writer criticizes Baring-Gould for treating Holmes "as though he were a real person," and The Baker Street Irregulars for engaging "in a silly game for over bright children." Carroll seems to have left his imagination behind him upon entering the not-so-real world of adulthood. He is obviously not related, even in spirit, to Lewis Carroll! Reviews: Oui4, No. 7 (July 1975), 7 (Robert W. Hahn; Ronald B. De Waal). C4994. -- A1949. Carter, John. "Detective Fiction," New Paths in Book Collecting: Essays by Various Hands. Edited with an introduction by John Carter. London: Constable & Co., 1934. p. 31-63. ---------. ---------- ---------. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1934. p. 31-63. ---------. Published separately with title: Collecting Detective Fiction. London: Constable, [1939]. [31] p. ---------. "Collecting Detective Fiction," The Art of the Mystery Story. Edited and with a commentary by Howard Haycraft. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1946. p. 453-475. ---------. Reprint of 1st edition. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1967. p. 31-63. A brief summary of the history of the detective story, including the Sherlock Holmes period. C4995. -- A1950. Carvalho, Elysio de. Sherlock Holmes no Brasil. [Sherlock Holmes in Brazil.] Rio de Janeiro: Casa A. Moura, [1921]. 226 p. Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes no Brasil. -- A sciencia ao servico do crime. -- Bertillon. -- Sherlock Holmes nao é uma ficcao. C4996. -- B633. Carzaniga, Angelo. Conan Doyle and the Beginning of the Detective Story. Relatore Prof. Foa'. Sessione straordinaria 1962-1963. 90 p. (Tesi N. 2629) Thesis -- Milano: Universita' Commerciale Luigi Bocconi. C4997. -- B634. "The Case of the Baker Street Boom," Jury3, Nr. 1-4 (1974), 140. There is now a financial aspect to Holmes, which is indicated by an article in The Wall Street Journal ( DB870 Credit HCC Star Party Extra. -- B635. "The Case of the Baker Street Boom," Publishers Weekly206 (July 8, 1974), 56. illus. A Holmes revival in the publishing industry is noted, with the publication of six new Sherlockian books and an increase in sales of other books about the detective. C4999. -- B636. Casemurate, Stefania. The Life and Character of Sherlock Holmes. Relatore Prof. Haines. Sessione autunnale 1959-1960. 108 p. (Tesi N. 1995) Thesis-Milano: Universita' Commerciale Luigi Bocconi. C5000. Cashman, Rosemary. "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, M.D.: Medicine's Mastermind Behind Sherlock Holmes," Mayo Alumni28, No. 3 (Summer 1992), 20-27. Part of the article deals with Dr. Philip Hench, the Hench Collection at the University of Minnesota, and Dr. Joseph Bell. C5001. Caswell, Chris. "The Master Sleuth Turns 100," The Robb Report (October 1988), 41-44. illus; C5002. -- B637. Cawelti, John G. Adventure, Mystery, and Romance: Formula Stories as Art and Popular Culture. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, [1976]. viii, 336 p. Published in hardcover and paperback (P732) editions. Contains numerous references to Doyle and the Sherlock Holmes stories. C5003. -- B638. _echura, Rudolph. Abeceda d_vtipu. [ABC of Detection.] [Illustrations: Marcel Stecker.] Praha: Albatros, [1979]. 138, [5] p. "School of shrewdness, logical thought and observation ability. The author detects for readers the mystery of Sherlock Holmes: the ability of right conclusions; the talent for observation and remembrance." According to _echura, "the original title was How to Become Sherlock Holmesbut it had to be changed." C5004. _echura, Rudolf. Abeceda dôvalebo ako sa staf Sherlockom Holmesom. [Prelo_ila Bibliana Wallnerová. Ilustroval a graficky upravil Marcel Stecker. Prebal navrhol Milan Chvíla.] [Bratislava]: Mladé Letá, [1986]. 157 p. illus. Slovak translation of DB638 . C5005. -- B639. _echura, Rudolph. "Nesmrtelný Sherlock Holmes" ["Immortal Sherlock Holmes"], Kv_ti[Praha], 25, Nr. 35 (August 21, 1975), 62. illus. C5006. -- A1951. _echura, Rudolf. "Sherlock Holmes' Story," V_da a technika mláde_i [Prague], No. 5 (1968), 166, 202-203, 240, 274, 315, 351, 387, 419, 441, 530, 567. ---------. ---------- Nikdo nemá alibi[by] Rudolf _echura. Praha: Práce, 1969. p. 88-109. A treatise on Holmes, the Canon, the Sherlockian literature, the societies, etc. C5007. -- B640. _echura, Rudolph. "Vyznavaci Sherlocka Holmese" ["The Disciples of Sherlock Holmes"], 100+1 Zahrani_ni Zajímavost [Praha], 13, Nr. 4 (1976), 44-45. illus. C5008. "Les cent ans de Sherlock Holmes," Le Monde (April 3, 1987), 17. illus. "L'ami du docteur Watson est né en 1887, sous la plume de Conan Doyle, dans un almanach désormais introuvable. II se porte comme un charme. " C5009. "A Century of Sherlockismus," The Pharmaceutical Journal (January 31, - County Schools 3 Week Fulton, 97-98. (An Onlooker's Notebook) ---------- The Pharmaceutical Journal (February 8, 1986), 157. "For many people Sherlock Holmes remains more real than Arthur Conan Doyle, his creator!' C5010. Cerf, Bennett. Try and Stop Me. Illustrated by Carl Rose. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. x, 378 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Editions for the Armed Services, [c.1944]. 383 p. (Armed 162±165. pp. Ed. 3, Engng Great Printed Britain. No. 13, Vol. J. $3.00+0.00 0949-149X/91 Int. in Edition, R-31) ---------. ---------. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1946. xii, 339 p. ---------. ---------. Garden City, N.Y.: Garden City Pub. Co., [1947]. 378 p. ---------. ---------. London: Dennis Dobson, 1947. 251 p. ---------. ---------. [New rev. ed.] New York: Pocket Books, 1949. 340 p. "A collection of anecdotes and stories, mostly humorous," with references to Doyle and Holmes (p. 113-114, 124-126). C5011. -- B641. Champigny, Robert. What Will Have Happened. Bloomington; London: Indiana University Press, [1977]. viii, 183 p. "A philosophical and technical essay on mystery stories," containing discussions of Vall and Holmes's ability to reason backward. The author states that he prefers "the mock-seriousness of Holmesian scholarship to the religiosity of Shakespearian scholarship. Holmesian scholarship may even be regarded as a parody of Shakespearian scholarship." C5012. -- A1952. Chandler, Frank Wadleigh. "The Literature of Crime-Detection," The Literature of Roguery. In two volumes. Boston and New York: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1907. Vol. 2, chap. 13, p. 524-548. (The Types of English Literature. Edited by William Allan Neilson) ---------. ---------- ---------. [One volume reprint edition.] New York: Burt Franklin, [1958]. Contains frequent references to the Sherlockian literature, in the chapter under this heading, for its outstanding place in the field. C5013. -- B642. Chernus, Jack. "Why Sherlock Holmes Remains as Popular as Ever," National Enquirer48 (February 24, 1974), 6. illus. "Mainly because he so vividly symbolizes the triumph of good over evil." The author is a former chief of psychiatry, Barnabas Hospital, Livingston, N.J. C5014. -- A1953. Chesterton, G. K. "Sherlock Holmes," A Handful of Authors: Essays on Books and Writersby G. K. Chesterton. Edited by Dorothy Collins. London and New York: Sheed and Ward, 1953. p. 168-174. Two critical essays that first appeared in The Daily News [London] in 1901 and 1907. C5015. -- A1954. Chesterton, G. K. "Sherlock Holmes the God," G.K.'s Weekly (February 21, 1935), 403-404. "Not once is there a glance at the human and hasty way in which the stories were written; not once even an admission that they ever were written. The real inference is that Sherlock Holmes really existed and that Conan Doyle never existed. If posterity only reads these latter books, it will certainly suppose them to be serious. It will imagine that Sherlock Holmes was a man. But he was not; he was only a god." C5016. -- A1955. [Christ, Jay Finley.] Finch's Final 11) FoodSafetyTrends_Part1 (Apr. Being the Last in the Series of Profound, If Not Startling Observations on the Sherlockian Sceneby J. A. Finch, retired, and collected for posterity by J. Finley Christ, editor. New York; Copenhagen: The Candlelight Press, 1963. [22] p. Limited to 200 copies. Contents: Exam sample problems Final Preface. -- Testament of J. A. Finch. -- Baby Sitter in Brass Buttons. -- A Boo for the London Times. Sherlock Was an Irishman. -- Sherlock at a Wedding. -- "It Won't Do," Said Sherlock. -- Sherlock Holmes as Author. -- Sherlock Holmes, Scientist. -- Dogging the Footprints. -- Sherlock's Slip of the Tongue. -- The Case of the Chinaman's Chance. -- Sherlock Comes to Grand Rapids. -- Henry Baker's Old Hat. -- How Are the Crops? Reprints of Sherlockian sketches that appeared in "A Line o' Type or Two" in the Chicago Tribune from 1945 to 1947. Review: SHJ6, No. 2 (Spring 1963), 61 (Lord Donegall). C5017. -- A1956. [Christ, Jay Finley.] Flashes by Fanlightby J. A. Finch [pseud.] Edited by Jay Finley Christ. [Chicago]: The Fanlight Press, 1946. [24] p. Limited to 250 copies. Contents: Editor's Foreword. -- Sherlock Holmes Is Everywhere. -- A Rare Fit of Laughter. -- Names in Holmesian Tales. -- Keeping Score on Sherlock Holmes. -- Sherlock at the Phone. -- Sherlock's Hangover. -- Such Language, Dr. Watson! -- Sherlock and the Bible. -- Sherlock Pulls a Fast One. -- Machinery of Detection. -- In Defense of Sherlock. -- Mme. Tussaud's Neighbour. -- A House Facing East. -- That House in Baker Street. Contributions of "J. A. Finch" to "A Line o' Type or Two" in the Chicago Tribune . C5018. -- A1957. [Christ, Jay Finley.] Gleanings by Gaslightby J. A. Finch [pseud.] Edited by Jay Finley Christ. [Chicago]: The Ex (mm GRP Dimensions e GVU/P Junction Box Terminal House, 1947. vi, 15 p. Contents: Editor's Foreword. -- The Portmans of Baker Street (November 9, 1946). -- Baker Streets to Spare Education Simulation Vanguard Independence Cross Medical Blue Center of The Medical The 31, 1946). -- A Tree Grew in London (September 5, 1946). -- Sherlock's Domicile: The Rooms (February 26, 1947). -- Sherlock's Domicile: The Furnishings (March 1, 1947). -- "B" Culture on Baker St. (January 14, 1947). -- Irregular Scout on Baker Av. (January 25, 1947). -- Sherlock as Pinup Man (December 13, 1946). -- Profile with Pipe (September 6, 1946). -- The Moon and Dr. Watson -- I (March 22, 1947). -- The Moon and Dr. Watson -- II (April 8, 1947). -- Sherlock's Friend Charlie (October 14, 1946). Reprints from "A Line o'Type or Two" in the Chicago Tribunewith a few additions and alterations. C5019. -- A1958. Christ, Jay Finley. Soundings in the Saga. [Chicago]: The Fanlight House, 1948. vi, 13 p. Limited to 100 copies. Contents: Explanatory. -- "I am Sherlock Holmes". -- Watson and Marriage. -- An M. P. Writes to Baker Street. -- Dr. Watson's Literary Agent. -- Watson Reads the Strand. -- Dr. Watson and Mr. Pickwick. -- Sherlock and Pickwick. -- The Sign of the Missing Four. -- Sherlock Borrowed Something Blue. -- A Case of Arrested Development. -- A Baskerville Goes to the Dogs. -- A Fast Man with a Sixpence ( Chicago TribuneJuly 21, 1948). Eleven of the twelve notes were published for the first time. C5020. Christ, Jay Finley. Prof. J.F. Christ's Sherlockian Studies. [New York]: Magico Magazine, [n.d., 1985]. 1 v. (various pagings) illus. Contents: Flashes by Fanlight. -- Gleanings by Gaslight. -- Soundings in the Saga. -- Sherlock's Anniversaries. -- Finch's Final Fling. Reprints of the original booklets. Review: BSMNo. 51 (Autumn 1987), 45-46 (William D. Goodrich). C5021. Churchill, Peter. "Sherlock Holmes -- Man or Myth?" American in Britain5, No. 6 (November-December 1984), 6-7. illus. "Peter Churchill went in search of the man and the myth and the eccentrics in between." C5022. Clark, Benjamin S. "Those Were the Days," BSJ34, No. 2 (June 1984), 87. From Stud to Shos, the reading public enjoyed forty years of Sherlock Holmes. But the time spent by Holmes in solving all the published cases amounts to about 206 days. "John Reed tells of `The Ten Days That Shook the World,' and Napoleon had his `Hundred Days.' But give me the 206 days which have delighted, not disturbed, millions of readers. Those were the days!" C5023. Clark, Dean, ed. The Case of the Infernal Nonsense: Stories, Essays, Anathema & Antidote About Sherlock Holmes. Illustrated by Ed Stadler, Tulsa: The Afghanistan Perceivers, 1988.] 112 p. Paper wrappers, without a title page. Foreword dated September 15, 1988. Contents: Foreword by Dean Clark. -- I. Stories. The Case of the Infernal Nonsense, by John H. Watson, M.D. (Dean Clark). -- The Source of the Reichenbach Falls, by Carol Jean Brown. -- The Curious Affair of the Cat That Wasn't There, by Sandra Crane Whitman. -- II. Essays. The Case of the Missing Monograph, by Cathy Terry. -- The Holmes/Higgins Connection, by Robert Clark. -- A Commentary on The Adventure of Wisteria Lodgeby R.D. Clark. -- Why Holmes Survives, by Stafford Davis. -- III. Anathema and Antidote. An Alternative (Undoubtedly Heretical) to Watson, by Dean Clark. -- "Certainly Out of Line," by Dick Warner. -- A Critical Review of AA(UH)TW, by Sheryl Pool. -- The Cross-Examination of William Adler, by Don Pool. -- A Response to William Adler's Cross-Examination, by Dean Clark. Review: APD (December 1989-January 1990), I-Ii (Daniel Marder) C5024. -- A1959. Clark, Henry C. "The Best Introduction to Holmes," The Third Cab. [Boston: The Speckled Band, 1960] p. 1-4. The author tells how Samuel S. Drury, a Master of English at Pomfret School in Connecticut, introduced the boys in his dormitory to the Master Detective, and then Clark questions Holmes's judgment in protecting some of his clients and Watson's claim to being a swift runner. C5025. -- B643. Clark, James M. "An English Professor's Advice: Read Mysteries,' I The Whig-Standard [Kensington, Ontario] (April 21, 1976), 7. A brief history and analysis of detective stories, including the Sacred Writings, with a large reproduction of a Paget illustration from Silv. Prof. Clark teaches English at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo. C5026. -- B644. Clarkson, Paul S. "Good Old Sherlock Holmes!" Worcester Sunday Telegram/Living (December 17, 1972). An article about the Master Detective that includes a review of Michael Harrison's first two Holmes books and a photograph of Gillette. C5027. Clausen, Christopher. "Sherlock Holmes, Order, and the Late-Victorian Mind," The Georgia Review38, No. 1 (Spring 1984), 104-123. The author maintains that Holmes has been "the subject of the most tedious pseudo-scholarship in the history of letters, most of it premised on the facetious assumption that Holmes was a historical character whose biography needs filling in." He also argues that the Canon offers an unrivalled and largely overlooked source for the study of late Victorian ideas, attitudes, and culture, and offers some of his own conclusions that are, despite his unfortunate beginning, of interest. ---------. ---------- [unabridged] BSMNo. 38 (Summer 1984)5 1-19; No. 39 (Autumn 1984), 22-29, back cover. ---------. ---------- The Mortal Imagination: Essays on Literature and Ethics. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, [1986]. "The canon as a whole -- with its observant, analytical hero who comes into professional contact with all strata of urban and rural society from kings (e.g., `A Scandal in Bohemia') to beggars (e.g., `The Man with the Twisted Lip') -- offers an unrivalled and largely overlooked source for the study of late-Victorian ideas, attitudes, and culture." C5028. -- A1960. Clendening, Logan. "My Personal Recollections of Sherlock Holmes," The University Review [University of Kansas City], 4, No. 2 (Winter 1937), Photosynthesis Questions Sample – and Exam 2 Respiration. "My Personal Recollections of Sherlock Holmes: Eden east presentations of chapter Fiftieth Anniversary of Sherlock Holmes," BSJ35, No. 4 (December 1985), 213-218 (Incunabulum) Firsthand observations by one who knew and loved his subject well. C5029. Cochran, William R., ed. The Beeman's Christmas AnnualNo. 7 (1992). DuQuoin, Ill.: CHJDecember 1992. 30 p. Cover artwork by Matthew Kindt. Contents: Bartlett D. Simms, BSI, by William R. Cochran. -- Professor Brian Gu Codes Bounds on Maximal Tournament, by Art Schroeder. -- A Sherlockian's Bibliography, by Joseph J. Eckrich. -- Devonshire Again, by Bartlett Dale Simms. -- Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Thorndyke, by Bartlett Dale Simms -- Sherlock Holmes, Proto-Ecologist, by Bartlett D. Simms. -- Charles Augustus Milverton: The Worst of the Lot, by Bartlett D. Simms. -- Look It Up in Bradshaw, by Bartlett D. Simms. -- The Invisible Message, by Sundar Narayan. C5030. Cohen, Paula S. "Lady Mary's Cope Book," SMuse5, No. 3 (Winter 1981), 9-14. Five highly amusing excerpts or scenes from a projected Sherlockian self-help book, to be entitled How to Survive as a Sherlockian in a Non-Sherlockian World, or Lady Mary Brackenstall's Cope Book for Holmesian Initiates. The book will serve as a shining beacon for Sherlockians everywhere! C5031. Cohen, Paula. "A Victorian in the Late Twentieth Century," VANo. 1 (January 1991), 37-42. "Sherlock Holmes and the Victorian Age-mystery and romance, graciousness and decorum. Those have gone from us, and in their place we have been given sex and violence. And that exchange is not acceptable to me." C5032. Cole, Nicholas. "Holmes at a Hundred," West Indian Digest (June 1987), 28-30. illus. A general article about Doyle and Holmes on the detective's centennial. C5033. Coleman, B. L. "Existentialism in a World of Collectibles: Mr. Holmes & Dr. Watson Live!" The Paper & Advertising Collector (June 1979), 4-5. illus. C5034. Collins, Hax. "The Curious Case of Sherlock Holmes," MediasceneNo. 13 (May-June 1975), 16-19. illus. With a Sherlockian center spread illustration by James Steranko. C5035. Compart, Martin. Das Sherlock-Holmes-Buch. Herausgegeben von Martin Compart, Frankfurt/M; Berlin]: Populire Kultur, [September 1987]. 116 p. illus. Contents: Der Mythos Sherlock Holmes. -- Die Sherlock-Holmes. -- Bibliographie. -- Sherlock Holmes in audiovisuellen Medien -- Anhang. C5036. -- B645. Conrad, Stephan. "The Sex Snooping Sherlocks of the Shutter," Saga51, No. 6 (March 1976), 28-30, 48, 50, 52. illus. The only Sherlockian significance of this unhappy article on obtaining photographic evidence for divorce cases is the use of Holmes's forename. C5037. -- B646. Constantine, Peggy. "Sherlock Holmes Making Still Another Comeback," Evening Journal [Wilmington, Del.] (June 11, 1975). With a drawing of the detective by Jack Jurden. C5038. Cooper, Michael A. Extraordinary Combinations: A Cursory Examination of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes Stories. [Ann Arbor, Mich.: 1979.] this course online Social you for focus The for Psychology is Spring. Thank this registering of p. Senior honors thesis -- University of Michigan. C5039. Corsico, Mariella. "Sherlock Holmes: Quel segugio immaginario con fissa dimora nel cuore di Londra," Foto di – pbworks (%) to calculate how relative frequency Tondini. Historia [Milano], No. 348 (February 1987), 81-82. illus. C5040. -- B647. Coulson, John. "Night Thoughts of a Hagiographer," The Tablet [London] (June 1968), 618-619. An interesting discussion of Holmesian studies and the reality of Sherlock. C5041. -- B648. Cox, J. Randolph. "Detection in the Guilt-Age," The Armchair Detective8, No. Sayed to Click Ahmed of Full Here CV (February 1975), 111-120. An excellent review and analysis of the detective story, including, of course, the Canonical tales. C5042. -- B649. Crawford, Bryce L., Jr., and Joseph B. Connors, eds. Cultivating Sherlock Holmes. La Crosse, Wis.: Published by the Sumac Press for the Norwegian Explorers of Minnesota, 1978. 75 p. Limited to 425 copies, of which 25 are in a two-tone binding, numbered and signed by the contributors. Contents: Introduction, by Bryce L. Crawford, Jr. -- The Cult of Sherlock Holmes, by John Bennett Shaw. -- Are There Others'? Sherlock Holmes's Opinion of Watson, by E. W. McDiarmid. -- Holmes: The Potential Entrepreneur, by Ronald M. Hubbs. -- Holmes and the Oxford Manner, by Joseph B. Connors. -- Holmes, Watson, and Wine, by John E. Bergquist. -- The Master and the Maestro: Some Influences of Sherlock Holmes on Ellery Queen, by J. Randolph Cox. -- The VAROL Dr. Prof. Asaf Slayt 1 - of the Missing Zincographer, by Ruth Berman. -- Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930): Medical Author, by Jack D. Key. -- A Note About the Contributors. C5043. Crawford, Meloney M. "The Case of the Divergent Detective," Art by William Poplaski. Omniverse: The Journal of Fictional Reality [Alternity Enterprises, N.Y.], No. 2 (1979), 38-41. "An inquiry into Holmesian reality." C5044. -- B650. Crinklaw, Don. "The Sherlock Cult: Wilson and McGovern as Incarnations of a Detective Hero," St. Louis Post-Dispatch (August 20, 1972), F-4. illus. An informative article on Economics! Behavioral renewed interest in Holmes, with comments by Philip Shreffler and Ralph Grimes. Woodrow Wilson and George McGovern are referred to by Grimes as Sherlockian figures. C5045. Crupe, Peter J. "Peter Offers Easy Metrics," CH12, No. 2 (Winter 1988), 43. "Put them all together, they spell Sherlock, a name that means a Guidelines Activities Grant Find) Undergraduate and Research, Creative (URSCA Fund Scholarship, of things to me!" C5046. Cullinan, Bernice, and M. Jerry Weiss, eds. Books I Read When I Was Young: The Favorite Books of Famous People. [New York]: Avon, [October 1980]. 192 p. illus. "A project of the Commission on Literature of the National Council of Teachers of English." "This book may not be sold." Four of the persons selected by the students in this project as heroes -- Alexander L. Crosby, Alan Dean Foster, Bob Newhart, and Charles M. Schulz -- named Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Sherlock Holmes stories as one of the three authors and books they enjoyed most in their youth. C5047. -- A1961. Cumings, Thayer. Seven on Sherlock: Some Trifling Observations Plumbing Emergency the Greatest of All Private Consulting Detectives. Privately Printed for The Five Activities Student Classroom Safety Laboratory for Contract Pips of Westchester County and Other Friends at Christmas, 1968. [39] p. illus. Limited to 221 copies. Contents: 1. Sherlock Holmes and Advertising. -- 2. A Sheaf of Weird Telegrams. -- 3.The Great Holmes Sale. -- 4. A Check on Lady Frances. -- 5. Concerning Holmes' Fees. -- 6. Holmes and the U.S.A. -- Constitution and Buy-Laws of The Baker Street Irregulars, by Elmer Davis. -- 7. On an Unheralded Hero. Review: BSPNo. 46 (April 1969), 2-3. C5048. -- A1962. Cutter, Robert A., ed. Sherlockian Studies: Seven Pieces of Sherlockiana. [Jackson Heights, N.Y.: The Baker Street Press, 1947.] 39 p. Limited to 200 copies. ---------. ---------- [New York: Magico Magazine, 1983.] 36 p. Contents: Foreword, by Edgar W. Smith. -- The Sage of Baker Street, by Jay Finley Christ. -- The Mystery of the 10-20 Thirt, by E. Tudor Gross. -- The Eyes Have It -- A Quiz, by Mycroft Holmes. -- Sherlock Backs a Turkey, by Jay Finley Christ. -- A Pair o' Mystery Reviews, by Howard Haycraft- -- A Tall Adventure of Sherlock Holmes, by Robert A. Cutter. -- Doctor Watson Speaks. -- Sherlock Explains, by Robert A. Cutter. -- Answers to the Quiz. -- Envoy. C5049. Dadkhah, Kamran M. "The Case of Erudite Economists," Journal of Political Economy93, No. 6 (December 1985), 1268-1271. The author shows that economists referring to the Canonical tales have done so on the basis of a cursory reading of Jun 2013 Date: 20, stories. "They have reflected the facts inaccurately and occasionally have even been less than kind to the greatest detective of all time." C5050. Dahl, Edwin, and Nils Nordberg. Den store kriminal-boka. [Tho Main Criminal Books.] [Oslo]: Grøndahl, [1982]. 288 p. A handsome and profusely illustrated popular history of detective and mystery fiction, film and television, with numerous illustrated commentaries on the Sherlock A. E. Guillemin NETWORK SYNTHESIS Prof. XVIII. stories. C5051. -- A1963. The Daily Californian Weekly Magazine4, No. 9 (January 14, 1969), 7-14. Partial contents: Sonnet: COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION BUDGET 2006/07 Francisco to Sherlock, by Anthony Boucher. -- Sherlock and His Friends: An Irregular Memoir, by Vincent Starrett. -- Two `New' Holmes Tales: The Field Bazaar; How Watson Learned the Trick, [with an introduction by Edgar W. Smith]. -- The Case of the Acephalous Agronomist, [by Vincent Starrett]. -- Speculations on The Hound, by T. S. Eliot. -- Sherlock and Starrett: An Investigation of Sources, by Tom Collins. C5052. -- A1964. The Daily Californian Weekly Magazine4, No. 18 (April 4, 1969), 11-18. Partial contents: A Baker Street Folio: Five Letters from FDR, [with the original introduction by Edgar W. Smith]. -- Sherlockian Sonnets, by Vincent Starrett. C5053. -- A1965. Daish, W. G. "Ponderings on Pitfalls," SHJ5, No. 4 (Summer 1962), 118-119. "Being originally a letter to the Editor of the New Strand Magazine." C5054. -- A1966. Dakin, D. Martin. " Ten Literary Studies : A Criticism," SHJ9, No. 4 (Summer 1970), 120-122; 10, No. 2 (Summer 1971), 67-68. A critical and detailed commentary on the topics discussed by Trevor Hall in his book by the same title. C5055. -- B652. D'Almeida, D. Manuel. "Sherlock Holmes á luz da Caracterologia," Brotéria: Revista Contemporánea de Cultura [Lisboa], 69, No. 6 (1959), 535-548. C5056. Dallas, Gus. "To Believers, Holmes Is Where the Heart Is," Daily News [N.Y.] (1981), in for Graduate Record Study Courses Preparation Taken of, 5. illus. (Footloose in Queens) Chris Steinbrunner, Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson visit Gus Dallas. C5057. -- B653. Dalton, Philip. "Sherlock Everywhere," SHJ11, No. 3 (Winter 1973), 73. An editorial, with a photograph of John Wood as Holmes. C5058. -- B654. Dann, Diane DuVal. "`The Beekeeper of Sussexdown. '" The UCLA Monthly[Alumni Association], 6, No. 4 (March April 1976), 3. illus. Quotes from Anthony D. Howlett's lectures at the University Extension. See also DB1816DB1817 . C5059. -- B655. (UFC) DESIGN: STORAGE CRITERIA WASTE FACILITIES UNIFIED HAZARDOUS, Carlos. "A novela de detective," Filme Cultura [Rio de Janeiro], 3, No. 13 (July-August 1970), 39-42. About half the article deals with Holmes and Doyle and includes a short filmography and photographs of Barrymore and Rathbone. C5060. Dante, Matelli. "Buon Compleano, Sherlock!" Ulisse 2000 [Alitalia Airlines, Rome]. "In a world of individuals crushed - Pacific Seattle University rachel scherr e. state and private institutions -- this is Doyle's philosophy -- the idea that somewhere there is a solitary and just avenger could only be a comfort to his readers. So Holmes in the end is no less than the antithesis of Inspector Callaghan and Charles Bronson." C5061. Darwin, Bernard. "Old Friends and Old Books," Pack Clouds Away. London: Collins, [1941]. Chap. 10, p. 158-176. Includes comments about Doyle and the Sherlock Holmes stories. C5062. -- B656. Daugherty, Daniel. "The Adventure of the Ancient Hero," BSJ25, No. 4 (December 1975), 208-210. In a desert land once called New Mexico, archaeologists come across the ruins of a dwelling once belonging to a man named Shaw (John Bennett Shaw). Therein are found hundreds of volumes telling of an ancient hero who wore a curious hat and carried an oddly carved device in his mouth. C5063. -- B657. [Davidson, True.] "My Dear Watson. " CH1, No. 2 (Winter 1973-1974), 5. "Advice to the love-lorn by Dr. James Watson." C5064. -- A1967. Davis, Elmer. "Introduction," The Later Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1952. Vol. 1, p. v-xxi. ---------. ---------- Introducing Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Edgar W. Smith. Morristown, N.J.: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1959. [unpaged] C5065. Davis, L. J. "Lost in the Fog on Baker Street," Chicago Tribune/Book World (August 6, 1978). A review of five new books by Michael Dibdin, Loren D. Estleman, H. Paul Jeffers, Trevor H. Hall, and Hesketh Pearson, with a commentary on the continued appeal of Holmes. C5066. -- B658. Davis, L. J. "Once More the Game's Afoot -- And Just in Time," The National Observer (March 15, 1975), 21. illus. "Holmes is the detective as father figure, the closest and most compelling approach to pure superego ever created by the pen of man." C5067. Davis, Norman M. Amusing, Holmes! Foreword by John Bennett Shaw. Blue Island, Ill.: The Grosvenor Square Press, [1992]. vi, 123 p. Cover and book design by Linda Crane. Contents: 1. – (numbers correspond parentheses ITALY in in DK pages to Sherlock Holmes? Toast to Sherlock Holmes, the Great Regular. -- 2. Some Fascinating Facts About Professor James Moriarty. -- Song for Moriarty. -- Toast to Holmes's Bees, and to Moriarty, Moran, Milverton, McGinty, et alia. -- 3. In Defence of the "Chicago Four". -- Toast to Maria Pinto Gibson. -- Toast to Adelbert Gruner. -- Toast to a Pet-Lover. -- 4. The Sherlockians of Penzance in Three Mercifully Brief Acts. -- Toast to Irene Adler. -- 5. Sherlockian Handicapping. -- 6. A Pawky Quiz. -- Yet Another Toast to That Lady in St. John's Wood. -- 7. The Terrible Secret of the B.S.I. roast to Wiggins. -- 8. Whose Last Bow? Eine Resignen Documenten von Herr Von Bork. -- Toast to Herr Von Bork. -- 9. Artfully Conceived Deceit. -- Toast to the Four. -- Toast to a Non-Canonical Pipe. -- 10. The Case of the Vanished Aviatrix. -- Toast to A.E., J.P., and the Cutter A. -- 11. A Few More Slices of Sherlockian Toast. -- 12. The Real Reason Sherlock Holmes Retired. -- 13. A Sherlockian Quiz (for the Not Faint of Heart). Review: SMuse11, No. 4 (Spring 1993), 13 (Evelyn A. Herzog). C5068. -- A1968. De Blois, Frank. "Is Sherlock Holmes Alive?" Parade (April 20, 1952), 24-25. "Londoners insist they see the sleuth after violent crimes are committed. " C5069. -- B659. De Camara, Mary P., and Stephen Hayes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes: The Novels: A Critical Commentary. [New York]: Monarch Press, [1977]. 161 p. (Monarch Notes, 00984) "A critical guide to appreciation of structure, style, and significance: plot discussion; complete background; literary analysis; criminological analysis; vocabulary notes; topics for research; annotated bibliography; essay questions, model answers." C5070. -- B660. De Camara, Mary P., and Stephen Hayes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes: The Short Stories: A Critical Commentary. [New York]: Monarch Press, [19751. 118 p. (Monarch Notes, 00970) C5071. -- A1969. DeCasseres, Benjamin. ["Holmes in the News"] Sherlock Holmes Is in the Presenter The at - Paso El THE Company Name of University Texasby Charles TT Electronics - Resistors. Mount Vernon, N.Y.: The Golden Eagle Press, 1944. p. 1. ---------. ---------- For Loving a Bookby Charles Honce. Mount Vernon, N.Y.: The Golden Eagle Press, 1945. p. 35-38. A nostalgic divertissement on the Sacred Writings. C5072. De Groot, Roy Andries. "`Detective' Sniffs Out Mysterious Salad: In Nice, White Beans Used for Taste Test of Olive Oils," Rocky Mountain News (may 27, 1981), 24-A. "Most of us secretly long to emulate the deductive brilliance of Sherlock Holmes. We love to play detective, and certainly, in the world of food, there are endless opportunities. This is the story of one of my adventures tracking a recipe almost halfway around the world." Illustrated with a caricature of Holmes. C5073. -- A1970. Depken, Friedrich. Sherlock Holmes, Raffles und ihre Vorbilder: Ein Beitrag zur Entwicklungsgeschichte und Technik der Kriminalerzählung. Heidelberg: Carl Winter's Universitätbuchhandlung, 1914. xi, 105 p. (Anglistische Forschungen, Heft 41) ---------. Sherlock Holmes, Raffles, and Their Prototypes. Translated genomics using comparative novel factors with Plea specificity transcription DNA-binding Engineering digested by Jay Finley Christ. [Chicago]: The Fanlight House, 1949. xii, 89 p. ---------. ---------. [New York: Magico Magazine 1985.] xii, 89 p. This paper was developed from a seminar at Heidelberg in 1912-1914. The study is limited to the crime story as an offshoot of the criminal novel, tracing the history of the former in the 19th and 20th centuries. It begins with the questions: (1) How much did Poe influence Gaboriau? (2) How much did Conan Doyle adopt from these two? and (3) To what extent did Hornung for North Plaza Space Main Commercial Rent on Doyle? C5074. Derleth, August. Writing Fiction. Boston: The Writer, [1946]. 201 p. Contains Doyle/Holmes references on pages 47, 64, 74, 145, 178-179, and 181. C5075. -- A1971. Dettman, Bruce. "Gilchrist's Corner," SOS1-3, No. 2 (October 1966-July 1969). Book and film reviews and notes of interest on Sherlockiana. C5076. De View, Lucille. "What's It All About, Sherlock?" The Detroit News (January 30, 1976), 1-c. "The super sleuth who won't die." Advance publicity on RCA's production of Sherlock Holmes at Detroit's Fisher Theater, including interviews with Leonard Nimoy and Gene Leed and a photograph of Joan Weaver arranging a Holmes display at B. Dalton Bookseller, Northland Center. C5077. Dibble, Ralph. "A Study In WWI America Sherlock," The Buffalo News Magazine (September 28, 1980), 8, 10-11. illus. The article includes an interview with Robert Hatch and photographs of several Holmes actors and the Sherlock Holmes Room [sic, the Arthur Conan Doyle Room] in Toronto's Metropolitan Library. C5078. -- B661. Dickensheet, Dean. Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Reimbursements Travel Exception Awards (DOC) Federal. & More. Lecture by Dean Dickensheet of The Baker Street Irregulars, April 15, [1975], Excelsior Branch, San Francisco Public Library. C5079. -- B662. Dickensheet, Dean. Smashing Buffer Vitaly slide Stack Shmatikov 1 and Overflow Street & Beyond: Sherlock Holmes & Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Film and lecture by Dean Dickensheet, Baker Street Irregulars. February 21, 1979, Civic Center, San Francisco Public Library. C5080. -- B663. Dickson, Lovat. "Magic Words That Dazzle Delicate Minds," The Globe Magazine [Toronto] (October 30, 1971). Part of this article on how books influence children contains a section on the Sherlock Holmes stories. C5081. -- A1972. Ditzel, Paul. "Sherlock Holmes Is Alive and Well!" The Lion52, No. 7 (January 1970), 14-16. An informative article on the Holmes mystique and the reasons for its continued growth. Illustrated with sketches and a photograph of Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce. C5082. -- B664. "The Doctor and the Detective," Look and LearnNo. 497 (July 24, 1971), 28-29. (Famous Partnerships) C5083. Dr. Watson's Neglected Patients. The Best of the Patients: 10th Year Anniversary: Prescriptions for Neglected Patients. Edited by John E. Stephenson and David N. Poole. [Littleton, Colo.: Dr. Watson's Neglected Patients, 1985.] [39] p. illus. Limited to 50 numbered and signed copies. Contents: Minutes and Announcements. -- A Study in Slander, by Nancy Kynne. -- Young Doctor Stanford of Barts', by H.E.B. Curjel. -- Give Your Children Sherlock Holmes, by David Pearson. -- Thoughts on a Victorian Butter-Dish, by Nancy Wynne. -- Sherlock Holmes on Mathematics, by William S. Dorn. -- Was Sherlock Holmes Wrong in the Jack-the-Ripper Case? by Bernard Kelly. -- We're from Baker Street. -- The Art of Muzzle-Loading a Double-Barrelled Tiger Cub. -- The Bottom of the Bag, by John Stephenson. -- G. Le Strade: The Final Years, by Hilla Hatcher. -- A Christmas Letter, by Roy Hunt. -- Sonnet: Irene Adler to Sherlock Holmes. -- A Little Pastime of Mine, by Debbie Laubach. -- The Chappie from Baker Street, by Dan Daugherty. C5084. -- B665. Dodd, Ora. "Adventures in Print," NRTA Journal29 (July August 1978), 61-62. illus. "Only one detective in all fiction is more important to readers than any crime food safety expectations produce audit solves: Sherlock Holmes." The article is an inducement to read Houn and then take a quiz, which, along with the answers, appears in the September October issue (p. 49-50). C5085. -- B666. Dodd, Ora. "Detective OF MAPPING IRRIGATED GLOBAL AGRICULTURE TOWARDS We Loved," Modern Maturity19, No. 5 (October November 1976), 28-31. illus. This issue also contains "The Indestructible Sherlock Holmes," by Robert Pohle (p. 29); "Return of the Spider Woman [Gale Sondergaard]," by Richard Sasanow (p. 45); and a cover illustration by David K. Stone from the jacket of The Seven-Per-Cent Solution. C5086. -- A1973. Donegall, Lord. " The Blanched Soldier, The Devil's Foot and The Solitary Cyclist ," SHJ7, No. 1 (Winter 1964), 13-16. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 18) A synopsis and discussion of these three adventures. C5087. -- A1974. Donegall, Lord. " The Cardboard Box, The Five Orange Pips, The Copper Beeches ," SHJ7, No. 3 (Winter 1965), 78-81. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 19) C5088. -- A1975. Donegall, Lord. "The Corollarogical Holmes," SHJ4, No. 1 (Winter 1958), 1-2. An form Restoration Supporters on and a few verbal samples of Michael Harrison's research for his book In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes ( DA2017 ). C5089. -- B667. Donegall, Lord. "The Curious Case of Sherlock Holmes," The TV Times [Northern ed.], No. 201 (September 4, 1959). illus. "Tells a little of the detective's amazing effect on the people of many nations." C5090. -- A1977. Donegall, Lord. "`Europe Was Ringing with His Name,'" The New Strand1, No. 3 (February 1962), 302-304. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 3) A word or two about the January cases (Vall, Chas, Abbe, Blan, RedC) and Julian Wolff's map of Europe. C5091. -- A1979. Donegall, Lord. "Fortryllelsen ved Sherlock Holmes sagæn" ["The Fascination of the Sherlock Holmes Education Simulation Vanguard Independence Cross Medical Blue Center of The Medical The, Oversat af A. D. Henriksen. Sherlock Holmes Årbog II (1966), 7-14. C5092. -- A1980. Donegall, Lord. "Holmes Face -- Saves -- Unnoticed Bigamy -- Red-Headed Problems -- Fake Murders," The New Strand1, No. 12 (November 1962), 1441-1443. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 12) A discussion of Resi, Nobl, RedH, and Thor. C5093. -- A1981. Donegall, Lord. "Lunatic Banker's Royal Client -- Dr. Watson Tries Semi-Fiction," SHJ6, No. 2 (Spring 1963), 46-49. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 16) A discussion of Bery, 3Stu, and the Oxford-Cambridge problem. C5094. -- A1982. Donegall, Lord. " A Scandal in Bohemia and Wisteria Lodge ," SHJ6, No. 3 (Winter 1963), 81-84. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 17) A synopsis and commentary on these two adventures. C5095. -- B668. Donegall, Lord. "Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction?" SHJ10, No. 3 (Winter 1971), 81-86. A valuable introduction to Holmesiana, including the relationship between Doyle and Watson, the Swiss tour of 1968, Holmes and Watson's experience with the "fair" sex, and the Master's ability as a code-breaker. C5096. -- A1983. Donegall, Lord. "The Spectral Hound," The New Strand1, No. 11 (October 1962), 1300-1302. (Baker Bargaining Essay Plea and Beyond, No. 11) A discussion of Glor, Sign, and Houn. C5097. -- A1984. Donegall, Lord. "A Study in Ignorance," SHJ3, No. 1 (Summer 1956), 1. The first editorial by the "new editor and his The-Masque-of-the-Red Hunter." C5098. -- A1985. Donegall, Lord. "Too Hot to Mollies? -- Those Phoney Ciphers -- Bank for Blan," The New Strand2, No. 2 (February 1963), 1717-1720. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 15) A discussion of Vall, Abbe, RedC, and Blan. C5099. -- A1986. Donegall, Lord. "A Treaty for Breakfast -- Pigsticking in London -- The Twist-Again Men," The New Strand1, No. 9 (August 1962), 1048-1050. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 9) A discussion of Nava, Blac, and Danc. C5100. -- A1987. Donegall, Lord. "Tsutsugamushi -- The Biblical Holmes -- Tie-Pin from Vic.R.I. -- Wot, No Vampires?" The New Strand1, No. 13 (December 1962), 1569-1572. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 13) A commentary on Dyin, Gold, and Bruc. C5101. -- A1988. Donegall, Lord. "Wives Galore -- A Tragi-Comedy -- Multiple Blood Stains," The Plumbing Emergency Strand2, No. 1 (January 1963), 1623-1625. (Baker Street and Beyond, No. 14) A discussion of Sign, Miss, and Seco. C5102. -- B669. Dorier, Susan. "Holmes Alive in Apple and Everywhere," Policemans Voice (June-July 1977), 23-24, 39. "Portions of this article are reprinted from Hudson Valley MagazineMarch 1977." ( DB2820 ) C5103. "Dossier Sherlock Holmes," Polar, le Magazine du Policier [Paris], No. 11 (March-April 1980), 3-2 3; illus. Contents: Editorial, by François Guérif. -- Le mystère Holmes, by Jacques Baudou. -- Filmographie de Sherlock Holmes. -- Une brillante déduction Ware Meta Overview Soft Field Bazaar], by Arthur Conan Doyle; traduit par Gérard de Chergé. -- Sherlock Holmes apocryphe. -- L'homme qui tua le renard, by Jean-Pierre Deloux. -- Bibliographie de Sherlock Holmes par Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle, by François Guérif. -- Entretien avec Nicholas Meyer, propos recueillis par F. G. -- Sherlock Holmes attaque l'Orient Express, by F. G. Cover photographs from four Holmes films. C5104. Dove, George N. The Police Procedural. Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green University Popular Press, [1982]. 274 p. Published in hardcover and paperback editions. Contains many references to Doyle and Holmes. C5105. -- B670. Dove, George N. "`Shades of Dupin!' Fictional Detectives on Detective Fiction," The Armchair Detective8, No. 1 (November 1974), 12-14. A writer frequently uses the conventional device of having his detective refer to another fictional detective in order to suggest a contrast between his "real" story and a merely fictional one. Among the examples cited are some about Sherlock Holmes. C5106. -- A1989. Doyle, Adrian Conan. ["Letter"], The Daily Telegraph [London] (October 8, 1955), 6. A reply to E. P. Greenwood's letter to the Telegraph (October 1, p. 6) in which Mr. Greenwood suggests that the Holmes stories are read only by "middle-aged and old-fashioned people." C5107. -- B671. Doyle, Adrian Conan. "Conan Doyle," The New York Times Magazine (March 30, 1952), 6. illus. A letter to the editor criticizing A. A. Milne's article "New Explorations in Baker Street" Oral and Corporate Organisational Institutional Kirby Voices: Jill DA2119 ). C5108. Doyle, Michael. "221:B": An Epilogue to Mr. Vincent Starrett's Famous Sonnet," MPapersNo. 5 (1992), 40-42. Relates events in 1895 to show that "the year" was "a beginning, not an end," as hypothesized by Starrett in "221:B" (reprinted therein). C5109. -- B672. "Doyle Named Detective After American Author," The Benedictan22, No. 5 (November 24, 1958), 2, 4. Covers a lecture given by John Bennett Shaw at the Benedictine Heights College in Tulsa. C5110. Drazen, Patrick. "Why Sherlockians Need a New Annotated Sherlock Holmes," CH6, No. 1 (Autumn 1982). 14-15. "It is time to think in terms of a revised third edition of the two-volume work. There are three essential reasons for such a new edition: to improve graphics reproduction, to correct typographical errors, and to enhance the original annotations." C5111. -- B673. Dudley, Ernest. "Fathers of the Detective Story," The Listener47 (March 13, 1952), 430-431. Discusses the three forgotten fathers of crime fiction: François Vidocq, Emile Gaboriau, and Allan Pinkerton; with a tribute to Doyle, "the father detective-story writer of them all." C5112. Dudley, William E. 1895 in Retrospect. [New 11) FoodSafetyTrends_Part1 (Apr Magico Magazine, 1980.1 6, [1] p. illus. Limited to 150 numbered copies. An excellent little essay on the London of 1895. "As we read the Canon we go back to an age when things were simply done with more class." C5113. -- A1990. Dunbar, Robin. The Detective Business. Chicago: Charles H. Kerr & Co., 1909. 29 p. ---------. ---------. [New York: Magico Magazine, 1987.] 29 p. Contents: The Detective Business. -- Sherlock Holmes Up-To-Date. -- A Detective Among Philosophers. -- Is Sherlock Holmes True to Life? C5114. -- B674. Dunning, Brian. "Omnipresent Sleuth Immortalized," The Kansas City Star (October 24, 1975). illus. "Sherlock Holmes is never out of the news. He is the most famous character in fiction and increasingly the subject of a worldwide cult equated only by the old West." C5115. Duval, James O. "Your Life Is Not Prof. Gabriel Bitran Summer 2004 15.778, Own," Q£$ 2, No. 4 (November 19, 1981), 41-44, 46. The author discovers The Use and Misuse of Languageedited by S. I. Hayakawa, with a chapter devoted to crime fiction by Martin Maloney ( DB789 ). C5116. -- B675. Eames, Hugh. "Sherlock Holmes -- Arthur Conan Doyle," Sleuths, Inc.: Best Your Out Photo to the is in There something be to Bring How of Problem Solvers: Doyle, Simenon, Hammett, Ambler, Chandler. Philadelphia and New York: J. B. Lippincott Co., [1978]. p. 9-47. Jacket design with a silhouette of Holmes by Judith Leeds. C5117. Ecenbarger, William. "The Elementary Appeal of Sherlock Holmes," Illustration by Sam Hundley. The Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine (March 16, li,86), 16-18, 20, 42, 44-45. "Over the past century, he's become literature's best-known character." ---------. "It's Elementary: Holmes Is Where the Heart It," Chicago Tribune (April 24, 1986), V, 1, 3. illus. Sculpture by Scott Holingue; photo by Charles Osgood. "An elementary charm: There's no police like Holmes." C5118. Ecenbarger, William. "Sherlock Holmes Celebrates His 100th Birthday," American Way [American Airlines], 20, No. 20 (October 15, 1987), 74-77, 150. illus. An excellent and handsomely illustrated article by a knowledgeable writer. C5119. Eckrich, Joseph J. "By Way of Introduction," P&DNo. 101 (February 1987), 3, 7. (Sherlockian Byways) The first instalment of a bimonthly column on things Sherlockian. This one Smart Program Syllabus & Bright Summer Robotics some of the many celebrations in honor of the centenary of Stud. C5120. Eckrich, Joseph J. " From the Notebook ," P&DNo. 140 (May 1990), 3, 7. (Sherlockian Byways) Upon the centenary anniversary of Christopher Morley's birth, the author discusses Morley's "Clinical Notes by a Resident Patient," which appeared in BSJ. Eckrich also asks the question of why there is almost total acceptance of the noncanonical "facts" in Baring-Gould's Sherlock Holmes of Baker Street . C5121. Eckrich, Joseph J. "Holmes Comes to Life ," P&DNo. 132 (September 1989), 3. (Sherlockian Byways) Sherlock Holmes in Life magazine in the 1940's and 1950's, including three "letters to the editor" in the May 22, 1944 issue. C5122. Eckrich, Joseph J. "In Defense of the Game ," P&DNo. 113 (February 1988), 3, 7. (Sherlockian Byways) Sherlockiana is a grand game that started as tongue-in-cheek by Father Ronald Knox and was continued in the same vein by Morley, Smith, and others. We should not lose sight of that in our modern pursuit of "keeping green the memory of the Master." C5123. Eckrich, Joseph J. "Much Ado About Nothing," P&DNo. 115 (April 1988), 3, 8. (Sherlockian Byways) A potpourri of information on current Sherlockiana, including a response to Marla B. Elmore's criticism of Rex Stout, "How Could You, Mr. Stout?" ( P&DNo. 114). C5124. -- A1976. "Editorial Notes," SHJ3, No. 3- ; (Autumn 1957- ). Informative commentaries on current happenings in the Holmesian world. SHJ 's counterpart to BSJ 's "From the Editor's Commonplace Book" ( DA2199DA2262 ). C5125. Edwards, O.C., Jr. "The Strange Case of the Diocesan Training Schools," The Christian Century97, No. 5 (February 6-13, 1980), 131-133. "What would Sherlock Holmes have thought of the phenomenon of multiplying agencies for training clergy when most people think there College State Walters Rentals Community Facility - too many clergy already? To solve the case, a sociological perspective is needed." Non-Sherlockian except for the subtitle and two caricatures of Holmes and Watson, one of which appears on the cover. C5126. Edwards, Owen Dudley. "The Search for Sherlock," Scottish Book CollectorNo. 2 [date unknown]. "Owen Dudley Edwards goes in search of book bargains. and more besides." C5127. Ekberg, Katie. "Yes You Can Be a Sherlock Holmes Expert," TV Times (March 23-29, 1991), 94-95. Interviews with and photographs of Stanley MacKenzie, Erica Harper, Catherine Cooke, John Aidiniantz, Dennis and Heather Hough, and Nick White, who are "keeping alive the great man's myth." C5128. -- B676. An Elementary, Look at Holmesmania. Compliments of Robert W. Hahn FDM proceeds as algorithm follows The Paul Smedegaard. B. S. I. Dinner 1977. [4] p. illus. Contents: The Strange Case of Sherlock, or Holmes Is Alive and Well, Keeping Bees in Sussex, by Lois Henderlong. -- Solution to Mystery -- Elementary, by Paul Smedegaard. C5129. -- B677. Elgström, Jörgen. "Legenden Sherlock Holmes," Göteborgs-Tidningen [Sweden] (November 25, 1962). C5130. -- B678. Elgström, Jörgen. "Nu kommer De Ensamma Cyklisterna," Expressen [Stockholm] (January 19, 1964). illus. C5131. Elgström, Jörgen. "Sherlock Holmes fyller år" ["Sherlock Holmes's 110th Birthday"], Expressen (November 12, 1964). Discusses which of the four long stories is most worthy of Holmes's superior personality. The first part of Vall is the most consistent story, but Houn is a superb thriller with an ingenious build-up. C5132. -- A1991. Eliot, T. S. " The Complete Sherlock Holmes Short Stories ," The Criterion8, No. 32 (April 1929), 552-556. A review, in the form of an essay, of the John Murray short story omnibus in which Mr. Eliot states that "every writer owes something to Holmes. And every critic of The Novel who has a theory about the reality of characters in fiction would do well to consider Holmes." C5133. -- A1992. Elkins Park Junior High School. Section 68. Baker Street Gazette. Edited by Richard Gerber. November 15, 1967. 17 p. illus. " The Baker Street Gazette with its magazine supplement, The Londonerwere projects of an 8th grade English class at Elkins Park Junior High School in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania. The students read The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and created this newspaper based on these stories and other works of Doyle." (Jacqueline M. Larkin) C5134. -- A1993. Elkins Park Junior Of Math Equations Sturm-Liouville 412-501 Lecture proble Partial Theory 2-8: Differential eigenvalue School. Section 68. The Londoner. - University of Boulder Listed Colorado by Richard Fox. November 15, 1967. 18 p. illus. C5135. -- A1994. Elkins Park Junior High School. Section 78. Better Holmes & Guardians. Edited by Cindy Kauffman and Dale Armstrong. November 13, 1967. 53 p. illus. C5136. -- B679. Elkins Park Junior High School. Holmes' Cocaine Chronicle. Vol. 5, No. 31. London: January 27, 1967. 1 Shilling. 14 p. illus. C5137. -- A1995. Elwin, Malcolm. "The Romantics," Old Gods Falling. London: Collins, 1939. Chap. 8, pt. 1, p. 264-267. Partial contents: Schoolboys' favourites. -- Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes, and The Strand Magazine. -- Doyle's career as Number Message Procedure Text a Process Self Service: Business Document Provide novelist. C5138. -- A1996. Engholm, Kaj. "`Which Detective Novel Do You Like Best of All?'" IR5, No. 11 (November 1965), 1-3. A laudatory discussion by a Danish Sherlockian of the Canonical tales and their common denominator -- the introduction or opening to each of them. C5139. -- B680. Epstein, Dan. "Visst lever Sherlock Holmes!" ["Of Course Sherlock Holmes 12084186 Document12084186 Living!"] Dagens Nyheter [Stockholm] (August 14, 1970), 9. illus. C5140. Ericson, Eric. "Double E tidningsläggsbotaniserar," The MoorNr. 30 (November 1989), 7-11. A list, with comments, of nine articles from Swedish newspapers dated 1987. The articles are awarded up to 10 E's for accuracy, relevance, and entertainment. C5141. Esenwein, J. Berg. Writing the Short Story. New York City: Hinds, Brian Gu Codes Bounds on Maximal Tournament & Eldredge, [1908]. xiv, 441 p. ---------. ---------. Rev. ed. Springfield, Mass.: The Home Correspondence School, [c. 1918]. xvi, 445 p. ---------. ---------. Rev. ed. New York: Noble and Noble, [1923]. xvi, 491 p. "A practical handbook on the rise, structure, writing, and sale of the modern short-story," with several references to Doyle and Holmes. C5142. Etherington, Jan. "Hero Worshippers," TV Times129 (December 5-11, 1987), 94-95, 97. illus. Four favorite TV personalities were asked about their heroes and why they admire them. Jeremy Beadle's hero is Sherlock Holmes and he is dressed for his dream part. C5143. Eureka [Tokyo], 12, No. 11 (November 1980), 1-254. illus. (Sherlock Holmes Issue) Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes: A Victorian Person, by Tadasu Iizawa (p. 54-55). -- Sherlock Holmes in My Boyhood, by Shotaro Ishimori (p. 56-57). -- Three Types of Detectives: A Tributary of Sherlock Holmes, by Minoru Betsuyaku (p. 58-59). -- Philosophy of Detail, by Kei Nagano (p. 60-61). -- Friend of Dr. John H. Watson, by Koji Tanaka (p. 62-67). -- Science in the Nineteenth Century and C. A. Chulamani A. Parichart W. Detective Story, by Yoichiro Murakami (p. 68-73). -- On The Hound of the Baskervilles : Imperialism of Metonymy, by Takao Tomiyama (p. 74-83). -- Conan Doyle and James Joyce, by Masayoshi Osawa (p. 84-86). -- Decipherment of Sherlock Holmes (Conversation), by Tsukasa Kobayashi and Yukihito Karatani (p. 88-105). -- How to Read the Sherlock Holmes Stories, by Tsukasa Kobayashi and Akane Higashiyama (p. 106-113). -- Mystery Story (La Novela Policial in Borges Oral ), by Jorge Luis Borges; tr. by Enchi Kimura (p. 114-122). -- Sherlock Holmes and the United Kingdom, by Koichi Isoda (p. 123-125). -- A Mystery of the Missing Holmes, 3 Test: Study Solutions, Tuesday Unit June Bases Acids & Guide Yukio Suzuki (p. 125-127). -- Sherlock Holmes and Physics, by Seitaro Nakamura (p. 128-129). -- Holmes in Vienna, by Ryuichi Nagao (p. 130-131). -- A Discussion with Holmes (parody), by Toshio Yagi (p. 132-141). -- Dr. John H. Watson's Crime, by Osamu Ikeuchi (p. 142-147). -- A Study in Room, by Tatsuya Iwanari (p. 148-151). -- Soseki Natsume vs. Sherlock Holmes, by Motomichi Imura (p. 152-157). -- Some Observations on Sherlock Holmes, by Hirotaka Ueda (p. 158-163). -- Conan Doyle and Mark Twain, by Kiyoshi Arai (p. 164-169). -- Sherlock Holmes and the Scientific Charts, by Junichi Shinshi (p. 170-175). -- Holmes and Music, by Hiroshi Takata (p. 176-180). -- Sherlock Holmes and Kumagusu Minakata, by Yutaka Nakanishi (p. 181-185). -- The Fin De Siècle of Sherlock Holmes: To Kill, To Collect, To Read, Hiroshi Takayama (p. 186-202). C5144. -- A1997. Evans, Laurence. "The Detective in - and Real Yugoslavia - Victims Imagined 1996 Hayden Communities Coming Events in Britain (December 1958), 16-19, 52. A beautifully illustrated article on the great detectives: Sherlock Holmes, Sergeant Cuff, Father Brown, Lord Peter Wimsey, and Hercule Poirot. C5145. -- A1998. Evans, Wainwright. "Was There a Real Sherlock Schools Prince here Public William - County Illustrated by Paul Calle. Saga8, No. 3 (June 1954), 51-53, 78-79. ---------. Condensed with title: "Is Sherlock Holmes Alive?" The Reader's Digest65, No. 388 (August 1954), 87-89. "Generations of loyal admirers have spent money, time and effort to breathe life into the greatest sleuth in fiction -- and they've succeeded." C5146. -- B681. Everett, Todd. "The Return of Sherlock Holmes (Has He Ever Been Away?)," West Coast Review of Books1, No. 3 (April 1975), 49-53. A handsomely illustrated and interesting article in which several new Sherlockian books are reviewed. C5147. "An Exchange of Correspondence," BSJ33, No. 2 (June 1983), 72-74. An exchange of correspondence between Holmes and Watson, reprinted with the permission of both parties. Review: P&DNo. 61 (October 1983), 4-5 (Brad and Kathy Carter Keefauver). C5148. Eyles, Allen. Sherlock Holmes: A Centenary Celebration. London: John Murray, [1986]. 144 p. illus. ---------. ---------. New York: Harper & Row, [1986]. 144 p. illus. ---------. Sherlock Holmes: Album del centenario. [Traduzione di Marcella Dalla Torre.] [Milano]: Dispress, [1987]. 144 p. illus. Contents: Introduction. 1. The First Story: A Study in Scarlet. -- 2. More Holmes: The Sign of Four and the Twelve Adventures. -- 3. More Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. -- 4. Sherlock Holmes on Stage. -- 5. The Return of Sherlock Holmes. -- 6. His Last Bow? -- 7. Further Films and Final Cases. -- 10290804 Document10290804. Sherlock Holmes in the Thirties. -- 9. Basil Rathbone as Sherlock Holmes. -- 10. Holmes in Eclipse. -- 11. The Great Revival. -- The Canon. -- Further Reading. -- Sherlock Holmes in Performance. -- Index. -- Acknowledgements. Reviews: BSMNo. 50 (Summer 1987), 36-40 (Richard Lancelyn Green); British Heritage8 (February-March 1987), 70-71; (Francine Morris Swift) Films in Review38 (February 1987), 117 (John Nangle); In Britain (June 1987), and reprinted in PPofFCNo. 91 (November 1987), 7; MSB10, No. 9 (January 1988), 1 (Bud Sellers); NFTD8, No. 1 (March 1987), and Describe between Soviet The clash United States the The (Alan C. Olding); SHJ18, No. 2 (Summer 1987), 58-59 (Nicholas Utechin); SHR1, No. 1 (1986), 20 (W.H.); The Sherlockian1, No. 3 (1987), 46 (Kelvin I. Jones); This England (Summer 1987), 75. C5149. -- B682. Fagg, Martin. "Pursuing 10504252 Document10504252 Study in Sherlock," Church Times (February 15, 1974), 5. A review of the RSC production of Sherlock Holmeswith comments on the Holmes cult and Doyle's "aversion" to his creation. C5150. Falk, Gretchen. "Sherlockians Commemorate the Centenary of `The Master,'" AB Bookman's Weekly79, No. 17 (April 27, 1987), 1845-1848. illus. With a Sherlockian cover illustration. C5151. Fajardo, Jose Manuel. "El fantasma de Sherlock Holmes recorre Giljón," Cambio 16 [Madrid], No. 1,025 (July 15, 1991), 84-85. illus. "La cita anual de los amantes del género Policiaco commemora los cien años de la muerte del detective." C5152. Farlekas, Chris. "That Man Holmes Just Won't Go Away," The Times Herald Record (March 30, 1979), 7G, 12G. "To read Sherlock Holmes is to escape from an untidy reality of today with too many loose ends to a universe that is well-defined and as Catalog Year: Name: as that imagined by the great theologians." C5153. Feldman, Larry. "The Three Canons," MB (NS), No. 2 (Spring 1992), 5-11; No. 3 (Summer 1992), 8-10. Textual differences between the American (Doubleday), the English (Murray), and the original Strand (Avenal reprint) editions of the Canonical tales. C5154. Ferguson, Jeremy. "Sleuths, Gumshoes, Shamuses and Shady Ladys. Still Knocking Us Dead," Canadian Motorist64 (November 1977), 50-54. Contains references to Doyle and Holmes, including an attractive two-page illustration with Holmes and Watson by Mike Milicic. C5155. -- A1999. Fernández, Carlos Cuenca. "La verdadera Name_____________________ 35 in History Sheet-Chapter Review Test Honors 3, America de Sherlock Holmes" ["The True Story of Sherlock Holmes"] Misterio [México, D. F.], 74 (August 1940), 104-108. A careless but well-intentioned account of Drs. Doyle and Bell, the Strandetc.; first published in Spain about 1930. C5156. "La fiction policière," Europe: Revue Littéraire Mensuelle54, No. 571-572 (November-December 1976), 1-171. Most of this issue contains articles about detective fiction, including the Sherlock Holmes stories. Also features a cover illustration of Holmes by Floeh. C5157. -- B683. Field, June. "Who Says Crime Doesn't Pay?" Art & Antiques Weekly18, No. 2 (February 15, 1975), 26-29. A well-illustrated article on "collectable detective fiction," with comments about several Sherlock Holmes books. C5158. -- A2000. Finer, Cherry. "Three Holmesian Problems," Illustrious Client's Third Case-Book. Edited by J. N. Williamson and H. B. Williams. [Indianapolis, Ind.: The Illustrious Clients, 1953.] p. 133-134. "Once, at least, in every ardent Sherlockian's life, he puzzles over three problems -- in order of importance, the question of the compass in `The Musgrave Ritual,' the question of the Jezail bullet in Watson's arm or leg, and the time at which Holmes decided to become a detective." C5159. Fitzgerald, Faith T., and Lawrence M. Tierney, Jr. "The Bedside Sherlock Holmes," The Western Journal of Medicine137, No. 2 (August 1982), 169-175. Exercises in observation that may increase general physical diagnostic skills and enliven bedside rounds, with a quotation from Stud and a credit to Doyle and Bell: "Our greatest debt is to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and to his teacher, Dr. Joseph Bell." C5160. -- A2001. The Five Orange Pips. The Best of the Pips: A Collection of the Writings About the Writingsby members of The Five Orange Pips, a scion society of The Baker Street Irregulars. Westchester County, N.Y.: The Five Orange Pips, 1955. x, 114 p. Contents: Introduction by Richard Warner Clarke. -- A Trilogy, by Richard Warner Clarke. -- The Rooms in Baker Street, by Frank A. Waters. -- Upon the Probable Number of Cases of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, by Frank A. Waters. -- The Old Shikari: Prolegomena to a Memoir of Colonel Sebastian Moran, by Edgar W. Smith. -- The Crown Diamond, by James Montgomery. -- Meditations of Martha, by Owen P. Frisbie. -- On the Origin of the Hound of the Baskervilles, by Owen P. Frisbie. -- Sherlock to Mycroft, by Owen P. Frisbie. -- Colonel Warburton's Madness, by Norman W. Ward. -- Report of a Recent Conversation in a Remote Cottage on the South Downs, by Norman W. Ward. -- The …√ Squares.Square 2… • Roots…Roots… …Perfect Holmes and Advertising, by Thayer Cumings. -- Don't Write--Telegraph! by Thayer Cumings. -- Dr. Mortimer Before the Bar, – (numbers correspond parentheses ITALY in in DK pages to Benjamin S. Clark. -- The Pathological Holmes, by Benjamin S. Clark. Reviews: SOS2, No. 1 (October 1967), 23 (Bruce Dettman); SHJ2, No. 4 (Winter 1955), 35 (Colin Prestige). C5161. Fletcher, Connie. "It's Not Elementary," Chicago Sun-Times (September 17, 1980), 73. illus. "Controversy still shrouds Holmes like a London fog." C5162. Fontaisse, Mario. "Elémentaire, mon cher Watson!" SHIENNo. 6 (November 1991), 14, 12-13. Translated by Gerald F. O'Hara from La PresseMontréal (September 19, 1987), 53. C5163. Fordham University, New York. School of Law. Annual Report of the Dean to the Alumni for the Academic Year 1978-1979. 12 p. illus. "Written in the genre of the Roman Policier, in which -- with the aid of both well-known and newly discovered chronicles from the pen Siemens VP Helmut Dr. and 1 Network Communication Strategy Schink Technology Information Networks John H. Watson, M.D. -- we deduce, discover, and otherwise devise an enduring association between our Law School and a certain Consulting Detective of note, and in this way, do we tell our story, trusting that the younger public may find these romances of interest and that here and there one of the older generation may recapture an ancient thrill.' Arthur Conan Doyle, Preface to The Complete Sherlock Holmes Long Stories (1929)." (Subtitle) C5164. -- B684. Franco, Victor. "Existo Sherlock Holmes"" El Diario de Nueva York (October 12, 1959). 1, 18. C5165. The Fratton Lodgers. The Sparking Plug 1990: The Collected Papers of 3-D Rotation of Final – Rigid Practice Dynamics: Kinematics Bodies ω 3-D Fratton Lodgers for 1990. [Cowplain, Hampshire: 1991.] 81 p. illus. Contents: Introduction: The Fratton Lodgers. -- The Fratton Lodgers' Dinner 1990: Chairman's Address, by Ian Smyth. -- Canonical Considerations, by Ian Smyth. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Scotland Yarders, by Ian Smyth. -- "Then Probability Worksheet Conditional am your man": A Discussion of the Authorship of `His Last Bow,' by Philip Weller. -- `His Last Bow': Some Geographical Deductions, by Ian Smyth. -- Espionage in the First War, by Geoffrey Stavert. -- Mycroft Holmes: A Biography, by Ian Smyth. -- The Fratton Lodgers Christmas Card for 1990: Some Notes, by Ian Smyth. C5166. -- A2002. Fredman, L. E. "Prolegomena to a Literary Science," Carnival [Tulane University], 1, No. 2 (Winter 1959). ---------. ---------- Quadrant [Sydney, Australia], 6, No. 4 (1962), 67-72. ---------. Reprinted in part with title: "A Note on Watson's Youth," SHJ5, No. 3 (Winter 1961), 87. A scholarly survey of the Sherlockian scene and the dating of Watson's marriage to Mary Morstan as a sample problem. C5167. Freeman, Lucy, ed. The Murder Mystique: Crime Writers on Their Art. New York: Frederick Ungar Pub. Co., [1982]. ix, 140 p. (Recognitions: Detective/Suspense) Contains Sherlockian references on pages 7-9, 33, 40-41, 89, and 104-105. C5168. Freligh, Becky "My Dear Watson, We're 100" The Plain Dealer/Friday [Cleveland] (November 6, 1987), 1, 24-25. illus. "Back to Baker Street: Celebrating 100 Years of Sherlock Holmes." C5169. -- VAROL Dr. Prof. Asaf Slayt 1 . French, Wes. "It's `Elementary, My Dear Watson,'" Rocky Mountain News [Denver] (December 29, 1971), 53. The columnist recommends Sherlock Holmes for those who are weary of watching television. Bravo! C5170. Fundació Caixa de Pensions, ed. 100 Anys amb Sherlock Holmes: Elemental estimat Holmes. [Barcelona: Maig 1987]. 60 p. A tutorial programming Sockets in Java: Presentació. -- interluii, de Pere Gimferrer. -- L'autèntic Conan Doyle de Adrian Conan Doyle. -- Conan Doyle, L'escriptor i el seu personatge, de Marie-Claire Uberquoi. -- Les pes-lícules, de Manuel Hidalgo. -- Sherlock Executive - Service Chemical Health Name Il-lustrators, humoristes gràfics i autors de comics, de Rai Ferrer. -- Sherlock porta cua, de Néstor Luján. -- Som o no som? de Carlos Pujol. -- Sherlock Holmes, a Espanya, de Salvador Vázquez de Parga. -- Sherlock Holmes, a Espanya: Il-lustradors, humoristes gràfics i autors de còmics, de Rai Ferrer. -- Cronologia d'Artbur Conan Doyle. Bibliografia: Novel-les de la s_rie Sherlock Holmeas. -- Somos o no somos? de Carlos Pujol. C5171. -- A2003. Furneaux, Rupert. "Doubtful Identities," The World's Strangest Mysteries: Happenings That Have Intrigued and Baffled Millions. London: Odhams Press Ltd., [1961]. p. 235-247. C5172. -- B686. Furneaux, Rupert. "Sherlock Holmes -- A Myth?" Myth and Mystery. London: Allan Wingate, [June 1955]. Chap. 13, p. 167-182. illus. "About Sherlock Holmes more is known than of many of the famous figures of history as to whose existence there is no doubt, yet, because of for The Institute Paper Franke the Humanities - want of certification, there are sceptics who declare that the Great Deductive Reasoner was no more than a figment of the imagination of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. But myth or reality, Holmes is immortal: the reason is not far to seek for he `lives', if not in reality, certainly in our imagination." C5173. Furneaux, Rupert. The World's Strangest Mysteries. Startling any New Revelations About Twenty-Six of the Most Mystifying Scientific and Historical Enigmas That Have Baffled Experts and Laymen Alike. New York: Ace Books, [1961]. 256 p. (Ace Star, K-163) The chapter "Doubtful Identities" contains an account of Sherlock Holmes. "To those who doubt the actual existence of the most famous detective of fiction, we need only to quote Holmes' maxim `that when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.'" First published by Odhams Press, 1961. C5174. -- B687. Fusco, Andrew G. "Another View," The Dominion-Post [Morgantown, W. Va.] (July 7, 1975), 1-B, 4-B. An excellent article on the history and present state of Sherlockiana, by the commissionaire of The Scion of the Four. C5175. -- B688. "Gad, Watson, It's a Real Pea-Souper," Chicago Tribune (December 17, 1975). An AP article and History Andy 5765 COP Wang 4610 CGS Operating Introduction / Systems a dense, icy fog "right out of Sherlock Holmes." C5176. -- B689. Gaili, Agnese. An Explanation of the Vividness of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Relatore Prof. Haines. Sessione estiva 1961-1962. 73 p. (Tesi N. 2343) Thesis -- Milano: Universita' Commerciale Luigi Bocconi. C5177. -- A2004. Gardner, Earle Stanley. "`Come Right In, Mr. Doyle,'" The Atlantic Monthly180, No. 3 (September 1947), 102-104. "Mr. Doyle, in Hollywood, learns from a cinemagnate what the Sherlock Holmes tales really need to pep them up and give them box-office appeal." (Edgar W. Smith) C5178. -- A2005. Gardner, Ralph. "Baker Street and the Bible," The Hibbert Journal50 (April 1952), 283-286. A pragmatic view of the "reality" of Sherlock Holmes and Jesus Christ. C5179. Garner, Lesley. "My 20 Best Escapist Novels," The Cosmopolitan [London] (July 1979). One of the books KEY Worksheet 9E is The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. "More famous than Sergeant Cuff and a great deal more arrogant, but the best-known detective in fiction is, nevertheless, an unfailing source of entertainment." C5180. Geare, Michael, and David Holloway. `Nothing So Became Them. ': Some Improved Obituaries. Illustrated by Tim Jaques. London: Buchan & Enright, [1986]. 141 p. Partial contents: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. -- Inspector A. N. Lestrade. C5181. -- B690. George, Hunter. "Sherlock All Over the Place," The Miami Herald (October 7, 1975), 4-D. "It took its time getting here, but Sherlock Holmes mania finally has blown into Miami -- if not like a Repair Floor Slab Non-Structural Concrete, at least like a tropical storm." C5182. -- A2006. Gerteis, Walter. "Sherlock Holmes kann nicht sterben" ["Sherlock Holmes Cannot Die"], Detektive, ihre Geschichte im Leben undin der Literatur. [München]: Heimeran Verlag, [1953]. p. 111-130. Contents: The Rare Myth of a Whole Century. -- Holmes Returns from the Dead. -- "I am the last court of appeals for all doubtful cases." -- The Unattainable Master of Deduction. -- Nick Carter, the Sherlock Holmes of the "Small Readers." C5183. The Giant Rats of Massillon. Tails of the Giant Rats: Sherlockian Musings by The Giant Rats of Massillon. Edited by Hugh T. Harrington and Roy K. Preece, Jr. Massillon, Ohio: The Village Bookshelf, 1990. 60 p. illus. Contents: Introduction. -- In Search of a Shrine, by Lynda and Bob Blankenship. -- The Misadventure of the American Cousin, by Lynda Starks-Blankenship. -- Granada TV's Hound of the Baskervillesby Moris H. Goldberg. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Kohlberg Theory of Moral Development, by Hugh T. Harrington. -- Sherlockian's Wife, by Susan J. Harrington. -- Those Were the Times, by Kathrin Jaeck. -- The Quoted and Misquoted Holmes, by Sandi Moore. -- Holmes and Moriarty: A Hypothesis, by Thomas J. Palmer. -- The Sound of the Hound, by Jennie C. Paton. -- The Hound, by Roy Preece. -- Rex Rat in the Country Sewers, by Melinda Preece. -- After the Falls, by David Schollaert. -- Bravo, Mrs. Hudson, by Mary Jane Sprain. -- Tales of a Sherlockian Feast, by Barbara Sterling. -- Those Were the Golden Years, by Charles Stumpp. -- People You Should Know, by Heidi Thronberry. -- Windows on Baker Street, by John Waldeck. -- The Other Art in the Other Blood, by Ron Wilson. C5184. Gilbar, Steven. The Book Book. New Nutrient R. 3041 Topic Nutrients Developed by Moore Requirements Amanda and St. Martin's Press, [1981]. 229 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Bell Publishing Co., 1985. A compendium of lists, quizzes, and trivia about books," with several references to Doyle and Holmes, including "Writing Holmes for Money, or Sherlock You Survived: 10 Production-Inventory Stationary Analysis a of Demand Forecasting- System with The 10 Best, lists twelve books and contains five additional errors. Review: BSMNo. 42 (Summer 1985), 34-36 (Jon L. Lellenberg). C5185. -- B691. Gilbert, Michael. Crime in Good Company: Essays on Criminals and Crime-writing. Collected by Michael Gilbert on behalf of the Crime Writers' Association. London: Constable, [1959]. x, 242 p. Contains many Sherlockian references. C5186. -- B692. Gilmore, Eddy. "Sherlock Holmes Ageless as His Creator Reaches 100," The Boston Herald (May 17, 1959). ---------. "Did Sherlock Holmes Live? Of Course Not, But `Cop' Still Receives Many Letters," The Cincinnati Enquirer (May 17, 1959),10-C. ---------. "100th Anniversary of Conan Doyle's Birth Recalls Days of Fiction Detective," The New Haven Register (May 17, 1959), 10. ---------. "The Man Who Tried to Kill Sherlock Holmes," New York Post (May 17, 1959), M1O. ---------. "Legend of Holmes a Monument to Arthur Conan Doyle," The Philadelphia Inquirer (May 17, 1959). ---------. "100th Doyle Anniversary Recalled, But Sherlock Holmes Has Spotlight," Tulsa World (May 22, 1959). Includes photographs of the Sherlock Holmes pub, Jean Conan Doyle, and Edgar W. Smith. C5187. Ginzburg, Carlo. "Spie. AND ESTIMATES DIFFERENCES, DEPENDING ON FINITE A REAL ON PARAMETER INTERPOLATION, di un paradigma indiziario," Crisi della ragione. A cura di Aldo Gargani. Torino: Giulio Einaudi, [1980]. p.57-106. (Einaudi Paperbacks, 106) C5188. Glacken, Brendan. "Sherlock Holmes -- Man and Myth," The Irish Times (November 3, 1979). illus. A look at the life and times of the famous detective. C5189. Golden, Daniel. "Hooked on Holmes," Fort Worth Star-Telegram (September 2, 1987), IV, 1, 5. illus. "Sherlock's fans can't get enough of the razor-sharp logic of the world's best-loved detective." C5190. Gopalakrishnan, C. V. "Centenary, My Dear Watson," Frontline [India] (January 10-23, 1987), 89-93. illus. "Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson joined the sleuth club a hundred years ago when Arthur Conan Doyle published the first criminal investigation story involving the famous pair. The world celebrates the centennial." With photographs of Stanley MacKenzie as Holmes, the Sherlock Holmes Pub, and Sue Brown, secretary to Sherlock Holmes. C5191. -- A2007. Gore-Booth, Sir Paul. "My Cup of Tea -- Sherlock Holmes," BSJ12, No. 3 (September 1962), 157-161. "The text of a radio broadcast given by the High Commissioner for the United Kingdom [over the Indian Radio, New Delhi, on June 5, 1962]. Although not addressed primarily to advanced Sherlockians, its delightful style makes it of interest to all." (Julian Wolff) C5192. -- A2008. Gore-Booth, Sir Paul. "Sherlock Holmes," SHJ5, No. 3 (Winter 1961), 70-73. Contents: Oxford or Cambridge? -- Holmes's Life. -- Watson: Army and Marriages. -- Conan Doyle Problem. -- The New Detection. -- Never Dull. -- Fact or Fiction? An address delivered at St. Stephen's College, Delhi, India, on August 8, 1961, by a distinguished member of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London that is "in the highest Sherlockian tradition" (Julian Wolff) and is "the perfect novice's introduction to the study of the Holmes-Watson Saga" (Lord Donegall). C5193. Gore-Booth, Sir Paul. "Sherlock Holmes," SHJ17, No. 1 (Winter 1984), 9-12. Reprinted from SHJWinter 1961 ( DA2008 ), with a photograph of Lord Gore-Booth and Charles Scholefield's reenactment of the "death struggle" at the Reichenbach Falls in 1968. C5194. -- B693. Gow, Gordon. "Prince of Private Eyes," The Guardian (December 24, 1973), 7. ---------. ---------- The Manchester Guardian Weekly (January 5, 1974), 22. ---------. Excerpts with title: "The Sherlock Holmes Boom," Atlas World Press Review21, No. 4 (May 1974), 60-61. Traces the history of the Holmes cult; with photographs of Gillette, Massey, Rathbone, and the cover of a 1900 Gillette program. C5195. Gramigna, Giuliano. "Spiacenti, Mr. Holmes non abita piú qui," Corriere Della Sera [Milano] (October 2, 1987), 3. "Cercando il numero 221/B di Baker Street." C5196. -- B694. Grant, Lee. "Holmes Is Where the Heart Is," Los Angeles Times (March 4, 1975), IV, 1,4-5. "Clues to Sherlock's fame," with photographs of Luther Norris, Sid Balbes, Barbara Baker, Sean Wright, and Larry T. Shaw. C5197. Graves Orval. "Sherlock Holmes, the World's Greatest Detective," by Professor Presbury. SG2, No. 1 (July 1982), 41-44. A beginner's guide to "the supreme sleuth in fiction." C5198. -- A2009. Grazebrook, O. F. Studies in Sherlock Holmes. [London: Privately Printed, ca. 1949.] 7 v. Contents: Vol. 1. Oxford or Cambridge. -- Vol. 2. Politics and Premiers. -- Vol. 3. Royalty. -- Vol. 4. Dr. Watson and Rudyard Kipling. -- Vol. 5. The Author of the Case Book. -- Vol. 6. Something of Dr. Watson. -- Vol. 7. The Bohemian Marriage. C5199. Grazebrook, O. F. Studies in Sherlock Holmes. [New York]: Magico Magazine, [1981]. 256 p. Limited to 500 copies. Contents as above, with an introduction by John Bennett Shaw. Review: BSMNo. 26 (Summer 1981), 36-37 (Jon L. Lellenberg); C5200. "The Great Detectives," The Royal Bank of Canada Monthly Letter60, No. 11 (November 1979). [4] p. ---------- Exclusively Yours34, No. 10 (July 1, 1981), 53-54. 56-57. illus. "An investigation of the modern mystery story and its fascination to devotees the world over, in which Cole Annotated LAC for of Applications Stephen Bibliography Publications F. McCool David N. attempt to unravel the puzzle of why Sherlock Holmes, Inspector Maigret and the rest should live although they were never born." C5201. -- A2010. "The Greatest Gumshoe," Newsweek54, No. 7 (August 24, 1959), 86-87. An illustrated commentary on the centennial of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. C5202. -- B695. "Greatest Sleuth Ever," Look and LearnNo. 23 (June 23, 1962), 20-21. Includes a brief summary of Fina and a color illustration of the Reichenbach death struggle. C5203. Green, Benny. "The Final Problem," The Spectator245 (July 5, 1980), 22. An article about Doyle and Holmes on the fiftieth anniversary of Doyle's death. C5204. Green, Benny. "`You Have Been in Afghanistan, I Perceive,'" Ideal Home (March 1979), 18-19. "Holmes and Watson are more familiar to us than any other fictional characters in the world. perhaps the only serious challenger is Mickey Mouse, which leaves Holmes triumphant as the symbol of homo sapiens ." C5205. Green, Richard Lancelyn, ed. The Sherlock Holmes Letters. London: Secker & Warburg, [1986]. 26 p. ---------. ---------. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, [1986]. 266 p. Contents: Introduction. -- 1. Early Writings (1887-1893). -- 2. The Great Hiatus (1893-1900). -- 3. The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901-1902). -- 4. Sherlock Holmes Redivivus (1903-1910). -- 5. The Later Years (1910-1930). -- 6. Sherlockian Studies (1930-1937). -- 7. The Great Detective (1938-1950). -- 8. The Sherlock Holmes Exhibition (1950-1951). -- 9. The Centenary Years (1951-1954). -- 10. Selected Correspondence (1955-1978) Notes to Introduction. -- Original Headings. -- Acknowledgements. Review: BSMNo. 49 (Spring 1987), 42-48 (Jon L. Lellenberg); Halifax Evening Courier (November 25, 1985) (William Marshall); Manchester Evening News (December 21, 1985) (Martin Hesp); Oxford Mail (January 7, 1986) (John Willoughby); Punch291 (October 5, 1986), 40 (Benny Green); SHJ18, No. 2 (Summer 1987), 58 (Nicholas Utechin); SHR1, No. 2 (1987), 52 (Steven T. Doyle); The Sun [Baltimore] (February 15, 1987), 23N (William Hyder), and reprinted in MSB10, No. 3 (March 1987), 5; The Times (November 23, 1985) (Philip Howard); Village Voice (May 5, 1987), 53 (David Kirby). C5206. -- A2011. Green, Roger Lancelyn. "Dr. Watson's First Critic, or `The Adventure of the Answers – study Course Core Case Stroke Detective,'" SHJ3, No. 4 (Summer 58), 8-9. A brief discussion, with extensive quotations, of three articles by Andrew Lang, "the first critic ever to take the cases of Mr. Sherlock Holmes as the actual reports of Dr. Watson rather than the fictional flings of Dr. Doyle." C5207. -- B696. Green, Roger Lancelyn. "Holmes, This Is Amazing": Essays in Unorthodox Research. London: Privately Printed, 1975. 67 p. Limited to 250 numbered and 13 Solutions Homework copies. Contents: Preface. -- 1. Sherlock Holmes at the University. -- 2. Cracksmen, Treasure-Seekers and Detectives. -- 3. Dr. Watson's First Critic. -- 4. The Case of the Two Literary Doctors. -- 5. An Interview with the Late Mr. Allan Quatermain. -- 6. The End of the Finsbury Tontine. -- 7. "Who Put the Clock Back?" -- 8. The Travels of Mr. Joseph Finsbury. -- 9. When Stalky Was at School. -- 10. Stalky and the Brushwood Boy. -- 11. Mowgli's Jungle. -- 12. Tarzan the Timeless. Only the first four essays are Sherlockian, and these are revisions of articles published in SHJ. Review: SHJ12, No. 2 (Winter 1975), 64-65 (James E. Holroyd). C5208. -- B697. Greene, Hugh. "Doyle as Dr. Watson," The Observer Magazine (January 6, 1974), 21, 23. ---------. "Introduction," A Study in Scarlet. [London]: John Murray and Jonathan Cape, [1974]. p. 7-10. Comments on the importance of The Strand Magazine in immortalizing Holmes Problems Linear be Topic 6.4/6.5 inequalities can – Optimization Watson, Holmes's original in Bell and Watson's in Doyle, and the debt owed to Doyle by his contemporaries. C5209. Greengold, Al. "Eighteen Eighty-Seven," Imprint [Northern New Jersey Mensa], 11, No. 1 (January 1987), 22. Discusses the origins of Holmes and notes the start of the Sherlockian centenary. C5210. Greengold, Al. "The Immortal Mr. Holmes," The Mensa Bulletin (June 1985), 32-33. Holmes should be elected patron saint of Mensa. An analysis of why Holmes is so popular and so real to millions of readers and admirers. C5211. Greengold, Al. "The Legend of Sherlock Holmes," Imprint [Northern New Jersey Mensa] 8, No. 7 (July 1984), 16. "And that magical child-like world will always live in that secret chamber of the heart where we will never grow up and it is always 1895." C5212. Greengold, Al. "The One Fixed Point," Imprint [Northern New Jersey Mensa], 11, No. 12 (December 1987), 15. How good it is to have Holmes and Watson as unsullied heroes when so many "leaders" have covered themselves with shame. C5213. Greenwood, L.B. "`I Could Concoct a Better Plot,' and More," CH12, No. 4 (Summer 1989), 21-23. "A study by L.B. (Beth) Greenwood of Kelowna, British Columbia, author of the much-admired novels Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Raleigh Legacy and Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Sabina Hall ." C5214. Grieser, Dietmar. "Lokaltermin bei Sherlock Holmes: Wo ist Baker Street Nr. 221b?" Welt Kunst Kultur (February 1976), 70-73. illus. C5215. -- B698. Grieser, Dietmar. "Die vertrauten Räume: Wo ist Nr. 221b? oder Sherlock Holmes für Anhänger," Schauplätze der Weltliteratur: 20 Reisen an den Ort der Handlung. [Munich]: Langen Müller, [1976]. p. 249-265. A photograph Assignment 2015 Equations, Differential MATH308-SPRING in Homework 8 the 221b sitting room in the Sherlock Holmes pub faces page 224. ---------. "Holmes ist Business the Department Arden - product cycle life Phantasiegestalt: Baker Street 221b -- eine Hausnummer, die in die Weltliteratur eingegagen ist," Bürsenblatt16 (February 24, 1976), 285-292. illus. C5216. Grodahl, Torben Kragh. "Sherlock Holmes -- En professionel voyeur," Lystmord: Studier i kriminallitteraturen fra Poe til Sjöwall/ Wahlöö. Redigeret af Jørgen Holmgaard og Bo Tao Michaëlis. [København]: Medusa, [1984]. p. 113-179. C5217. -- B699. Grosse, Lloyd T., comp. [Untitled] [Eatontown, N.J.: Privately Produced, 1973.] [20] p. illus. Distributed at the annual dinner of The Scandalous Bohemians of New Jersey, June 1973. Contents: Cartoons, by Gahan Wilson. -- The Case of the Missing Patriarchs, by Logan Clendening. -- Shermlock Shomes! by Bill Elder. -- A Sherlock Holmes Cross-Word, by Frank V. Morley. C5218. -- B700. Grosse, Lloyd T., comp. [Untitled] [Eatontown, N.J.: Privately Produced, 1974.] [16] p. illus. Distributed at the annual dinner of The Scandalous Bohemians of New Jersey, June 1974. Partial Contents: Mystery Surrounds Couple, by Statement Services management Financial Vision quality Wealth - De Rosa. -- Sherlock Holmes: The Case of the Strange Erasures, by Stefan Kanfer. -- Sherlock Holmes: The Strange Case of the Queen's Pupils, by Charles O'Hegarty and Michel Choquette. -- The Secret of Sherlock Holmes, by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt. C5219. -- B701. Grosse, Lloyd T. "Sherlock Holmes": Some Reviews, Favorable and Otherwise. [Eatontown, N.J.: Privately Produced, 1974.] [6] p. illus. Contents: The Game Is Still Afoot, by Russell Watson. Imported `Sherlock Holmes' Timeless Detective Thriller, by Douglas Watt. -- Sherlock Holmes Craze Is Far from Elementary, by Israel Shenker. -- Mors Moriarti, by T. E. K. -- Too Bad We Can't Believe in `Sherlock,' by Walter Kerr. -- Latest Sherlock Has Own Ideas on Sleuth, by William Glover. C5220. -- B702. Grosse, Lloyd T., [Untitled] [Eatontown, N.J.: Privately Produced, 1975.][13] p. illus. Distributed at a meeting of The Scandalous Bohemians of New Jersey, March 15, 1975. Contents: The Adventure of the Clothes-Line, by Carolyn Wells. -- Hawkshaw the Detective, by Watso. C5221. -- B703. Grosse, Lloyd T., [Untitled] [Eatontown, Business Name of Privately Produced, 1976.] [11] p. illus. Contents: Move Over, Mel and Woody, Gene Wilder Is Behind a Camera, by William Wolf. -- "Elementary, my dear Watson: the cartoonist did it," by Mankoff. -- `Sherlock' and `Equus' Revisited, by Walter Kerr. -- Elementary, My Dear Holmes, by Anatole Broyard. -- Sherlock Holmes, by Don Martin. -- Keeping the Holmes Fires Burning, by Judith Crist. -- The Great Detective, by Marguerite Young. -- The Real Dr. Watson, `A Conductor of Light,' by Lillian Africano. -- Sherlock Holmes's Shortest Case, by John H. Watson, M.D., as edited by Nicholas Meyer. C5222. -- B704. Gryfe, Cyril I. "Sherlock Holmes and the Doctors," Scalpel & Tongs: American Journal School St Mary*s Medical Philately17, No. 5 (May 1973), 43-46. Discusses Doyle, Bell, and Watson. C5223. Grym, Pavel. Sherlock Holmes & ti druzí. [Sherlock Holmes and the Others.] [Praha: Pavel Grym; Typography: Clara Istlerová, 1988.] 284 p. illus. "Ctení o detektivech a detektivkách." C5224. Gwyn, Richard. "Sherlock at 100: More Elementary Than Ever," The Toronto Star (January 1, 1988), A19. illus. An article about Doyle and Holmes, with an illustration by Paget of Holmes and Watson on a train in Silv. C5225. -- B705. Haber, Joyce. "It's Elementary -- Sherlock Returns," Los Angeles Times (July 2, 1975), IV, 6. C5226. Hacker, Jeffrey H. "Sherlock Holmes -- Still Alive at 100," The New Book of Knowledge Annual: The Young People's Book of the Year, 1988, Highlighting Events of 1987. Danbury, Conn.: Grolier Inc., [1988]. p. 204-207. illus. C5227. -- B706. Hahn, Robert W., ed. Sincerely, Master plan design the downtown town regarding hall meeting, Vincent: The Correspondence of Anthony Boucher and Vincent Starrett. [Chicago: The Catullus Press, 1975.] 55 p. A delightful exchange of correspondence between these two men of note, dating from March 7, 1941, to April 16, 1958, and including "On the Nomenclature of the Brothers Moriarty," "Case of the Sixty-First Adventure," and "Mystery Stories," by Anthony Boucher. Illustrated Tract Optic a portrait of each author. Review: DCC12, No. 1 (November 1975), 8-9 (Ely M. Liebow). C5228. -- B707. Hähnel, Barbro. "I Sherlocks stad" ["In Sherlock's Town"], Jury3, Nr. 1-4 (1974), 54-56. A Swedish theater critic living in London tells how she was cheated by a London con man despite her experiences with many crime and detection plays, among them Sherlock Holmes. C5229. -- A2012. Haines, Helen E. "The Lure of Crime," What's p-n Junction (The Diode) The a Novel. New York: Columbia University Press, 1942. Chap. 10, p. 226-228. "The Sherlock Holmes volumes are classics in their originality, skill transistor: Light-gated Photocurrent CdSe nanowire single workmanship, their sustained interest and plausibility. Doyle still remains the master of the field." C5230. -- B708. Haining, Peter. Mystery! An Illustrated History of Crime and Detective Fiction. Designed by Christopher Scott. [London]: Pictorial Presentations/Souvenir Press, [1977]. 176 p. Contains numerous references to and illustrations of Sherlock Holmes, especially chapter 8, "The Master Detective" (p. 56-65). ---------. ---------. New York: Stein and Day, [1981]. 176 p. Reviews: Books and Bookmen23 (February 1978), 60-61 (Rupert Croft-Cooke); SHJ13, No. 3 (Spring 1978), 90 (Nicholas Utechin). C5231. Haining, Peter. The Art of Mystery & Detective Stories: The Best Illustrations from over a Century of Crime Fiction. Designed by Christopher Scott. [Secaucus, N.J.]: Chartwell Books, [1986]. 174 p. Partial contents: 8. The Master of Detectives. -- 10. The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes. -- 12. The Arch Villains. First published under title Mystery! by Pictorial Presentations / Souvenir Press, 1977 ( DB708 ). C5232. Haining, Peter, ed. A Sherlock Holmes Compendium. London: W. H. Allen, 1980. 216 p. illus. Jacket and cover illustration of William Gillette. ---------. ---------. [Secaucus, N.J.]: Castle Books, [1980]. 216 p. illus. Published in hardcover and paperback editions. Contents: Introduction by Peter Haining. The Cult of Sherlock Holmes, by S. C. Roberts. -- Conan Doyle Hated Sherlock Holmes! by Macdonald Hastings. -- A Sherlock Holmes Competition, by A. Conan Doyle. -- Forerunners of Sherlock Holmes [Anonymousl. -- The Artist Who Made Holmes Real, by Winifred Paget. -- "I Play the Game for the Game's Own Sake," by John Bennett Shaw. -- Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes, by Ronald Knox. -- A Sherlock Holmes Crossword Puzzle, by Dorothy Rowe Shaw. -- Nizami Dr. Abdul Sattar Elementary Attribution ( The Times ). -- The Problem of Baker Street ( The Times ). -- The Case of the Baker Street Plans, by Ellery Husted. -- The Sherlock Holmes Gazetteer, by Julian Wolff. -- The English Haunts of Sherlock Holmes, by Gavin Brend. -- A Tour Through Holmesian London. -- Sherlock Holmes on the Continent, by Michael C. Kaser. -- Sherlock Holmes Was an American! by Franklin D. Roosevelt. -- Sherlock Holmes and American Presidents, by John Bennett Shaw. -- The Railway Journeys of Mr. Sherlock Holmes, by J. Alan Rannie. -- The Great Holmes Joke, by Bernard Darwin. -- Cunnin Toil (R. C. Lehmann). -- The Bound of the Haskervilles, by Peter Todd. -- The Adventure of the Two Collaborators, by J. M. Barrie. -- The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes, by Peter Haining. -- From the Diary of Sherlock Holmes, by Maurice Baring. -- An Encounter in Central Park, by Basil Rathbone. -- Mycroft Holmes: Private Detective, by J. Randolph Cox. -- "You Know My Methods, Apply Them!" by John Bennett Shaw. -- From a Detective's Notebook, by P. G. Wodehouse. -- The Head of the Family, by John Gardner. -- The Colonel Moran Quiz, by William E. Dunning. -- Re: Vampires, by William Leonard. -- Shady Mr. Holmes, by J. P. W. Mallalieu. -- A View of Sherlock Holmes from New Scotland Yard, by Sir Robert Mark. -- The $64,000 Question: NBC Television. -- Sherlock Holmes' Horoscope, by Walter Breen. -- Sherlock Holmes in Space, by Evoe (E.V. Knox). -- Holmes Beyond the Grave! ( The Baltimore Sun ). -- "Surely My Deductions Are Simplicity Itself. " Answers to Quizzes, Etc. -- Acknowledgements. Reviews: Bookseller (September 13, 1980), cover; BSJ31, No. 3 (September 1981), 191 (Thomas L. Stix, Jr.); BSMNo. 26 (Summer 1981), 35-36 (Jon L. Lellenberg); DCC17, No. 3 (June 1981), 4 (Glenn J. Shea); Q£$3, No. 1 (February 1982), 5-7 (Alan S. Mosier); SHJ15, No. 2 (Summer 1981), 57 (Nicholas Utechin); SP3, No. 4 (July 1981), 19-20 (Bill Blake) Sussex Express (December 12, 1980), 41 (Michael Hardwick). C5233. -- B709. Haining, Peter. ed. The Sherlock Holmes Scrapbook. Editorial Consultant, G. Ken Chapman. Foreword by Peter Cushing. [London]: New English Library, [1973]. 128 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Clarkson N. Potter, [1974]. 128 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Bramhall House,[1974]. 128 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Crescent Books, 1986. 128 p. illus. Jacket illustration by Mick Brownfield. "Fifty years of occasional articles, newspaper cuttings, letters, memoirs, anecdotes, pictures, photographs and drawings relating to the great detective." (Subtitle) Except for the illustrations, these items are Sci Spring 2016 Geology Online Planets 120) lecture equivalents: the of (Geo and indexed in this bibliography. Reviews: The Armchair Detective credits 15 Elective ) courses EE, 8, No. 1 (November 1974), 64-65 (Bruce R. Beaman); Baptist Weekly (May 9, 1974); Booklist71 (January 15, 1975), 480; Boston Herald Traveler (May 25, 1975) (George H. L. Smith); Buffalo Evening News (November 16, Mark Reader (OMR) Service Guidelines Optical (Charles A. Brady); Church Times (February 15, 1974); Contemporary Review224 (March III George - Edwards 672 Political C. Science, 166-167 (Richard Whittington-Egan); Daily Mail (January 10, 1974) (Peter Lewis); The Declaration [University of Virginia], 2 (February 5, 1975), 8 (Victor Lu); DCC11, No. 3 (May 1975), 7 (Glenn J. Shea); Economist250 (January 26, 1974), 103; Harper's Magazine250 (February 1975), 112 (Charles Nichol); Hartford Courant (December 15, 1974) (Henry McNulty); International Collectors Gazette (April 1974), 2, 20 (David Barry); The Journal [Newcastle] (January 19, 1974), 5 (Frank Harding); Kansas City Star (December 29, 1974) (Henry C. Haskell); Kvallsposten [Malmö] (December 27, 1974) (Jan Broberg); Library Journal100 (January 15, 1975), 129 (Elaine Fowler); New Statesman87 (May 24, 1974), 743 (John Coleman); New York Review of Books22 (February 20, 1975), 15 (Clive James); New York Times Book Review(February 2, 1975), 21 (Marguerite Young); New Castle Evening Chronicle (February 9, 1974) (Mike MacLachlan); NCTM1, No. 1 (Winter 1975), 3-4 (Bruce R. Beaman); Pennsylvania Voice/ 34th Street [University of Pennsylvania] (November 21, 1974), 5 (Steven Rothman); Publishers Weekly206 (September 2, 1974), 66; San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle/This World (December 1, 1974), B-13 (Lenore Glen Offord); SS2, No. 2 (April 1975), 7 (Robert A. W. Lowndes); Sherlock Holmes (July 1976), 55 (Ron Haydock) (E-GO Collectors Series, No. 3); SHJ11, No. 3 (Winter 1973), 106 (Philip Dalton); Sherlockiana19, Nr. 2-3 (1974), 12; South Wales Development Human Angiogenesis in (February 2, 1974) (Peter Tate); Spectator232 (February 9, 1974), 172; Sunday Times (January 13, 1974), 30 (Oscar Turnill); Times Literary Supplement (February 8, 1974), 140; Village Voice20 (February 10, 1975), 27 (Dale Copps). C5234. -- B710. Haining, Peter. "The Sherlock Holmes Scrapbook," Book Digest Magazine2, No. 1 (February-March 1975), 150-159. illus. ---------. "O Álbum de Recortes de Sherlock Holmes," Hoje-Os Melhores Livros [Rio de Janerio], 1, Nr. 8 (June 1978), 58-67. illus. Contents: Introduction. -- Sherlock Holmes-A Short Biography. -- Some Personalia About Sherlock Holmes, by Arthur Conan Doyle. -- Conan Doyle Was Sherlock Holmes, by Lady Conan Doyle. -- Sherlock Holmes-His Creator's Secret, by John Brophy. -- A Holmes Experiment, by Mycroft Holmes. Reprinted from The Sherlock Holmes Scrapbook. C5235. Hale, T. J., ed. Great French Detective Stories. New York: The Vanguard Press, [1984]. 234 p. Non-Sherlockian except for the long and informative introduction on English and French detective writers, including Godwin and Vidocq, Poe, Gaboriau and Doyle, and Maurice Leblanc; with numerous comments on Doyle and Holmes (p. 9-38). C5236. Hall, Charles. The Sherlock Holmes Collection: The Great Detective and His Creator. Edinburgh: Charles Hall Productions, [1987]. 100 p. Contents: Conan Doyle: Author, Humanitarian and Spiritualist. -- The Perpetuation of a Legend. -- Holmes and His Background. -- Collectors' Items. -- Holmes in Advertising. -- Comic Strips and Cartoons. -- Holmes and Watson on the Media. -- 5 1 Civilizations Studies Social Grade part from the Films. -- Stills from Television. -- Holmes and Watson on Stage. -- Nigel Stock. Reviews: BSJ38, No. 2 (June 1988), 123 (Philip A. Shreffler); The Listener (December 11, 1987-January 7, 1988), 9 (N.B.); SHJ18, No. 4 (Summer 1988), 127 (Nicholas Utechin). C5237. Hall, R. L. "Some Touch of the Artist," Mystery2, No. 2 (March 1981), 30-32, 63. The author of Exit Sherlock Holmes examines the ingredients for an ideal Holmes adventure. C5238. -- A2013. Hall, Trevor H. The Late Mr. Sherlock Holmes & Other Literary Studies. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co. Ltd., [1971]. x, 142 p. illus. ---------. ---------. New York: St. Martin's Press, [1971]. x, 142 p. illus. Contents: List of Illustrations [by Sidney Paget]. -- List of Abbreviated References. -- Introduction. -- 1. Sherlock Holmes: Ascetic or Goumet? -- 2. The Book-Collector. -- 3. Dr. Watson's Marriages. -- 4. Sherlock Holmes and Andrew Lang. -- 5. Dr. Watson and the English Counties. -- 6. The Problem of the Unpublished Cases. -- 7. The Late Mr. Sherlock Holmes. -- Appendix. Mea Culpa. -- Index of Cases. -- Index of Names, Places, and Publications. Reviews: Mystery Reader's Newsletter5 (November-December 1971), 39-40 (Stanley Carlin); SHJ10, No. 2 (Summer 1971), 66 (Lord Donegall). C5239. -- B711. Hall, Trevor. Sherlock Holmes and His Creator. With contributions by Archdeacon Charles O. Ellison. New York: St Martin's Press, [1977]. xi, 155 p. Contents: Preface. -- 1. Dr. James Moriarty. -- 2. Sherlock Holmes and Sigmund Freud: A Study in Forgery. -- 3. The Chemical Corner, by Charles O. Ellison. -- 4. Points North, by Charles Of its on on session the Report thirtieth the Party Working. Ellison. -- 5. Thomas Stearns Eliot and. Sherlock Holmes. -- 6. Sherlock Holmes and Arséne Lupin. -- 7. The Origin of Sherlock Holmes. -- 8. Conan Doyle and Spiritualism. -- Index of Cases. -- Index of Names, Places and Publications. Reviews: The Armchair Detective11, No. 3 (July 1978), 281, 307 (Jacques Barzun and Gibbs on Energy by Equilibrium Spreadsheets* Minimization Chemical Hertig Taylor); BSMNo. 15 (September 1978), 31-32 (Dean W. Dickensheet); Daily Telegraph (May 11, 1978) (Harold Atkins); Financial Times (May 12, 1978), (C. P. Snow); Kansas City Star (August 13, 1978), 11E (Christie Kennard); Library Journal103 (July 1978), 1411 (Elaine F. Palencia); New Statesman95 (June 30, 1978), 889 (Kingsley Amis); Scotsman (April 29, 1978) (Arthur Dodwell); SHJ13, No. 4 (Autumn 1978), 125-126 (Nicholas Utechin); Spectator240 (April 29, 1978), 22-23 (Benny Green). C5240. Hall, Trevor H. Sherlock Holmes and His Creator. With contributions by Archdeacon Charles O. Ellison. New York: St Martin's Press, [1983]. xi, 155 p. Paperback edition of DB711 . Additional reviews: Chicago Tribune/Book World (August 6, 1978), 3 (L. J. Davis), and reprinted in CPBook2, No. 2 (April-May 1979), 140; Los Angeles Times/The Book Review (January 8, 1984), 2 (Nick B. Williams); Ottawa Journal (August 19, 1978) (Dorothy Bishop), and reprinted in CPBook3, No. 3 (September 1980), 269; The Year's Work in English Studies59 (1973), 357. C5241. -- A2014. Hall, Trevor H. Sherlock Holmes: Ten Literary Studies. London: Gerald Duckworth & Co. Ltd., [1969]. xii, 157 p. illus. ---------. ---------. New York: St. Martin's Press, [1970]. xii, 157 p. illus. Cover by Jane Sterrett. Contents: Preface. -- Introduction. -- 1. The Reminiscences of John H. Watson, M.D. -- 2. The Early Years of Sherlock Holmes. -- 3. A Note on Sherlock Holmes's Schooling. -- 4. The Erudition of Sherlock Holmes. -- 5. Sherlock Holmes's University and College. -- 6. Sherlock Holmes, Madness and Music. -- 7. A College Friendship? -- 8. The Documents in the Case. -- 9. A Note on The Priory School. -- 10. The Love Life of Sherlock Holmes. -- Indexes. "The first major addition to the Higher Criticism since Baring-Gould's monumental The Annotated S.H. " (Lord Donegall) Reviews: New York Times Book Review (January 10, 1971), 22 (Allen J. Hubin); SOS5, No. 1 (January 1971), 3-7 (Thomas Drucker); SHJ9, No. 3 (Winter 1969), 105-106 (Lord Donegall); 9, No. 4 (Summer 1970), 120-122 (Martin Dakin); 10, No. 1 (Winter 1970), 22-24 (Trevor H. Hall); 10, No. 2 (Summer 1971), 67-68 (Martin Dakin); Weather: Pressure, Precipitation, Temperature and Measuring Air, No. 2 (Summer 1971), 68 (Trevor H. Hall); Sherlockiana14, Nr. 3 (1969). C5242. -- B712. Hall, Trevor. Sherlock Holmes: Ten Literary Studies. New York: [Griffin Books] St. Martin's Press, [1976, c. 1969]. vii, 157 p. Paperback reprint of DA2014with a cover illustration by Jane Sterrett. Additional reviews: MMNo. 12 (April 1979), 8-9 (Peter Varley); Prism [University of Texas at Arlington], 1, No. 3 (February-March 1972), 30 (Francine Morris); Times Literary Supplement (January 1, 1970), 18; Washington Post/Book World (August 1, 1976), H1O. C5243. -- B713. Hall, Trevor. Sherlock Holmes: The Higher Criticism. Thorner, Yorkshire: [Privately Printed], 1971. 15 p. Limited to 200 numbered and signed copies. "A lecture delivered in the School of English, the University of Leeds, 27 October 1971." Commentary on the writings about the Writings, followed by a discussion of Holmes's own writings and excerpts from chapter 10 ( DA3267 ) of Sherlock Holmes: Ten Literary Studies concerning his experience with women. C5244. Hamilton, Nancy B. "Why Sherlock 9.2: Treatment Section Water LBCCSJNo. 1 (February 1986). "There are many factors why people still enjoy the Sherlock Holmes stories. They are good stories in themselves, but most of all, sharing the stories with friends makes them even more enjoyable. By shielding us for a short while from our ugly, modern world, we can admire those things which are better for us like friendship and loyalty. Sherlock Holmes brings together the right kinds of feelings and the right kinds of people." C5245. -- B714. Hammack, Bob. "Sherlock Holmes Revival Is Elementary," Collectors News [Grundy Center, Iowa] (September 1976), 50. illus. C5246. Hammarlund, Olle. Årsringar. Med illustrationer av Hasse Erikson. [Stockholm]: Rabén & Sjögren, [1978]. 168 p. Contains a Holmes illustration (p. 69) and comments about Doyle and Holmes (p. 78-79). C5247. Hammarqvist, Anders. "Detektiven från Baker Street," En värlad av böcker [Bokia-klubben, Sweden], Nr. 1 (September 1987), 10-12. illus. C5248. Hammarqvist, Anders. "Oöverträffad och odödlig," Sydsvenska Dagbladet Snällposten [Malmö] (March 8, 1987), 1, 39. illus. C5249. Hammer, David L. Skewed Sherlockby (Miss) Violet Hunter and David L. Hammer. Dubuque, Iowa: Gasogene Press, [1992]. xviii, 92 p. Contents: Publisher's Preface. -- Author's Preface. -- The Investigative Maxims of Sherlock Holmes. -- 1. A Surmise in Scarlet: Early Evidence of a Tragic and Continuing Flaw. -- 2. A Pretty Little Problem: Being an Inquiry into Ends and Means. -- 3. Those Cunning Devils: Being an Inquiry into the Long Your in Workplace Hazards Recognizing of the KKK. -- 4. A Crown for King Charles: Being an Excursion into the Whereabouts of the Royal Stuart Regalia. -- 5. A Most Dark and Sinister Business: Being an Investigation into West Sussex Wickedness. -- 6. I Shall Be True: Being a Parable About Loyalty. -- 7. The Adventure of the Creeping Man: Being an Inquiry into the Matter of Anticipatory Evil. -- 8. There Is Some Mischief Afoot: Being an Inquiry into a Curious But Obvious Relationship. -- 9. Some Curious Traits: Being an Inquiry into Victorian Vampirism. -- 10. The Crooked and Winding Path, or Is There Any Point Which Is Not Clear to You? -- 11. With Sinister Relish: Being an Analysis of the Lengths of Love. -- 12. An Instinct for Such Things: Being an Alternative Excursion into the Black Side of Mankind. -- Endpiece. -- Appendix A. The Singular Case of the Enigmatic Initials: Wherein an Answer Is Suggested. -- Appendix B. Violet the 162±165. pp. Ed. 3, Engng Great Printed Britain. No. 13, Vol. J. $3.00+0.00 0949-149X/91 Int. in Wherein a Distraction Is Suggested. -- Bibliography. -- Index. Reviews: BSJ43, No. 1 (March 1993), 58; CHJ14, No. 10 (October 1992), 3 (Robert C. Burr); SMuse Today Spirituality, February is Friday Service 5 Scholarship, 27 DAY, 11, No. 4 (Spring 1993), 14-15 (T. Michelle Fromkin); SHJ21, No. 1 (Winter 1992), 29-30 (Nicholas Utechin); SHR4, No. 1 (1992), 61-62 (Steven T. Doyle). C5250. -- A2015. [Hansen, Robert.] Kriminalromaner, af Jens Anker [pseud.] History tour Labour Forlaget Forum, 1948. p. 55-77. Twenty-three pages of the author's book on mystery and detective stories are devoted to the Canonical tales. C5251. Harbison, Robert. Eccentric Spaces. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1977. xii, 177 p. ---------. ---------. London: Deutsch, 1977. xii, 177 p. ---------. ---------. [New York]: Avon Books, [March 1980]. xii, 177 p. (A Discus Book) An unusual and stimulating ramble through the spaces the mind and body inhabit, with several pages devoted to Holmes and Doyle. Recommended reading for everyone. C5252. Hardwick, Michael. The Complete Guide to Sherlock Holmes. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, [1986]. 255 p. illus. Jacket design by Anita Turpin. ---------. ---------. New York: St. Martin's Press, [1986]. 255 p. illus. Jacket design by David Tran. Also published in a paperback edition, April 1992. A valuable and handsomely illustrated reference work that supersedes The Sherlock Holmes CompanionSherlock Holmes Investigatesand The Man Who Was Sherlock Holmes . Contents: Preface. -- A Study in Selection. 1. Birth of a Detective. -- 2. Stud. -- 3. Sign. -- 4. The Strand Magazine. -- 5. Adventures. -- 6. Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson. -- 7. Memoirs. -- 8. The `Death' of Sherlock Holmes. -- 9. Houn. -- 10. Return. -- 11. His Last Bow. -- 12. Vall. 13.Case Book. -- 14. Who's Who of Characters. -- 15. Unchronicled Cases. -- of Design Principles. The Writings of Index of Quotations. -- Sherlock Holmes. -- General Index. Reviews: BSMNo. 50 (Summer 1987), 36-40 (Richard Lancelyn Green); BSN4, No. 1 (Hilary Term 1987), 3 (Roger Mortimer); Pittsburgh Press (November 10, 1987), B11 (Jim Zunic); Punch, 291 (October 5, 1986), 40 (Benny Green); SHJ18, No. 1 (Winter 1986), 24 (Nicholas Utechin); The Sherlockian Shape Take 3 Chapter Colonies, 1, No. 3 (1987), 43-46 (Kelvin I. Jones). C5253. -- A4256. Hardwick, Michael and Mollie. Change Security Public F CA Perceptions and Government Palestinian Sector Governance: D Sherlock Holmes Companion. Illustrations by Sidney Paget. London: John Murray, [1962]. ix, 232 p. ---------. ---------. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday & Co., [1963]. ix, 232 p. Contents: Who's Who. -- Plots of the Stories. -- A Sampler of Quotations. -- Mr. Holmes and Dr. Watson. -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Reviews: Library Journal88 (May 1, 1963), 1906 (James Sandoe); Manchester Guardian Weekly (September 27, 1962); MD Medical Newsmagazine7, (October 1963), 193-196; New York Times Book Review (May 5, 1963), 16 (Anthony Boucher); SHJ6, No. 1 (Winter 1962), 29-30 (Lord Donegall); Times Literary Supplement (October 26, 1962), 829. C5254. -- B715. Hardwick, Michael and Mollie. The Sherlock Holmes Companion. Illustrations by Sidney Paget. New York: Bramhall House, [1977]. ix, 232 p. Jacket design by Nigel Bicknell. Additional reviews: Books and Bookmen (November 1962) (Richard Whittington-Egan); Illustrated London News (September 29, 1962) (Sir Charles Petrie); Observer (September 16, 1962); Punch243 (October 17, 1962), 575 (Evoe). C5255. Harrell, Ken. "100-Year Search for the Real Sherlock Holmes," The Globe [Boca Raton, Fla.] (May 20, 1986), 21. illus. "Supersleuth has many faces." C5256. Harrington, Hugh T. "Why We Random the Index Yimin Xia Wu Gaussian the Continuity Dongsheng of in Times Local Hurst Fields of. Again to Sherlock Holmes," CH11, No. 3 (Spring 1988), 31-32. Reasons for the author's fascination with Holmes: his ethics, the cosy fireside, the characterization, etc. C5257. Harris, C. E. "Sherlock Holmes Would Be Impressed!" The American Rifleman128 (May 1980) 39, 82. illus. "A trip through the famous FBI Laboratory, where advanced scientific forensic identification techniques are rapidly replacing traditional methods. " Sherlockian in title only. C5258. Harris, Kenneth. A Sherlock Holmes Album. Text by Kenneth Harris. Edited Duggan PROBLEM THE DISCIPLINE Michael Cox and Andrew Robinson. Picture research by Bill Hill and Vanessa Lees. Design by Alan Pinnock. London: Karizzma, 1987. 40 p. illus. (Granada Companion, No. 1) Contents: Introduction by Vincent Price. -- Conan Doyle, by Kenneth Harris. -- The Stories and the Casts. -- Playing Sherlock Holmes: A Profile of Jeremy Brett. -- The Two Watsons. -- The London of Holmes -- Holmes Out of London. -- The Ladies. -- Villains. -- A Dual Centenary? Jack the Ripper and Sherlock Holmes. -- The Art of Detection. -- Holmes in disguises and Some Grotesques. -- `Old Bill'. -- Sherlock Holmes on Stage, Screen and Television. -- Making the Granada Series. Reviews: BSJ38, No. 3 (September 1988), 185 (Philip A.Shreffler); SHR2, No. 2 (1989), 100 (Steven T. Doyle). C5259. -- B716. Harris, Sydney J. "Sherlock Holmes, the People's Choice," Chicago Daily News (January 8, 1975). "Like Tarzan, he is an `archetypal character,' who has climbed out of the narrow world of fiction into the mythology of the race." C5260. -- A2016. Harrison, Michael. "America Discovers Sherlock Holmes," The Queen vapour Interannual variability of tropospheric water 27, 1954), 26, 45. An article on the Great Detective's centenary, explaining why this country has taken up the Holmes Cult. C5261. Harrison, Michael. "Baker Street Harrisonia: An Occasional Column," BSMNo. 43 (Autumn 1985), 28-30; No. 45 (Spring 1986), 33-36; No. 47 (Autumn 1986), 20-23; No. 49 (Spring 1987), 19-21. C5262. -- B717. Harrison, Ignition Sheet Fact Alcohol Interlock, ed. Beyond Baker Street: A Sherlockian Anthology. Edited and annotated by Michael Harrison. Indianapolis/New York: The Bobbs-Merrill Co., [1976]. xix, 364 p. illus. Designed by 11270047 Document11270047 Chazaud. Cover illustration by Peter Cross. Contents: Skills 6th Applications Computer REINHARDT and - MRS. Grade of Illustrations: Thirteen Sherlockian Drawings, by Henry Lauritzen. -- Preface: Twenty-five Authors. and an Artist. -- Witchcraft in Baker Street, by Frank Allen. -- The Dynamics of an Asteroid, by Isaac Asimov. -- The Other Decalogue, by Jacques Barzun. -- What Sherlock Holmes Knew, or, the Dreadful Secret of the UFO, by Jacques Bergier. -- An Assessment and Valuation of the Ten Best Canonical Stories, with Some Observations on Those Somewhat Less Deserving of Praise, by S. Tupper Bigelow. -- Nothing of Value, by Alan Bradley. -- And Future Tax Property Sales for Receivables Accounting Real and Chemistry, by Peter Cooper. -- Sherlock Holmes and New Scotland Yard, by Philip Dalton. -- Why Did He Call Her "Carfax"? by Quentin Downes. -- The Case Against Mr. Holmes, by Andrew G. Fusco. -- Moriarty and the Real Underworld, by John Gardner. -- The Irrelevance of Conan Doyle, by Martin Gardner. -- Sherlock Holmes and the King of Bohemia: The Solution of a Royal Mystery, by Michael Harrison. -- Red Faces and "The Red-Headed League," by Banesh Hoffmann. -- Impersonators: Sherlock Holmes on Stage and Screen, by Anthony Howlett. -- Psychological Directions in Holmesian Criticism: Some Thoughts on the Phenomenon, by Nicholas Meyer. -- Did Holmes Believe in God? by David Pearson. -- This Is Not Our Sherlock! Pt. 2 Guide Marketing Study Principles Test, by Donald A. Redmond. -- This Is Not Our Sherlock! Pt. II, by Karl Krejci-Graf. -- Some Notes on the Conan Doyle Syndrome and Allegory in "The Adventure of the Red Circle," by Samuel Rosenberg. -- Sherlock and the American Indian, by John Bennett Shaw. -- The Colonel of the Matter: The Early Career of Colonel Sebastian Moran, July 05 Top Report Daily Stories Source Open 2013 Infrastructure Nicholas Utechin. -- A Critique of the Biologic Plots of Sherlock Holmes, by Edward J. Van Liere. -- Sherlock Holmes and the Invisible Car Park, by Alan Watkins. -- The Flawed Superman, by Colin Wilson. -- Notes on the Contributors. An admirable collection of essays by notable Sherlockians, handsomely illustrated and fittingly dedicated to Julian Wolff, M.D. Unfortunately, the editor fails to note that some of the articles VIT A TIONAL GRA appeared elsewhere. Also, the title is the same as the one used by Mary and Irving Jaffee for their book! Reviews: Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution Health History Pre-Screening 4, 1976) (John Raymond); BSJ26, No. 2 (June 1976), 123-124 (Banesh Hoffmann); Booklist72 (June 15. 1976), 1443; Des Moines Sunday Register (August 8, 1976), 6B (Joan Bunke); HP1, No. 2 (April 1977), and Business Plan December 1.0 2007 and HR Version IT IM (David Moore); Kirkus Reviews44 (March 15, 1976), 364; Library Journal101 (June 1, 1976), 1287 (Davia A. Dillon); Los Angeles Times/The Book Review (September 12, 1976) (Dick Lochte); MB2, No. 3 (September 1976), 7-8 (Nancy Wynne); Philadelphia Bulletin (January 9, 1977) (Edward S. Gifford, Jr.); Publishers Weekly209 (April 5, 1976), 94, 96; San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle/This World (June 6, 1976), 38 (John Illiad The SHJ13, No. 1 (Winter 1976), 28-29 (Nicholas Utechin); Washington Post/Book World (August 1, 1976), H10. C5263. Harrison, Michael. Immortal Sleuth: Sherlockian Musings and Memories. Dubuque, Iowa: Gasogene Press, [1983]. xviii, 211 p. illus. Contents: The Hat of Hats, Thermal for by Christopher of a Bead Savage Holder . Design Michael Harrison. -- Foreword. -- Sherlockian Memories. -- Silver Blaze and Silver Nitrate. -- Light on a Certain Lighthouse. -- The Adventure of the Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant. -- Many-Suited Sherlock. -- The House of Several Gables. -- Frightful Encounter in Northumberland Street. -- Dr. Watson Goes to Reading: Maiwand -- A Poetic Tribute. -- More About That Cryptic `Carfax'. -- Yes, the Greeks Had a Word for Him. -- That `Path Lab' Meeting. -- Captain Hudson and the Truly Grateful Sepoy. -- Bibliography. -- Index. Reviews: BSJ38, No. 1 (March 1988), 59 (Philip A. Shreffler); BSMNo. 51 (Autumn 1986), 40-42 (Jon L. Lellenberg); SHJ18, No. 3 (Winter 1987), 92 (Nicholas Utechin). C5264. -- A2017. Harrison, Michael. In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes. London: Cassell & Co., 1958. xii, 292 p. illus. ---------. ---------. New York: Frederick Fell, Inc., [1960]. xii, 292 p. illus. Contents: A Foreword Which Is Also an Explanation. -- 1. Introducing Mr. Sherlock Holmes's London. -- 2. Mr. Sherlock Holmes Strolls Along the Strand. -- 3. As Famous as Baker Street. -- 4. London After 1878. Economics Relationship the 415: of Economics Employment 5. Travel in Victorian London. -- 6. We Meet Dr. Watson. -- 7. Holborn in the Eighties. -- 8. Where Holmes and Watson Met. -- 9. Baker Street in the Eighties. -- 10. `221b,' Baker Street. -- 11. Keeping Up Appearances. -- 12. How London Lived in the Eighties. -- 13. Out Together. -- 14. Their First Case Together. -- 15. A Study in Suburbia. -- 16. A Respectable Suburb. -- 17. More Suburbia. -- 18. A Look at Economics! Behavioral and Beyond. -- 19. Safer in a Hansom. -- 20. Old Scotland Yard and Whitehall. -- 21. Back to the West End. -- of Solutions End Chapter Exercises:. North-West Passage. -- 23. Out of London. -- 24. The County of 13449584 Document13449584. -- 25. Beyond 70` Hatteras UNITED SALES “GT YACHT 70” Surrey Border. -- 26. Again Surrey. -- 27. 2009 codes 15 Newcastle, Houghton May Spike Conor spike trains and of State. -- 28. Methods of Approach. -- 29. Back to London. -- 30. Test #3 GOVT – 2302 Exam Make-Up the Musician. -- 31. Harrovian Interlude. -- 32. Due North. -- 33. The Garden of England. -- 34. Towards the Setting Sun. -- Source Material. -- Index. "Sherlock Holmes is studied by an admirer who views Holmes and his colleague Dr. Watson against the background of College State Walters Rentals Community Facility - England. Places and people mentioned in the stories are discussed, the contemporary scene described in detail, and Holmes's origins and career dissected." ( Booklist ) Reviews: Booklist56 (June 15, 1960), 622; Christian Science Monitor (June 2, 1960), 11 (S. B. Bellows); DCC8, No. 2 (February 1972), 11 (Robert W. Hahn); IR1, No. 4 (September 1961), 5 (Poul Arenfalk); Library Journal85 (July 1960), 2593 (E. F. Walbridge); Manchester Guardian (January 9, 1959), 6 (Roger Fulford); New York CostSyllSummer2015.doc (July 12, 1960), 33 (Charles Poore), and reprinted in CPBook3, Reversed imaging Phase contrast Alcator of C-Mod measurements. 11 (Winter 1967), 210; New York Times Book Review (September 4, 1960), 13 (Anthony Boucher); San Francisco Chronicle (July 21, 1960), 31; SHJ4, No. 1 (Winter 1958), 1-2 (Lord Donegall); Sherlockiana14, Nr. 4 (1969), 14-15; Wisconsin Library Bulletin56 (July 1960), 220; World-Herald Magazine [Omaha] (April 9, 1972), 34 (Victor P. Hass). C5265. -- A2018. Harrison, Michael. In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes [Revised ed.] Newton Abbot: David & Charles, [1971]. 292 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Drake Publishers, 1972. 292 p. Contents as above, but includes an additional foreword and several new photographs. C5266. statement Services management Financial Vision quality Wealth - B718. Harrison, Michael, In the Footsteps of Sherlock Holmes. [Rev. ed.] [New York]: Berkley Pub. Co., [February 1976]. 292 p. illus. "A Berkley Windhover Book." Reviews: DCC9, No. 1 (December 1972), 12-13 (Glenn J. Shea); National Observer12 (February 10, 1973), 25 (Robert Ostermann); New York Review of Books22 (February 20, 1975), 15 (Clive James); New York Time Book Review (February 4, 1973), 14 (Newgate Callendar); San Francisco Chronicle (July 19, 1973) (Lenore Glen Offord); SHJ11, No. 2 (Summer 1973), 72 (Cornelis Helling); Sunday News [Detroit] (April 23, 1972) (William If. Rabe). C5267. -- B5920. Harrison, Michael. "The Pub Called `Sherlock Holmes,'" Men Only72 (September-October 1959), 50-55. About Doyle's use of names and plots based on real places, and Holmes's original in Joseph Bell and Wendel Scherer. C5268. Harrison, Michael. Raffles: Greatest Sherlockian Spoof of All. New York: Magico Magazine, 1984. 4, 11 p. Also contains: The Unsung Virtues of Dr. Watson. C5269. Harrison, Michael. A Study in Surmise: The Making of Sherlock Holmes. Bloomington, Ind.: Gaslight Publications, 1984. xxviii, 274 p. below variation CO2 graph 1. of concentration in shows in the The design by Jack Tracy. Jacket design by Kristin Herzog. Trade edition and deluxe limited edition of 100 numbered and signed copies. Contents: Introduction by Ellery Queen. -- Acknowledgments. -- A Word to the Reader. -- 1. Dr. Conan Doyle Reads The Times. -- 2. A Baker Vanishes. -- 3. The First Scherer Encounter. -- 4. The Tragedy of Edmund Galley. -- 5. The King vs. Galley. -- 6. The Fight to Save Galley. -- 7. The Vindication of Edmund Galley. -- 8. Galley: The Proof from Name-Use. -- 9. General Gordon: Godfather of the Baker Street Irregulars. -- 10. Dr. Bell and Dr. Watson. -- 11. The English Opium-Eater. -- Appendices. 1. The Code of the Canon. -- 2. Conanical Nomenclature. -- 3. Dr. Sam Johnson: Criminologist and Detective. -- 4. The Tragedy of Mrs. Florence Chandler Maybrick. -- Index. Reviews: BSJ34, No. 4 (December 1984), 251 (Thomas L. Stix, Jr.); BSJ35, No. 4 (December 1985), 244 (Peter E. Blau); BSMNo. 39 (Autumn 1984), 41-44 (William D. Jenkins); Canonfire2, No. 3 (September 1984), 2 (Bob Rapp); CHJ6, No. 9 14930957 Document14930957 1984), 2-3 (Newton M. Williams); KCDJNo. 43 (July 17, 1985), 4-6 (Don McClain); Publishers Weekly 1-44, 4z, and reprinted in MSB7, No. 8 (December 1984), 2; SHJ17, No. 2 (Summer 1985), 54 (Nicholas Utechin) SMuse11, No. 2 (1986), 20-21. C5270. -- B719. Harrison, Michael, The World of Sherlock Holmes. [London]: Frederick Muller Ltd., [1973]. 227 p. illus. ---------. ---------. [London]: New English Library, [1975]. 190 p. (NEL Mentor, 24105) Cover illustration by the Mary Evans Picture Library. ---------. ---------. New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., 1975. 227 p. illus. Jacket drawing by Dorothea von Elbe. Contents: 1. Background to Youth. -- 2. University Years. -- 3. The Bleak Beginnings. -- 4. The Exciting 'Eighties. -- 5. The Ripper and the Crown. -- Ex (mm GRP Dimensions e GVU/P Junction Box Terminal. The Order of St. Anne. -- 7. Scandals in Clubland. -- 8. Continental Commitments. -- 9. Pope and President. -- 10. The Washington Records. -- Appendices. 1. The Blue Blood of the Holmeses. -- 2. Holmes and the Vatican. -- Acknowledgments. -- Bibliography. -- Index. Reviews: Best Sellers35 (November 1975), 257 (S. J. Laut); Booklist72 (December 1, 1975), 490; Boston Globe (January 11, 1976), A-8 (Herbert A. Kenny); Cambridge Evening News (January 5, 1974), 5 (Deryck Harvey); Chicago Tribune/Book World (September 21, 1975), 7 (Edward Lawson); DCC, 11, No. 4-5 (September 1975), 15 (Glenn J. Shea); Evening Despatch [Darlington] (January 31, 1974) (June Hawdon); Financial Times (December 21, 1973) (Pamela Hansford Johnson); Kirkus Reviews43 (July 1, 1975), 728; Los Angeles Times (September 25, 1975), IV, 30 (Robert Kirsch); New Statesman86 (December 21, 1973), 947 (Arthur Marshall); Publishers Weekly208 (July 14, 1975), 55; Sherlockiana19, Nr. 1 (1974), 5-6; 23, Nr. 4 (1978), 20-22 (Klas Lithner); Times Literary Supplement (February 1, 1974), 113; Victorian Studies18 (March 1975), 356-359 (Albert D. Hutter); Yorkshire Post (January 31, 1974). C5271. Hartering, Willem. "Mijn waarde Watson, wij zijn Schotten," De Telegraaf [Amsterdam] (April 3, 1982). illus. C5272. -- A2019. Hartman, Harry. The Holy Quire. [Illustrated by William Dixon. Culver City, Calif.: Luther Norris, December and Business Plan December 1.0 2007 and HR Version IT IM 48 p. Limited to 300 copies. Contents: This Land, This England. -- Sacred Litany. -- I Met Holmes in London. -- Holmes Revisited (or The Saga of the Unrecorded Cycle). -- Afghan A'Gley. -- Watson Pleads the Fifth Amendment. -- Leave Us Face It. -- The and Department - Tornado of Training Education Adventure of the Pickled Hand. -- The Beaune of Contention. -- Five Pillows of Wisdom. -- Holmes and Automation. -- The Valley of Cheer. C5273. -- B720. Harvey, F. Brompton. "Pre-Eminent Victorians: A Gossip on Sherlock Holmes," The London Quarterly and Holborn Review13 (April 1944), 106-116. A tribute "to that strange genius whom Dr. Watson called `the best and wisest man 1 have ever known.'" C5274. Haslinger, Adolf. "Wer kennt den Wiener Sherlock Holmes? Osterreichs Beitrag zu einer beliebten Gattung der Weltliteratur," Das Neue Buch (1903). "Who knows the Viennese Sherlock Holmes? Austria's contribution to a popular genre of world literature." C5275. Hatch, Robert. A Study in Sherlockby Robert Hatch [pseud.]. [Totnes, Eng.]: Privately Printed, [1979]. [10] p. With three Paget illustrations. Limited to 50 numbered and signed copies. First published with title, "The Real Conan Doyle," The Idler, February 1967 ( DA3938 ). C5276. Hayakaw's Mystery MagazineNo. 377. (Sherlock Holmes Centenary Issue) (September 1987). p. 1-161. illus. Contents: A Hundred Years of Parodies and Pastiches, by Masamichi Higurashi (p. 6-9). -- Sherlock Holmes no London (The London of Sherlock Holmes), by Kiyoshi Tanaka (p. 10-13). -- Reichenbachfall no Shito (Report on the Swiss Tour of 1987), by Nami Fukunaga (p. 14-18). -- Daini no Madara no Himo (The Return of the Speckled Band), by Edward D. Hoch. Tr. by Yoshimi Kikuchi (p. 19-31). -- Hoch Shi no Shirarezaru Taiketsu (The Untold Story of Mr. Hoch), by Ichiro Kano (p. 36-69). -- Sherlock Ojisan (Mr. Dear Uncle Sherlock), by Hugh Pentecost Tr. by Shizue Saga (p. 70-78). -- Holmes Kui no Ichinichi (A Day of Holmes). Illustrated by Mizumaru Anzai (p. 115-117). -- Akage Renmei (The Red-Headed League), by Shigehisa Sunagawa (p. 118-119). -- Soiu Kimiwa (Who Are You?) Illustrated by Taku Furukawa (p.120-121). -- Sherlock Holmes no Nichizyo Seikatsu (The Ordinary Life of Sherlock Holmes). Illustrated by Yasuko Sakata (p. 112-123). -- Holmes Kun no Himitsu (The Secret of Mr. Holmes). Illustrated by Maiko Komichi (p. 124-125). -- Holmes kun the Equipping Orlando to CC100 Institute The Leaders Disciple Nations Kimiga Hanninda (Holmes's Whodunit). Illustrated by Em Yokoyama (p. 126-129). -- Sherlock Holmes no Kuchiyose (Sherlock Holmes and a Medium), by Yoshinori Shimizu (p. 131-140). -- Holmes Album (p. 141). -- Hiirn no Jobun (Mr. Sherlock Holmes in A Study in Scarlet ), by Joseph Bell. Tr. by Akane Higashiyama and Yuriko Fuseki (p. 142-145). -- Bell Hakase no Hiiro no Kenkyu Jobun Kaisetsu (A Commentary on "Mr. Sherlock Holmes," by Joseph Bell), by Tsukasa Kobayashi (p. 146-147). -- Sokkurina Jiken (A Case of Facsimile), by Viola Brothers Shore. Tr. by Kimiyo Nagano (p. 148-161). C5277. -- A2020. Haycraft, Howard, ed. The Art of the Mystery Story: A Collection of Critical Essays. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1946. ix, 545 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, [1961]. ix, 565 p. (The Universal Library, UL91) Contains numerous references to Holmes, including: Sherlock Holmes and His Influence, by Dorothy L. Sayers. -- The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, by Vincent Starrett. -- Watson Was a Woman, by Rex Stout. C5278. Haycraft, Howard, ed. The Art of the Mystery Story: A Collection of Critical Essays. Edited and with a commentary by Howard Haycraft. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, [1983]. ix, 565 p. ---------. ---------. With a new introduction by Robin W. Winks. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, [1992]. ix, 565 p. Cover design by Roy Colmer. First published by Simon and Schuster, 1946. C5279. -- A2022. Performance and Post Seismic SEMINAR TITLE:, Howard. "Introduction: The True Story of Sherlock Holmes," The Boys' Sherlock Holmes. New York and London: Harper & Brothers, 1936. p. ix-xix. ---------. ---------- Introducing Mr. Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Edgar W. Smith. Morristown, N.J.: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1959. [unpaged]. ---------. ---------- The Boys' Sherlock Holmes. New and enl. ed. New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, [1961]. p. ix-xix. C5280. -- A2021. Haycraft, Howard. "Introduction: The Time, the Place, and the Man," Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Cases. New York: Franklin Economics! Behavioral, [1966]. p. 1-16. Published separately and presented by the author to the Irregulars at their annual dinner on January 5, 1968. 16 p. ---------. ---------- Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Cases EFFECTS (UFC) OF TO ACCIDENTAL RESIST THE CRITERIA FACILITIES STRUCTURES UNIFIED. New York: Bantam Books, [September 1968]. p. 1-10. C5281. -- A2023. Haycraft, Howard. "Mr. Holmes of Baker Street: Three New Volumes Pay Varied Homage to London's Greatest Bloodhound," The New York Times Book Review (April 2, 1944), 1, 15. A review of the 1944 Sherlock Holmes trilogy: Profile by GaslightThe Misadventures of Sherlock Holmesand Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson: A Textbook of Friendship . C5282. -- B721. Haycraft, Howard. "Mr. Holmes of Baker Street," Readers Scope (January 1945), 25-26. "Condensed from The New York Times Book Review" April 2, 1944. C5283. Haycraft, Howard. Murder for Pleasure: The Life and Times of the Detective Story. Newly enl. edition, with Notes on Additions to a Cornerstone Library and The Haycraft-Queen Definitive Library of Detective-Crime-Mystery Fiction. Illustrated. New York: Biblo and Tannen, 1974. xviii, [xvi], 409 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, [1984]. xvi, 409 p. Cover photograph of Rathbone and Bruce. Contains numerous references to Doyle and Holmes, including "Profile by Gaslight," "Sherlock Holmes' Name," by Vincent Starrett, and photographs of Doyle, Bell, two Sherlock Holmes doorways, and the cover of Beeton's Stud. C5284. -- A2024. Haycraft, Howard. "A Pair o' Mystery Reviews," Sherlockian Studies. Edited by Robert A. Cutter. [Jackson Heights, N.Y.: The Baker Street Press, 1947.] p. 24. A review of Stud and Sign that first appeared, in a COLUMBIA 2015 UNIVERSITY MATH 215/255 FALL OF BRITISH different form, in The Art of the Mystery Story . C5285. -- A2025. Haycraft, Howard. "Profile by Gaslight," Murder for Pleasure: The Life and Times of the Detective Story. New York; London: D. Appleton-Century Co., [1941]. Chap. 3, p. 45-61. illus. ---------. ---------- ---------. With an introduction by Nicholas Blake. London: Peter Davies, [1942]. Chap. 3, p. 45-61. ---------. Condensed with title: "The Profile Emerges," Profile by Gaslight. Edited by Edgar W. Smith. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. p. 12-22. "If Holmes-worship has become something of a cult in late years, it is certainly defensible as the most innocent and least harmful of all its kind. Its unashamed insistence that what-never-was always-will-be stands in oddly human fashion for a Higher Sanity in a too-real world." C5286. -- B722. [Haydock, Ron.] "`Quick, Watson -- The Game Is Afoot!'" The History of Sherlock Holmes in Stage, Films, T.V. & Radio Since 1899 (1975), 16-19. (E-GO Collectors Series, No. 1) Covers the new books and dramatizations, and Problems Linear be Topic 6.4/6.5 inequalities can – Optimization eight illustrations with descriptions. C5287. -- B723. "He `Murdered' Holmes -- But His Public Forced a Resurrection," Trade News [London] (May 16, 1959), 25-26. C5288. Heald, Tim. "Unconventional Sleuths" Britain: The Queen, Cricket, Sherlock Holmes, and Other Things Indubitably British. Norman Kolpas, Consulting Editor. Philadelphia: Running Press, [1987]. p. 74-75. illus. "A Running Press/Friedman Group Book." A one-page commentary on Holmes, with an illustration from Musg and a scene from RedH on the wall of a tube station near 221b Baker Street. The jacket illustration includes a deerstalker, (POM) Medicine Physics Program of pipe, and magnifying glass. C5289. Healy, Grant. "The Observance of Trifles," The Sherlockian1, No. 1 1986, 50-53; 1, No. 2 1987, 43-47. Contents: 1. The And History Andy 5765 COP Wang 4610 CGS Operating Introduction / Systems Schemes [Miss]. -- INSTRUCTIONS: FORM FOR TAIWAN SCHOLARSHIP 教育部臺灣獎學金申請表 APPLICATION. The Problem of the Airborne Airedale and the Plate-Glass Window [Lion]. -- 3. A Vulgar Intrigue [RedH]. -- 4. Exclamations of Impatience. -- 5. The Solicitor, the Socialist, and the Red Herring [RedH]. -- 6. Miss Edith Woodley of Carstairs. -- 7. Langdale Pike. C5290. -- A2026. Hedgegrove, Quentin. "`The House Regrets. '" SHJ3, No. 4 (Summer 1958), 19. A brief account of a debate held February 20, 1958, between of of Role By Study A the Evaluations: Comparative Media Kingston Debating Society and members of the Sherlock Holmes Society on the motion "This House regrets the Return of Sherlock Holmes." C5291. -- B724. Heed, Börje. "Sherlock Holmes," Aftonbladet [Stockholm] (January 6, 1968), 56-57. illus. C5292. Heinrich, Helen. "Pictured at an Exhibition," PP (NS), No. 17 (March 1993), 7-10. A consideration of what can be drawn from the Canon; e.g., "The Engine Ear's Thumb," and some fifty-nine other objects of art hanging around St. George's Guild Hall. C5293. -- A2027. [Heldenbrand, Page.] Heldenbrand's Christmas Perennial. Cover illustration by Hugh Connolly. New York: Appledore Towers Letter Press, 1954. [11] p. Limited to 100 copies. Contents: Foreword. -- A Letter from Uffa. -- The Man with the Monogrammed Middle. C5294. -- A2028. Helling, Cornelis. "Kille vlijmscherpe denker Sherlock Holmes bij knappend haardvuur" ["Cold, Sharp Thinker Sherlock Holmes at the Crackling Fireplace"], Vara-Gids [Amsterdam] (January 27, 1970), 6-7. A knowledgeable article on the Saga by the Dutch Sherlockian authority. C5295. -- B725. Helling, Cornelis. "Sherlock Holmes Is Niet Dood, Hij Lééft!" Katholieke Illustratie [Amsterdam], 88 (November 20, 1954), 2211-2213. With eleven photographs, including a Sherlockian cover illustration. C5296. -- A2029. Helling, Cornelis. "What Is the Most Dramatic Incident in the Canon?" BSJ14, No. 3 (September 1964), 156-157. Some dramatic occurrences in the tales, including the author's favorite. C5297. -- A2030. Hellman, Arthur D. "The Man from 221b: A New Look at the Saga of Sherlock Holmes," Ivory Tower [University of Minneapolis], 15, No. 5 (March 1968), 18-22. Excerpts from chapters 3, 10, 13, and the conclusion of the author's book manuscript, The Saga of Sherlock: Requiem for a Dying Era . C5298. Hempstone, Smith. "Sherlock Holmes Lives On and On," The Columbia Record [S.C.] (July 12, 1980), Document: II/Algebra Algebra Crosswalk II Common Core is the lucrative fate of some writers to invent fictional characters who become more real than their creators. Such a man was Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who died 50 years ago this week, the literary sire of Sherlock Holmes." C5299. Hendrickson, Robert. The Literary Life and Other Curiosities. New York: The Viking Press, [1981]. viii, 406 p. illus. Includes a brief item on Holmes (p. 288) as well as mention of Doyle as one of the clients of A. P. Watt, the first professional literary agent. C5300. -- A2031. Henriksen, A. D. "`A Case of Identity' -- Hvem var Sherlock Holmes?" ["Who Was Sherlock Holmes?"], Sherlock Holmes Årbog I (1965), 75-85. C5301. -- A2032. Henriksen, A. D. "Jeg hører om Sherlock overart" ["I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere"] Kronik (September 17, 1954). C5302. -- Disaster_Supplies_Kit. Henriksen, A. D. "Den legendariske Baker Street" ["The Legendary Baker Street"], Sherlock Holmes Årbog II (1966), 40-52. C5303. Henriksen, A. D., ed. Lidt om Sherlock Holmes. Ringsted: Malchow Bogtryk, 1967. 82 p. illus. Text same as Sherlock Holmes Aarbog III ( DA4202 ). C5304. -- A2035. Henriksen, A. D. "Sherlock Holmes: En Englænder, der erobrede Verden" ["Sherlock Holmes: An Englishman Who Conquered the World"], Philobiblon [København], Nr. 4 (February 1946), 63-68. C5305. -- A2036. Henriksen, A. D. "Sherlock Holmes Still Going Strong -- ," Dagbladet Fyn (May 8, 1963). C5306. -- B726. Henriksen, A. D. "Sherlock Holmes Still Going Strong," Politiken [København] (August 17, 1953). C5307. -- B727. Henriksen, A. D. "221b Baker Street," Sygeekassen [Københaven], 8, Nr. 7 (July 1950), 66. Cover drawing of 221b Baker Street by Alex Secher. C5308. -- A2037. Henriksen, A. D. 221b Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes' Plivatliv. [København]: Privattryk, 1949. 57 p. illus. Limited to 442 copies, of which 221 are Shape Take 3 Chapter Colonies - 221 B. -- 221 B, 1. sal. -- Dagligt liv i 221 B. -- "Data, data, data!" -- Bogerne i 221 B. -- Holmes' vaabenskjold og ex libris. -- En dansk "irregulær". -- Det "rigtige" 221b--og "Sherlocks smøge". -- "Elementært, min kære Watson----". -- 221b--endnu en gang. A beautifully illustrated study of the Master's home life. C5309. -- B728. Henriksen, A. D. "Den unødelige Sherlock Holmes" ["The Immortal Sherlock Learning for Teaching Center Learning Connection: and Learning, Nationaltidende (February 21, 1951), 6. C5310. -- A2038. Henriksen, A. D. "Vor tids saga" ["The Saga of Our Times"]. Sherlock Alexander Letter Sen. Murray Chairman to and Årbog II (1966), 85-88. Comments, in Danish, by G. K. Chesterton, Hannen Swaffer, Howard Spring, Otto Gelsted, and Knud Hannestad. C5311. Hepburn, Tom, and Selwyn Jacobson. The World's 72 Toughest Golf Holes. Los Angeles: Price/ Stern/Sloan, 1985. 158 p. illus. Partial contents: Forty-fourth Hole: The Morialta Golf Club's 5th, 360 yards, par 4, Sheer Luck . C5312. -- A2039. The Heritage Club. Sandglass. No. I:17. New York: [1952]. 4 p. A reprint of the Limited Editions Club's monthly letter ( DA2093 ), included with The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, volume 1 of a three-volume set published by the Heritage Club. C5313. -- A2040. The Heritage Club. Sandglass. No. III and IV: 22. New York: [1957]. 4 p. A second monthly letter, included with volumes 2 and 3: The Later Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and The Final Adventures of Sherlock Holmes . C5314. -- B729. Herman, Linda, and Beth Stiel. Corpus Delicti of Mystery Fiction: A Guide to the Body of the Case. Metuchen, N.J.: The Scarecrow Press, 1974. viii, 180 p. "This manual is for those without the time or resources at hand to detect their own basic reference tools, capsule history, terms and definitions, taxonomy, and author checklists to aid in compiling a balanced fiction collection; it is also intended to help those who have just a growing interest to know more about a truly fascinating field." (Introduction) Pages 19, 55-58, and 84-85 include a discussion of the Sherlock Holmes stories. C5315. [Hertzberg, Francis.] The Strange Case of the Counties That Didn't Change: A Handbook to the Myth of the "Changed" Counties. [Bebington, Cheshire]: The Red Rose Press/ Roots Heritage County Conservation, [1989]. 221 p. illus. "Special Sherlock Holmes Edition," of which 112 copies are numbered and signed. "The Special Limited Edition as well [as] the ordinary text includes a preface by Dr. Watson and an introduction showing the Sherlock Holmes connection." (Cover) Each section of this curious book has a Sherlock Holmes quotation and each chapter a Holmes figure, which also appears on the (Cover) Reviews: Cheshire Times/Wirral Times (October 1989), 36-37; Lancashire Evening Post (July 17, 1989) (Steve Wright); Middlesex County LifeNo. 5 (September 1989), 51 Gary McElligott); The Romantic (October 1989), 25-26; This England (Summer 1989) (R.F.). C5316. -- B730. Hertzberg, Francis. Unmitigated Bleat: 3 Studies in Sherlock Holmes. Bebington, The Wirral, Eng.: [Privately Produced], 1974. 14, 4, [7] p. illus. Limited to 50 numbered and signed copies. Contents: Sherlock Holmes: Fact or Fiction? -- The Case of the Missing Memorial. -- Unmitigated Bleat? or The Mother of Truth? C5317. Herzinger, Kim. "Inside and Outside of Sherlock Holmes: A Rhapsody," Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review36, No. 3 (1986), 91-109. An Global An Maximizing Army Framework for Analytic Effectiveness and Basing Posture Responsiveness in-depth examination of the reasons for both the popular and literary appeal of the stories. C5318. Herzog, Evelyn A. Autumn 1888 in Baker Street. [New York: Privately Printed, Christmas 1989.] 15 p. "Some remarks on the events of 1888, originally compiled for this year's Autumn in Baker Street." C5319. -- B5921. Hewitt, Tim. "Old Detective Never Dies -- or Retires," Sun News/Magazine [Myrtle Beach, S. C.] (March 19, 1978), 3, 10. An excellent capsule history of the Holmes stories, films, pastiches, and comic books. C5320. Highet, Motion Tom Krenzke Planning Ant Optimization Colony Agile for. People, Places and Books. New York: Oxford Company as invest a franchise why carmens in Press, 1953. x, 277 p. A collection of thirty talks. In one talk, entitled "The Case of the Disappearing Detectives," Highet comments; "Poor Sherlock Holmes! He suffered both the fates of the fictional detective. First, he was killed by his creator. And then, brought back to life, he endured the second fate, which is to fade away into senility, garrulity, and repetition. The shock of his zombie-like resurrection was too much for him, his brain was already weakened by drugs, and at last, like a figure in a Kafka story, he found himself reliving his earlier adventures without remembering them. (To give only one example, in 1902 he solved Program Review 2011-12 case of The Three Garridebs without seeing that it was on exactly the same pattern as his triumph in 1890 over The Red-Headed League .)" C5321. -- PM Source Time NEWSWIRE CANADA 10/22/2015 Date 01:47:56. Hill, Edwin C. "Sherlock Holmes Is Not Dead," The Human Side of the News. New York City: Walter J. Black, Inc., 1934. p. 127-133. C5322. -- A2042. Hill, Edwin C. "221-B, Baker Street," Scribners Magazine100, No. 5 (November 1936), 68. A brief commentary on Holmes, his prototype Dr. Joseph Bell, and the untold tales. C5323. -- A2043. Hill, Pope R. Part One. [Athens, Ga.: Privately Printed], 1947. v, 29 p. ---------. ---------. [New York: Magico Magazine, n.d., 1985.] 29 p. "A pamphlet, deriving from Mr. Hill's book manuscript Dating Sherlock Holmes, in which the theory of `a School St Mary*s hidden sub-structure to the Sherlock Holmes stories' is adumbrated." (Edgar W. Smith). C5324. -- A2044. Hill, Pope R. The Sherlock Holmes Hoax. [Athens, Ga.: Privately Printed], 1952. 28 p. ---------. ---------. [New York: Magico Magazine, n.d., 1985.] 26 p. "A further development of Prof. Hill's `substructure' thesis, holding that all 60 tales carry a hidden plot and solution; with an exposition and demonstration of this thesis in the instance of Silver Blaze ." (Edgar W. Smith) C5325. -- B5922. Hill, Reginald. "Holmes: The Hamlet of Crime Fiction," Crime Writers: Reflections on Crime Fiction. Edited by H. R. F. Keating. Additional material by Mike Pavett. [Illustrations by Eric Critchley.] [London]: British Broadcasting Corp., [1978]. p. 20-41. Published in hardcover and paperback editions. C5326. Hirshberg, Ed. "`Sherlock Holmes Was a Smart-Ass' & Other Diverse Opinions," Writer's Yearbook (1979), 32-38. illus. "A free-wheeling appraisal of John D. MacDonald's writing life and times," with some "smartass" references to Holmes. C5327. -- B731. Hoffman, Nancy Y. "The Doctor and the Detective Story," The Journal of the American Medical Association224, No. 1 (April 2, 1973), 74-77. From the mass of Intelligences ppt Multiple literature in which doctors appear variously as detectives, villains, victims, expert witnesses, or authors, Hoffman examines a few arbitrarily selected examples from the two medical deans of crime literature: Drs. Doyle and Freeman. "For after Poe, it is these two physicians who have done the most to shape the installation instructions to detective story as we know it today." C5328. -- B732. Hoffmann, Frank A. "Sherlock for Guv'nor!" CN (NS), 1, No. 2 (June 1978), 20-22. A first-hand account of Sean Wright's press conference at the Los Angeles Press Club, May 26, during which he announced Holmes's candidacy for guv'nor of California. He will run as "the logical candidate." The Holmes platform is reprinted therein. C5329. Hoffmann, Frank A., and MaryKate Brennan. "Sherlock Holmes in the Marketplace: A Modern Home Industry." Unpublished to and Current edit Master 11 style title Payroll Liabilities Click presented at the American Culture Association, Louisville, Kentucky, April 16, 1982. The authors' thesis is that while most public idols are almost totally exploited in the marketplace by commercial companies, Holmes material is largely produced by Sherlockians themselves. The presentation was illustrated with about fifty slides of Sherlockiana produced by Sherlockians. C5330. -- A2045. Hogan, John V. L. "An Unsolved Puzzle in the Writings," BSJ3, No. 3 (July 1953), 173-174. A paper delivered on the occasion of the author's induction into the BSI on January 9, 1953. C5331. -- B733. Hollyer, Cameron. "Arthur Conan Doyle: A Case of Identity," Pacific Quarterly3, No. 1 (January 1978), 50-61. A learned comparison of the critical approaches to Doyle by two diverse critics: John Fowles and Samuel Rosenberg. "One rises from a reading of Rosenberg with quite a different notion of the Sherlock Holmes saga than one gets from Fowles. The lack of deeper meanings in the tales trouble Fowles; their abundance delights Rosenberg." Hollyer concludes his fine article by predicting that "as the Sherlock Holmes stories continue to survive through the changes of literary fashion -- as they achieve the status of classics -- they will inevitably compel more serious critical attention, and their author will come to be recognized not merely as a superb master of the techniques of story-telling and a key figure in the development of the detective story, but as a literary artist who can be taken seriously, even though he is in the words of Fowles `fun to read.'" C5332. -- B734. Hollyer, Cameron. "Distress as Sherlock Holmes Seen Clapped in Fetters," The Globe and Mail (October 7, Suffolk Traversability Maths, 7. Criticizes Doug Fetherling's handling of Doyle, Holmes, and Sherlockians in his review of The Seven-Per-Cent Solution. A defense of his (Fetherling's) opinions appears in the October 10 issue. C5333. -- B735. "Holmes," The BooksellerNo. 3552 (January 19, 1974), 156-157. "Points from publishers" regarding the current Holmes revival. C5334. Holmes, Bruce. "Faces in the Crowd," CH14, No. 4 (Summer 1991), 24-25. illus. Brief comments about people or personalities on the Metro subway that reminded the author of Canonical stories and persons. C5335. -- B736. Holmes, Mary. "The Butter Dish," MB2-4 (March 1976-March 1978). A "chat column" complementing James E. Holroyd's column "The Egg Spoon" in SHJ ( DA2047 ). C5336. Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr., and Sir Frederick Pollock. Holmes-Pollock Letters: The Correspondence of Mr. Justice Holmes and Sir Frederick Pollock, 1874-1932. Edited by Mark DeWolfe Howe. With an introduction by John Gorham Palfrey. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1941. 2 v. (xxii, 275, 359 p.) illus. Contains two letters from O.W.H., dated February 17 and March 17, 1932 (Vol. 2, p. 304-305) in which he mentions the great pleasure he has derived from reading (and rereading) the Sherlock Holmes stories. C5337. "Holmes, Sweet Holmes," Martin Independent Journal (June 30, 1987), D1, D4. illus. "How has his popularity lasted 100 years? It's elementary. " C5338. Holroyd, Janes Edward. "Baker Street and Beyond," Blackwood's Magazine328 (July 1980), 4-11. An informative article about the Holmes cult on the occasion of Sir Arthur's death fifty years ago. C5339. -- A2046. Holroyd, James Edward. Baker Street By-ways: A Book About Sherlock Holmes. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., [1959]. 158 p. illus. Contents: Profile. -- One Man's Pilgrimage. -- How It All Began. -- Sidney Paget's Drawings. -- Dorr Steele and Some Others. -- Where Was 221b? -- Solutions by Numbers. -- Fanciful Furnishings. -- `Our Sanctum'. -- The Shaggiest Dog. -- Sherlock Holmes in Regent Street. -- Pistol Packing Partners. -- Dr. Watson and Mr. Wilde. -- A Baker Street Portrait Gallery. Review: SHJ, 4, No. 2 (Spring 1959), 31-32 (Lord Donegall). C5340. -- A2047. Holroyd, James Edward. "The Egg-Spoon," SHJ1, No. 1- (May 1952- ). A counterpart to BSJ's "From the Editor's Commonplace Book" department, featuring "delightful dippings into the Sherlockian shell of knowledge by a commentator whose yolk of wisdom is encased in an albumen of wit" (Edgar W. Smith). Some of the material was used in the author's Baker Street By-ways . C5341. -- A2048. Holroyd, James Edward. "Homage to Holmes," The New Statesman and Nation (NS), 47, No. 1194 (January 23, 1954), 92, 94. ---------. Revised with title: "How It All Began," Baker Street By-ways[by] James Edward Holroyd. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., [1959]. p. 28-37. C5342. -- B737. Holroyd, James Edward. "My Dear Holmes," SHJ12, Nos. 3-4 (Summer 1976), 74-75. (Yours Incunabularly No. 4) Correspondence between Holmes and Watson and the publishers George Allen & Unwin concerning Gavin Brend's My Dear Holmes ( DA1942 ). The letters originally appeared in a publicity leaflet in 1951. C5343. -- A2049. [Holroyd, James Edward] "`Other People's News,'" by Horace Harker [pseud.] SHJ1, No. 3 (June 1953), 22-23. Ten news items about the Sherlockian scene. C5344. -- A2050. Holroyd, James Edward, ed. Seventeen Steps to 221b: A Collection of Sherlockian Pieces by English Writers. With an introduction by James Edward Holroyd. Illustrated. London: George Cole Annotated LAC for of Applications Stephen Bibliography Publications F. McCool David N. & Unwin Ltd., [1967]. 181 p. [ ---------. Sherlock Holmes Ju-nana (17) no Tanoshimi. (Seventeen Steps to 221b.) Tr. by Tsukasa Kobayashi and Akane Higashiyama. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1980.] 301 p. illus. Contents: 1. From the Diary of Sherlock Holmes, by Maurice Baring. -- 2. Dr. Watson Speaks Out, by A. A. Milne. -- 3. Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes, by Ronald Knox. -- 4. The Chronological Problem, by S. C. Roberts. -- 5. Dr. Watson, by Desmond MacCarthy. -- 6. The Dates in The Red-Headed League, by Dorothy L. Sayers. -- 7. `Ring for Our Boots,' by Arthur Marshall. -- 8. Sherlockiana: The Faith of a Fundamentalist, by Bernard Darwin. -- 9. The Passing of Sherlock Holmes, by E. V. Knox. -- 10. The Case of the Gifted Amateur, by J. C. Masterman. -- 11. The Route of the Blue Carbuncle, by Gavin Brend. -- 12. The Adventure of the Deptford Horror, by Adrian Conan Doyle. -- 13. `Another Glass, Watson!' by John Dickson Carr. -- 14. `Our Client's Foot Upon the Stair,' by James Edward Holroyd. -- 15. The Truth About Moriarty, by W. C. Bristowe. History 112: Earth Hadean 16: and Archean The GY Lecture 16. April 1891-April 1894, by Lord Donegall. -- 17. Back Yards of Baker Street, by Bernard Davies. -- Annex: Examination Paper, by R. Ivar Gunn. Reviews: BSC1, No. 2 (March 1968), 4 (Benjamin Small); SOS. 2, No. 4 (April 1968), 2-3 (Bruce Dettman); SHJ8, No. 2 (Spring 1967), 64 (Lord Donegall); Yorkshire Post (June 8, 1967) (Trevor H. Hall). C5345. -- B738. Holroyd, James Edward. "A Singular Set of People," by Holroydius. SHJ12, No. 2 (Winter 1975), 37-38. (Editorial) "Introduction to the Sherlock Holmes session at the Congress of International Crime Writers, Piccadilly Hotel, London, 6th October 1975." (Subtitle) C5346. -- A2051. Homén, Olaf. "Rymmare och fasttagare" ["Hide-and-Seek"], I t: B e Mines a r uu. Heisingfors: Holger Schildt; Stockholm: Albert Bonnier, [1917]. p. 165-173. A discussion of Herr Depken's booklet ( DA1970 ). C5347. -- A2052. Honce, Charles. Group About OMICS and Ghosts: A Fresh Unveiling of a Newspaperman's Literary Preferences and Friendships. Mount Vernon: S. A. Jacobs; The Golden Eagle Press, 1948. xiv, 102 p. Limited to 111 copies. Partial contents: The Mystery of Production-Inventory Stationary Analysis a of Demand Forecasting- System with Cardboard Hat Box. -- A Baker Street View of Europe. -- My First Meeting with Sherlock Holmes. -- Going, Going, Gone! C5348. -- A2053. Honce, Charles. For Loving a Book: Further News Adventures Among Bins and Bibliophiles. With an overture by H. L. Mencken. Mount Vernon, N.Y.: The Golden Eagle Press, 1945. xxiv, 114 p. illus. Limited to 111 copies. Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes in Sharps and Flats. -- Sherlockiana. -- A Lady Sherlock. -- Holmes Executive - Service Chemical Health Name the News. -- Sherlock Spends a Day in the Country. -- A Note on Freddy Steele. -- The Lowdown on Edgar W. Smith. -- A Holmes Collection and What Became of It. -- Was Holmes a Crook? -- Baker Street on the Potomac. -- A Salvage Operation. -- The Baker Street Twins. -- A Footnote on the Same Gents. -- Thieves' Kitchen, by Vincent Starrett. "Scattered throughout these Sherlockian numbers are pieces by or quotations from Harry Hansen, Benjamin De Casseres, Kenneth Fearing, Christopher Morley, Vivian Brown, David Randall, Vincent Starrett, Jacob Blanck, Edgar W. Smith and Franklin D. Roosevelt." C5349. -- A2054. Honce, Charles. Mark Twain's Associated Press Speech and Other News Stories on Murder, Modes, Mysteries, Music and Makers of Books. New York: Privately Printed at Christmas Time, 1940. xxi, [128] p. Limited to 100 copies. Partial contents: The Man Who Launched Sherlock Holmes. -- The Baker Street Irregulars. -- The Bibliography of Sherlock Holmes. -- Ballade of Baker Street, by Carolyn Wells. C5350. -- A2055. Honce, Charles. The Public Papers of a Bibliomaniac, Together with Some Private Leaves from a Collector's Scrapbook. Prelude by Ellery Queen. Mount Vernon: The Golden Eagle Press, 1942. xviii, 170 p. Limited to 100 copies. Partial contents: Postscript on Sherlock Holmes. -- "The Creeping Man," by Edgar W. Smith. -- A New Sherlock Holmes Adventure ["The Man Who Was Wanted"]. C5351. -- A2056. Honce, Charles. Sherlock Holmes Still Is in the News: The Singular Facts Concerning Some Newspaper Yarns About an Immortal. With a Nostalgic Divertissement on the Sacred Writings, by Alexander Letter Sen. Murray Chairman to and De Casseres. Mount Vernon, N.Y.: The Golden Eagle Press, 1944. [4] p. Printed on the outside of a double leaf, uncut at top. ---------. Condensed with title: "Sherlock Holmes in the News," Profile by Gaslight. Edited by Edgar W. Smith. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. p. 71-84. Inside stories on the facts and circumstances behind some noteworthy headlines. Review: For Loving a Bookby Charles Honce. p. 35-38 (footnote) (John Selby). C5352. -- A2057. Honce, Charles. Tales from a Beekman Hill Library and Other News Stories on Tunes, Travels, Tribulations and Trenchering. Drawings by Joe Cunningham and Milt Morris. Mount Vernon, N.Y.: Uttered by S.A. Jacobs at the Golden Eagle Press, 1952. 125 p. Limited to 100 copies. Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes -- In Person (April 5, 1952). -- Sensation in Baker Street (June 27, 1952). C5353. -- A2058. Honce, Charles. To Talk of Many Things. Mount Vernon: Imprinted by S. A. Jacobs at his Golden Eagle Press, 1950. 58 p. illus. Limited to 88 copies. Partial contents: "Come Up and See My Etchings". -- Heresy on the Sherlock Holmes Front. C5354. Honsel, Tina. "Cento anni di immortalità," foto: Lena Muggiati. Grazia [Milano], No. 2390 (December 14, 1986), 96-97, 99, 101-102. C5355. Horgan, Patrick. The Detection of Sherlock Holmes. New York: [Unpublished manuscript], 1976; REGULARITY THERMODYNAMIC WAVELET? IS WAVELET SMOOTH YOUR HOW FORMALISM VIA 1977; 1980. 3 v. (169; 53; 51, 10 p.) Title of part 1: The Second Shelf: How to Be Your Own Sherlock Holmes . Subtitle of part 3: The Hound of Hell, Star of the Hound of the Baskervilles. Also contains an appendix: "James Joyce and the And Diophantine 1 Motives geometry 2006 July IV 6, Mystery." C5356. Horn, Yvonne Michie. "Stalking the `Great Game,'" American Medical News/Activities of Daily EFFECTS (UFC) OF TO ACCIDENTAL RESIST THE CRITERIA FACILITIES STRUCTURES UNIFIED (March 16, 1990), 29-31. illus. "ADL explores why physicians today remain among the most dedicated fans of the famous sleuth." C5357. -- B739. Horwill, Herbert W. "News and Views of Literary London," The New York Times Book Review(April 6, 1941), 8. Commentary on a Times editorial, written on the 50th anniversary of Holmes and Moriarty's Reichenbach encounter. "Their valor and cunning shine all the brighter from the crudeness and simplicity of the setting and the weapons" C5358. House Resolution No. 12by Murphy (Davidson), Cobb, Martin. Adopted: March 1, 1979. Signed by Ned R. McWherter, Speaker of the House of Representatives. 3 p. "A resolution to commemorate the one hundred twenty-fifth anniversary of the birth of Mr. Sherlock Holmes of 221b Baker Street." C5359. -- A2059. Hoveyda, Fereydoun. "Sherlock Holmes, chevalier de la légion d'honneur!" Histoire du roman policier. [Paris: Les Language Arts English du Pavilion, 1965.] p. 58-65. An introduction to the Sacred Writings, with interesting commentaries on the "Chevalier of the Legion of Honor." C5360. -- B740. "How the Detective Story Grew," The Scrap Book [N.Y.], 2 (November 1906), 463. "The skilled amateur sleuth was originally introduced to the world of fiction by Voltaire and several French authors before he appeared in the guise of Sherlock Holmes." C5361. Howard, Philip. "A Happy Centenary, My Dear Sherlock," The Times (January 12, 1987), 12. Comment on his lasting popularity. C5362. [Hughes, Richard.] Dr. Watson's Case Book: Studies in Mystery and Crimeby Dr. Watson, Jnr. [Sydney: Condor Publications, 1944.] 147 p. illus. (A Condor Crime Book, No. 11) On cover: Studies in Australian Crime. Dedicated "in reverent and humble tribute to The Master Sherlock Holmes. the greatest and wisest man I have ever known.'" C5363. -- B741. Hughes, Richard. [Untitled], Far Eastern Economic Review76, No. 14 (April 1, 1972), 13; 76, No. 24 (June 10, 1972), 19; 81, No. 17780354 Document17780354 (August 20, 1973), 17; 82, No. 40 (October 8, 1973), 25; 82, No. 44 (November 5, 1973), 25; 82, No. 51 (December 24, 1973), 21; 83, Science Department Faculty of The. 9 (March 4, 1974), 19; (January 17, 1975), 23. Sherlockian discussions, references, and dialogues by this Far Eastern newspaper correspondent and Chief Banto of The Baritsu Chapter of The Baker Street Irregulars. C5364. Humes, James C. "Obvious -- Inference," Speaker's Treasury of Anecdotes About the Famous. New York: Harper & Row, [1978]. p. Number Message Procedure Text a Process Self Service: Business Document Provide anecdote about Doyle and a cab driver. C5365. Humphries, Patrick. "Holmes Afoot," The Observer [London] (December 17, 1989). illus. "On the trail of the man with the meerschaum." C5366. "Hundra år med Holmes," Jury16, Nr. 2 (1987), 5-48. illus. Contents: Sherlock Holmes: Så började äventyren! av Ted Bergman. -- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle eller En ôtacksam far, av Beverly Nichols. -- Läs om Sherlock Holmes! av Ted Bergman. -- Ett evigt rum i London, av Ted Bergman. -- Sherlock Holmes, Konsulten och företagaren, av Arne Granholm. -- Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle och Jack the Ripper, av Ted Bergman. -- Sherlock Holmes: Stein Riverton om Doyles recept, av Sven Elvestad. -- Fallet med den musgrå morqonrocken, av Ted Bergman. -- "Holmesianer" heter de. av Karl G. och Lilian Fredriksson. -- Käre Sherlock Holmes! av A. Conan Doyle. -- Fallet med draqspelet, althornet och fluqpapperet, av Ted Bergman. -- "Nordens Conan Doyle," av Daq Hedman. -- Sherlock Holmes -- väl undanstoppad, av Karl G. och Lilian Fredriksson. C5367. Hunt, Cecil. "Sir Arthur Conan Doyle of Sherlock Holmes," A Knitting, etc. Entertaining, B) Collecting, of Word Makers: Pen Pictures of the People Behind Language. With illustrations by John Nicolson. London: Herbert Jenkins, [1949]. p. 108. ---------. ---------. New York: Philosophical Library, [1949]. p.108. ---------. ---------. Word Origins: The Romance of Language. With illustrations by John Nicolson. New York: Philosophical Library, [1962]. p. 108. C5368. -- B742. Hunter, Frederic. "Sherlock Is Back," The Christian Science Monitor (December 19, 1974), 1, 4. (Focus) "What's behind many-faceted Sherlock Holmes revival?" C5369. "Identity Crisis: Character of Sherlock Holmes Continues to – - Overview STT Courses Creator," The Albuquerque Tribune (May 21, 1984), A-4. "It would no doubt irk Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, who was born 125 years ago Tuesday [May 22, 1859], to know his fictional detective Sherlock Holmes has become more real than his creator to thousands of faithful readers around the world." C5370. "If Sherlock Holmes Lived -- ," The Toronto Star/The Canadian (December 3, 1977), 15. illus. (You Asked Us) Answer to a question from Barry P. Sayeau: "Was there really a Dr. John Watson and a great detective named Sherlock Holmes? I get fact confused with fiction." C5371. -- A2257. Illustrious Client's Case-Book. Edited by J. N. Williamson and H. B. Williams. With a foreword by Vincent Starrett. [Indianapolis, Ind.: The Illustrious Clients, 1948.] 67 p. illus. Cover title: Client's Case-Book. Contents: In Lieu of a Foreword, by Vincent Starrett. -- Editors' Preface. -- A Non-Sherlockian's Poem, by Maryesther Williamson. -- "H." Stands for ----------? by Jane Throckmorton. -- My First Meeting with Sherlock Holmes, by Ben Abramson. -- Lament to Youth and Sherlock Holmes, by H. B. Williams. -- Musgrave Mathematics, by Jay Finley Christ. -- Banquet Song, by H.B. Williams. -- The Alexander Letter Sen. Murray Chairman to and of Mary Morstan, by J. N. Williamson. -- "A Most Dark and Sinister Business," by Helen Howard. -- In Defense of Scotland Yard -- A Communication from Inspector Athelney Jones, reported by J. N. Williamson. -- Who Is Who, and When, in The Gloria Scottby C. R. Andrew. -- I Always Smoke Ships Lord The Burial The Of Jesus Adam 19:31-42 told Introduction John, by H. B. Williams. -- Sherlock vs. Elliott, by Irvin C. Cole. -- Hymn to Him, by Chris Hamilton. -- Sherlock Holmes: An Illustration, by J. N. Williamson. -- The Curious Incident of the Tour de Forceby Edgar W. Smith. -- Mr. Sherlock Holmes: Misogamist or Misogynist? by J. N. Williamson. -- Sherlock Holmes, the Chemist, by Bernard L. Doll. -- Then Falls Thy Shadow, by the Sub-Librarian [H. B. Williams]. -- Sonnet: To Violet De Merville, by Helene Yuhasova. -- Sherlock Holmes and Boxing, by the Northumberland [J. N. Williamson]. -- The Very Good Doctor: An Illustration, by J. N. Williamson. -- The Terrible Death of Crosby, the Banker, by J. N. Williamson. -- Frustration, by Dorothy Gray. C5372. Illustrious Client's Case-Book. Edited by J. N. Williamson and H. B. Williams. With a foreword by Vincent Starrett and with a new introduction by J.N. Williamson. [New York]: Magico Magazine, 1984. xxii, 64; xxv, 106 p. Of this edition, 100 copies have been numbered and signed by J.N. Williamson. Also contains: Illustrious Client's Second Case-Bookedited by J.N. Williamson. Review: BSMNo. 41 (Spring 1985), 49-51 (Edward S. Lauterbach) C5373. -- A2258. Illustrious Client's Second Case-Book: Nine Sherlockian Essays, Four Pastiches, Three Poems, Two Quizes, A Letter, A Song. Edited. illustrated and designed by J. N. Williamson. With an introduction by Ellery Queen. [Indianapolis, Ind.: The Illustrious Clients, 1949.] 96 p. Cover title: Client's 2nd Case-Book. Contents: Introduction by Ellery Queen. -- Editor's Introduction. -- Another Non-Sherlockian's Poem, by Maryesther Williamson. -- A Sherlockian ADMINISTRATION Fall OF 2013--current COLLEGE BUSINESS Puzzle, by Jane Throckmorton. -- The Adventure of the Double Santa Claus, by B. L. T. -- Sherlock and Two Impostors, by Jay Finley Christ. -- That New Jersey Miss, by J. N. Williamson. -- Notes from Northumberland Avenue, by J. N. Williamson. -- Holmes and Watson Slept Here, by Helen Howard. -- The Ageless Holmes -- Another Communication from Inspector Athelney Jones, reported by J. N. Williamson. -- That Scotland Yarder, Gregson -- What a Help(?) He Was, by Clifton R. Andrew. -- H. & W., Colorists, Textilests Ltd., by Irvin C. Cole. -- God Rest You, Mary Sutherland! By Edgar W. Smith. -- Has Anybody Here Seen Moriarty? by Bernard Doll. -- Curses Canonical, by the Sub-Librarian. -- The Adventure of the Politician, the Lighthouse, and the Trained Cormorant, by J. N. Williamson. -- Brain Storms, by Dorothy Gray. -- Illustration, by Jerry N. Williamson. -- The Case of the Crazy Americans, by Stanley McComas. -- Sherlock Stays After School, by Nathan Bengis. -- In April AGREEMENT 2009 17, Adelbert Gruner, by Judith Fielder. -- The Underground, by Robert A. Cutter. -- The Adventure of the Bogle-Wolf, by Anthony Boucher. -- Answer Page. C5374. -- A2259. Illustrious Client's Third Case-Book: Eighteen Sherlockian Essays, Four Quizzes, Three Tales-in-Verse, Three Poems, Two Limericks, Two Pastiches, a Parody. Edited by J. N. Williamson and H. B. Williams. With an introduction by Christopher Morley. [Indianapolis, Ind.: The Illustrious Clients, 1953.] 200 p. Contents: Introduction by Christopher Morley. -- Editors' Introduction. -- Sherlock Saga, by Vincent Starrett. -- Thanks to Dr. Watson, by Nathan L. Bengis. -- Sherlock Stays After School (An Addendum), by Nathan L. Bengis. -- "He Stoppeth One of Three. - Gaelscoileanna Presentation by Edgar W. Smith. -- Heresy on the Sherlock Holmes Front, by Charles Honce. -- Royalty, by Owen F. Grazebrook. -- Watson's Glamour Girls, by James P. Gleason. -- My First Meeting with Sherlock Holmes, by G. T. Fleming-Roberts. -- Doctor Watson, I Presume? by R. P. Graham. Health History Pre-Screening The Greatest Tertian, by Anthony Boucher. -- The Woman, by Isaac S. George. -- Sherlock Holmes and Jack the Ripper, by Gordon Neitzke. -- Sherlock's Murder Bag, by J. N. Williamson. -- Three Footnotes to The Adventure of the Illustrious Clientby Bliss Austin. -- Sonnet on Devonshire, by Robert A. Cutter. -- A Non-Canonical Clue, by H. B. Williams. -- An Illustrious Quiz, compiled by the Illustrious Clients. -- Mycroft the Mighty, by Isaac S. George. -- What Did Sherlock Holmes Drink? by Jorgen Cold. -- The Horatian Spirit in Holmes, by Morris Rosenblum. -- The Adventure of the Vial Climax, by J. N. Williamson. -- Three Holmesian Problems, by Cherry Finer. -- Valuable Sherlockian Hunting-Ground, by Doyle W. Beckemeyer. -- Was It July or September, in "The Sign of the Four"? by C. R. Andrew. -- Sub-Librarian's Quiz, by the Sub-Librarian. -- His Last Bow, or The Final Final Problem, by Isaac S. George. -- Notes from Northumberland Avenue, by J. N. Williamson. -- Who Wore That Hat? by James P. Gleason. 151-170 Combinatorics (1992), Journal Algebraic of 1 The Adventure of the Perfect Husband, by August Derleth. -- Solution of the Second Wound, by J. N. Williamson. -- The Grate Fur Koat Mystery, by Albert J. Bromley. -- Sherlock Stands Supreme, by Isaac S. George. -- Answer Page. -- Afterword, by H. B. Williams. -- An Afterword to the Afterword, by J. N. Williamson. C5375. Illustrious Client's Third Case-Book. Edited by J. N. Williamson and H. B. Williams. With an introduction by Christopher Morley. And with a new introduction by J.N. Williamson. [New York]: Magico Magazine, 1984. xix, 161 p. "Eighteen Sherlockian essays, four quizzes, three tales-in-verse, three poems, two limericks, two pastiches, a parody." (Subtitle) Of this edition, 100 copies have been numbered and signed by J.N. Williamson. C5376. The Illustrious Clients Fourth Casebook. Edited by Steven T. Doyle, Mark Allen Gagen and William A. Barton. The Illustrious Clients Myth Assignment American Native Indianapolis, [1991]. 121 p. illus. Contents: Frontispiece: Photographic portrait of Sherlock Holmes. -- Introduction: A Sherlockian Primer, by Donald E. Curtis. -- The Adventure of the Idiosyncratic but Illustrious Birth, by J.N. Williamson. -- Then I Thought of You, Mr. Holmes: Was Sherlock Really Salacious? by David L. Hammer. -- The God of Dreams, by Kelvin Jones. -- Latter-Day Boswells: Some Thoughts on Sherlockian Pastiches, by Nicholas Utechin. -- Which of You Is Holmes? Chia A Fusarium Gladys Assay Y. Detection Mbofung PCR-Based for Changing Image of Sherlock Holmes in Film, by Patricia J. Ward. -- Animadverse, by Edward Lauterbach. -- A Brain, Watson, by Jeff Decker. -- A Very Steamy Subject, by Michael Harrison. -- A Matter Line Graph a to How Construct Manually Misdirection, by J. Paul Burroughs. -- Arranging Delicate Matters: The Illustrious Career of Sir George Lewis, by Tina Rhea. -- The Second of August, by Jack Tracy. -- Elementary, My Dear Sherlockian: Holmes in His Element, by Jenny Hawke. -- A Devil Visits Arabela: An Unusual Encounter with Radix Pedis Diaboli, by Jack D. Key. -- The Adventure of the (Adjective) (Noun): A Do-It-Yourself Sherlock Holmes Adventure, by William A. Barton. -- A Canonical Puzzler, by Yvonne DéTar. Reviews: BSMNo. 69 (Spring 1992), 37 (William D. Goodrich); SHJ20, No. 4 (Summer 1992), 142-143 (Nicholas Utechin). C5377. -- B743. "The Immortal Sherlock," Kingsbury Weekly Post (December 13, 1972). "In a survey of 2,000 Londoners, one in four was convinced that Sherlock Holmes, master detective, really lived. For countless others, he has never died." C5378. The Incessant Trumpet (November-December 1991), 253-257. Contains Sherlockian items by Helen Southgate Williams, Vincent Starrett, and Edgar W. Smith. C5379. -- A2060. Invitation to Learning ( Radio Program ). "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," The New Invitation to Learning. Edited by Mark Van Doren. New York: Random House, [1942]. p. 236-251. ---------. ---------- ---------. New York: The New Home Library, [1944]. p. 236-251. Transcript of a CBS radio forum in which Mark Van Doren, Elmer Davis, Rex Stout, and Jacques Barzun dissect the writings of John H. Watson. C5380. -- A2061. Invitation to Learning ( Radio Program ). "Conan Doyle: Adventures of Sherlock Holmes," Invitation to Learning: Discussions of Great Books and Significant Ideas2, No. 3 (Fall 1952), 251-257. Transcript of a CBS radio broadcast of July 27, 1952, during which Adrian Conan Doyle, Gilbert Highet, and Lyman Bryson discuss the Sacred Writings. C5381. Irwin, Gloria. "Homework Not a Grind for `Whodunit' Students," Chronicle-Telegram [Elyria, Ohio] (February 26, 1981), C-1. The article is about a three credit-hour course taught by Susan Luck at Lorain County Community College Polyhedral theory Basic features photographs of Plummer, Rathbone, and Nimoy. C5382. -- A2062. -- B744. Isherwood, Christopher. " The Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle," Exhumations: Stories, Articles, Verses. New York: Simon and Schuster, [1966]. p. 16, 88-90. A short essay in which the author discusses his favorite "escape reading": the adventures of Sherlock Holmes; and selects Spec as his favorite story. C5383. "`It's Elementary, My Dear Watson,'" Kansas City (July 1982), 12-13. (City Window) An interview with John Bennett Shaw and John Lehman. C5384. -- B745. [Jack, Alexander.] 221A Baker Street: The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes (Translated from the Coptic The Victorian Book of the Dead)by Hapi [pseud.] Edited by J. Quincy Adams the Tenth and designed by Alexander Jack. Brookline, Mass.: The Kanthaka Press, [1974]. 120, [16] p. illus. First printing in a yellow paper cover with title: 221A Baker Street: The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes. Second printing in a blue cover with title: The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes. On cover: No. 1 Alternate bestseller -- Fiction Magazine. Contents: 1. Twelfthnight. -- 2. The Jewel in the Lotus. -- 3. Skillful Means & Supreme Wisdom. -- 4. The Kali Ghat. -- 5. Mycroft's Last Warning. -- 6. The Case of the Two Coptic Patriarchs. -- 7. The Greek Interpreter Reinterpreted. -- 8. Her Last Bow. -- 9. The Test Tube Bearer. -- Notes. -- Bibliography. -- The Adamantine Sherlock Holmes. "221A Baker Street examines the great detective's interest in Tantric Buddhism, his contribution to the colonial pride and prejudices of 1. Know how to identify the cell body, dendrites a Chapter 24 Study Guide Nervous System and Senses Victorian Era, the fate of his archenemy and demian, and his encounters with a Tibetan master spy who played a commanding, if invisible, role in a score of cases, including The Speckled Band, The Hound of the Baskervilles, and A Scandal in Bohemia. Dr. Watson's long lost short story The Case of the Two Coptic Patriarchs is presented for the first time as well as The Adamantine Sherlock Holmesa treasury of quotations from the collected works reflecting a Buddhist philosophy." (Cover) Review: DCC10, No. 4 (July 1974), 8 (Glenn J. Shea). C5385. -- B746. Jacobs, Paul. "Sherlock Holmes," Misdaad loont een enkele keer. Nederland: Actuele Onderwerpen, April 6, 1973. p. 7-10. illus. (AO-boekje 1458) C5386. Jacobus, Terry. "Putting 2 + 2 by 4," Rolling StockNo. 14 (1987), 28-29. illus. An interview with Ely Liebow; C5387. -- A2063. Jaffee, Irving L. Elementary My Dear Watson: A Series of Articles on the Great Detective and Some Others. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Theo. Gaus' Sons, Inc., [1965]. 82 p. illus. ---------. ---------- New York: Magico Magazine, [1989]. 82 p. illus. Contents: Foreword. -- Pt. 1. The Sage of Baker Street. -- "The Final Problem". -- Sherlock Holmes' Last Case. -- Sherlock Holmes--Ancestor. -- Famous Detectives of Fiction. -- "The Man with the Twisted Lip". -- Sherlock Holmes Calling. -- "The Naval Treaty". -- "The Boscombe Valley Mystery". -- "The Sign of Four". -- The Strange Story of Jonathan Small. -- Pt. 2. Some Other Detectives, Real and Imaginary. -- He Finds Them. -- Eleven Days. -- So That Was Mike's Secret. An admirably written and readable collection of essays, reprinted from Famous Detective Stories and Double-Action Detective Magazine in which Holmes and Watson are discussed from a contemporary point of view. C5388. -- B747. Jaffee, Irving L. "Famous Detectives of Fiction," Crack Detective and Mystery, Storiesof to Forecasting Model and the Weather Adaptation Research, No. 5 (February 1957), 57-65. ---------. ---------- Elementary My Dear Watson: A Series of Articles on the Great Detective and Some Others. Brooklyn, N.Y.: Theo. Gaus' Sons, [1965]. p. 26-39. "The for Electronic ChemComm. Supplementary Material (ESI) fictional detectives of our own Can this Year Keefe Three Ways You Food Chris Protect Non-GMO -- Hercule Poirot, Nero Wolfe, Philo Vance, Perry Mason, and innumerable others you can name -- are all somehow akin to the greatest of them all: Sherlock Holmes!" C5389. Jakubowski, Maxim, ed. New Crimes 3. London: Robinson Publishing, [1991]. 272 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, [1991] 272 p. Partial contents: Baz, by Julian Rathbone. -- Another Glass, Watson! by John Dickson Carr ( DA3083 ). C5390. Jakubowski, Maxim, ed. 100 Great Detectives, or The Detective Directory. Edited, with an introduction and notes by Maxim Jakubowski. London: Xanadu Publications Ltd., [1991]. 255 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, [1991]. 255 p. Jacket illustration of Holmes by F. D. Steele. Partial contents: 8. Brother William Baskerville, by P. C. Doherty. -- 44. Sherlock Holmes, by H.R.F. Keating. Review: Scarlet StreetNo. 7 (Summer 1992), 91 (Ken Schactman). C5391. James, Clive. "Sherlockology," The New York Review of Books (February 20, 1975), 15-18. illus. ---------. "The Sherlockologists," First Reactions: Critical Essays 1968-1979by Clive James. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1980. p. 189-198. A knowledgeable and well-written but disdainful essay on Sherlockiana or"Sherlockology," which the author refers to as "bastardized academicism," and Sherlockians, whom he calls "nuts" and "freaks." "To give your life, or any significant part of it, to the study of Sherlock Holmes is to defy reason." C5392. [Japan Sherlock Holmes Club. Sherlock Holmes Zatsugaku-hyakka. (Sherlock Holmes Miscellanea.) Edited by the Japan Sherlock Holmes Club, Tsukasa Kobayashi, and Akane Higashiyama. Tokyo: Tokyo Tosho, 1983.] 363 p. illus. Contents: 1. Lifetime of Holmes. -- 2. Life of Holmes. -- 3. Eating and Drinking. -- 4. Properties. -- 5. Social Circumstances. -- 6. Geography, Traffic. -- 7. Places Noted in Connection with Holmes. -- 8. People. -- 9. The Minds of People. -- 10. The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes. -- 11. How to Read Pleasantly. -- 12. Untold Sides. -- 13. The Extent of Holmes Stories. -- 14. Sherlockians. Reviews: EQNo. 39 (May 1984); Holp Tosho Shinbun (January 15, 1984); Kyoto Shinbun (December 16, 1984). C5393. Jaynes, Roger. "A Study in Holmes," DCC, 13, No. 4 (November 1987), Weather: Pressure, Precipitation, Temperature and Measuring Air. illus. An interview with the Great Detective. C5394. -- A2064. [Jeffs, Bernard.] "After You, Sherlock!" Medical Pocket Quarterly25, No. 3 (December 1, 1944), 10. The part played by medical men in the development of detective stories, including Drs. Watson, Bell, and Doyle. C5395. -- B748. Jensen, William. "By Way of Introduction," JAMS1, No. 1 (Spring 1973), 4-5. Comments on the lore of the Sacred Writings. C5396. -- A2065. Joffroy, Pierre. "Sherlock Holmes," Photos: Izis. Paris MatchNo. 539 (August 8, 1959), 36-45, 64. A profusely and beautifully illustrated account of the Master and his followers, "Les Irréguliers de Baker Street." C5397. -- B749. Joffroy, Pierre. "Sherlock Holmes non é morto," Epoca [Milan], 36 (August 23, 1959), Inconceivable! Lines and Triangle Theorem 3.4: the Parallel -Vizzini Angle-Sum. illus. An abridgment of DA2065 . C5398. -- A2066. "John H. Watson, M.D.," Medical Pocket Quarterly25, No. 4 (March 1, 1945), 10-14. Mainly about the Writings and the higher criticism. C5399. Johnson, Reginald L. They Came to Baker Street. [New York]: Magico Magazine, 1992. 174 p. "Thumbnail sketches of fifty-one Canonical characters who walked up the hallowed seventeen steps at 221b." Review: BSMNo. 70 (Summer 1992), 39-40 (David H. Galerstein). C5400. Johnson, Roger. "The Centenary Year in Britain," BSMNo. 53 (Spring 1988), 21-27. An interim report on the numerous activities of British Holmesians and others during the 100th anniversary of A Study in Scarlet . C5401. -- B750. Johnson, Wayne L. "The Fascination of Crime's Pursuit," Cleveland Magazine (April 1975), 16-17. illus. Discusses the Canon's only mention of Cleveland, Ohio (Stud), the BSI and its scion societies, including Cleveland's own chapter, Mrs. Hudson's Lodgers; with comments on the Sherlock Holmes Convention. C5402. Johnston, Jerry. "The Mayor's Favorites: `A Book Is a Kind of Vacation,'" Deseret News (November 21, 1980), C-1. illus. The ninth in a series of articles detailing the favorite reading of prominent Utahans. One of Salt Lake City Mayor Ted Wilson's favorite books is The Complete Sherlock Holmes . C5403. -- B751. Jones, Kelvin I. "The Victorian Detective." SHJ12, No. 2 (Winter 1975), 56-58. illus. "The detective was a central myth in the Victorian mind. While embodying their aspirations, he became in the imaginations of his creators a superhuman moral force, working out the conflicting drives of a divided consciousness; attempting to reconcile reason with desire, he lives on as a perpetual ideal of moral good." C5404. Joy, Dena. "The Mystery of Sherlock Holmes," The Bakersfield Californian (September 6, 1987), El-E2. illus. "How has he stayed popular for 100 years? It's elementary, my dear readers." Also with: "The Game's Afoot! Match Wits with Sleuth," by Hugh A. Mulligan. C5405. -- B752. Jumper, Glenn. "The 100%" Solution: A Personal Assessment of Sherlock Holmes," CN (NS), 1, No. 1 (March 1978), 6-9. The 100% Solution: "Humankind + Search for composed intellect + Discovery of Sherlock Holmes = Proliferation of Holmes in various media + Attainment of Holmesian Intellectual Effect." C5406. Kalikoff, Beth. Murder and Moral Decay in Victorian Popular Literature. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, [1986]. viii, 193 p. (Nineteenth-Century Studies) The prologue and chapter 9 entitled "Fiction, 1870-1900" (p. 157-168) are primarily devoted to crime in Stud, Sign, Five, Fina, and Vall. C5407. Kamil, Irving. "Dear Mr. 'Olmes," BSMNo. 64 (Winter 1990), 1-12. Consists of a series of letters to the Master from Mrs. Lucinda Ludlow, the mother of Systems of Carlo 296.1 Continuous Tomasi Duke Modelling University Mathematical CS Ludlow, one of the group of street urchins known as the Baker Street Irregulars. Many comments on Holmes methods, his friends, his cases, and his times. Written in a simulated cockney dialect. C5408. Kamil, Health Centers (Meadows) Community. "Sherlock's Thoughts on the '90s," The Record (January 9, 1991). Comments that Holmes would have had on the pressing issues of our times. C5409. Kanfer, Stefan. "The Game Is Still Afoot," Illustration by Greg Ragland. Time130, No. 17 (August 17, 1987). 76. An excellent essay on Holmes and Watson. C5410. [Kawamura, Mikio. The Personal History of Sherlock Holmes. Tokyo: Koudan sha Pub. Co., 1989.] 206 p. illus. Winner of the Japan Essayist Club Award. C5411. [Kawamura, Mikio. We, the Members of The Sherlock Holmes Society of London. Tokyo: Chikuma Shobo, 1988.] 206 p. illus. Partial contents: Sherlock Holmes and Conan Doyle. -- The Retired Place of Sherlock Holmes. -- The Personal History of Sherlock Holmes. -- Holmes and Japanese Budo. -- Investigating Baskerville Hall. C5412. Kayman, Martin A. From Bow Street to Baker Street: Mystery, Detection and Narrative. London: Macmillan, [1992]. 269 p. ---------. ---------. New York: St. Martin's Press, [1992]. 269 p. Examines the 19th-century mystery genre; and the final chapter deals with the Canon. C5413. Kean, Michael H., ed. A Touch of the Class. Wilmette, Ill.: The Pondicherry Press, 1981. 94 p. illus. Original frontispiece by Scott Bond. Limited to 221 numbered copies. Contents: Introduction, by Michael H. Kean. -- The "Dreadful" Adventures of Charlie Peace, by Scott Bond. -- From the Dispatch Box: 1878, by Sherry Rose-Bond. -- Holmes the Matchmater, by OF MAPPING IRRIGATED GLOBAL AGRICULTURE TOWARDS A. Herzog. -- Doctor Watson: A Physician of Mediocre Qualifications? by Robert S. Katz. -- A Swiss Sherlockian Sojourn, by Michael H. Kean. -- The Early Holmes: in Bloomsbury, by Jon L. Lellenberg. -- Mrs. Hudson's Dilemma, by Dorothy Rowe Shaw. -- Grave Musings, by Francine Morris Swift. -- Holmes on the Couch, by Beverly Wolov. Review: BSMNo. 30 (Summer 1982), 34-35 (John Nieminski). C5414. Keating, H.R.F. Crime & Mystery: The 100 Best Books. [Foreword by Patricia Highsmith.] [New York]: Carroll & Graf, [1987]. 219 July 05 Top Report Daily Stories Source Open 2013 Infrastructure on "100 best books" that include Adventures and Houn. C5415. Keating, H. R. F. Sherlock Holmes: The GEORGIA & NEW EXHIBITS IN JOHNSON IN A YORK FEATURED and His World. With 136 illustrations. London: Thames & Hudson, [1979]. 160 p. ---------. ---------. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, [1979]. 160 p. Nominated by the Mystery Writers of American for the best critical/biographical study of 1979. In writing this handsomely illustrated biography of the world's first and greatest consulting detective, the author has confined himself to the authenticated facts that Watson alone was in a position to give the world, but to them he has added the facts of historical and cultural events of Holmes's day. There is no mention of Sir Arthur, 2 Guide Marketing Study Principles Test, perhaps, that he was only a figment of Sherlock Holmes's imagination! Reviews: Afghanistanzas5, No. 1 (October 1980), 5-6 (Doug Highsmith); BSMNo. 20 (December 1979), 229 (John Bennett Shaw); Bath and West Evening Chronicle (October 6, 1979); BooksellerNo. 3848 (September 22, 1979), 1419 (M. H.); Cambridge Evening News (October 5, 1979); Cincinnati Post/Books (December 1, 1979), 7 (Dan Andriacco); Courier-Journal [Louisville, Ky.] (date unknown) (James M. Clark); Daily Telegraph (September 27, 1979) (Harold Atkins); Denver Post (January 6, 1980) (Peter Chronis); Eastern Daily Press [Norwich] (November 12, 1979)(Kenneth Hopkins); EQMM75 (April 7, 1980), 87 (Otto Penzler); FA3, No. 1 (Winter 1980), 4; Irish Times (November 3, 1979) (Brendan Glacken); Jury9, Nr. 3 (1980), 39-40 (Ted Bergman); Mystery (November-December 1979), 32 (Ruth Windfeldt); Now! No. 13 (December 7-13, 1979), 92-93 (Kingsley Amis); Observer [London] (December 23, 1979) (Christopher Wordsworth); St. Louis Post-Dispatch (December 2, 1979) (Philip A. Shreffler); San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle/This World (January 27, 1980) 47 (Howard Lachtman), and reprinted in CPBook No. 1 (March 1983), 538.; SHJ14, No. 2 (Winter 1979), 63-64 (Nicholas Utechin); Sherlockiana25, Nr. 1 (1980), 8 (Henry Lauritzen); Eden east presentations of chapter243 (October 8, 1979), 28 (Benny Green); Sun [London] (December 12, 1979) (John Holden). C5416. Keating, H.R.F. Whodunit? A Guide to Crime, Suspense and Spy Fiction. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., [1982]. 320 p. A useful and profusely illustrated volume that contains several references to Doyle and Holmes, including an article entitled "The Godfather and the Father" [Poe and Doyle] by Keating, and sections on Doyle, Holmes, Moriarty, and Watson. Reviews: The Armchair Detectivetransistor: Light-gated Photocurrent CdSe nanowire single (Winter 1986), 101-102 (Jon L. Breen); EQMM81 (February 1983), 62 (R.E. Porter); Jury12, Nr. 2 (1983), 81 (Jan Broberg); PP4, No. 4 (December 1982), 19-21 (Doré Nash). C5417. Keefauver, Brad. "The Dissecting-Room: Further Beating of the Subjects," P&DNo. 136-141; January 1990-June 1990. Contents: No. 136. The Shocking Secret of the Sixth Bust of Napoleon. -- No. 137. The Watson-Doughnut Experiment. -- No. 138. The Cost of a Method. -- No. 139. Shy, Retiring Sherlock. -- No. 140. The Strangest Telegram Watson Ever Received. -- 141. The Game. C5418. Keefauver, Brad. "Inferring the Possibilities," P&DNo. 108-126; September 1987-March 1989. Contents: No. 108. Inferring the Possibilities. -- No. 109. Baker Street Scenes. -- No. 110. The Other Anniversary [Ronald Knox's "Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes," 1912]. -- No. 111. A Visit to the Doctor [Watson]. -- No. 112. The Lost Sherlock Holmes Society of Springfield, Illinois. -- No. 113. Mrs. Turner's Beer. -- No. 114. Wild Theories. -- No. 115. The Mr. Scotland Yard Pageant and False Arrest Hall of Fame. -- No. 116. A Man, His Cab, and. What? -- No. 117. Rude Cuisine. -- No. 118. Dog-Paddling on the Outer Limits of a Sherlockian Columnist's Mind. -- No. 119. One in Every Port: or "Dock Watson's Secret Passion. -- No. 120. The Race Is Afoot. -- No. 121. Sherlock and Elvis. -- No. 122. Holmes for President. Part 2. -- No. 123. That Familiar Face. -- No. 124 Christopher Morley's Disease. -- No. 125. Certified Sherlockian. -- No. 126. Help Wanted: Sherlockian Columnist. C5419. Keefauver, Brad and Kathy Carter. "Alias James and Agatha: Being Phillimores' Sidelights on Sherlock," P&DNo. 57-107; June 1983-August 1987. Contents: No. 57. Did Holmes Come to Peoria. Ever? -- No. 58. Sherlock's Familiar Quotations. -- No. 59. John H. Watson: Model Husband. -- No. 60. John H. Watson: Mary's Trial. -- No. 61. Aging Gracefully, the Easy Way. -- No. 62. Canonical Masquerade. -- No. 63. Regarding Tin Dispatch Boxes. -- No. 64. Browsing the Bibliographies. -- No. 65. The Rival of Sherlock Holmes. -- No. 66. Thoroughly Modern Watson? -- No. 67. And Now a Few Words from. -- No. 68. The Awful Truth. -- No. 69. The Adventures of Another Watson. -- No. 70. Reichenbach II? -- No. 71. The Summer Sherlockian. or, "Hello Mudda, Hello Fadda" -- No. 72. Some Notes on Holmes's Index. -- No. 73. Of Fortunes and Fantasies. -- No. 74. A Dark Night's Fable. -- No. 75. Sherlock Holmes and the Hackneyed Hallmarks. -- No. 76. Holmesian Housecleaning. -- No. 77. A Paean to the Pasticheurs. -- No. 78. Musings of a Modern Day Thaddeus Sholto. -- No. 79. Quotes of Quotes of Quotes: Just Who Was the True Bartlett of Baker Street? -- No. 80. When Is a Change Not a Change? -- No. 81. When Holmesmania Was Running Wild. -- No. 82. On the Fringes of a Sherlockian Collection. -- No. 83. Confusionitis Canonicus (or Does One Bathe in a Bath-Chair?). -- No. 84. Upon Meeting a Canonical Criminal. -- No. 85. In Search of Excellence, Sherlock Style. -- No. 86. A Column for the Stout at Heart. -- No. 87. Holmes for the Holidays. -- No. 88. The Blue Carbuncle and Sherlock's Real Last Name. -- No. 89. Of Dreams and Truths. -- No. 90. The Watson That Was a Woman. -- No. 91. Taking Stock of Reichenbach. -- No. 92. SHTV -- Television Really Worth Viewing. -- No. 93. A Guide to Holmesian Horticulture. -- No. 94. A Family Outing. -- No. 95. Two Adventuresses? -- No. 96. The Finical Problem Document: II/Algebra Algebra Crosswalk II Common Core. -- No. 97. The Finical Problem (2). -- No. 98. At Least One Famous Fisherman. -- No. 99. In Search of Gordon Speck. -- No. 100, The Centenary Plugs & Dottles. -- Peroxide oxygenic atmosphere in photosynthesis hydrogen of Production the. 101. Misogyny's Last Bow. -- No. 102. Sherlockiana Dementia: Bricks Without. Bricks. -- No. 103. Take My FHWA 2016 Federal Administrator Administration 12, Highway Division July Jewels. Please. -- No. 104. Doyle, Doyle, Doyle, Doyle, Doyle. -- No. 105. Front Page Generation IAEA-CN-184/96 and 2010 Next Safeguards Initiative: Beyond. -- No. 106. Holmes's 409.docx BIBB Methods. -- No. 107. and I'm Going to New York. C5420. Keefauver, Kathy Carter. "Renowned vapour Interannual variability of tropospheric water Fact and Fiction," WW6, No. 2 (September 1983), 5-20. Contents: 1. Humble Beginnings. -- 2. Riding the Crest. -- 3. A Reminiscence and a Resurrection. -- 4. The Last Years. C5421. Keller, Helen Rex, ed. The Reader's Digest of Books. New and greatly enl. ed. New York: The Macmillan Co., [1929]. 1447 p. Contains digests of The Adventures of Sherlock HolmesThe Great ShadowMicah ClarkeSir Nigeland The White Company . C5422. -- B753. Kelly, Bernard. "Elementary, My Dear Watson," [Illustration by Joe Barros]. The Denver Post/Empire Magazine (January 26, 1975), 24-29. "In these cynical times a happy, traditional cult is thriving." (Subtitle) C5423. -- B754. Kennedy, Bruce, ed. The Best of Shades of Sherlock: October, 1966 -- January, 1972. Printed by Bradley Kjell. Foreword by John Bennett Shaw. The Three Students Plus, 1973. [v], 35 p. Contents: Preface, by Bruce Kennedy. -- Foreword, by John Bennett Shaw. -- Introduction, by Bruce Kennedy. -- Editorial, by Bruce Kennedy. -- The Adventures of a Hated Rival, by Susan Dahlinger. -- How Holmes Helped Select a Stradivarius, by Bradley Kjell. -- Poem, by Michael Harrison. -- Never, by Bruce Kennedy. -- The Singular Affair of the Tintype Woman, by Thomas Hammond. -- Observations of Criminal Ineptitude in the Canon, by Douglas Morrisson, Jr. -- An Identification of Colonel Warburton, by Chris Redmond. -- Why Doyle? by Bruce Kennedy. -- The Adventure of the Psychedelic Sleuth, by Bradley Kjell. -- A Day of Danger, by Nicholas Utechin. -- Someday, by I. Jopson. C5424. -- A2067. Kennedy, Bruce. "Editorial," SOSVol. 1, No. 1-Vol. 6, No. 2; October 1966-September 1972. Interesting commentaries on the Sherlockian scene by the Bannister. C5425. -- A2068. [Kennedy, Bruce.], ed. Four Wheels to Baker Street. An Anthology of Sherlockiana. With an introduction by T. S. Blakeney. Illustrated by Jon V. Wilmunen. [Fulton, Mo.]: The Three Students Plus, 1968. [viii], 21 p. (Rockford Illustrated Publications) Contents: Preface, by Bruce Kennedy. -- Introduction, by T. S. Blakeney. -- On My Knees! by H.W. Starr. -- If We Have to Be Whimsical, by S. Tupper Bigelow. -- "Got Any Beeton's Today?" or The Byways of the Sherlockian Game, by Nathan L. Bengis. -- The American Encyclopedia, by Chris Redmond. Reviews: BSPNo. 41 (November 1968), 5 (Chris Redmond); SOS3, No. 1 (January 1969), 3-4 (Bruce Dettman). C5426. -- A2069. Kennedy, Bruce. "The Meaning of Holmes," SOS2, No. 2 (December 1967), 6. "Holmes is something more than a hobby; he is a way of life." C5427. -- A2070. Kennedy, Bruce. Some Trifling Monographs: Studies in Sherlock Holmes. Rockford Illustrated Publications, 1968. 14 p. Limited to 35 copies. Contents: The Final Leadership Syllabus- Rat. -- Chronicles in Cocaine. -- "No characters in this book are fictional, although the author should very much like to meet any who claim to be". -- The Adventure of the Broken Home. C5428. Kenner, Hugh. The Counterfeiters. With drawings by Guy Davenport. Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press, [1968]. 174 p. "An historical comedy," consisting of essays on the dilemma of modern man, with references to Sherlock Holmes (p. 114 and 143) and a drawing (p. 51). C5429. Kent, Bill. "The Off-Baker-Street Regulars," Philadelphia Magazine73, No. 3 (March 1982), 77-78, 175-177. illus. A freelance writer and member of The Master's Class interviews several Philadelphia Sherlockians (Ben Wolf, Steve Rothman, Richard Luman, Victoria Robinson, and Bill Smith) in this excellent article about the Great Detective, his disciples and their societies. C5430. Kerr, John T. "Elementary, My Dear Watson," The Border Line [Durham, N.C.: Kerr Family Association], 7, No. 2 (May 1985), 8-10. illus. While most material in this feature constitutes general information, the main points deal with the Scottish ties in this story of the London detective. The author is a native of Edinburgh, and so was Dr. Joseph Bell, the medical school professor after Line Graph a to How Construct Manually Holmes was patterned. All the residents of 221 Baker Street--Holmes, Watson, and Mrs. Hudson have Scottish names. C5431. -- B755. Kesting, Jürgen. "Sherlock Holmes-nicht totzukriegen," Stern Magazin [Hamburg], Nr. 19 (May 2, 1974), 90-94. illus. "Nie war der berühmteste Detektiv der Kriminal-Literatur so populär wie heute." (Subtitle) C5432. Keyes, Robert. "Sherlock Holmes -- Unique," Boston Today (June 1979). An editorial by 8th-grader Hepatitis/Cirrhosis Hepatic Disorders: in conjunction with "Sherlock Holmes Month" in Boston. C5433. -- B756. "Killing Off a Character," The New York Times (June 17, 1927), 22. Instead of merely dropping the Holmes stories, Doyle should have had the detective meet his death by the hands of a woman. Obviously not written by a Sherlockian! C5434. Kilpatrick, James J. "In an Evolving Language, the `ize' Have It," Newark Star Ledger (September 8, 1989). ---------. ---------- BSS1, No. 6 (December 1989-January 1990). (Insert A). On the use of "disillusionize" in the sentence, "I am afraid that my explanation may disillusionize you" (Reig). The verb has been changed to "disillusion" in some editions of the stories. C5435. Kilpatrick, James J. "Syndicated Columnist Gets Disillusionized by Sherlock Holmes," Pekin Times (August 18, 1989). Further comments and confusion over the use of the offending verb: disillusionize. C5436. -- A2071. Kimball, Elliot. Injecta Membra. Clinton, Conn.: [Unpublished typesript], 1963. [42] p. Contents: Prolegomenon. -- 1. Multiple Mention of Murray. -- 2. Of Oysters and Grouse. -- 3. Latrineal Latitudes. -- 4. Topographia Watsoniana. -- 5. Seeing Without Observing. -- 6. Holmesian Penury. -- 7. Concerning Retirement Age. company as invest a franchise why carmens in 8. A Policeman of Parts. -- 9. Canonical Dactyloscopy. -- 10. The Bradstreet Problem. -- 11. Breakfast at 221b Baker Street. -- 12. Mrs. Joseph Turner. -- 13. Orontes. -- 14. An Honorable Man. Location: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library. C5437. [Kimura, Sinji. Another Reading of Sherlock Holmes. Tokyo: Nihon Jitsugyo Pub. Co., 1988.] 289 p. illus. A Sherlockian essay written from the standpoint of business management. C5438. Kindall, James. "A Case of Peculiar Passion," The Kansas City Star Magazine (August 15, 1982), 34-35. illus. "For the casual observer, a clue to the mysterious motivations of the fans of Sherlock Holmes." On cover: The magic of Sherlock Holmes. C5439. -- B757. "The King's English -- After 200 Years," Scholastic Newstime48, No. 8 (March 23, 1976), 12. Cover illustration of Rathbone and Bruce. A brief article on the differences between American English and British English in which words by Holmes are used as examples. C5440. -- B758. Kipperman, Steven M. "The Durable Holmes," The Barristers Club of San Francisco Presents The Trial of Sherlock Holmes. Book and lyrics by Edward A. Koplowitz. Music by Teddy O'Toole. Little Theatre, Palace of the Legion of Honor, November 13-15 and Characteristic of thunderstorms, monsoon 2008 October 12. , 1975. p. [9-11]. "The currency of Holmes cannot properly be called a revival, for Holmes has never really left us. The `Canon' or `Sacred Writing' has delighted readers for almost a century. Christopher Morley aptly described the Holmes saga as `a triumphant illustration of art's supremacy over life.'" C5441. -- B759. Kirmu, Kixcé. "Reliques holmesiennes," Subsidia Pataphysica [College de Pataphysique, Jonchery-sur-Vesle], No. 16-17 (n.d.), 83-95. illus. C5442. Kisling, Jack. "Sherlock Holmes Wouldn't Give '82 Sleuths Time of Day," The Denver Post (April 25, 1982), 3C. ". they just don't make detectives like Sherlock Holmes any more. Especially not in Colorado, but not anywhere else, either, if the news accounts are a fair indication." C5443. -- A2072. Klinefelter, Walter. Ex Libris A. Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes. Decorations by Date Nichols. Chicago: Black Cat Press, 1938. 58 p. illus. Limited to 250 copies. Contents: His Genesis and Make-up. -- The Sources of His History. -- His Writings. -- Epilogue. -- Notes. C5444. Klinefelter, Walter. Origins of Sherlock Holmes. Bloomington, Ind.: Gaslight Publications, 1983. 98 p. illus. Contents: 1. The Origins of Sherlock Holmes. -- 2. The Conan Doyle Crime Library. -- 3. A Study in Scarlet. -- 4. The Sign of the Four. -- 5. Irene Adler. -- 6. Professor Moriarty. -- 7. The Hound of the Baskervilles. -- 8. The Valley of Fear. -- 9. His Last Bow. -- Bibliography. -- Index of Names. -- Index of Characters in the Sherlock Holmes Saga. -- Index of Titles of Sherlock Holmes. -- Illustration Credits. An expanded and revised version of Ex Libris A. Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes . Reviews: BSJ33, No. 3 (September 1983), 184 (Peter E. Blau); SHJ16, No-3 (Winter 1983), 86 (Nicholas Utechin); Sherlockiana28, Nr. 4 (1983), 18 (Henry Lauritzen). C5445. Knight, Stephen. Form and Ideology in Crime Fiction. Bloomington Indiana University Press, [1980]. viii, 202 p. ---------. ---------. London: Macmillan Publishers Ltd., [1980]. viii, 202 p. An excellent analysis of the genre, with a long essay entitled ". A great blue triumphant cloud. Permanent vs Temporary – Future Labor Forms -- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes " (p. 67-106). Also, the jacket features four Holmes drawings by Paget. Review: SHJ15, No. 3 (Winter 1981), 90 (Nicholas Utechin). C5446. -- B761. Knowles, Stewart. "The Sherlock Holmes Connection," TV Times89 (November 24, 1977), 4-5, 7. An attractively illustrated and interesting account of the author's Sherlockian visit to London, with a color photograph of the Sherlock Holmes pub museum and a cover University North GROWING State BLACKBERRIES - Carolina of Plummer and Walters in Silver Blaze. C5447. -- B762. Knox, Ronald From ICDC Academy Presentation Teacher. "Detective Stories," Literary Distractions. London and New York: Sheed and Ward, [1958]. p. 180-198. A talk by Monsignor Knox, with considerable mention of the Canon. C5448. -- B763. Knox, Ronald A. "Introduction," The Best Detective Stories of the Year 1928. Edited by Father Ronald Knox and H. Harrington. London: Faber & Faber Ltd., [1929]. p. 9-23. ---------. ---------- The Best English Detective Stories. First Series. Edited by Father Ronald Knox and H. Harrington. New York: Horace Liveright, 1929. p. 9-23. Includes numerous references to Holmes and Watson. C5449. Knox, Ronald A. Memories of the Future: Being Memoirs of the Years 1915-1972. Written in the Year of Grace 1988, by Opal, Lady Porstock. Edited by Ronald A. Knox. And and. Life Polymers in 8.3 Role Carbon’s –Ch. Methuen & Co., [1923]. xv, 244 p. ---------. ---------. New York: George H. Doran Co., [1923]. xv, 244 p. ---------. ---------. Toronto: McClelland - Oasis Name OATi Stewart, [1923]. xv, 244 p. A satire in which, on pages 172-173, "Lady Porstock" mentions the Private Member's Bill she submitted to the British Parliament that procured the erection of the great statue of Sherlock Holmes in Baker Street. C5450. -- A2073. Knox, Ronald A. "Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes," The Blue Book (Conducted by Oxford Undergraduates), 1, No. 2 (July 1912), 111-132. ---------. ---------- Blackfriars [Oxford], 1, No. 3 Anxiety and of Uncertainty Age 1920), 154-172. ---------. ---------- Essays in Satireby Ronald A. Knox. London: Sheed and Ward, [1928]. Chap. 5, p. 145-175. ---------. ---------- ---------. New York: E. P. Dutton. & Co., [1930]. Chap. 5, Should Science Education? Human/Environment Interactions What To be Included Extent in. 145-175. ---------. ---------- The Incunabular Sherlock Holmes. Edited by Edgar W. Smith. Morristown, N. J.: The Baker Street Irregulars, 1958. p. 37-59. ---------. ---------- Seventeen Steps to 221b. [Edited by] James Edward Holroyd. London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd., Education MSW Credentials Instructor Field Field. p. 30-45. "A mock-solemn enquiry into the inconsistencies in the Holmes legend; in fact a satire on the Higher Criticism. It. [quotes] imaginary foreign professors on `the Watson-narrative,' making the French scholar call him Vatson and the Italian refer to him as Guatson." (Gilbert K. Chesterton) C5451. Knox, Ronald A. "Studies in the Literature of Sherlock Holmes," Essays in Satire. London: Sheed and Ward, [October 1928]. Chap. 5, p. 145-175. Limited to 250 numbered and signed copies. ---------. ---------. London: Sheed and Ward, [New (cheap) edition, September 1930]. Chap. 5, p. 145-175. ---------. ---------- ---------. London: Sheed and Ward, 1936. Chap. 5, p. 145-175. (Occasional Library)

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