Sayers on Holmes Essays and Fiction on Sherlock Holmes Sayers on Holmes collects the writings of Dorothy L Sayers on the subject of Sherlock Holmes In Sherlock Holmes and His Influence Sayers examines how the Sherlock Holmes stories affected the genre of

  • Title: Sayers on Holmes: Essays and Fiction on Sherlock Holmes
  • Author: Dorothy L. Sayers Alzina Stone Dale
  • ISBN: 9781887726085
  • Page: 109
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sayers on Holmes collects the writings of Dorothy L Sayers on the subject of Sherlock Holmes In Sherlock Holmes and His Influence, Sayers examines how the Sherlock Holmes stories affected the genre of detective fiction In The Dates in The Red Headed League she discusses the contradictory dates in the Holmes story In Holmes College Career Sayers determines whicSayers on Holmes collects the writings of Dorothy L Sayers on the subject of Sherlock Holmes In Sherlock Holmes and His Influence, Sayers examines how the Sherlock Holmes stories affected the genre of detective fiction In The Dates in The Red Headed League she discusses the contradictory dates in the Holmes story In Holmes College Career Sayers determines which university Holmes attended Oxford or Cambridge and speculates on a birth year for Holmes Dr Watson s Christian Name represents an effort by Sayers to solve the problem that Watson is called by different first names in different Holmesian stories Dr Watson, Widower, is concerned with the speculation on Dr Watson s possible multiple marriages In addition, published here for the first time is the script she wrote for a radio production, A Tribute to Sherlock Holmes on the Occasion of his 100th Birthday, in which the young Lord Peter Wimsey consults Sherlock Holmes.

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    1. The young Lord Peter, who was "rising eight at the time," has what would seem to be his first mysterious adventure when the family cat, a black kitten named Seneca, disappears from the night-nursery. Not only is this Peter's first mystery--but it is an impossible crime of sorts. The children were at their breakfast in the play-room (which held the only entrance to nursery) and they noticed that Seneca had not come out of the nursery to join them for a saucer of milk. "Nobody had entered or left [...]

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