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After Sherlock Holmes: The Evolution of British and American by LeRoy Lad Panek

By LeRoy Lad Panek

the looks of Sherlock Holmes in The Strand Magazine in 1891 all started a stampede of writers who desired to emulate, construct upon or maybe satirize Arthur Conan Doyle’s paintings. This publication explores the advance of detective fiction through the serious interval among Conan Doyle’s construction of Holmes and the appearance of the Golden Age of the detective tale in the course of global struggle I. either British and American detective writers of the interval are surveyed—as good as writers who became to gentleman burglars and grasp criminals.

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