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Lives Beyond Baker Street
Author: Christopher Redmond
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1780929072
Pages: 338
Year: 2016-12-19
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If you have ever read “A Scandal in Bohemia” and wondered what Watson’s allusion to “Mr. John Hare” means if you aren’t sure who was in charge in southeast Asia when Mycroft Holmes mentions “the present state of Siam” if you’re wondering about Watson’s portrait of General Gordon or Holmes’s Vernet relatives or what Scottish expert on poisons Scotland Yard consulted when the Baker Street duo weren’t available this is your book. It provides one-paragraph biographies of 800 real-life Victorians and Edwardians who strolled down Oxford Street near Holmes and Watson or figured in the newspapers they read. That mention of Blondin on the roof at Pondicherry Lodge? Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary friends? The King of Scandinavia? The British commander at Maiwand? Enquire within.
Arthur Conan Doyle
Author: Janet B. Pascal
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195122623
Pages: 158
Year: 2000-04-13
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Reveals the author's life through historical photographs and narratives devoted to his literary career, adventurous travels, and major accomplishments.
Beyond Baker Street
Author: Michael Harrison
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill Company
ISBN:
Pages: 364
Year: 1976
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Baker Street Studies
Author: H. W. Bell
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1787202798
Pages: 135
Year: 2016-11-11
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These delightful essays by such luminaries as Dorothy L. Sayers, Vincent Starrett, Ronald A. Knox, and S. C. Roberts form a classic work in Sherlockian scholarship, edited by H. W. Bell. Topics include Holmes’s college career, the medical career of Dr. Watson, Mrs. Hudson’s little-known exploits, and the mystery of Mycroft Holmes. There is also speculation regarding Holmes’s view of women and Holmes’s nemesis, Mr. Moriarty. Did he exist? A. G. Macdonell attempts to prove otherwise. “Bell’s work is a landmark and a model of method.”—Barzun and Taylor, A Catalogue of Crime
Shadows Over Baker Street
Author: Michael Reaves, John Pelan
Publisher: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0345452739
Pages: 446
Year: 2005-03-01
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Master detective Sherlock Holmes enters the macabre and nightmarish world of H. P. Lovecraft to solve a series of bizarre cases in a collection of short fiction by twenty leading authors, including Neil Gaiman, Steve Perry, Brian Stableford, Poppy Z. Brite, Barbara Hambly, and Caitlin Kiernan, among others. Reprint. 12,500 first printing.
Beyond Baker Street
Author: Jillian G. Miller
Publisher:
ISBN: 0355096331
Pages: 66
Year: 2017
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Modern audiences, film makers, and producers appear to see Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson as comedic figures. While Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s canonical literature may be funny, there seems to be a significant difference between the humor of the canon and the humor of more current adaptations. Throughout this thesis, I explore the evolution of wit in Sherlock Holmes by examining various adaptations, beginning with the original stories and ending with the most current pop culture production (BBC Sherlock, Season 4, 2017). Ultimately, I argue that there has been an evolution of humor and wit through several iterations of the stories. By excavating the textual unconscious, today’s directors have arrived at a Sherlock Holmes who, unlike his early predecessors, is deliberately funny. The argument that follows addresses the question: by what mechanisms has Sherlock Holmes become funny in the one hundred and thirty years since he was first created?
Seventeen Minutes to Baker Street
Author: Daniel D Victor
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1780929498
Pages: 198
Year: 2016-04-27
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Sherlock Holmes had never met a writer who had ridiculed him as bitterly as Samuel L. Clemens had. For that matter, Holmes had never met a writer who fancied himself a detective. Yet Sam Clemens not only unraveled Holmes’ investigation into the murder of the hot-blooded woman on Thor Bridge, but also, while writing as Mark Twain, belittled Holmes’ highly-touted detecting skills. In this recently discovered narrative, Doctor Watson sets the record straight. He reveals other crimes related to the original murder while relating what prompted Clemens in a 1902 short story to deride the famous detective. Spurred on by such criticism, as well as by clues discovered in a classic tale by Bret Harte, Sherlock Holmes begins a new investigation, one that leads Holmes and Watson from the gardens of Windsor Castle to the spires of Oxford University in their efforts to track down a deranged assassin bent on wreaking even more havoc.
The House at Baker Street
Author: Michelle Birkby
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1509807209
Pages: 338
Year: 2016-02-25
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Behind every detective stands a great woman . . . When Sherlock Holmes turns down the case of persecuted Laura Shirley, Mrs Hudson - the landlady of Baker Street - and Mary Watson - the wife of Dr Watson - resolve to take on the investigation themselves. From the kitchen of 221b, the two women begin their inquiries and enlist the assistance of the Baker Street Irregulars and the infamous Irene Adler. A trail of clues leads them to the darkest corners of Whitechapel, where the fearsome Ripper supposedly still stalks. They soon discover Laura Shirley is not the only woman at risk - the lives of many others are in danger too. As Mrs Hudson and Mary Watson put together the pieces of an increasingly complex puzzle, the investigation becomes bigger than either of them could ever have imagined. Can they solve the case or are they just pawns in a much larger game? It is time for Mrs Hudson and Mary Watson to emerge from the shadows and stand in the spotlight . . .
Mrs. Hudson in New York
Author: Barry S Brown
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1780927894
Pages: 270
Year: 2015-08-26
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Accompanied by Holmes and Watson, Mrs. Hudson crosses the ocean to attend the wedding of her cousin's daughter. They disembark to discover that the young lady's fiancée, a pitcher for the Brooklyn Bridegrooms, stands accused of an attempt on the life of JP Morgan and the death of his aide. A self-declared enemy of Morgan and the robber barons, the ballplayer ran from the scene of the crime and,when captured, was found inpossession of a gun with two spent cartridges, the same number and caliber as thatused in the attack. Before a wedding can be held, the unacknowledged sage of Baker Street will lead Holmes and Watson along a path of investigation taking them from JP Morgan's mansion to the gambling dens of New York's Tenderloin. With the enthusiastic assistance of Samuel Clemens, the reluctant assistance of Morgan, and the cautious assistance of a leader in the African Broadway community, they will identify the financier's attacker, frustrate effortsto corrupt the game ofbaseball, and rescue the prospective bride and groom from would-be assassins before returning finally to the comparative quiet of 221B Baker Street. Acclaim for earlier Mrs. Hudson novels: "a compelling and enjoyable read" Over My Dead Body Mystery Magazine "an exciting mystery of Victorian England" Midwest Book Review "an entertaining romp" The District Messenger, Newsletter of the Sherlockian Society of London "in this admirable novel ... it's not difficult to be drawn into the events and the investigation ... by a very competent author" Sherlockian.net website "even more fun than his first novel ... one can't wait for a third volume in this series" Wilmington Star-News
Visions Beyond the Veil
Author: H. A. Baker
Publisher: Whitaker House
ISBN: 1603742069
Pages: 192
Year: 2006-08-01
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Beggars…Outcasts…Homeless Such were the forgotten, uneducated children in China when the Spirit of God fell upon their humble orphanage, the Adullam Home. The boys spent days in powerful meetings, praying and praising God. Under the anointing of the Holy Spirit, they prophesied, saw visions, and discovered: Angels…how they operate and protect us Unbelievers…and their fate Heavenly occupations…what our jobs will be Paradise…revealed through the eyes of children The throne of God…experiencing true worship Death…what happens when we die Demons…and their evil works This mighty outpouring was a fulfillment of God’s promise: “And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of My Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions.” Acts 2:17
ABOUT SIXTY: Why Every Sherlock Holmes Story is the Best
Author: Christopher Redmond, Dan Andriacco
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1479423734
Pages: 308
Year: 2016-11-14
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"Sixty original tales of Sherlock Holmes -- which one is the best? In sixty essays, sixty Sherlockians make the case for each of the stories. Their arguments range from the playful to the academic, and are as varied as the authors themselves. As editor Christopher Redmond says, ""What they have written is compelling evidence that any one of the Sherlock Holmes stories can be the best; it’s all a matter of what the reader is looking for."" Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s tales range from Victorian horror, to jewel heists, to society scandals. As these authors show, there's a Sherlock Holmes adventure for every taste. This volume benefits the Beacon Society. No royalties from the sale of this volume will be paid to either the authors or the editor. Royalties earned will, with the cooperation of the publisher, be turned over in their entirety to the Beacon Society, a not-for-profit organization of Sherlockians with the purpose of introducing young people to Sherlock Holmes through classrooms and libraries."
Fighting for Life
Author: S. Josephine Baker
Publisher: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1590177061
Pages: 264
Year: 2013
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"New York's lower east side was said to be the most densely populated square mile on the face of the earth in the 1890s. City health inspectors called the neighborhood "the suicide ward" and referred to one particular tenement--in an official Health Department report, no less--as an "out and out hog pen." Diarrhea epidemics raged each summer, killing thousands of city children. Sweatshop babies with smallpox and typhus dozed in garment heaps destined for fashionable Broadway shops. Desperate mothers paced the streets to soothe their feverish children, and white mourning cloths hung from every building. A third of children living in the slums died before their fifth birthday. By 1911, the child death rate had fallen sharply and The New York Times hailed the city as the healthiest on earth. In this witty and highly personal autobiography, public health crusader Dr. Sara Josephine Baker explains how this remarkable transformation was achieved. By the time she retired from the New York City Health Department in 1923, Baker was famous worldwide for saving the lives of 90,000 children. The public health programs Baker developed, many still in use today, have probably saved the lives of millions more. She also fought for women's suffrage, toured Russia in the 1930s, and captured "Typhoid" Mary Malone, twice. She was also an astute observer of her times, and Fighting for Life is one of the most honest, compassionate memoirs of American medicine ever written"--Provided by publisher.
Josephine Baker in Art and Life
Author: Bennetta Jules-Rosette
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252074122
Pages: 368
Year: 2007
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Beyond biography: a legendary performer's legacy of symbolism
Preparing for Life
Author: Jed Baker
Publisher: Future Horizons
ISBN: 1932565337
Pages: 357
Year: 2005
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A life skills guide for individuals with autism and Asperger's syndrome discusses social skills and strategies needed for success in the adult world, including discussion of perspective-taking, nonverbal communication skills, and stress management.
Beyond the Sunshine
Author: Rick Baker
Publisher: Pineapple Press
ISBN: 1683340132
Pages: 200
Year: 2017
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From the time the first humans reached the Florida peninsula more than 12,000 years ago through today's complex and diverse state, this timeline narrative sets Florida's fascinating history against the backdrop of world events. Learn how early native peoples, European exploration, wars, and transformative economic, social, cultural, and technological changes have shaped and continue to shape the "Sunshine State."