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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was an author and physician in the 1800 and 1900s. Although he wrote many different titles, he is best known for his character, Sherlock Holmes.

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Answer Wikipedia has this information: "The 'Sherlock Holmes' name was derived from a pair of cricketers � however some early notes give his name as Sherrinford Holmes. "Holmes" was named after Oliver Wendell Holmes, whom Conan Doyle admired, and an English cricketer named Sherlock." DIspute…
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The theme of Conan Doyle's "The Lost World" may be seen as man vs. environment. This is basically an adventure story. The protagonists travel to an area where Dinosaurs still exist, and come back rich.
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I believe that he was knighted (known as Knight Bachelor) in 1902, hence the title Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. he was awarded starting page "top 2000" election on 02/02/01 and the critical mass award on 02/17/01 Archie Goodwin Award (2005)
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It seems that Sir Conan Doyle wasn't that fond of Sherlock Holmes, nor was he pleased with the fact that his popularity greatly superseded that of his other writings. There was a public outcry and Conan Doyle had to bring Holmes back from the dead by pretending Holmes hadn't fallen to his death aft…
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Yes he (Conan Doyle) did. After an outcry from readers, Conan Doyle finally relented and restored Holmes to life (in "The Adventure of the Empty House"). Holmes never died again :}
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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle (1859-1930) was a Irish author born in Scotland famous for his crime fiction featuring Sherlock Holmes. He also wrote science fiction and historical novels. He had originally trained and worked as a doctor. the author of Sherlock Holmes, an extremely famous charater. …
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The most famous series of stories Arthur Conan Doyle wrote were about the detective, Sherlock Holmes. His first published Sherlock Holmes story is "A Study in Scarlet," but he wrote more than 20 novels, 100 short stories, and a dozen plays on other topics.
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dam i dont know Hound of the Baskervilles (How could you not know that?)
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I don't believe so other than that he was knighted. Any awards that were given for his work were given after his death.
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Doyle is best known for writing the Sherlock Holmes mysteries, his claim to fame. In addition he also wrote historical and historical fiction novels. There are four Sherlock Holmes novels as well as five short story collections. Source: Wikipedia the free encyclopedia, answers.comHope this helps! :)…
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He would have been about 32 years old.
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Harry Houdini
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle never travelled to India.
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He is famous for writing many books but most notably the series of mysteries about Sherlock Holmes. Many of his books about Holmes have been made into films. He was a physician, author, and also collaberated with playwright J. M. Barrie (creator of Peter Pan) on a play. He became "Sir" when he was k…
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Conan Doyle crates suspense by explaining the atmosphere in the story ,and telling you what is around you ,and what the people are doing around you.
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The Scottish born Sir Arthur lived mostly in southern England. Following schooling, he resided in several different places at different times owning to changes in his medical practice and the good fortunes that came his way because of his writing. (Not necessarily the Sherlock Holmes works.) Among …
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle On 24 October 1902 King Edward VII knighted Doyle for his services to the Crown during the Boer War in Africa.
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Sherlock Holmes is the chief character. Conan Doyle has also presented Mycroft Holmes, his brother who according to Sherlock is more brilliant than him, though an easy chair analyzer. Also: Professor Challenger Brigadier Etienne Gerard and a cast of hundreds more . . . .
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Study in Scarlet, Sign of Four, and The Hound of the Baskervilles ------ Those are the first 3 Sherlock Holmes novels, but the first 3 overall Conan Doyle novels are: A Study in Scarlet (1887) Micah Clarke (1889) The Mystery of Cloomber (1889)
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He created the famous detective Sherlock Holmes, as well as the surrounding well-known characters, such as Dr. John Watson, Professor Moriarty, Irene Adler, etc...
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle died on July 7, 1930 at the age of 71.
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (May 22nd, 1859 to July 7th, 1930) was 71 when he died of a heart attack. A link can be found below.
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He had eight siblings (nine children total) and was born the third in line (the eldest son) on May 22nd 1859.
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Best estimates of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's writing counts: Sherlock Holmes series (4 novels, 56 short stories) Professor Challenger series (5 novels) Brigadier Gerard series (18 short stories) Other miscellany (19 novels, 115 short stories, 13 plays [2 co-written], 81 poems, 12 pamphlets)
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on May 22 1859 in Edinburgh, Scotland to an Irish mother, nee Mary Foley and an Irish father, Charles Altamont Doyle.
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Most of the Sherlock Holmes stories are written in descriptive style. For instance, many stories contain historical fiction (based on actual history), and the actions of the protagonist, Sherlock Holmes, are described in detail. However, many parts of the stories are in narrative style, and mostly w…
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In the Conan Doyle play 'The Black Doctor,' the character Miss Frances Morton married Aloysius Xavier Lana. No mention of a Mary Morton. I hope that helps.
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Edgar Allan Poe's detective, crime and mystery novels influenced Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to write his own mysteries. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle believed that Edgar Allen Poe's stories were "a model for all time."
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The Mystery of Sassasa Valley (1879). The first Sherlock Holmes book was "A Study In Scarlet" (1886).
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he wrote Sherlock Holmes and other books A list of his books is at the URL below:
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the lost world theory is the idea that there are still dinosaurs out there on like an uncharterd island
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no, other than being a classic it has not won any modern awards
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Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but he was a pure-blood Irishman In his autobiography, Memories and Adventures (1924), Conan Doyle writes: 'I, an Irishman by extraction, was born in the Scottish capital after two separate lines of Irish wanderers came together under one roof.'
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle invented Sherlock Holmes. Everything that started after that like Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys was because of him. Although what is already said is true, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle didn't create the original mystery story. The credit for that goes to Edgar Allan Poe. Poe wrote th…
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They loved them! Thousands canceled their subscriptions to The Strand when Sherlock Holmes was killed off.
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Yeah he did and two wives. He was kinda cheating on his first wife, but still loved them both at the same time. By Louise Hawkins ("Touie") his first wife, he had Arthur Alleyne Kingsley [known as Kingsley] and Mary. By Jean Leckie, his second wife, he had Adrian, Denis, and Lena Jean [known in th…
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Holmes books A Study in Scarlet (1887)The Sign of Four (1890)The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (1894)The Hound of the Baskervilles (1902)The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1904)The Valley of Fear (1915)His Last Bow (1917)The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (1927) &nbs…
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Arhtur Conan Doyle had five children. With Louisa Hawkins: Mary Louise (1889) Arthur Alleyne Kingsley (1892) With Jean Leckie: Denis Percy Stuart (1909) Adrian Malcolm (1910) Jean Lena Annette (1912)
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Conan Doyle fathered five children. Mary Louise, Arthur Alleyne Kingsley, Denis Percy Stewart , Adrian Malcolm and Jean Lena Annette
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had one brother and seven sisters.
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Mary Foley Doyle
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The Lost World is about a man named Edward Malone, a reporter for the Daily Gazette, goes to his news editor, McArdle, to get a dangerous and adventurous mission to impress the woman he loves, Gladys Hungerton. He is sent to interview Professor George Edward Challenger, who has assaulted four or fiv…
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Arthur Conan Doyle was inspired by one of his old masters in university. He was called Joseph Bell. Doyle admired Bell immensely for his cool attitude, razor-sharp mind and brilliant powers of deduction. Bell becamse Holmes, and Doyle became Watson. But Holmes' attire was based on someone else, the …
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Arthur Conan Doyle's parents were Charles Altamont Doyle (1832-1893) and Mary Foley Doyle (1837-1920).
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Ele morreu de um ataque de coracao.
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Sherlock Holmes novels: 1887 - A Study in Scarlet 1890 - The Sign of Four 1902 - The Hound of the Baskervilles 1915 - The Valley of Fear Sherlock Holmes short story collections: 1892 - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (12 stories) 1894 - The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes (11 stories) 1905 - Th…
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{| |- | Sherlock Holmes, being a fictional character, never met Dr. Bell. Dr. Bell employed Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, as a clerk at the Edinborough Infirmary. He was quite adept at deducing things from small observations. |}
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The best thing you could do is find an expert at a local bookstore or hobby shop. There are many factors involved in valuing any collectible. Factors include: what the book is, condition of the book, authenticity of the signature, etc. I just saw a limited, numbered, and signed Conan Doyle book on A…
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on May 22, 1859.
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There were actually at least two cases: George Edalji and Oscar Slater. Please check the links below.
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Novelist, short story writer, poet, doctor of medicine
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the hound of the baskervilles
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The Mystery of the Sasassa Valley (1879).
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King Edward VII
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ship's surgeon, a medical officer, a doctor, and an author.
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I don't think he was really sending any message. In some of the stories he points out how bad the human race is getting. I agree with most of that but I think, personally, he was a little to lost hope ish
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STEEL TRUE BLADE STRAIGHT ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE KNIGHT PATRIOT, PHYSICIAN & MAN OF LETTERS
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1. Hodder 2. Stonyhurst Roman Catholic public school in Lancashire, UK 3. Feldkirch Jesuit boarding school in Vorarlberg, Austria 4. University of Edinburgh Medical School in Edinburgh, UKHodder Place, Stonyhurst
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The rover adventures (The Giggler Treatment, Rover Saves Christmas, The Meanwhile Adventures)I'm sorry, but that's all I know...
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Olá, eu poderia copiar e colar aqui os títulos de todos os livros escritos por Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Mas uma maneira mais fácil e prática e você clicar no link logo abaixo,( Lista das obras de Conan Doyle) e terás acesso a lista de todas as suas obras.
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A Study in ScarletThe Sign of FourThe Hound of the BaskervillesThe Valley of FearA Scandal in BohemiaThe Red-Headed LeagueA Case of IdentityThe Boscombe Valley MysteryThe Five Orange PipsThe Man with the Twisted LipThe Adventure of the Blue CarbuncleThe Adventure of the Speckled BandThe Adventure of…
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He had 5 kids.- The first wife Lousia Hawkins had 2 kids with Arthur Conan Doyle- The second wife Denis Percy Stewart had 3 kids with Arther Conan Doyle Actually, his second wife was named Jean Elizabeth Lecke. Denis Percy Stewart is the name of one of his children with Jean Lecke, whom he called th…
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stood for election as a Member of Parliament, twice, but was not elected.
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He wrote more than 20 novels and 100 short stories, also 81 poems, 12 plays, and 12 pamphlets with themes OTHER than Sherlock Holmes. He participated in the sports of football (soccer), cricket, golf, and downhill skiing. He even played a role in popularising the sport of downhill skiing, or what he…
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i think a cool title would be : Elementary my dear Watson!
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Doyle is famous as the author of the Sherlock Holmes detective stories. He also wrote other fiction of some note.
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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle. By the way, it is not proper to refer to him as Doyle or Arthur C. Doyle.
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Arthur Conan Doyle! Makes sense, huh? He occasionally used the name A. Conan Doyle, particularly early in his career.
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It was actually King Edward VII from whom he almost refused the knighthood, and he thought he did not deserve knighthood for doing his job which was writing a history of the South African Boer War (1899-1902).
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Well, I'm not saying this with any authority, but, I would think he thought them a tad incompetent at times. :)
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Yes, I think he should be remembered as one of the greatest writers of all time, and I know he will be remembered for centuries to come. The reason I think this is because he has been since 1930 and apparently you know about him, so you probably heard it from somebody, you learned it in class, or yo…
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A son and a daughter, Kingsley and Mary, with his first wife, Louise Hawkins, aka Touie. Two sons and a daughter with his second wife, Jean Leckie : Adrian, Dennis and Lena Jean (who became Dame Jean Conan Doyle, commander of the Women's division of the Royal Air Force in World War II) Kingsley dies…
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Yes. He played under the name A. C. Smith as an amateur goalkeeper for the team. In a side note, he may have paid a tribute through the story 'The Adventure of the Missing-Three Quarter' when he named the dog in the story, Pompey, which is the nickname of the team. Please check the link below.
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote 56 short stories and four novels about the "first consulting detective".
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was a British writer, best known for writing the Sherlock Holmes stories. There is a Sherlock Holmes statue dedicated to Doyle in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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yes, very much, he based Watson on himself! Funny huh!
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He preferred to write historical novels. He didn't want Holmes to overshadow those, so he killed him. Conan Doyle brought him back to life by having Sherlock survive the Reichenbach Falls confrontation, hence the continuing stories of Sherlock Holmes written in the Mystery genre.
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Windlesham, his house in Crowborough, East Sussex, England on 7 July 1930.
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I think the most important one was his popularization of fingerprinting. He also noted several times that ears were a very distinguishing characteristic . He also claimed his protagonist to be an expert on cigar/cigarette ash , and more generally, close observation of the seemingly mundane.
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Harry Houdini and Conan Doyle shared a common interest in the after life and attempting to contact the dead. They differed on their beliefs.
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Sherlock Holmes first appeared in publication in 1887 after Conan Doyle wrote the story in early 1886.
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He would have been about 27 in 1886 when he wrote 'A Study in Scarlet.'
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An abbreviated list of historic events during Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's lifetime: US Civil War Battle of Little Big Horn (US, Montana) US Presidents Abraham Lincoln, James A. Garfield, William McKinley are all assassinated in office First fuel powered aircraft flight Industrial Revolution Inven…
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Even though Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle as a medical student had published a few stories, his career as a fiction writer really began after his obtaining the Master of Surgeries Degree from the University of Edinburgh. His fiction writing career stemmed from three different experiences- his journey in t…
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Edinburgh, Scotland
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There was an uproar in England. Women cried and people wore black armbands mourning for the great detective, Sherlock Holmes. Who wouldn't, really?
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If you mean his autobiography, "Memories and Adventures", it was published in 1924.
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Yes, twice, just like Watson, the first died of a severe sickness
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buck stayed in the dino world because rudy was still alive.
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"The Keys to the Kingdom " is a very popular title. -It's a Sci-Fi adventure by Garth Nix, a romance by Alison Armstrong, and a spy novel by Bob Graham. - but nothing by A Conan Doyle. ( don't even get me started on "Keys OF the Kingdom " -)
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Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle, prolific author and creator of "The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" was born on May 22, 1859 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His medical training, experience as a practical doctor, and experience as a ship's doctor inspired the methodology of observation and logic used by his mos…
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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle died in 1930 and is buried in the churchyard at Minstead, Hampshire, England, with his second wife, Jean (nee Leckie). He had been buried in the rose garden of his home "Windlesham", in Crowborough, Sussex.
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He is buried in the churchyard at Minstead in the New Forest.
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