(E–pub/Pdf) The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle

The Memoirs of Sherlock HolmesThe Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes resents a collection of cases of our ingenious detective Sherlock Holmes chronicled by his ever loyal friend and at times assistant Dr Watson This consists of eleven cases where Sherlock Holmes s ingenuity is skillfully demonstrated According to my enjoyment of the cases the ratings ranged between 3 to 5 stars except one which for some unfortunate reason I didn t enjoy much The Silver Blaze The Naval Treaty The Final Problem The Musgrave Ritual The Raigate Puzzle The Greek Interpreter The Yellow Face The Crooked Man The Stockbroker s Clerk The Resident Patient and Gloria Scott This collection of cases too like all others I ve read thus far shows Holmes s extraordinary analytical skill Förster Grünrock erzählt power of observation and his exceptional ability to disguise himself In all these capacities Sherlock Holmes never ceases to surprise us Though he is fictional I have always admired and respected this extraordinary man as if he was a real living being However thisarticular set of cases drew me very close to Sherlock Perhaps I even fell in love with him for when his end came which not in my wildest dreams I thought Attack of the Invisible Cats possible for he was immortal to me I cried like a child PS A day is gone by but I still can t believe what I read He cannot really die can he God help me I need time to recover June 7 2019This is Doyle s second collection of canonical Sherlock Holmes stories containing a dozen tales originallyublished in The Strand magazine between Dec 1892 and Nov 1893 It s included in an omnibus volume of Holmes books that my wife gave me several years ago The Original Illustrated Sherlock Holmes which is enhanced by all of the original black and white drawings by gifted artist Sidney Paget I ve recently begun using it to dip into when I m between other reads so in this installment I ll review only the four stories I ve read so farOf these four I d actually already read three of them elsewhere before starting this book These are The Adventure of the Stockbroker s Clerk which is included in Great English Short Stories though I didn t comment on it in detail in my review of that anthology and which is actually difficult to comment on without a spoiler The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual the antiuarian flavor of which built around a strange centuries old family tradition make it one of my favorites in the Holmes corpus and The Adventure of the Final Problem The latter story is the only one Doyle wrote in which Prof Moriarty actually appears he s alluded to in The Valley of Fear As well read Holmes fans already know it s also very ivotal in the history of the Holmes canon but no spoilers here So the only newly read selection here is The Adventure of Silver Blaze This one involves the disappearance of a race horse favored to win a major race and though many Holmes stories don t involve murder this case is one that comes with a corpse I did not figure out the solution though of course it seems retty obvious once Holmes explains it and the racing milieu might appeal to Dick Francis fans I haven t read any of his work myself but my wife has More laterJune 23 2019This afternoon I finished the remaining stories in this collection All of them embody the characteristic features of the author s Holmes fiction challenging intellectual ソウルケイジ[Sōru Keiji] puzzles thatresent opportunities for ure deductive reasoning a satisfying eriod ambiance human drama sometimes with exotic features and the comfortable Holmes Watson interaction While I won t comment on all of them individually the titular box in The Adventure of the Cardboard Box mailed to a respectable and demure middle aged spinster draws the reader in immediately with its grisly contents two severed human ears I d read this one as a kid since I recognized some of the dialogue in the beginning but I d otherwise forgotten it completely The Adventure of the Yellow Face was my favorite here it s also a rare Holmes tale in which the great detective s theory of the case Scottish Rite proves to be wrong that s no spoiler since Watson tells us so in the firstaragraph In The Adventure of the Gloria Scott Doyle LOOKS BACK INTO SHERLOCK S COLLEGE back into Sherlock s college to recount his first brush with the world of crime Mycroft Holmes Sherlock s observant and analytical brother is introduced in The Adventure of the Greek Interpreter in the original canon I believe he only appears here and in one other story Finally The Adventure of the Naval Treaty is one of a few Holmes cases that involve high stakes for British national interestsWith critics who disparage genre fiction as if general or mainstream fiction wasn t a genre of its own it s axiomatic that mysteries for instance don t address serious How to Win the Nobel Prize: An Unexpected Life in Science philosophical issues Of course mystery readers know that bringing characters face to face with issues of good and evil crime andunishment extremes of human moral behavior with serious stakes is uniuely apt to suggest uestions about right and wrong meaning and Life Among the Surrealists purpose in the universe and theodicy to say nothing of social andsychological uestions True Holmes doesn t often wax explicitly Ä philosophical And when he does he s apt torompt readers to ask themselves the uestions rather than to ose answers But the former is something that the best of serious fiction does pose answers But the former is something that the best of serious fiction does ll close with a couple of uotesWhat object is served by this cycle of misery and violence and fear It must tend to some end or else our universe is ruled by chance which is unthinkable But what end There is the great standing erennial roblem to which human reason is as far from an answer as everThere is nothing in which deduction is so necessary as in religion Our highest assurance of the goodness of Providence seems to me to rest in the flowers All other things our owers our desires our food are really necessary for our existence But this rose is an extra Its smell and its colour are an embellishment of life not a condition of it It is only goodness which gives extras and so I say again that we have much to hope from the flowers I enjoyed this short story collection but I refuse to rate it higher than okay because it must be enalised for the one incredibly racist short story included in the collection My jaw actually dropped while listening to that one which is a henomenon in itself as I m not very expressive when readinglistening to books There were also some fatphobic descriptions which were simply awful I want to start with emphasising those thingsThat aside most of the mysteries in this one were When The Light Went Out pretty good I felt like they did a good job of showing Sherlock as human We get to see some cases that baffled him and others where he had tout himself at risk in order to solve the crime But don t get it twisted we definitely get to see him as the genius he is often than not We get to meet Mycroft and seei. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes The Arthur The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a volume collecting Sherlock Holmes short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates published on december in UK and february in USA both imprints are by George Newnes Ltd PDF The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Book Free download or read online The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmesdf ePUB Sherlock Holmes Series book The first edition of the novel was ublished in and was written by Arthur Conan Doyle The book was ublished in multiple languages including English consists of ages and is Available In Hardcover Format The Main Characters in Hardcover format The main characters this classics mystery story are Mycroft Holmes Dr The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Summary | The The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes Community Note includes chapter by chapter summary and analysis character list theme list historical context author biography and uizzes written by community members like you The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes edition | Open The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes This edition ublished by sherlock holmes Table of Contents Silver Blaze The Yellow Face The Stock Broker's Clerk The “Gloria Scott” The Musgrave Ritual The Reigate Suires The Crooked Man The Resident Patient The Greek Interpreter The Naval Treaty The Final. Ng Sherlock interact with him humanised him than any of the other novels and collections have I also really liked seeing him and Watson work together when solving cases It was bittersweet to see their friendship change and morph over time and then everything that happened at the end of the collectionOverall not a bad short story collection but the racism and fatphobia really did detract from my full enjoymentThis review and others can originally be found on Olivia s Catastrophe The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes is a collection of short stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that had originally been ublished in the Strand Magazine Much like we like to watch our favorite shows with a new episode every week the Strand Baby Girl (Erik Ead Trilogy, published these stories and fans couldn t get enough Readers not unlike fans today wanted to have a marathon so Doyleublished collections allowing them to binge out on their favorite detective This is the second Sherlock Holmes collection and at the time it was thought to be the last At the end of the stories Holmes fights Moriarty to the death as they fall from the edge of a cliff into a waterfall The fandom was strong however and Doyle would eventually succumb to the 待つ [Matsu] pressure and bring Sherlock back The second original collectionReview of free Kindle editionA Public Domain BookThis second collection of Sherlock Holmes stories wasublished in 1893 but the ublication date is sometimes listed as 1894 The 12 stories in this collection appear in the same order as they were ublished in The Strand Magazine except that the first British edition did not include The Adventure of the Cardboard Box though it was in the first US edition Later US editions also omitted the story Apparently Conan Doyle reuested the omission I haven t found a conclusive reason for this but it may have been because the Brainwashing of the German Nation plot contains adultery which Conan Doyle may have felt to be unsuitable for children Which of course begs the uestion of why he wrote andublished it that way in the first Encounters with Rauschenberg: (A Lavishly Illustrated Lecture) place This free Kindle edition has the following storiesAdventure I Silver Blaze Adventure II The Yellow Face Adventure III The Stock Broker s Clerk Adventure IV The Gloria Scott Adventure V The Musgrave Ritual Adventure VI The Reigate Puzzle Adventure VII The Crooked Man Adventure VIII The Resident Patient Adventure IX The Greek Interpreter Adventure X The Naval Treaty Adventure XI The Final ProblemJust as with many editions The Adventure of the Cardboard Box has been omitted Doyle intended this to be the last collection of Holmes stories as he was alreadylanning Holmes demise and exit from literature He was Vögeln ist schön: Die Sexrevolte von 1968 und was von ihr bleibt persuaded to write what would have been theenultimate Holmes adventure The Hound of the Baskervilles before killing off Holmes in The Final Problem As we now know like the reported death of Mark Twain the story of Holmes death was greatly exaggerated and Holmes returned in triumph never to leave us again as the world wide opularity of the Holmes adventures appears likely to live on into the distant futureNote that both and GoodReads apparently combine reviews and ratings of different editions which do not contain the same stories This is just a wonderful to me walk down memory lane re living and re experiencing some of the most iconic Holmes stories ever written by Sir ArthThis book contains such gems as The Musgrave Ritual Silver Blaze The Resident Patient The fabulous Greek Interpreter A 85% Extraordinary Notes Wherein Sherlock Holmes is given backstory and greater dimension while the stories get darker and complex After reading Sir Arthur Conan Doyle s first set of 12 stories called adventures comes is the second set of 11 stories called memoirs I don t know why when these stories follow the same attern and style as those adventures I read that these stories were originally ublished individually in 1894 in a British magazine Strand Maybe it was just the way of grouping these short stories Silver Blaze John Straker tries to drug the horse Silver Blaze so he can bet against him and win a lot of money to finance his mistress Holmes solves the case by checking the behavior of other animals in the barn Nothing remarkable here 2 starsThe Yellow Face Jack is black Effie Is White They Have Lucy Who Is white They have Lucy who is Jack dies and Effie marries John Effie hides Lucy because she is black to John No crime for Holmes to solve Looks like just a story on racism and not your typical Sherlock Holmes 2 starsThe Stock broker s Clerk Two brothers trying to fool a job applicant A story similar to the revious ones where an undesirable Principles of Isotope Geology person is eliminated so that the crime can be committed uite a good story to read even if there is no big action I liked this one 3 starsThe Gloria Scott This story seems not to follow the usual format a customer comes to Holmes and Watson they investigate there is a cover up they employ theower of deduction the crime is unfolded the situation is rectified In this story only the Ouroboros power of deduction is used and everything is flashback memory I liked the fact that there is variation in this collection and of course thelot is very interesting Gloria Scott here is the name of the ship 3 starsMusgrave Ritual Very interesting Hollendartida i Norge: 1550–1750 plot It also deviates from the usual Watson telling the story This is the story within the story frame tale where Holmes is the narrator recounting a story that happened before If I understood this correctly this is one of the first story where he used hisower of deduction and that incident is very interesting because of the oak 3 starsThe Raigate Puzzle A coachman William Kirwan is found dead murdered holding a iece of aper with some notes appearing on it Holmes an expert in handwriting deduces that those notes have been from two men The lot is tight and stimulates thinking Well told 3 starsThe Crooked Man Holmes asks Watson to get his opinion regarding the death of a man where the rime suspect is his wife The way the crime was ut in the open is not really new but maybe during that time it was so this should be okay 2 starsThe Resident Patient Doctor Trevelyan is offered by Blessington good lifestyle in exchange of the rofessional fees that the doctor gets from his Bauern In Mexiko: Zwischen Subsistenz Und Warenproduktion practice and by default Blessington becomes Trevelyan s residentatient Then when the doctor meets another atient the whole scheme becomes uestionable uite interesting for me 3 stars The Greek Interpreter This is where Holmes elder brother makes a debut appearance Mycroft also has those great observation skills and ower of deduction that Holmes has It s just that he does not have the energy so he Mycroft consult Holmes regarding his neighbor Mr Melas the Greek interpreter Melas is invited to translate a document but when he arrives in the house of his client he sees that the windows are Punainen metsä papere. Problem ID Numbers Open Library OLM Internet Archive TheMemoirsOfSherlockHolmes The Memoirs of Lord Thorval Wowpedia Your The Memoirs of Lord Thorval is a book found in the Scarlet Enclave written by the death knight of the same name Contents The Memoirs of Lord Thorval It has reached my attention that some new death knights may be troubled by memories of their former lives I entreat these restless minds to brood no longer as no one can be filled with loathing of hisrevious errors than I Yet in the The Memoirs of Catherine the great by catherine about the memoirs of Great by Catherine About The Memoirs of the Great Empress Catherine II brought Europe to Russia and Russia to Europe during her long and eventful reign She fostered the culture of the Enlightenment and greatly expanded the immense empire created by Czar Ivan the Terrible shifting the balance of ower in Europe eastward A Pilgrim's Testament The Memoirs of Saint His memoirs they hoped would inspire and guide Jesuits and other readers for years to come Barton Geger SJprovides a new introduction and original annotations for this edition of A Pilgrim’s Testament Geger includes fascinating notes that accompany this important text making the autobiography of Ignatius of Loyola accessible to al. D so the suspicion begins and the Honey, I Wrecked the Kids: When Yelling, Screaming, Threats, Bribes, Timeouts, Sticker Charts and Removing Privileges All Don't Work plot thickens I liked this one too 3 starsThe Naval Treaty An important naval treaty is found to be missing in the office of Mr Percy Phelps an old schoolmate of Watson The document is taken when he was out taking some coffee The story is a long one with each suspect and hisherossible motive is analyzed This one made me want to become a detective Very good analysis 4 starsThe Final Problem The story that introduces Holmes arch enemy and greatest opponent the criminal mastermind Professor Mortiarty The 2011 film Sherlock Holmes A Game of Shadows is based in art on this short story It ends with Holmes and Moriarty lummeting into the falls and Watson is shown writing the final sentences of The Final Problem on his typewriter Very engaging story and I can t wait to get a copy of the film so I can watch it myself What a nice way to end this collection 5 starsAt some A Spectre Is Haunting Texas point in my reading it became boring I noticed that some of the stories became formulaic I thought what s the use of completing the canon when the reading is no longer enjoyable and becoming a chore However the last two stories recapped the collection uite well So I am off to the third collection of his short stories called The Return of Sherlock Holmes Again I am not sure why these are grouped as return Did he rest from writing and came back byublishing these stories in series But that is not important the stories are nice to read Another series of the adventures of Sherlock Holmes as reported by his faithful biographer Dr Watson and it becomes clearer than ever that the real draw of these stories is the fascinating character of Holmes himself The mysteries are secondary to the enjoyment though many of them do Tilak Kathalu prove to have distinct elements of interest otherwise why would the great detective have bothered himself about them but it really is in observing the fascinating character of Holmes himself that the reader is immersed in them Indeed this collectionrovides a rare treat for the reader in that we learn about the detective and his early life and connections than has reviously been the case Thus it was that some of the most interesting stories here for me at least were those that hearkened back to Holmes youth and showed us the man he was and in which we can see the seeds of the man he would come to beThe first of these in this book is The Adventure of the Gloria Scott The rimary interest in this tale comes from the glimpse it gives us to Holmes first case though the following tale The Musgrave Ritual is really better classified as his first actual case since the Gloria Scott comes across as an intriguing mystery to which Holmes is largely a spectator and the impetus for his decision to become a detective We also get a glimpse at Holmes college days and of the only friend he made there and thus far in the stories the only friend at all that he seems to have ever had aside from Watson Finally this tale gives us a glimpse of a young Holmes still capable of emotion and surprise to the oint that he cries out in horror at certain circumstances that in later tales would have left little other than a wry smile and remark of interest on his lipsAs noted above The Musgrave Ritual rovides us with a look at what could The Why Cafe probably be considered Holmes first real case in which another University acuaintance of Holmes comes to him based on his youthful reputation with an apparently insolubleuzzle that revolves around the man s lothario butler and a bizarre family tradition Holmes of course breaks the case and takes no small relish in recounting the strange tale of an event done rematurely before my biographer had come to glorify me to his friend Watson The Greek Interpreter continues in our discovery of the details of the mysterious ast of Sherlock Holmes as we discover he actually does have a family and did not as might seem likely spring from the brow of Zeus full grown We in fact meet his older brother Mycroft a man even withdrawn from normal human society than his brother but who man even withdrawn from normal human society than his brother but who seems to Satisfying Mommy’s Pregnant Needs (A Psuedo-Incest, Mother-Son, Sleep Sex, Pregnancy, BDSM, Erotic Romance) possess even greater observationalowers a fact that leaves both Watson and the reader shocked to say the least It was indeed uite amusing to see the two siblings spar with each other each vying to outdo the other s seemingly gnomic observations upon two strangers viewed from a window and each gently chiding and correcting the other This scene nothing a game of one upmanship between brothers does an excellent job at both making Sherlock seem human at the same time that it exemplifies the eculiarity of his abilities and his subseuent estrangement from other normal eople I also wondered in Soul of Dust passing whether the germ for Nero Wolfe waslanted in the mind of Rex Stout upon reading Sherlock s comment about his brother If the art of the detective began and ended in reasoning from an arm chair my brother would be the greatest criminal agent that ever lived All that is needed is Archie Goodwin to do the foot work a brownstone in New York and we re off to the racesThe Memoirs even show a bizarrely Shadow Game puckish aspect to Holmesersonality when in the second to last tale The Naval Treaty Holmes ERIS: The Patsy (Warped Comedy Adventure Book 1) plays aractical joke for his own amusement at the expense of the nerves of his already rattled clientsomething strange indeed though erhaps not altogether out of character given Holmes obvious desire to showboat and his distinct streak of misanthropyOther tales in the volume that were of interest The Crooked Man which I found to be a rather affecting tale of retribution in the face of ersonal tragedy and The Yellow Face which at the same time that it displayed some suicky elements of racism and abandonment still managed to rise above them and display a story of ultimate familial devotion and Verräter der Magie personal loveOf course one can t leave off discussion of this volume without making mention of The Final Problem the story in which Holmes greatest adversary Moriarty the Napoleon of Crime is born Doyle had grown weary of theublic clamour for tales of his eerless sleuth and decided it was time to end it so that he could concentrate on other characters and stories Well as it turns out this was not to be but what resulted was an EXCITING TALE IN WHICH HOLMES FINDS HIMSELF PITTED AGAINST tale in which Holmes finds himself itted against greatest adversary of his voluminous career After months of laying cat and mouse with Moriarty and his insidious league of crime Holmes finally has gathered the ieces he needs to crush the vast criminal organization and its most dangerous leader Moriarty of course is not likely to take such a Night of the Wendigo possibility lying down and thus we have a final chase across London and Switzerland that ends in view spoileran off screen and thus retcon able death for both Holmes and his adversary hide spoiler Mr Fry is a genius of interpretation. 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