The Standard Doyle Company: Christopher Morley on Sherlock Holmes

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THE STANDARD
DOYLE COMPANY

CHRISTOPHER
MORLEY
ON
SHERLOCK
HOLMES

EDITED, AND WITH AN INTRODUCTION,
BY STEVEN ROTHMAN


FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
NEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Essays 25
  • In Memoriam Sherlock Holmes 27
  • Was Sherlock Holmes an American? 37
  • Doctor Watson''s Secret 49
  • Watson À la Mode 57
  • An American Gentleman 63
  • Notes on Baker Street 68
  • Report from Baker Street 72
  • The Baker Street Irregulars of New York 74
  • A Southdown Christmas 77
  • Introductions 87
  • Foreword 89
  • A Letter from Roslyn Heights, New York 90
  • A Letter from Yoxley, Kent 91
  • Memorandum 95
  • Introduction 96
  • A Christmas Story without Slush 118
  • Introduction 124
  • Introduction 129
  • Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson 133
  • Topics for Discussion 135
  • Topics for Discussion 137
  • Topics for Discussion 139
  • Topics for Discussion 141
  • Topics for Discussion 143
  • A Guide to the Complete Sherlock Holmes 145
  • Note for Advanced Students 161
  • "The Bowling Green" 163
  • "Trade Winds" 197
  • Sherlock Holmes''s Prayer 210
  • Poems 211
  • Graduate Student 213
  • Sonnet on Baker Street 214
  • Sherlock Holmes''s Prayer 215
  • Elementary 216
  • God Rest Us Merry, Gentlemen 217
  • Cocaine Bottle 218
  • As Brown as Nut and Thin as Lath 219
  • Baker Street Exercise 220
  • Te Deum Laudanum 221
  • When Influential Domes 222
  • The New Housemaid (Christmas 1894) 223
  • Pour Prendre Conger 224
  • Morning after 225
  • Analysis by Percy Trevelyan, M.D 226
  • Baker Street 1952 (Contributed by a Postcard Tourist) 227
  • Vingenzio from Chris 228
  • Fragments and Fugitives 229
  • "Errata" 231
  • The Mycroft Magic Square 232
  • A Letter to David A. Randall 235
  • Mycrostic 236
  • A Footnote on Dressing Gowns 238
  • Mr. Eliot''s Egholalia 239
  • On Belonging to Clubs 240
  • Great and Little Snoring 241
  • Sherlockian Stamps 242
  • Possible Osmosis 243
  • "Untitled Letter to the Times" 244
  • Random Literary Notes 245
  • Keats at King''s Pyland? 246
  • Canon-Fodder? 247
  • "Clinical Notes by a Resident Patient" 249
  • Fictions 401
  • A Scandal in Bohemia (Adapted from the Sacred Writings as a New Year''s Eve Pastime) 403
  • The Adventure of the F.W.L 419
  • Codeine (7 per Cent) 422
  • Works Cited 427
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