SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE AND HIS BOOKS ABOUT SHERLOCK HOLMES, doyle , …
SIR ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE AND HIS BOOKS ABOUT SHERLOCK HOLMES
He was born in 1859 on 22nd May
In Ediburgh, Scotland
He died on 7th July in 1930 for a heart attack
In his country hause
He was made baronet in 1902, because he was very famous in UK as a writer.
In 1887 Doyle wrote his first book of Sherlock Holmes: A Study in Scarlet.
And after he wrote 56 books about Sherlock
From these books has been made a lot of films and TV series very amusing
He invented the deductive detectiv novel. Sherlock deduced lots of information from small details and used forensic science
In London is very famous the house where Sherlock lived and where he had his "HQ" (headquarter): 221B Backer Street, where nowadays it is visited by many tourist
“Elementary, Watson!” is a Sherlock phrase still vary famous today
Sherlock became so famous that his author began to hate him, bacause his detective was more famous then his author
So Doyle decided to "kill" his character in the novel "The final Problem"
But the fans were shocked, so Doyle in 1902 wrote a new novel called " the Hound of the Baskervilles" where Sherlock was resuscitated
From 1876 by 1881 Arthur studied medicine
He wrote fantastic novel like "The Mummy", or "The lost world" about a world with dinosaurs. He wrote also historical novel like "The great Boer war" in 1900.