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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A Biographical Introduction

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Conan Doyle went on to pose the question: “Is Stevenson a classic? Well, it is a large word that. You mean by a classic a piece of work which passes into the permanent literature of the country. As a rule you only know your classics when they are in their graves. Who guessed it of Poe, and who of Borrow? The Roman Catholics only canonize their saints a century after their death. So with our classics. The choice lies with our grandchildren. But I can hardly think that healthy boys will ever let Stevenson’s books of adventure die” (Arthur Conan Doyle, Through the Magic Door [London: Smith, Elder and Co, 1907], pp. 269-70).

Arthur Conan Doyle KStJ, DL (1859–1930) was a Scottish writer and physician

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Sherlock Holmes made his first appearance in 'A Study of Scarlet', published in 'Beeton's Christmas Annual' in 1887. Its success encouraged Conan Doyle to write more stories involving Holmes but, in 1893, Conan Doyle killed off Holmes, hoping to concentrate on more serious writing. A public outcry later made him resurrect Holmes. In addition, Conan Doyle wrote a number of other novels, including 'The Lost World' and various non-fictional works. These included a pamphlet justifying Britain's involvement in the Boer War, for which he was knighted and histories of the Boer War and World War One, in which his son, brother and two of his nephews were killed. Conan Doyle also twice ran unsuccessfully for parliament. In later life he became very interested in spiritualism.

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There are some timeless characters in the history of English literature who not only stood the test time but became even more radiant over the centuries. The list of such magnificent characters includes detective Sherlock Holmes’ name, crafted by Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle. Sir Conan Doyle belonged to a Scottish family. Professionally he was a physician who later turned into a writer.

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Conan Doyle studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh. In the early 1880s he set up a practice, but his time was soon taken up with writing his detective stories. Besides working on his fiction, Conan Doyle was also a political campaigner and an active spiritualist. The author married Louisa Hawkins in 1885 and the couple had two children. After his wife’s death, Conan Doyle married Jean Elizabeth Leckie in 1907. They had three children. Conan Doyle was knighted in 1902.

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Doyle was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on May 22, 1859. He was raised in an austere and affluent Scottish household. The credit for developing Doyle’s creativity and vivid imagination goes to his mother as he professed once in his biography. His father was an alcoholic who couldn’t earn as much praise for his work of art as his son, though made a name for himself. It was his mother who took immense pleasure in recounting bizarre stories. Doyle spent a huge chunk of his childhood hearing these stories from his mother with great enthusiasm mutually shared.

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Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930) was a Scottish novelist. He is best known for his Sherlock Holmes stories, such as The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) and The Hound of the Baskervilles (1902). His fictional detective was based on Dr Joseph Bell (1837-1911) a professor at Edinburgh University (who both RLS and Conan Doyle knew).

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A prolific writer like Arthur Conan Doyle proved in himself in multifarious genres of writings. His genius was highlighted in his literary works which ranged from poetry, historical fiction, spiritual works, non-fictional writings to sci-fi and fantasy short stories.