A Sign of Respect: Holmes and Watson

JULY / AUG 2013: BY CARISSA HORTON “Upon my word, Watson!” said Holmes at last with an unsteady voice, “I owe you both my thanks and an apology. It was an unjustifiable experiment even for one’s self, and doubly so for a friend. I am really very sorry.” “You know,” I answered with some emotion,... Continue Reading →

Creating the Myth of Holmes

NOV / DEC 2011: BY KATHARINE TAYLOR A tall, dark-haired man with a thin, prominent nose sits sunk in an easy chair gazing intently over his steepled fingers. Who is this man? It’s Sherlock Holmes, and if you happen to notice a plaid cape and a deerstalker cap hanging by the door, you should have... Continue Reading →

The Master of Deduction

NOV / DEC 2011: BY ELLA G. For the majority of us. the joys in situations are found at their resolution. We are happy when the game is won, the victory decided. But for a precious few, the hunt is more rewarding than catching the prey. The scent of the chase enthralls, and tracking movements... Continue Reading →

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