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Sunday, November 27, 2005

The Game's Afoot

In another overview of the resurgence in the popularity of Sherlock Holmes, Ludovic Hunter-Tilney asks: "...why does an archetypal late-Victorian popular fiction moulded by its age’s preoccupations and prejudices - empire, social Darwinism, bohemianism, racial identity, urban disorder - linger on so powerfully in our imagination?"


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