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By Sam Naidu

This booklet of interdisciplinary essays serves to situate the unique Sherlock Holmes, and his numerous diversifications, in a modern cultural context. This assortment is caused through 3 major and similar questions: to begin with, why is Sherlock Holmes such an everlasting and ubiquitous cultural icon; secondly, why is it that Sherlock Holmes, approximately one hundred thirty years after his start, is having fun with this type of outstanding renaissance; and, thirdly, what kind of groups, imagined or differently, have arisen round this determine because the latest resurrections of Sherlock Holmes by way of well known media?  protecting a variety of media and genres (TV, movie, literature, theatre) and scholarly methods, this complete assortment bargains cogent solutions to those questions.

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