Studies in Scarlet
Edited by David L. Hammer

The collection of musings in this volume were contributed in 1988 - the centennial of the publication of A Study in Scarlet; the novel in which Sherlock Holmes was introduced to the world. There has rarely, if ever, been a collection of insightful examinations of a canonical work, and/or event, such as contained in this volume! Sherlockian legends such as Michael Harrison, Michael Hardwick, John Bennett Shaw, Kiyoshi Tanaka, Philip Schreffler, John Lellenberg, and even David Hammer, himself, as well as others, delve into the nature of this landmark publication and the effect the introduction of the character, Sherlock Holmes, had on the subsequent course of human events. In Mr. Lellenberg's chapter entitled, "The Original MSS," the author even includes some reproductions of Doyle's original manuscripts complete with some very interesting editorial changes inserted by Sir Arthur, himself. 195 pages, soft cover, perfect binding, many pictures and graphics
The Gasogene Press, Dubuque, Iowa (1989)
Soft Cover 199 pages
ISBN-10: 0-938501-07-0  @ $20.00

Other Books by David Hammer


Publications by David Hammer from The Gasogene Press, Dubuque, Iowa


Other Publications from The Gasogene Press, Dubuque, Iowa