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REVIEW » Sherlock Holmes CHARACTERS æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur Conan Doyle ☆ 9 REVIEW E Adventures of Sherlock Holmes The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes The Return of Sherlock Holmes His Last Bow Additional Fan ResourcesAlso included are special features for any Holmes enthusiast including A list of films and television series starring the character Sherlock Holmes A Reading Guide to additional books about Sherlock Holmes by other authors Links to free full length audio recordings of all the novels and short stories in this collecti. Even though I marked this as finished I ll be honest I stopped about 20% in These tales are of course classics and Sherlock Holmes deserves his position as the most famous detective of all crime fiction But I stopped reading for one reason I discovered I do not like Sherlock Holmes At all It s not even his dryness that bothers me It s his incredible condensation toward everyone especially Watson who is not the bumbling idiot that many of the films and TV series make him out to be he just has a different approach to a crime He is also a misogynist It s not that he doesn t trust women not even the best of them It s that he hates them period Think about it who but a misogynist would take a man who is married especially a newlywed into his adventures without even a mention of the wife and a total disregard for his Watson s in this case domestic life I also found most of the stories uite frankly a little simplistic I ll take the humane and colorful Hercule Poirot thank you very much4 stars because it s Sherlock Holmes and you can t give Holmes less than 4 stars can you Teaching for Joy and Justice position as the most famous detective of all crime fiction But I stopped reading for one reason I discovered I do not like Sherlock Holmes At all It s not even his dryness that bothers me It s his incredible condensation toward everyone especially Watson who is not the bumbling idiot that many of the films and TV series make him out to be he just has a different approach to a crime He is also a misogynist It s not that he doesn t trust women not even the best of them It s that he hates them Heart of Ash Blood and Salt #2 period Think about it who but a misogynist would take a man who is married especially a newlywed into his adventures without even a mention of the wife and a total disregard for his Watson s in this case domestic life I also found most of the stories uite frankly a little simplistic I ll take the humane and colorful Hercule Poirot thank you very much4 stars because it s Sherlock Holmes and you can t give Holmes less than 4 stars can you

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REVIEW » Sherlock Holmes CHARACTERS æ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Arthur Conan Doyle Arthur Conan Doyle ☆ 9 REVIEW Ndividual active Table of Contents for each book accessible from the Kindle go to feature Perfect formatting in rich text compatible with Kindle's Text to Speech features A low can't say no price Forty Eight Complete WorksFour novels and forty four short stories starring Sherlock Holmes in order and unabridged Books includedNovels A Study in Scarlet The Sign of the Four The Hound of the Baskervilles The Valley of Fear Short Story Collections Th. Interesting for historical insightI haven t finished the entire collection but I do have some insights that I need to jot down for myself The stories showcase misogyny well beyond the lack of legal status and rights accorded women at the time The working class characters are props and when occasionally one is fully developed Doyle drops them off the page as if he doesn t know what to do with them The non English European if lacking a million pounds a crown a title or Scotland Yard level authority detective doesn t exist It s not as bad as American science fiction with regards to non Americans but it s very close Across hundreds of pages there are four non whites mentioned One is an opium den bouncer three are Sikh soldiers in a military prison So the racism uotient is not surprisingly very very high Doyle much like his Holmes and the lovable Dr Watson are sociopaths That s just my opinion Please no hate comments It won t change my feelings and it wouldn t reflect well on the senderI first read the Holmes stories as a teenager and looking at it now it s much different I m trying to avoid comparisons to other writers but Charlie N Holmberg and the Magician books remind me of the Holmes universe I m going to have to re read Agatha Christie and see how that bounces around in my headI don t remember the stories that deal with Americans The one with the Mormons was shocking to me in the detail that he used in the description of Mormon lifestyle He seems to use less when describing the British experience and it makes sense since his readers would easily fill in the entire background of a story from a key few sentencesThe story about the KKK caught me by surprise While he throws in detail he doesn t make a moral judgement about their agenda He simply is concerned that they behave as a criminal organization and I get the impression that if the KKK members had been southern senators neither Holmes nor Doyle would have been concerned Of course then they would not have killed anyone directly but he doesn t seem to realize that their agents were financed and protected by the same kind of people Holmes would go after who ordered a murder or theft in LondonIt s not surprising as I thought about it that Europeans might know that the founder was confederate General Nathan Forrest They were a domestic terrorist organization but Holmes is only concerned with their white victims and that was surprising That he would devote so much energy to track down the murderer of former members surprised me I would have expected his attitude to be that some people have earned the right to be murdered Instead he s upset that whites with influence are intimidated by these guys as if any white with influence in the South carpet bagger or not clashed with their agenda That s a total misunderstanding of the purpose organization and funding of these creeps I remember reading that Woodrow Wilson that forward thinking visionary president was a Klan member Washington DC hosted a national celebration of the Klan parade included around the time of the first World War This is a constant theme in the stories He doesn t seek justice only to solve puzzles He pursues murderers who have finally balanced the scales of justice in a system that doesn t seek justice only bodies for the hangman to reassure the proper sort that they are safe It bothered me when I was younger even though I focused on the puzzles but it jumped off the page this go round The roles rights and importance of women has changed since the stories were written but only as regards women of the right sort Holmes considers some males despicable but then having solved the puzzle puts the women s situations out of mindHe consistently writes women willingly following their kidnappers because they are too stupid to flag down a bobbie A Greek heiress allows two low lifes to drag her onto a liner for London later drag her to the Mainland and then to a Balkan capital before she apparently kills them She only does it because they killed her brother in front of her It may be an accurate reflection of women at the time but it s still insane Holmes bounced around Europe all the time but not to rescue her I was never thrilled by Sherlock s personality but I despise him now I ll read the stories and may though I doubt it re read some again for the puzzles Most are really too gross to enjoy because of his treatment of women regardless of class his special contempt for women not of the right class his contempt basically for any male without a title a crown or high level government position even the bankers are mocked His writing isn t that great but some of the adventures are The characters aren t as alive as those of Zen DiPietro or Ann Christy or Elizabeth Moon His characters are just bland but Sherlock is a son of Scottish nobility so that makes a difference maybe I won t bother with his other series Brief an den Vater price Forty Eight Complete WorksFour novels and forty four short stories starring Sherlock Holmes in order and unabridged Books includedNovels A Study in Scarlet The Sign of the Four The Hound of the Baskervilles The Valley of Fear Short Story Collections Th. Interesting for historical insightI haven t finished the entire collection but I do have some insights that I need to jot down for myself The stories showcase misogyny well beyond the lack of legal status and rights accorded women at the time The working class characters are Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen props and when occasionally one is fully developed Doyle drops them off the Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges page as if he doesn t know what to do with them The non English European if lacking a million In guten Kreisen pounds a crown a title or Scotland Yard level authority detective doesn t exist It s not as bad as American science fiction with regards to non Americans but it s very close Across hundreds of Serafina and the Black Cloak pages there are four non whites mentioned One is an opium den bouncer three are Sikh soldiers in a military Artemis Fowl prison So the racism uotient is not surprisingly very very high Doyle much like his Holmes and the lovable Dr Watson are sociopaths That s just my opinion Please no hate comments It won t change my feelings and it wouldn t reflect well on the senderI first read the Holmes stories as a teenager and looking at it now it s much different I m trying to avoid comparisons to other writers but Charlie N Holmberg and the Magician books remind me of the Holmes universe I m going to have to re read Agatha Christie and see how that bounces around in my headI don t remember the stories that deal with Americans The one with the Mormons was shocking to me in the detail that he used in the description of Mormon lifestyle He seems to use less when describing the British experience and it makes sense since his readers would easily fill in the entire background of a story from a key few sentencesThe story about the KKK caught me by surprise While he throws in detail he doesn t make a moral judgement about their agenda He simply is concerned that they behave as a criminal organization and I get the impression that if the KKK members had been southern senators neither Holmes nor Doyle would have been concerned Of course then they would not have killed anyone directly but he doesn t seem to realize that their agents were financed and La esfinge maragata protected by the same kind of The Inklings CS Lewis JRR Tolkien Charles Williams and Their Friends people Holmes would go after who ordered a murder or theft in LondonIt s not surprising as I thought about it that Europeans might know that the founder was confederate General Nathan Forrest They were a domestic terrorist organization but Holmes is only concerned with their white victims and that was surprising That he would devote so much energy to track down the murderer of former members surprised me I would have expected his attitude to be that some The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig people have earned the right to be murdered Instead he s upset that whites with influence are intimidated by these guys as if any white with influence in the South carpet bagger or not clashed with their agenda That s a total misunderstanding of the Spectrum 21 purpose organization and funding of these creeps I remember reading that Woodrow Wilson that forward thinking visionary Zanboomer president was a Klan member Washington DC hosted a national celebration of the Klan Vögeln ist schön parade included around the time of the first World War This is a constant theme in the stories He doesn t seek justice only to solve The Relativity of Wrong puzzles He Die Dämonenbraut pursues murderers who have finally balanced the scales of justice in a system that doesn t seek justice only bodies for the hangman to reassure the Apt Pupil proper sort that they are safe It bothered me when I was younger even though I focused on the Muffy the Demon Slayer puzzles but it jumped off the Pinstripe Empire page this go round The roles rights and importance of women has changed since the stories were written but only as regards women of the right sort Holmes considers some males despicable but then having solved the Rastafari puzzle Saphirblau puts the women s situations out of mindHe consistently writes women willingly following their kidnappers because they are too stupid to flag down a bobbie A Greek heiress allows two low lifes to drag her onto a liner for London later drag her to the Mainland and then to a Balkan capital before she apparently kills them She only does it because they killed her brother in front of her It may be an accurate reflection of women at the time but it s still insane Holmes bounced around Europe all the time but not to rescue her I was never thrilled by Sherlock s Chancy and the Grand Rascal personality but I despise him now I ll read the stories and may though I doubt it re read some again for the Anna hambad puzzles Most are really too gross to enjoy because of his treatment of women regardless of class his special contempt for women not of the right class his contempt basically for any male without a title a crown or high level government Under Western Eyes position even the bankers are mocked His writing isn t that great but some of the adventures are The characters aren t as alive as those of Zen DiPietro or Ann Christy or Elizabeth Moon His characters are just bland but Sherlock is a son of Scottish nobility so that makes a difference maybe I won t bother with his other series


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