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A Conan Doyle Novel Plagiarized

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A Conan Doyle Novel Plagiarized is an article published in The Times on 12 march 1929.


A Conan Doyle Novel Plagiarized

The Times (12 march 1929, p. 15)

(From our correspondent.)

Brussels, March 11.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has obtained judgment in an action for damages against an Antwerp journal for having published a novel which Sir Arthur alleged to have been plagiarized from one of his works. The newspaper has been ordered to pay a fine of 1.000£. The writer of the novel to which exception was taken is Frank, the man who was charged with the forgery of the Utrecht documents.






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