Le Monde Moderne
From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia
Le Monde Moderne (The Modern World) was a French monthly magazine founded in january 1895 and closed in july 1908. It was based in Paris at Albert Quantin (5 rue Saint-Benoît, 75006 Paris). In 1902, the magazine become bi-monthly. Around 1904, because of shareholders difficulties, Quantin sold the magazine to Félix Juven and the magazine will be renamed "Revue de la famille" in 1908.
Between 1902 and 1906, the magazine published 6 short stories written by Arthur Conan Doyle.
By Conan Doyle in Le Monde Moderne
- 08.1902 (No. 96) : L'Escarboucle bleue (no ill., translated by P. O.) The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle
- 04.1903 (No. 104) : L'Homme à la lèvre retroussée (no ill., translated by F. O.) The Man with the Twisted Lip
- 06.1904 (No. 118) : Le Commis de l'agent de change (ill. by Maurice Dulac, translated by P. O.) The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk
- 10.01.1906 (new series No. 3) : Forbans et pirates : Le Capitaine Sharkey (ill. by Maurice de Lambert, translated by Henry Evie) The Governor of St. Kitt's
- 10.01.1906 (new series No. 3) : Le Drapeau vert (ill. by Maurice de Lambert, translated by Henry Evie) The Green Flag