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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle:Professor Challenger

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Conan Doyle disguised as Professor Challenger for The Strand Magazine (april 1912)

The Professor George Edward Challenger, a British scientific, is a recurrent character created by Arthur Conan Doyle appearing in 2 short stories and 3 novels of science-fiction. The stories have been serialized in The Strand Magazine between april 1912 and january 1929, and collected in book after the last episode.

Conan Doyle stories


Short stories


Year : Title : Challenger performer