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The Schooldays of Sherlock

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The Schooldays of Sherlock is a Sherlockian pastiche written in Pitman's shorthand by Oliver McEwan serialized in his magazine The Young Phonographer from march to december 1894.

In the february 1894 issue of the The Young Phonographer, Oliver McEwan announced that he would published The Schooldays of Sherlock Holmes in the next issue. Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a letter to McEwan to protest against the use of the name "Sherlock Holmes". McEwan published the Conan Doyle letter with a reply in his march 1894 issue. McEwan decided to remove "Holmes" from the title resulting to "The Schooldays of Sherlock".



The Schooldays of Sherlock

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