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Sherlock Holmes: Another Bow (1985)

Posted at 00:00 on April 22nd, 2002 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Whole generations have been entertained and thrilled by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's most popular character by now. 221b Baker Street has been turned into the museum of a person which never lived there and even never existed! And only because of the random (?) choice of an author who had no idea what he had just created. In fact, the character Sherlock Holmes is so well known that many people actually believe he is a historical character!


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Posted at 07:38 on June 25th, 2017 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Title: Sherlock Holmes: Another Bow
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Language: English
Disks: 3.5" DD (720kB) x 1
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Posted at 07:39 on June 25th, 2017 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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ID: 2160
Title: Sherlock Holmes: Another Bow
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Language: English
Disks: 3.5" DD (720kB) x 1
Protection: ?
Format: Raw (.IMG)
Status: Cracked

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Posted at 04:02 on March 26th, 2022 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Sherlock Holmes is one of those literary figures which has transcended its original source material. At the time of rationalism, his logical deduction techniques struck such a nerve with the audience that his creator, Arthur Conan Doyle, was forced to resurrect his by that point hated and buried character. The fascination with the theory that everything can be figured out by just applying careful observation and reasoning still resonates today, even though the public image of the legendary detective is nowadays mostly fed by secondary material created by others.


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