Unknown facts about Arthur Conan Doyle
• Unknown facts about Arthur Conan Doyle
Our school program in literature killed in all of human writers. From the biography we could only find out about when this or that great poet was born, where he studied when he married, and why he died. But about what living writers, what were their hobbies, or even strange - we are not told. Although, in our opinion, many of the facts known creators deserve special attention. For example, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle - quite seriously believed in fairies and ghosts. Want to know more? Read!
The writer is seriously keen on many sports, great game of billiards. In addition, he was the first tester moped. Was a member of the writing team for the game of cricket is very strange for the English title "Allahakbarries". Fond of ski jumping. Generally, the physical form of the writer deserves respect and even envy.
It would seem that love of sports he was to kill all of the spot Men's beginnings in the nature of the creator of Sherlock Holmes. But here's contemporaries, on the contrary, argued that Arthur Conan Doyle treated people with a diplomatic turn of mind, very courteously treated women and was quite reserved and polite.
Passion for detectives from the young Arthur came after reading the works of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Golden Beetle". But in addition, a certain mark on his fate imposed numerous writers, with whom I was acquainted grandfather Arthur Conan Doyle.
Sherlock Holmes there was an ulterior motive. He inspired to write detective Conan Doyle's doctor, who worked in the royal hospital named Joseph Bell. He had a fantastic feature to make inferences based on the small and seemingly insignificant details.
The writer is actually involved in the investigation of crimes. Thus, partial credit creation in the UK Court of Appeal - that's it. Having learned about the case of "Edaldzhi," Man, who was convicted for the murder of another's livestock, the detective began to look for evidence of his innocence and the case was reviewed.
In addition, in the novels about Holmes, it has been described forensics methods not previously used by the police. So criminology essentially owes us this famous writer.
After the death of Arthur Conan Doyle on his tombstone was engraved the motto of the knights: "Steel True, Blade Straight", which means "faithful as steel, just like a blade."