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Dr. John H. Watson at Netley

Elliot Kimball

Dr. John H. Watson at Netley

by Elliot Kimball

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Published by [s.n.] in [S.l.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watson, John H. (Fictitious character)

  • Edition Notes

    Library copy inscribed by the author to Anthony Boucher, June 1962.

    StatementElliot Kimball.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23014838M

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After Army medical training at Netley, Watson became an Assistant Surgeon attached to the Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers in India. John H. Watson, M.D., known as Dr. Watson, is a character in the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan is Sherlock Holmes's friend, assistant and sometimes flatmate, and is the first person narrator of all but four stories in the Sherlock Holmes canon.

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Watson é um personagem de ficção, biógrafo e companheiro nos casos de Sherlock Holmes, o famoso detetive do século XIX criado pelo escritor britânico Sr. Arthur Conan Doyle. Diversas fontes informam a data de nascimento de Watson como sendo o 7 de Julho [1] de Amigo, associado, assistente, biógrafo e cronista de Sherlock Holmes.

É graças aos Alma mater: Universidade de Londres. Watson, in full Dr. John H. Watson, fictional English physician who is Sherlock Holmes’s devoted friend and associate in a series of detective stories and novels by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Watson, born inhas served as an army surgeon in India, where he was wounded during the second Afghan War, and has returned to England in impaired health. Assuming that Dr Watson would join his fellow troops in earlythere is no mention of his participation in any military actions until he “served at the fatal battle of Maiwand.” Elliott Kimball, author of Dr John H Watson At Netley, theorizes that Watson began his studies at Netley in October and finished them in March of Face Claim: Jude Law as Dr.

John Watson Title: Doctor/M.D. Full Name: John H. Watson (it is unknown what the "H" stands for- probably Hamish) Age: Mid to late twenties Gender: Male Appearance: Watson stands at about six feet tall and is roughly average weight.

If anything, he's slightly underweight. Watson's hairline is receeding slightly and he has mousy-colored brown. This illustrated hardcover book, complete with Victorian era illustrations, contains an original novella in the form of a letter from Dr.

John H. Watson. As our story opens, we discover that the legendary detective Sherlock Holmes has vanished - and to make matters worse, his good friend Dr. Watson has been framed for a grisly and terrifying /5(K). The blog of Dr. John H. Watson. Follow John Watson's adventures with Sherlock Holmes after his return from Afghanistan, his first meeting with Sherlock via Mike Stamford and moving into Mrs Hudson's b Baker Street address in this fictional blog.

The blog of Dr. John H. Watson A character in BBC One drama, Sherlock, Dr John Watson writes a blog after his return from Afghanistan John Watson is no longer updating this blog. For the latest Sherlock content on the BBC go to the Sherlock programme website 15th December Pointless Nothing happens to me.

John H. Watson, M.D. — otherwise known as Dr. Watson — is the loyal companion of detective Sherlock Holmes and the narrator of nearly all the Holmes stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

Watson debuts in A Study in Scarlet, the first Sherlock Holmes story (published in ).He joins Holmes in his bachelor lodgings at b Baker Street in London and. The Personal Blog of Dr. John H. Watson. K likes. The complete record of all cases taken and completed by Sherlock Holmes of B Baker Street, as Followers: K.

John H. Watson, known as Dr. Watson, is a fictional character in the Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan is Sherlock Holmes' friend, assistant and sometime flatmate, and the first person narrator of all but four of these stories.

He is described as a typical Victorian-era gentleman, unlike the more eccentric Holmes. He is astute, although he fails to match his. This unusual approach is the basis for Ryan's 4th book in the series featuring the World War 1 experiences of Doctor John Watson, chronicler of Sherlock Holmes.

In a superb mystery/thriller, Robert Ryan casts light on the suffering of British soldiers wounded in World War /5. Origin. Little is known about Watson's early life. He was born and raised in England, probably in or around London, and attended medical school at the University of London, graduating in In the guise of John H.

Watson, Smith was able to cloak the true workings of the Holmes agency in a semi-fictional disguise. C Kimball, Elliot.

John H. Watson at Netley. [New York: Magico Magazine, n.d., ] 8 p. Reprint of privately printed edition, (DA). Review: BSM, No. 42 (Summer ), (Howard Brody). C Dr John Watson Netley Hospital even went into the fictional history books for training Doctor John Watson, the friend and partner of Victorian detective Sherlock Holmes.

These references can be read in the first book by the author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle which was A Study In Scarlet. Arthur Conan Doyle's Study in Scarlet is the first published story involving the legendary Sherlock Holmes, arguably the world's best-known detective, and the first narrative by Holmes's Boswell, the unassuming Dr.

Watson, a military surgeon lately returned from the Afghan War. Watson needs a flat-mate and a diversion. Holmes needs a foil. And thus a great literary collaboration /5(). The Boxes of John H.

Watson MD. likes. These tales from the tin boxes left by Dr. John Watson have been discovered and edited by Hugh Ashton, and published by j-views PublishingFollowers: Since I have the book A Study in Scarlett open in front of me, I can repeat all it explains about Watson.

His full name was John H. Watson. Inhe got his degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London. Then, after going to Netley t."Review--From Netley to Maiwand: An Account of the Army Career of Dr. John H. Watson MD by Dr. Tim Healey." The Ritual, no.

27 (): 4. Berdan, Marshall S. "The Signs of the Two: What Chinese Astrology Tells us About the Characters of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson, With Some Observations on the Dynamics of Their Binomial Relationship.".