- Sherlock Holmes Stories
- First Day of Class Observations about Holmes stories
- The White Company - Essay Abstract
- The White Company - Essay
- New York Times Article on Sherlock Holmes
- Sherlock Holmes Pictures
- Although Holmes is credited with amazing deductive powers, the stories reveal he uses both deductive and inductive reasoning. References to Holmes's powers of deduction may be rooted in a general sense of the term--to reach a conclusion by reasoning--rather than its meaning within the context of formal logic.
- Poe's "The Murders
in the Rue Morgue"
- Play close attention to the first three/four paragraphs, although reading the entire story is rewarding for a study of the Holmes stories. You will also find "The Purloined Letter" relevant and enjoyable.
- The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Nicholas Meyer
- Radical Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformations of Original Works, Frus and Williams
- Arthur Conan Doyle, Jacqueline Jaffe
- The Complete Sherlock Holmes Collection (Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce)
- Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Season 1 (Episode: "Art," 10/7/2001)
- CBS - Elementary (Watch Online. Episode: "Flight Risk," 11/8/12)
- BBC Sherlock, Season 1
- BBC Sherlock, Season 2 (A Scandal in Belgravia)
- House, M.D., Season 1 (Pilot episode)
- Guide to the series (Note: This site has commercial interests, but the information is helpful and sound.)