Sherlockian.Net: A Case of Identity
Mary Sutherland: proof that love is truly blind. Hosmer Angel: should have gotten the thrashing he deserved.
(J. F. Christ, 1947): IDEN
(C. E. Lauterbach, 1960): 7,030
, September 1891
Text available on-line
Links of interest
Story file from the Nashville Scholars
Story summary from McMurdo's Camp
Annotations by Rod Mollise
Annotations from San Jose State University
Typewriters and 'A Case of Identity Fraud'
Comparison with Twin Peaks
The Virtual Typewriter Museum
Redmond's Delicate Question
It has been observed that in this case the Angel proves to be a devil. If one assumes that many of the names quoted by Watson are pseudonyms, can one read anything into such a curious choice in this case, and are there examples of names in other tales that are equally incongruous?
"The View Halloa", by Rosemary Michaud
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