Abbreviation: STUD (J. F. Christ, 1947)
Word length: 43,483 (C. E. Lauterbach, 1960)
First published: Beeton's Christmas Annual 1887; Book edition from Ward, Lock & Co., 1888; first American edition, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1890.
- Why do you think Holmes is eager to have Watson as a companion?
- How does Watson’s military background qualify him to be Holmes’ partner?
- What roles do Gregson and Lestrade play at the Lauriston Gardens crime scene?
- Are the political views expressed in the London newspapers regarding the murder pertinent to the plot?
- What similarities and differences does Lucy Ferrier have with the other characters in the story?
- Is Mormonism an important attribute of the characters? Could they belong to any faith?
- How are women represented in the story?
- To what extent are Jefferson Hope’s actions justified?
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