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Accueil » Toutes les news » 20 récits de Bertram Fletcher Robinson
par
Thierry Saint-Joanis
20 récits de Bertram Fletcher Robinson
Twenty Original Tales By Bertram Fletcher Robinson
Février 27, 2009
PUBLICATION

Paul Spiring publie un recueil de vingt récits signés par Bertram Fletcher Robinson, l'ami de Conan Doyle.



Aside Arthur Conan Doyle: Twenty Original Tales By Bertram Fletcher Robinson


Le dernier livre de Paul Spiring est un recueil de vingt récits signés par Bertram Fletcher Robinson, l'ami de Conan Doyle.
Un grand format (A4) et 230 pages avec essentiellement les fac-simile des pages des magazines où ces récits ont été publiés pour la première fois, avec les illustrations originales, le tout enrichi de notes, de commentaires et d'une bibliographie.
Je ne sais pas si ces récits ont jamais été traduits et publiés en France à ce jour. Cet ouvrage pourrait donner des idées. En attendant, voilà une bonne façon de découvrir l'oeuvre de celui qui participa à la naissance du plus fameux roman de Sir Arthur, Le Chien des Baskerville.


Prix : £12.99 (mais on le trouve moins cher sur amazon)
Le meilleur prix ici

Aside Arthur Conan Doyle: Twenty Original Tales By Bertram Fletcher Robinson


Aside Arthur Conan Doyle is a collection of twenty original short stories by the twentieth Century Editor and Journalist, Bertram Fletcher Robinson (1870-1907). He is perhaps best remembered for assisting Arthur Conan Doyle with the story, The Hound of the Baskervilles (1901). Thereafter, Fletcher Robinson wrote fifty-four stories before his tragically early death. Throughout this period, Conan Doyle and Fletcher Robinson remained close friends and each man appears to have influenced the other mans work. This book was written as a tribute to the special friendship between Fletcher Robinson and Conan Doyle; a friendship that enriched British literary history.
During 1900, Robinson and Conan Doyle ‘cemented their friendship’. Less than seven years later, Robinson died aged just thirty-six years. Between 1900 and 1907, Robinson made contributions to two Sherlock Holmes stories and he frequently wrote in high praise of Conan Doyle. During that same period, Conan Doyle’s name featured in endorsements to stories that were written by Robinson. In 1951, both Robinson and Conan Doyle were listed in Queen's Quorum: A History of the Detective-Crime Short Story as Revealed by the 106 Most Important Books Published in this Field Since 1845.
In 1929, Arthur Conan Doyle lamented that Robinson's premature death was 'a loss to the world'. Aside Arthur Conan Doyle is a tribute to their friendship and its impact upon British literary history.

GBP £12.99 - MX Publishing price £9.99


 

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