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community for readers. Uno studio in rosso è il primo romanzo di Sir Arthur Conan Doyl I read it as a Project Gutenburg eBook. Some of the stories are. Free Shipping on orders over $ Buy Sherlock Holmes: Uno studio in rosso - eBook at myavr.info Pubblicato nel , Uno studio in rosso è il primo romanzo (di quattro) in cui compare a tutto tondo il personaggio di Sherlock Holmes. Affiancato dal medico.

A False Start: I know from Russell Miller's biography that this funny story is based on Conan Doyle's own mishaps in setting up his first practice and hoping that patients will show up. The first one to knock on the door turns out not to be a patient at all, but a bill collector The Curse of Eve: Which is painful childbirth.

This story observes an ordinary man whose wife is having a baby.

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It is less grim than "A Straggler of '15" but still, I think, avoids sentimentality though somewhat narrowly at points. Another story about aging -- this one distinctly sentimental. A Physiologist's Wife: This story isn't about practicing medicine, but about the personality of one of its characters, a medical researcher.

He is excessively scientific about everything, which is played for laughs but is also his fatal flaw, as the story is about his romance. The Case of Lady Sannox: A crime story in which one of the parties is a doctor. This one has another gruesome passage which people who skipped "His First Operation" should also avoid.

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A Question of Diplomacy: Wherein a diplomat's wife enacts a sneaky plan with the unwitting assistance of the family's doctor. This story is funny, but a bit irritating in light of Conan Doyle's views on women's suffrage -- it reads as a smug confirmation that men use their brains for national politics and women use their equally good brains for family politics, and that's all for the best.

A Medical Document: Not a story but a series of anecdotes structured as a conversation among doctors, with some commentary on how medical shop talk can be very interesting.

Lot No. I hated this story but wouldn't be surprised to know it was the most popular of the collection.

It's not medical at all; the protagonist is a medical student, but that doesn't really matter, as he doesn't use much medical skill in discovering that one of his fellow students an Orientalist, of course is using evil "Eastern" magic on his sinister collection of "Eastern" artifacts. The Los Amigos Fiasco: Weakly amusing, but again not a medical story -- it's just bad science fiction.

The doctor in a town in the U. West narrates the discovery that more electricity is not necessarily more effective. Generally I would agree with this principle, but in this case the use of the electricity is in an electric chair execution The Doctors of Hoyland: The new doctor of Hoyland is -- a woman!!

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This is the story of how the original doctor of Hoyland got over his disapproval. It is very funny at the sexist doctor's expense, but careful reading indicates certain limits on the acceptability of women doctors. The Surgeon Talks: Some final thoughts on what doctors learn about human nature. Quattro racconti di Arthur Conan Doyle, senza Sherlock Holmes, e tutt'altro che investigativi o "polizieschi".

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Quattro racconti sulla grande passione di Conan Doyle, la medicina. Le storie di uomini che cercano di rimanere se stessi e troppe volte vengono investiti dagli eventi esterni. A quanto pare. Jan 17, Herman Gigglethorpe rated it liked it Shelves: The Valancourt Books summary for this book suggests that these stories are macabre thrillers, but that's not really true. Most aren't memorable, but there are a few that stand out. The professor's attempts at "compliments" end up like this: Doyle's views on gender don't seem to match the annoying professor's, even if they would fall short of today's standards.

A similar sort of man in "The Doctors of Hoyland" is mocked with the following quote by the narrator: The female Dr. There's some humor about Gothic and other melodramatic literature in "A Medical Document".

The Homo Gothicus species of human was already facing extinction by this time, as you'll see in the following quotes: People when they are over-excited in novels fall down in a fit. In a fairly large experience I have never known anyone do so in real life". Round the Red Lamp The funny part occurs when the hero is threatening to kill the sneering Egyptologist if he doesn't destroy the mummy: One minute has gone". It's free, and you won't be sorry.

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Strongly recommended. There seems to be a newer reprint that includes commentary and some other medical fiction and non-fiction by Conan Doyle -- I would be very interested to read that, but I'm not reviewing it here.

However, Russell Miller's biography of Conan Doyle made me interested in one of the stories, "The Doctors of Hoyland," and I ended up reading the whole col I read the text of this book from Project Gutenberg.

However, Russell Miller's biography of Conan Doyle made me interested in one of the stories, "The Doctors of Hoyland," and I ended up reading the whole collection. It has great personal appeal to me because I love shop talk and fiction that draws upon the author's professional knowledge.

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I was also charmed by the preface, which seems to be written to the critics whom Conan Doyle correctly predicted would be disgusted by some of the medical details in the stories, and which acts as a sort of Victorian trigger warning.

It explains why those gory details can be important to literature, and ends by saying that Conan Doyle had deliberately not published the stories in magazines lest anyone read them by mistake and be pained, but "in book-form the reader can see that they are medical stories, and can, if he or she be so minded, avoid them.

The young doctor doesn't give his own name, so when at the very end he says something about his housekeeper Mrs. Hudson, I naturally concluded that this is a secret non-Holmes non-mystery story belonging to Dr.

His First Operation: This is one of the ones to avoid if you're squeamish, as it's a very effective description of the squeamishness of a medical student about to witness surgery for the first time.

However, it's also very funny! A Straggler of ' That is, the battle of Waterloo in The story is set in and the straggler is the last surviving veteran of his regiment.

It's about how dying of old age is a miserable experience. The veteran has a good young relative to take care of him and is cheered up by visiting soldiers who look up to him. I think that in the hands of many other authors, these facts would have turned the story into a sentimental reflection on how paying attention to elderly people makes their lives happy, but Conan Doyle avoids this. It's not a sentimental or cheering story, but it felt right to me.

The Third Generation: An awkward story about a young man's sad discovery that he has congenital syphilis. After reading this set, it's clear that I have not given Conan Doyle enough credit for writing skill.

While not all of the stories here are excellent, they're all good, and mostly very good. I'll definitely be looking for more of his non-adventure work. Overall, a surprising and very welcome look at Conan Doyle's more literary side. If you're a fan, pick this up. If you're just looking for touching stories, pick this up. If you like stories about doctors, pick this up.

It's free, and you won't be sorry. Strongly recommended. There seems to be a newer reprint that includes commentary and some other medical fiction and non-fiction by Conan Doyle -- I would be very interested to read that, but I'm not reviewing it here.

However, Russell Miller's biography of Conan Doyle made me interested in one of the stories, "The Doctors of Hoyland," and I ended up reading the whole col I read the text of this book from Project Gutenberg.

However, Russell Miller's biography of Conan Doyle made me interested in one of the stories, "The Doctors of Hoyland," and I ended up reading the whole collection. It has great personal appeal to me because I love shop talk and fiction that draws upon the author's professional knowledge.

I was also charmed by the preface, which seems to be written to the critics whom Conan Doyle correctly predicted would be disgusted by some of the medical details in the stories, and which acts as a sort of Victorian trigger warning. It explains why those gory details can be important to literature, and ends by saying that Conan Doyle had deliberately not published the stories in magazines lest anyone read them by mistake and be pained, but "in book-form the reader can see that they are medical stories, and can, if he or she be so minded, avoid them.

The young doctor doesn't give his own name, so when at the very end he says something about his housekeeper Mrs. Hudson, I naturally concluded that this is a secret non-Holmes non-mystery story belonging to Dr.

His First Operation: This is one of the ones to avoid if you're squeamish, as it's a very effective description of the squeamishness of a medical student about to witness surgery for the first time. However, it's also very funny!Un libro geniale, stupendo e scorrevole. People when they are over-excited in novels fall down in a fit.

Necessary to death Sparta once again, his ideas in the United. The Curse of Eve: Which is painful childbirth.

Some of the short stories were rather boring. Hudson, I naturally concluded that this is a secret non-Holmes non-mystery story belonging to Dr. To ask other readers questions about Uno studio in rosso , please sign up.

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