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The Parodies

 

The Sherlock Holmes tales have been parodied from virtually the very beginning of the writings, including by Sir Arthur, himself. In keeping with the Diogenes Club's attempts to keep up with 'things Sherlockian', here are a few of the many, many parodies that have been writtern over the years. Many of these and other Gaslight era writings are found at Gaslight (see the Stranger's Room) and various other online reading rooms.

 

The Diogenes Club:  The Adventure of the Two Collaborators

The Adventure of the Two Collaborators

Sir James Matthew Barrie

1893

The Diogenes Club:  The Adventure of teh Table Foot

The Adventure of the Table Foot

Zero (Allan Ramsay)

January 1894

The Diogenes Club:  The Sign of the 400

The Sign of the "400"

R. K. Munkittrick

1894

The Diogenes Club:  The Great Pegram Mystery

The Great Pegram Mystery

Robert Barr

1894

The Diogenes Club:  The Stolen Cigar Case

The Stolen Cigar Case

Bret Harte

1902

The Diogenes Club:  The Adventure of the Diamond Necklace

The Adventure of the Diamond Necklace

G. F. Forrest

1905

The Diogenes Club:  The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes

The Adventures of Shamrock Jolnes

O. Henry

1911

The Diogenese Club:  The Sleuths

The Sleuths

O. Henry

1911

The Diogenes Club:  Maddened by Mystery

Maddened by Mystery or The Defective Detective

Stephen Leacock

1921

The Diogenes Club:  How Watson Learned the Trick

How Watson Learned the Trick

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

1924


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