The narrative of John Smith (图书, 2011) [McGill University Library]
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The narrative of John Smith

著者: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir; Jon L Lellenberg; Daniel Stashower; Rachel Foss
出版商: London : The British Library, 2011
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Via the protagonist, John Smith, a 50-year-old man confined to his room by an attack of gout, Conan Doyle sets down his thoughts and opinions on a range of subjects - literature, science, religion, war, education - with no detectable shyness or diffidence, full of bravado in the face of little professional success at that time
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类型/形式: Fiction
材料类型: 小说
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir; Jon L Lellenberg; Daniel Stashower; Rachel Foss
ISBN: 9780712358415 0712358412
OCLC号码: 770088811
注释: "His unpublished first novel"
描述: 138 p.
内容: Extract from Chapter I: 'Gout or rheumatism, Doctor?' I asked. 'A little of both Mr. Smith,' said he. 'And pray, sir, what is the exact difference between them?' I continued under a natural impulse to gain a little knowledge in exchange for the red-hot skewer which was transfixing my right foot. 'Why,' said my good physician, tapping his tortoise-shell snuff box, 'the one is a punishment and the other is a misfortune - one is in the hands of Providence and the other in your own. You can't command the weather which governs your rheumatism, but you can command your appetites which govern your gout.' 'And so,' said I, 'this diabolical pain in my foot is the hybrid form of torture known as rheumatic gout which unites the disadvantages of both diseases to a dash of malignancy all its own.' [you can cut this short if it works better]
责任: Arthur Conan Doyle ; edited and with an introduction by Jon Lellenberg, Daniel Stashower and Rachel Foss

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Conan Doyle's first-ever novel, published here for the first time.  再读一些...
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