Sherlock Holmes in 221 Objects: From the Collection of Glen S. Miranker (Hardcover)

Sherlock Holmes in 221 Objects: From the Collection of Glen S. Miranker By Cathy Miranker, Glen Miranker, Leslie S. Klinger (Foreword by) Cover Image

Sherlock Holmes in 221 Objects: From the Collection of Glen S. Miranker (Hardcover)

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A dazzling collection of rare art and documents illuminate the life of Sherlock Holmes beyond the page.
 
As one of the most beloved characters in the English language, Sherlock Holmes sometimes seems to have a life of his own, one that leaps beyond the pages of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s mystery stories. Sherlock Holmes in 221 Objects aims its magnifying glass toward a host of overlooked extra-literary objects that tell the story of the famed detective’s publication history outside of Doyle’s original canon.

Drawing on their extensive collection of Holmes-related bibliographic material, Cathy and Glen S. Miranker brings to light exhibits ranging from original manuscripts, handwritten letters, business correspondence, vintage book art, pirated editions, and more, all presented in thematic clusters that highlight their significance to the case at hand. Throughout, the Mirankers invite readers to share in the collector’s enthusiasm for the kinds of rarities and oddities that help decipher the appeal of Sherlock Holmes in ways that transcend what can be found on the page.
Cathy Miranker is a former reporter and editor with the Associated Press, a children's book author, and a fiber artist. She current divides her time between Sherlockian scholarship and quiltmaking.
 

Glen Miranker is one of the foremost collectors of Sherlockian books and has served as a bibliophilic consultant and lecturer for numerous institutions, including the Toronto Reference Library, the Harry Ransom Center, and the Newberry Library.
 
Product Details ISBN: 9781605830971
ISBN-10: 1605830976
Publisher: The Grolier Club
Publication Date: February 9th, 2022
Pages: 168
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