A comprehensive research essay detailing Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's writing style, connotation, and detail as pertains to the women of his plot construction throughout the Sherlock Holmes series. In using a number of Doyle's most famous tales, the author parallels the women of his stories and their intentional misrepresentation and incomplete creation.
Gordon, Meghan R.
"Women: Worldly, Wordy, or Un-written An Analysis of the Women of Sherlock Holmes and the Victorian English Era,"
Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 5
, Article 4.
Available at: http://scholarship.rollins.edu/rurj/vol5/iss2/4