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91. Sherlock: Adapting and Re-Imagining Sherlock Holmes in a Postmodern Context

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The aims of this Factsheet are to consider the Sherlock Holmes stories and characters and how they have been used in contemporary media texts, including:
• The influence of the character on modern crime genre texts.
• The representation of the main characters and their narrative functions.
• How the updating of the Victorian story can be related to contemporary issues and concerns.

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September 2012

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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