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Le Temps (13 november 1894)
Détective Amateur 1/21

Le Temps was a French daily newspaper founded in 1861 by Auguste Nefftzer and published until 1942.

Between 1894 and 1912, the newspaper published 3 novels written by Arthur Conan Doyle.

A Study in Scarlet serialized as Détective amateur from 13 november 1894 was the first publication of Sherlock Holmes in France in French.



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