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'''ca. 1864~1865'''
 
'''ca. 1864~1865'''
 
* ''[[The Story of a Bengal Tiger]]'' (unpublished)
 
* ''[[The Story of a Bengal Tiger]]'' (unpublished)
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'''ca. 1870~1875'''
 
'''ca. 1870~1875'''
 
* [[The Judkin's Tragedy]] (The Wasp)
 
* [[The Judkin's Tragedy]] (The Wasp)
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'''ca. 1877'''
 
'''ca. 1877'''
 
* [[The Haunted Grange of Goresthorpe]] (unpublished until 2000)
 
* [[The Haunted Grange of Goresthorpe]] (unpublished until 2000)
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'''1879'''
 
'''1879'''
 
* [[The Mystery of Sasassa Valley]] (6 september 1879, [[Chambers's Journal]])
 
* [[The Mystery of Sasassa Valley]] (6 september 1879, [[Chambers's Journal]])
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'''1880'''
 
'''1880'''
 
* [[The American's Tale]] (december 1880, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The American's Tale]] (december 1880, [[London Society]])
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'''1881'''
 
'''1881'''
 
* [[A Night Among the Nihilists]] (april 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[A Night Among the Nihilists]] (april 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[That Little Square Box]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[That Little Square Box]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Gully of Bluemansdyke]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Gully of Bluemansdyke]] (december 1881, [[London Society]])
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'''1882'''
 
'''1882'''
 
* [[Bones, the April Fool of Harvey's Sluice]] (april 1882, [[London Society]])
 
* [[Bones, the April Fool of Harvey's Sluice]] (april 1882, [[London Society]])
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* [[That Veteran]] (2 september 1882, [[All The Year Round]])
 
* [[That Veteran]] (2 september 1882, [[All The Year Round]])
 
* [[My Friend the Murderer]] (december 1882, [[London Society]])
 
* [[My Friend the Murderer]] (december 1882, [[London Society]])
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'''1883'''
 
'''1883'''
 
* [[The Captain of the "Pole-Star"]] (january 1883, [[Temple Bar]])
 
* [[The Captain of the "Pole-Star"]] (january 1883, [[Temple Bar]])
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* [[The Silver Hatchet]] (christmas 1883, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Silver Hatchet]] (christmas 1883, [[London Society]])
 
* [[An Exciting Christmas Eve]] (christmas 1883, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[An Exciting Christmas Eve]] (christmas 1883, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
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'''1884'''
 
'''1884'''
 
* [[J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement]] (january 1884, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
 
* [[J. Habakuk Jephson's Statement]] (january 1884, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
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* [[The Tragedians]] (20 august 1884, [[Bow Bells]]) aka ''The Actor's Duel''
 
* [[The Tragedians]] (20 august 1884, [[Bow Bells]]) aka ''The Actor's Duel''
 
* [[Crabbe's Practice]] (christmas 1884, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[Crabbe's Practice]] (christmas 1884, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
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'''1885'''
 
'''1885'''
 
* [[The Man from Archangel]] (january 1885, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Man from Archangel]] (january 1885, [[London Society]])
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* [[The Parson of Jackman's Gulch]] (december 1885, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Parson of Jackman's Gulch]] (december 1885, [[London Society]])
 
* [[The Fate of the Evangeline]] (christmas 1885, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
 
* [[The Fate of the Evangeline]] (christmas 1885, [[The Boy's Own Paper]])
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'''1886'''
 
'''1886'''
 
* [[Touch and Go: A Midshipman's Story]] (april 1886, [[Cassell's Family Magazine]])
 
* [[Touch and Go: A Midshipman's Story]] (april 1886, [[Cassell's Family Magazine]])
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'''1888'''
 
'''1888'''
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* [[Angels of Darkness]] (''never published nor performed'') ''play''
 
* [[John Huxford's Hiatus]] (june 1888, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
 
* [[John Huxford's Hiatus]] (june 1888, [[The Cornhill Magazine]])
 
* [[The Mystery of Cloomber]] (december 1888, [[Ward & Downey]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Mystery of Cloomber]] (december 1888, [[Ward & Downey]]) ''novel''
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* [[The Adventure of the Gloria Scott]] (april 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Gloria Scott]] (april 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual]] (may 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Musgrave Ritual]] (may 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[Jane Annie; or, the Good Conduct Prize]] (may 1893, [[Chappell & Co.]]) ''play''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Reigate Squire]] (june 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Reigate Squire]] (june 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Green Flag]] (june 1893, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 
* [[The Green Flag]] (june 1893, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
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* [[The Case of Lady Sannox]] (november 1893, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Case of Lady Sannox]] (november 1893, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Final Problem]] (december 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Final Problem]] (december 1893, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[Foreign Policy]] ''play''
  
 
'''1894'''
 
'''1894'''
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* [[Sweethearts]] (june 1894, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[Sweethearts]] (june 1894, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Lord of Château Noir]] (july 1894, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Lord of Château Noir]] (july 1894, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[A Story of Waterloo]] (21 september 1894) ''play''
 
* [[A Medical Document]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[A Medical Document]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[The Third Generation]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
 
* [[The Third Generation]] (23 october 1894, in [[Round the Red Lamp]])
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* [[How the Brigadier was Tempted by the Devil]] (september 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier was Tempted by the Devil]] (september 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Played for a Kingdom]] (december 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Played for a Kingdom]] (december 1895, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[A Question of Diplomacy - play 1895|A Question of Diplomacy]] ''play''
  
 
'''1896'''
 
'''1896'''
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* [[A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus]] (23 march 1899, [[Grant Richards]]) ''novel''
 
* [[A Duet, with an Occasional Chorus]] (23 march 1899, [[Grant Richards]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Story of the Latin Tutor]] (april 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Latin Tutor]] (april 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[Halves]] aka [[Halves|Brothers]] (10-15 april 1899) ''play''
 
* [[The Story of the Brown Hand]] (may 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Story of the Brown Hand]] (may 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Croxley Master]] (october-december 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Croxley Master]] (october-december 1899, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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'''1900'''
 
'''1900'''
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* [[How the Brigadier Saved the Army]] (november 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Saved the Army]] (november 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk]] (december 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[How the Brigadier Rode to Minsk]] (december 1902, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[A Duet, A duologue]]  ''play''
 +
* [[Adventures of Brigadier Gerard - play 1903|Adventures of Brigadier Gerard]] ''play''
  
 
'''1903'''
 
'''1903'''
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'''1909'''
 
'''1909'''
 +
* [[The Fires of Fate (play 1909)|The Fires of Fate]]  (15 june - 11 august 1909) ''play''
 
* [[The Lord of Falconbridge]] (august 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Lord of Falconbridge]] (august 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[The House of Temperley (play 1909-1910)|The House of Temperley]] (september 1909) ''play''
 
* [[The Home-Coming]] (december 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Home-Coming]] (december 1909, [[The Strand Magazine]])
  
 
'''1910'''
 
'''1910'''
 +
* [[The Speckled Band: An Adventure of Sherlock Holmes]] (4 june 1910) ''play''
 
* [[The Terror of Blue John Gap]] (august 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Terror of Blue John Gap]] (august 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Marriage of the Brigadier]] (september 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Marriage of the Brigadier]] (september 1910, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[Borrowed Scenes]] (september 1913, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 
* [[Borrowed Scenes]] (september 1913, [[The Pall Mall Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Dying Detective]] (november 1913, [[Collier's]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Dying Detective]] (november 1913, [[Collier's]])
* [[The Horror of the Heights]] (november 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]])  
+
* [[The Horror of the Heights]] (november 1913, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 +
* [[Mrs. Thompson]] (''never published nor performed'') ''play''
  
 
'''1914'''
 
'''1914'''
 +
* [[Dawn (play)|Dawn]] (june 1914) ''play''
 
* [[Danger!]] (july 1914, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[Danger!]] (july 1914, [[The Strand Magazine]])
  
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'''1921'''
 
'''1921'''
 +
* [[The Crown Diamond: An Evening with Sherlock Holmes]] (2 may 1921) ''play''
 
* [[The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Bully of Brocas Court]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Bully of Brocas Court]] (november 1921, [[The Strand Magazine]])
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* [[The Problem of Thor Bridge]] (february-march 1922, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Problem of Thor Bridge]] (february-march 1922, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Lift]] (april 1922, [[Hearst's]])
 
* [[The Lift]] (april 1922, [[Hearst's]])
 +
* [[The Journey]] (21 september 1922, [[John Murray]]) ''play''
 
* [[The Centurion]] (october 1922, [[Hearst's|Hearst's International]])  
 
* [[The Centurion]] (october 1922, [[Hearst's|Hearst's International]])  
 
* [[A Point of Contact]] (october 1922, [[The Storyteller]])
 
* [[A Point of Contact]] (october 1922, [[The Storyteller]])
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* [[The Narrative of John Smith]] (26 september 2011, British Library) ''novel''
 
* [[The Narrative of John Smith]] (26 september 2011, British Library) ''novel''
  
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'''Undated'''
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 +
* [[Admiral Denver]] (''7 pages draft'') ''play''
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* [[The Criminal]] (''12 pages draft'') ''play''
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* [[The Black Hawk]] (''9 pages draft'') ''play''
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* [[The Flights of Dr Curtius]] (''14 pages synopsis'') ''play''
  
  

Revision as of 13:59, 24 July 2019

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Arthur Conan Doyle was very prolific before, during and after Sherlock Holmes. He wrote more than 240 fictions (including 24 novels) of all genres like history, fantasy, adventure, science-fiction, crimes, drama, war... and more than 1200 other works as essays, pamphlets, articles, letters to the press, poems, interviews, plays... on every subjects such as politics, spiritualism, war, crimes, etc. This is the full bibliography of his published writings. See also his handwriting section.

The list below only shows original titles and first editions.

For other editions, please follow the links in each entry.



Fictions

All (241)

ca. 1864~1865

ca. 1870~1875

ca. 1877

1879

1880

1881

1882

1883

1884

1885

1886

1887

1888

1889

1889-1890

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1896-1897

1897

1898

1899


1900

1901-1902

1902

1903

1904

1905-1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1914-1915

1916

1917

1918

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925-1926

1926

1927

1927-1928

1928

1929

1930

2011 (posthume)

Undated


Collected Fictions



1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1896

1900

1903

1905

1908

1911

1912

1914

1917

1918

1920s

1922

1925

1927

1928-1929

1929

1930



Essays, Articles

All (1063)

1873

1879

1881

1882

1883

1884

1885

1886

1887

1888

1889

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1900

1901

1902

1903

1904

1905

1906

1906-1907

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930

Posthume


Collected essays


1900

1914

1916

1923-1924

1926

1928

1930


Poems

All (105)

1870

1873

1883

1887

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1898

1899

1909

1910

  • 1902-1909 (august 1910, Rifleman) as 1902-1910

1911

1912

1913

1915

1917

1919

1922

Undated


Collected Poems


1898

1911

1919

1922


Collaborations

1892

1893

1900

1913

  • Divorce and the Church, with Lord Hugh Cecil (december 1913, The Divorce Law Reform Union)
    • Reform of the Law Needed. To purify and Better Social Life, by Conan Doyle

1914

1924

  • Survival (october 1924, G.P. Putnam's Sons)
    • Psychic Experiences, by Conan Doyle

1925

1929


Plays

Undated

1888

1893

1894

1895

1899

1902

1909

1910

1913

1914

  • Dawn (co-written with Percival Wilde)

1921

1922


Interviews

1888

1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1900

1901

1903

1904

1905

1906

1907

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930


Lectures

1883

1884

1885

1886

1887

1888

1889

1890

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

1897

1899

1900

1901

1903

1904

1905

1906

1908

1909

1910

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919


1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930

1934


Prefaces, Introductions, Forewords

1890

1894

1901

1903

1905

1907

1908

1909

1911

1912

1913

1914

1915

1916

1917

1918

1919

1920

1921

1922

1923

1924

1925

1926

1927

1928

1929

1930


Translated by Conan Doyle


Not written by Conan Doyle

  • 1889 : Sherlock Holmes: A Drama in Four Acts. This drama was written by William Gillette and not by Conan Doyle, contrary to popular belief.
  • 1894 : A Palpable Hit : wrote by C.R.B. probably Campbell Rae Brown, titled An Actor's Duel, by A.C.D. and advertised as written by him in Bow Bells.
  • 1922 : Exile, by Arthur Doyle (an American playwright)






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