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* [[A Sordid Affair]] (29 november 1891, [[The People]])
 
* [[A Sordid Affair]] (29 november 1891, [[The People]])
 
* [[The Man with the Twisted Lip]] (december 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Man with the Twisted Lip]] (december 1891, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[The Doings of Raffles Haw]] (december 1891, [[Cassell & Co., Ltd.]]) ''novel''
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* [[The Doings of Raffles Haw]] (11 july - 15 august 1891, [[Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette]]) ''novel''
 
* [[The Fate of Fenella]] (19 december 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
 
* [[The Fate of Fenella]] (19 december 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
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* [[The Great Brown-Pericord Motor]] (19 december 1891, [[The Cheshire Observer]])
 
* [[A False Start]] (Christmas 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
 
* [[A False Start]] (Christmas 1891, [[The Gentlewoman]])
 
* [[Beyond the City]] (christmas 1891, [[Good Words]]) ''novel''
 
* [[Beyond the City]] (christmas 1891, [[Good Words]]) ''novel''
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* [[The Adventure of the Speckled Band]] (february 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Speckled Band]] (february 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb]] (march 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb]] (march 1892, [[The Strand Magazine]])
* [[The Great Brown-Pericord Motor]] (5 march 1892, [[The Ludgate Weekly Magazine]])
 
 
* [[De Profundis]] (march 1892, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[De Profundis]] (march 1892, [[The Idler]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor]] (12 march 1892, [[The Courier-Journal]])
 
* [[The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor]] (12 march 1892, [[The Courier-Journal]])
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* [[An Imperial Memorial Scheme]] (30 november 1918, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[An Imperial Memorial Scheme]] (30 november 1918, [[The Spectator]]) ''letter''
 
* [[One Last Effort]] (december 1918, [[Nash's Pall Mall Magazine]]) ''article''
 
* [[One Last Effort]] (december 1918, [[Nash's Pall Mall Magazine]]) ''article''
* [[Life After Death]] (8 december 1918, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
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* [[Life After Death]] (8 december 1918, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
  
 
'''1919'''
 
'''1919'''
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* [[Our Reply to the Cleric]] (january 1920, [[Spiritualist' National Union]]) ''pamphlet''
 
* [[Our Reply to the Cleric]] (january 1920, [[Spiritualist' National Union]]) ''pamphlet''
 
* [[The German Criminals (6 february 1920)|The German Criminals]] (6 february 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The German Criminals (6 february 1920)|The German Criminals]] (6 february 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
* [[Prof. Zollner and Slade]] (8 february 1920, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
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* [[Prof. Zollner and Slade]] (8 february 1920, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conjurers and Spirits. Conan Doyle on the most Futile of all Absurd Arguments]] (9 february 1920, [[Daily Sketch]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Conjurers and Spirits. Conan Doyle on the most Futile of all Absurd Arguments]] (9 february 1920, [[Daily Sketch]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (12 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (12 february 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (12 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (12 february 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
* [[Spiritualism (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism]] (15 february 1920, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
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* [[Spiritualism (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism]] (15 february 1920, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (15 february 1920, [[Sunday Chronicle]]) ''article''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (15 february 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (15 february 1920, [[Sunday Chronicle]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Case for Spiritualism]] (21 february 1920, [[The Graphic]]) ''article''
 
* [[The Case for Spiritualism]] (21 february 1920, [[The Graphic]]) ''article''
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* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (2 march 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (2 march 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualism and Insanity (2 march 1920)|Spiritualism and Insanity]] (2 march 1920, [[The Southport Visiter]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Conan Doyle-McCabe Debate]] (20 march 1920, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Conan Doyle-McCabe Debate]] (20 march 1920, [[Light]]) ''letter''
* [[Some Answers to Objections]] (21 march 1920, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
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* [[Some Answers to Objections]] (21 march 1920, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Mrs. Piper's Credibility]] (27 march 1920, [[John O'London's Weekly]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Mrs. Piper's Credibility]] (27 march 1920, [[John O'London's Weekly]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Divorce Law]] (30 march 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Divorce Law]] (30 march 1920, [[The Times]]) ''letter''
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* [[Oscar Slater's Costs]] (19 april 1929, [[Jewish Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Oscar Slater's Costs]] (19 april 1929, [[Jewish Chronicle]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Bitter Dispute Over Appeal]] (5 may 1929, [[Empire News]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Bitter Dispute Over Appeal]] (5 may 1929, [[Empire News]]) ''letter''
* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Ghost]] (5 may 1929, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
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* [[Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Ghost]] (5 may 1929, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualists and the General Election]] (11 may 1929, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[Spiritualists and the General Election]] (11 may 1929, [[Light]]) ''letter''
 
* [[An Open Letter to those of my Generation]] (22 may 1929, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''letter''
 
* [[An Open Letter to those of my Generation]] (22 may 1929, [[The Psychic Press]]) ''letter''
* [[The Nairobi Photograph]] (26 may 1929, [[Freethinker]]) ''letter''
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* [[The Nairobi Photograph]] (26 may 1929, [[The Freethinker]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (12 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (12 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (17 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
 
* [[The Witch of Endor]] (17 june 1929, [[The Morning Post]]) ''letter''
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* [[The Black Hawk]] (''9 pages draft'')
 
* [[The Black Hawk]] (''9 pages draft'')
 
* [[The Flights of Dr Curtius]] (''14 pages synopsis'')
 
* [[The Flights of Dr Curtius]] (''14 pages synopsis'')
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* [[The Waterloo Play]] (''15 pages manuscript'', different than [[A Story of Waterloo]])
  
 
'''1888'''
 
'''1888'''
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'''1922'''
 
'''1922'''
 
* [[The Journey]] (21 september 1922, in ''[[The Poems of Arthur Conan Doyle]]'', [[John Murray]])
 
* [[The Journey]] (21 september 1922, in ''[[The Poems of Arthur Conan Doyle]]'', [[John Murray]])
 
 
  
 
== Interviews ==
 
== Interviews ==
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* [[Where are the Dead?]] (24 june 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 
* [[Where are the Dead?]] (24 june 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 
* [[Address about Miss Gilchrist message]] (15 july 1928, Grotrian Hall)
 
* [[Address about Miss Gilchrist message]] (15 july 1928, Grotrian Hall)
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* [[The Old Testament]] (written on 14 september 1928)
 
* [[Spirit Messages from Earl Haig and Conrad]] (9 september 1928, Queen's Hall, Langham-place, W.)
 
* [[Spirit Messages from Earl Haig and Conrad]] (9 september 1928, Queen's Hall, Langham-place, W.)
 
* [[Meeting at the Congress of the International Federation of Spiritualists ]] (13 september 1928, South Kensington)
 
* [[Meeting at the Congress of the International Federation of Spiritualists ]] (13 september 1928, South Kensington)
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'''1926'''
 
'''1926'''
 
* [[Leslie's Letters to his Mother]] (1926, Democrat Publishing & Printing Co.) ''letters''
 
* [[Leslie's Letters to his Mother]] (1926, Democrat Publishing & Printing Co.) ''letters''
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* [[Psychic Phenomena Are Real. A Reply to Mr. Nevil Maskelyne]], by Fred Barlow (june 1923, [[The London Magazine]]) ''introduction''
 
* [[Other-World People]], by James W. Herries (july 1926, William Hodge & Co.) ''foreword''
 
* [[Other-World People]], by James W. Herries (july 1926, William Hodge & Co.) ''foreword''
 
* [[The Soul of Jack London]], by Edward Biron Payne (july 1926, Rider & Co.) ''prefatory letter''
 
* [[The Soul of Jack London]], by Edward Biron Payne (july 1926, Rider & Co.) ''prefatory letter''
* [[Independent Testimony as to the Mediumship of Florence Cook]] appendix in ''Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism'', by Sir William Crookes (august 1926, [[Two Worlds Publishing Co. Ltd.]])  
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* [[Independent Testimony as to the Mediumship of Florence Cook]] appendix in ''Researches in the Phenomena of Spiritualism'', by Sir William Crookes (august 1926, [[Two Worlds Publishing Co. Ltd.]])
  
 
'''1927'''
 
'''1927'''

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Arthur Conan Doyle was very prolific before, during and after Sherlock Holmes. He wrote more than 300 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 (300)

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

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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