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John Dickson Carr (1906–1977)

Autor(a) de The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes

191+ Works 16,435 Membros 351 Reviews 37 Favorited

About the Author

John Dickson Carr, the master of locked room mysteries, was born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, in 1906. He was educated at Haverford College and the Sorbonne in Paris. Carr is a prolific writer with more than 80 novels and collections of short stories to his credit. He began his writing career at the mostrar mais age of 26 with his first published novel, It Walks At Night. Some of his most popular works are The Three Coffins (1935), The Burning Coat (1937), and The Bride of Newgate (1951). Carr also collaborated with Adrian Doyle, the son of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in The Exploits of Sherlock Holmes (1954). Carr met his wife in 1932 and settled in England in 1933. He was drafted by the United States military in World War II, and was ordered to remain in England and work with the BBC. He lived in many cities throughout the world until 1967, when he permanently moved to Greenville, South Carolina. John Dickson Carr also wrote mystery novels under the name Carter Dickson. He died in Greenville in 1977. (Bowker Author Biography) mostrar menos

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Obras de John Dickson Carr

The Three Coffins (1935) 799 cópias
Hag's Nook (1955) 379 cópias
The Mad Hatter Mystery (1933) 376 cópias
The Crooked Hinge (1938) 370 cópias
The Burning Court (1937) 337 cópias
The Emperor's Snuff-Box (1942) 335 cópias
He Who Whispers (1946) 325 cópias
The White Priory Murders (1934) 316 cópias
It Walks By Night (1930) 307 cópias
Death-Watch (1935) 299 cópias
The Blind Barber (1934) 292 cópias
Till Death Do Us Part (1944) 287 cópias
The Corpse in the Waxworks (1932) 286 cópias
The Judas Window (1938) — Autor — 271 cópias
Castle Skull (1931) 252 cópias
Fire, Burn! (1957) 246 cópias
To Wake the Dead (1938) 241 cópias
The Devil in Velvet (1951) 240 cópias
The Plague Court Murders (1934) 235 cópias
The Red Widow Murders (1935) 232 cópias
The Man Who Could Not Shudder (1940) 228 cópias
The Eight of Swords (1934) 221 cópias
Lord of the Sorcerers (1945) 217 cópias
The Problem of the Wire Cage (1939) 216 cópias
The Lost Gallows (1931) 215 cópias
Below Suspicion (1949) 214 cópias
The Seat of the Scornful (1941) 214 cópias
The Arabian Nights Murder (1936) 208 cópias
The Four False Weapons (1937) 199 cópias
Death in Five Boxes (1938) 198 cópias
The Skeleton in the Clock (1948) 194 cópias
Poison in Jest (1932) 186 cópias
The Dead Man's Knock (1958) 182 cópias
The Sleeping Sphinx (1947) 180 cópias
She Died a Lady (1943) 179 cópias
A Graveyard to Let (1950) — Autor — 171 cópias
The Bride of Newgate (1950) 170 cópias
And So to Murder (1940) 169 cópias
The Peacock Feather Murders (1937) 166 cópias
The Nine Wrong Answers (1952) 166 cópias
The Witch of the Low Tide (1961) 161 cópias
Night at the Mocking Widow (1952) 159 cópias
The Demoniacs (1962) 156 cópias
Dark of the Moon (1967) 153 cópias
In Spite of Thunder (1960) 153 cópias
Patrick Butler for the Defense (1956) 152 cópias
The House at Satan's Elbow (1965) 146 cópias
Nine — and Death Makes Ten (1940) 142 cópias
He Wouldn't Kill Patience (1944) 141 cópias
The Reader is Warned (1939) 139 cópias
Captain Cut-Throat (1955) 138 cópias
My Late Wives (1946) 135 cópias
The Cavalier's Cup (1953) 130 cópias
The Unicorn Murders (1935) 128 cópias
Seeing is Believing (1945) 121 cópias
Panic in Box C (1966) 121 cópias
Behind the Crimson Blind (1952) 121 cópias
Scandal at High Chimneys (1959) 115 cópias
The Magic Lantern Murders (1937) 113 cópias
The Gilded Man (1942) 111 cópias
The Bowstring Murders (1933) 111 cópias
Papa Là-Bas (1968) 105 cópias
Deadly Hall (1971) 86 cópias
Most Secret (1934) 81 cópias
The Ghosts' High Noon (1969) 75 cópias
The Door to Doom (1980) 64 cópias
Fatal Descent (1939) 61 cópias
The Third Bullet 56 cópias
The Hungry Goblin (1972) 37 cópias
Fear is the Same (1956) 36 cópias
Merrivale, March and Murder (1991) 32 cópias
Fell and Foul Play (1991) 28 cópias
Speak of the Devil (1800) 21 cópias
13 to the Gallows (2008) 18 cópias
Maiden Murders (1952) 11 cópias
Blind Man's Hood (2018) 5 cópias
A Dr Fell Omnibus (1959) 4 cópias
The Kindling Spark (2022) 3 cópias
Secret Radio 2 cópias
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Great Stories — Editor — 2 cópias
Repouso mortal (1993) 2 cópias
The Shadow Of The Goat (1926) 2 cópias
Books Inc. 1 exemplar(es)
Delitto a bordo (1977) 1 exemplar(es)
NOVELAS ESCOGIDAS 1 exemplar(es)
Fantasma in mare 1 exemplar(es)
OS TRÊS ATAÚDES 1 exemplar(es)
Il mistero di Muriel 1 exemplar(es)
Gideon Fell 1 exemplar(es)
The Wrong Problem 1 exemplar(es)
The Haverfordian, Vol. 46: June, 1926 (2017) — Editor — 1 exemplar(es)
Oscura sospecha 1 exemplar(es)
Death by Invisible Hands 1 exemplar(es)
JD Carr 6: Dr. Fell - 1939-1941 (2000) 1 exemplar(es)
Ocho espadas 1 exemplar(es)
La muerta acude al teatro (1976) 1 exemplar(es)
Svart sanbat 1 exemplar(es)
O ENIGMA DA CRIPTA 1 exemplar(es)
O CASO DO COCHE FANTASMA 1 exemplar(es)
El que susurra 1 exemplar(es)
Mediodía de espectros 1 exemplar(es)
The Fourth Suspect (1927) 1 exemplar(es)
El codo de Satanás 1 exemplar(es)
Il-Kastell Ras ta' Mewt 1 exemplar(es)
Cloak and Dagger — Autor — 1 exemplar(es)
Novelas escogidas 1 exemplar(es)
Grand Guignol (1929) 1 exemplar(es)
The Ends Of Justice (1927) 1 exemplar(es)
Il Cappellaio Matto 1 exemplar(es)

Associated Works

The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunits Volume 1 (1993) — Contribuinte — 565 cópias
English Country House Murders (1989) — Contribuinte — 489 cópias
The Oxford Book of English Detective Stories (1990) — Contribuinte — 400 cópias
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Stories Not for the Nervous (1966) — Contribuinte — 300 cópias
A Treasury of Great Mysteries, Volumes 1-2 (1957) — Contribuinte — 264 cópias
Crime Stories from the Strand (1991) — Contribuinte — 227 cópias
The Maracot Deep (1929) — Introdução, algumas edições212 cópias
A Treasury of Great Mysteries, Volume 1 (1957) — Contribuinte — 208 cópias
Masterpieces of Mystery and Suspense (1988) — Contribuinte — 192 cópias
The Christmas Card Crime and Other Stories (2018) — Contribuinte — 190 cópias
A Treasury of Great Mysteries, Volume 2 (1957) — Contribuinte — 185 cópias
The Oxford Book of American Detective Stories (1996) — Contribuinte — 179 cópias
London After Midnight : A Tour of Its Criminal Haunts (1996) — Contribuinte; Contribuinte — 135 cópias
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A Month of Mystery (1968) — Contribuinte — 120 cópias
Alfred Hitchcock Presents: My Favorites in Suspense (1959) — Contribuinte — 119 cópias
Locked Room Puzzles (1986) — Contribuinte — 119 cópias
A Surprise for Christmas and Other Seasonal Mysteries (2020) — Contribuinte — 107 cópias
The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes (1989) — Contribuinte — 89 cópias
Murder On Christmas Eve (2017) — Contribuinte — 89 cópias
Murder for Christmas, Vol. 2 (1982) — Contribuinte — 87 cópias
Great Short Tales of Mystery and Terror (1982) — Contribuinte — 80 cópias
14 of My Favorites in Suspense (1959) — Contribuinte — 78 cópias
Great American Mystery Stories of the 20th Century (1989) — Contribuinte — 77 cópias
Fifty Best Mysteries (1991) — Contribuinte — 73 cópias
Great Tales of Mystery and Suspense (1981) — Contribuinte — 62 cópias
The Twelve Crimes of Christmas (1981) — Contribuinte — 62 cópias
14 Great Detective Stories (1949) — Contribuinte — 58 cópias
Murderous Schemes (1996) — Contribuinte — 58 cópias
Three Times Three: A Mystery Omnibus (1964) — Contribuinte — 57 cópias
A Century of British Mystery and Suspense (2000) — Contribuinte — 56 cópias
The Penguin Classic Crime Omnibus (1984) — Contribuinte — 54 cópias
The Arbor House Treasury of Mystery and Suspense (1981) — Contribuinte — 52 cópias
Crime on the Coast [and] No Flowers by Request (1953) — Contribuinte — 48 cópias
Realms of Darkness (1985) — Contribuinte — 45 cópias
Cloak and Dagger: A Treasury of 35 Great Espionage Stories (1988) — Contribuinte — 44 cópias
Bodies from the Library 3 (2020) — Contribuinte — 42 cópias
Suddenly at the Priory (1957) — Prefácio, algumas edições40 cópias
The Television Late-night Horror Omnibus (1993) — Contribuinte — 38 cópias
Murder in Midsummer (2019) — Contribuinte — 37 cópias
Who Killed Father Christmas? and Other Seasonal Mysteries (2023) — Contribuinte — 32 cópias
The Poison Belt: Together with The Disintegration Machine and When The World Screamed (1964) — Introdução, algumas edições30 cópias
Crimes of Cymru: Classic Mystery Tales of Wales (2023) — Contribuinte — 30 cópias
Murder Takes a Holiday (2020) — Contribuinte — 28 cópias
Manhattan Mysteries (1987) — Contribuinte — 28 cópias
Rogues' Gallery: The Great Criminals of Modern Fiction (1945) — Contribuinte — 27 cópias
The Black Lizard Big Book of Locked-Room Mysteries (2019) — Contribuinte — 24 cópias
Murder by the Seaside (2022) — Contribuinte — 22 cópias
A Century of Detective Stories (1935) — Contribuinte — 20 cópias
Great detective stories (1998) — Contribuinte — 20 cópias
Ellery Queen's Mystery Mix (1962) — Contribuinte — 19 cópias
Ellery Queen's Twentieth Century Detective Stories (1964) — Contribuinte — 19 cópias
Lethal Black Book (1965) — Contribuinte — 18 cópias
Best Detective Stories (1959) — Contribuinte — 17 cópias
Four and Twenty Bloodhounds (1950) — Contribuinte — 17 cópias
Ghosts and Scholars: Stories in the Tradition of M.R. James (1987) — Contribuinte — 16 cópias
Twelve American Crime Stories (1998) — Contribuinte — 14 cópias
Cream of the Crime (1962) — Contribuinte — 13 cópias
Rejser i tid og rum : en bog om science fiction (1973) — Autor, algumas edições12 cópias
The Second Century of Detective Stories (1938) — Contribuinte — 12 cópias
Crime on the Coast (1984) — Contribuinte — 12 cópias
Great Tales of Crime and Detection (1992) — Contribuinte — 10 cópias
He Who Whispers | The Unsuspected | Crows Can't Count (1946) — Contribuinte — 10 cópias
Classic Crime Stories (2014) — Contribuinte — 9 cópias
Dangerous Crossing [1953 film] (1953) — Writer — 9 cópias
Redselen i Deptford og andre studier i Sherlock Holmes (1980) — Contribuinte — 8 cópias
Mord als schöne Kunst betrachtet. (1999) — Contribuinte — 8 cópias
Verhalen omnibus (1967) — Contribuinte — 7 cópias
Great Stories of Mystery and Suspense 1974 Volume 2 (1974) — Contribuinte — 7 cópias
Detection Medley (1939) — Contribuinte; Contribuinte — 7 cópias
Armchair Horror Collection (1994) — Contribuinte — 7 cópias
Crime Without Murder (1970) — Contribuinte — 6 cópias
Nieuwe verhalen die Hitchcock koos — Contribuinte — 6 cópias
20 Great Tales of Murder (1951) — Contribuinte — 6 cópias
Detective Omnibus — Contribuinte — 6 cópias
Classic short stories of crime and detection, 1950-1975 (1983) — Contribuinte — 6 cópias
Giant Mystery Reader (1951) — Autor — 5 cópias
De glæder med gys : Poe-Klubben skriver (1973) — Autor, algumas edições5 cópias
I delitti della camera chiusa (1974) — Contribuinte; Contribuinte — 5 cópias
Verdens største detektiver II (1995) — Contribuinte; Contribuinte — 5 cópias
Verdens største detektiver I (1995) — Contribuinte — 4 cópias
London After Midnight: A Conducted Tour, Part 1 (1996) — Contribuinte — 4 cópias
Classic stories of crime and detection (1976) — Contribuinte — 4 cópias
Avon Mystery Story Teller (1946) — Contribuinte; Contribuinte — 4 cópias
Detective-verhalen — Contribuinte — 3 cópias
Detective-omnibus — Contribuinte — 3 cópias
London After Midnight: A Conducted Tour, Part 2 (1996) — Contribuinte — 3 cópias
Mørkets gjerninger : 21 hårreisende kriminalhistorier (2001) — Contribuinte — 3 cópias
Nye detektivhistorier fra hele verden — Autor, algumas edições2 cópias
The Fourth Book of Crime-Craft (1959) — Introdução — 2 cópias
Spionhistorier fra hele verden (1959) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
Best Detective Stories (Volume 2) (1964) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
Alfred Hitchcock's Fireside Book of Suspense (1947) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
Best Stories from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (1944) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
A Magnum of Mysteries (1963) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
Great Stories of Detection (1960) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
150 anni in Giallo (1989) — Contribuinte — 2 cópias
De bedste kriminalhistorier fra hele verden (1966) — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)
Ellery Queen's 1966 Anthology — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)
Verdens beste kriminalhistorier (1960) — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)
Dristige detektiver : et Hitchcock udvalg (1970) — Autor, algumas edições1 exemplar(es)
10 moderne spionhistorier — Autor, algumas edições1 exemplar(es)
Det ligner mord. 10 moderne detektivhistorier — Autor, algumas edições1 exemplar(es)
Murder Mixture: An Anthology of Crime Stories (1963) — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)
Huset i Goblin Wood og andre mysterier (1993) — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)
Bedrooms Have Windows | Ninth Life | The Door to Doom — Contribuinte — 1 exemplar(es)

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The reader gets nine chances to solve this convoluted murder before the writer has mercy on us to sort it out. It is fun. the book was written in 1952, so I clearly read an earlier edition.
 
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DinadansFriend | 1 outra resenha | May 14, 2024 |
Topped at the Tower
Review of the Penzler Publishers American Mystery Classics eBook (July 17, 2019) of the Harper and Brothers hardcover original (1933).

You see, General, in his own way Doctor Fell is invaluable. But he gets his ideas of police procedure from the cinema, and he is under the impression that he can act any sort of part. Whenever I let him question anybody in my presence he tries to give an imitation of me.


The Mad Hatter Mystery is the second of Carr's Dr. Gideon Fell mysteries. It is not quite in Carr's trademark "locked room" style, as the murder appears to have taken place in the open air by the Tower of London. It is still an apparently impossible crime though with the usual elaborate explanation required to get to the final solution. There is also an odd subplot complication where someone is stealing various hats from public figures and authorities, such as an opera top hat, a policeman's helmet, a lawyer's wig, etc. To add to the mystery, the dead body is found with one of the hats on his head. Then there is a stolen manuscript of a rare Edgar Allan Poe story. Only Docter Fell can explain it all!

“‘It must be confessed,’” he repeated, “‘it will be confessed; there is no refuge from confession but suicide, and suicide is confession.’” - Doctor Fell quotes lawyer Daniel Webster as he begins to zero in on the solution to the crime.


See cover at https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/...
The front cover of the original 1933 Harper and Brothers hardcover. Image sourced from Goodreads.

I am really enjoying the Dr. Gideon Fell mysteries, especially in the enhanced editions with Foreword Introductions by other authors in the American Mystery Classics series. Unlike almost all of the other Golden Age of Crime writers, there are almost no film or TV adaptations of John Dickson Carr's novels. I think the reason is that the crimes are so elaborate, that they would probably play out as farce if they were presented in dramatized film versions. Also, the mysteries are basically unsolvable, all being 10s out of 10 on the Berengaria Ease of Solving Scale (i.e. impossible to solve). There are always slim clues presented which you do realize in hindsight, but the misdirection is so complete that you'll miss picking up the thread. Anyway, I find them quite a delight.

Trivia and Links
This book is in the Public Domain and there are various online sources where it is available to read such as at archive.org

John Dickson Carr (1906-1977) is one of the 99 authors listed in The Book of Forgotten Authors (2017) by Christopher Fowler. He is No. 20 in the alphabetical listing which you can see towards the bottom of my review here.

This edition of The Mad Hatter Mystery is part of the Otto Penzler American Mystery Classics series (2018-ongoing). There is a related Goodreads Listopia here with 57 books listed as of late April 2024. There are currently 71 titles listed at the Mysterious Press online bookshop. The official website for the series at Penzler Publishers seems to show only the most recent and upcoming titles.

John Dickson Carr took the inspiration for Dr. Gideon Fell's appearance from that of author G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936), writer of the Father Brown mysteries and other works.

See photograph at https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/75/Gilbert_Chesterton.jpg...
Photograph of G.K. Chesterton. Image sourced from Wikipedia.

The source of the name Dr. Fell is apparently from the apocryphal epigram:
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell,
The reason why – I cannot tell;
But this I know, and know full well,
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell.
… (mais)
 
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alanteder | outras 8 resenhas | Apr 30, 2024 |
Do Not Disturb. Dead Woman.
Review of The Murder Room eBook (November 19, 2012) of the Harper and Brothers hardcover original (1938)

‘Let me understand this,’ he said. ‘Things have come to a fine pass. You don’t know what people are thinking even when they tell you. What do you call that?’
From the head of the table Dr. Fell put down his glass and spoke.
‘I call it,’ he said, ‘a detective story.’
'A master magician ... the King of the Art of Misdirection.' - cover blurb by Agatha Christie for this edition of To Wake the Dead.


To Wake the Dead is another one of John Dickson Carr's "impossible crime" novels featuring Dr. Gideon Fell as the amateur sleuth who explains it all when the police authorities are baffled. This one involves a dead body being found in a Piccadilly Circus hotel room with a sign hanging on the door saying "Do Not Disturb. Dead Woman."

See cover at https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/...
The front cover of the original 1938 Harper and Brothers hardcover. Image sourced from Goodreads.

Various individuals had been seen entering the room earlier in the evening but there was also a side door which allowed for unobserved exits. The woman was travelling as part of a tour group and her husband had been murdered a few weeks earlier. Now she herself has fallen victim. A bracelet has gone missing but then mysteriously reappears. A pair of mismatched women's suede shoes have been left outside the hotel room for 'polishing.' An unknown hotel employee was apparently seen outside the hotel room door with a pile of towels hiding their face. A drunken man insists that he saw a hotel employee at the country estate where the husband died. The drunk himself is arrested on suspicion, and is locked up at the time of the 2nd murder. How can it all be explained?

Dr. Fell figures it out of course, but the explanation is pretty outrageous and felt like cheating i.e. someone who couldn't have committed the crimes is still proved to be the perpetrator. It was a definite 10 out of 10 on the Berengaria Ease of Solving Scale i.e. impossible to solve by the reader.

Trivia and Links
John Dickson Carr (1906-1977) is one of the 99 authors listed in The Book of Forgotten Authors (2017) by Christopher Fowler. He is No. 20 in the alphabetical listing which you can see towards the bottom of my review here.

John Dickson Carr took the inspiration for Dr. Gideon Fell's appearance from that of author G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936), writer of the Father Brown mysteries and other works.

See photograph at https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/75/Gilbert_Chesterton.jpg...
Photograph of G.K. Chesterton. Image sourced from Wikipedia.

The source of the name Dr. Fell is apparently from the apocryphal epigram:
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell,
The reason why – I cannot tell;
But this I know, and know full well,
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell.
… (mais)
 
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alanteder | outras 5 resenhas | Apr 20, 2024 |
Something Crooked This Way Comes
Review of the Penzler Publishers American Mystery Classics eBook (October 1, 2019) of the Harper and Brothers hardcover original (1938)

We shall have to take our choice. On the one hand we have a somewhat preposterous suicide; but on the other hand, unfortunately, we have a more than somewhat impossible murder. Will someone kindly oblige me with an idea?


The Crooked Hinge is from towards the middle of the pack of Carr's Dr. Gideon Fell mysteries. I had randomly picked it up as a Kindle Deal of the Day and it isn't necessary to read the books in order. It is also listed quite high at #4 in a ranking of best "locked rooms / impossible crimes" novels. Carr is often considered the top writer of those scenarios. They usually involve a solution which is by necessity extremely elaborate and not very realistic, but as long as you are willing to go along, they can be very entertaining.

This one is par for the course. It takes a sort of Return of Martin Guerre scenario where there are two claimants to a baronetcy. One of them has already established themself in the position when another claimant appears, they have a lawyer and a supposed proof of their claim. Then one of the claimants dies, perhaps by suicide or was it an impossible murder? The man was observed standing outside with no one else seen nearby when he dies. The supposed "proof" also disappears. Somehow an automaton in the attic is involved, which seemingly moves unaided. Then a maid disappears. Then there appears to be a tie-in to a murder from a year ago which had previously been thought to be solved. Then there is apparent witchcraft involved.

You will think that there can't possibly be a solution to all this. Dr. Gideon Fell is of course on hand to explain it. In the end, the culprit also provides a complete confession which contains reveal after reveal, twist upon twist.

See cover at https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/...
The front cover of the original 1938 Harper and Brothers hardcover. Image sourced from Goodreads.

Trivia and Links
John Dickson Carr (1906-1977) is one of the 99 authors listed in The Book of Forgotten Authors (2017) by Christopher Fowler. He is No. 20 in the alphabetical listing which you can see towards the bottom of my review here.

This edition of The Crooked Hinge is part of the Otto Penzler American Mystery Classics series (2018-ongoing). There is a related Goodreads Listopia here with 57 books listed as of mid April 2024. There are currently 71 titles listed at the Mysterious Press online bookshop. The official website for the series at Penzler Publishers seems to show only the most recent and upcoming titles.

John Dickson Carr took the inspiration for Dr. Gideon Fell's appearance from that of author G.K. Chesterton (1874-1936), writer of the Father Brown mysteries and other works.
See photograph at https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/75/Gilbert_Chesterton.jpg...
Photograph of G.K. Chesterton. Image sourced from Wikipedia.
The source of the name Dr. Fell is apparently from the apocryphal epigram:
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell,
The reason why – I cannot tell;
But this I know, and know full well,
I do not like thee, Doctor Fell.
… (mais)
 
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alanteder | outras 13 resenhas | Apr 17, 2024 |

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