What literary school does Sir Arthur Conan Doyle represent?

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Likely the only "school" that Doyle would be considered a part of is that of the crime novel experts.  Obviously his most famous works were the various adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and though he also dabbled with science fiction and...

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