Jon J. Mee: Conversable Worlds: Literature, Contention, and Community 1762 to 1830
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"Santoro's body lay stiff on the floor, and I covered it with my coat. He had been dead for several hours and the sound that had alerted us to his presence was, perhaps, an involuntary gasp."
Because, as a general rule, corpses gasp voluntarily?
(Also, Holmes and Watson keep referring to each other as "old boy," which...no.)
January 18, 2013 in Books | Permalink
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