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|"The Boscombe Valley Mystery", one of the 56 short Sherlock Holmes stories written by British author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is the fourth of the twelve stories in The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.|
|Borges would have liked to learn of his extreme like-mindedness in these matters |
with Sherlock Holmes, for whom "there is nothing more deceptive than an
obvious fact" (Conan Doyle 72). The somewhat alarming conclusion this
|Stick to Facts, sir! - Dickens, Charles As a general rule, the most successful man |
in life is the man who has the best information. - Disraeli, Benjamin There is
nothing as deceptive as an obvious fact. - Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan Some facts
|FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT In the spiderweb of facts, many a truth is strangled. PW]. |
Etnltlncr. ... Do not become a mere recorder of facts, but try to penetrate the
mystery of their origin. ... H UXLEY There's nothing as deceptive as an obvious
|fact Alcott, Louisa May Entrenching himself behind an undeniable fact, 89 Barry, |
Frederick A fact is no simple thing, 90 To ... a fact appears to be opposed to a
long train of deductions..., 98 There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious
|FACTS The more alleged facts one reads, the more difficult it becomes to |
determine who has got it right Theres nothing as deceptive as an obvious fact -
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle If truth is not facts, what then is truth? Look for the true
facts and ...
|Detail There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact. Sir Arthur Conan |
Doyle, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) We have seen that truth lives
in characterization, characterization lives in context, and that context requires ...
|Okay, allright, here itis: 'There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.' |
And would you liketo knowwhy thatmade methink of you, Robert? StillRobert
held his statuelike pose. I thought of you andtheobvious fact of your silence. I
|'What?' 'People go into hiding even when no one is looking for them.' don delillo, |
White Noise There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact. mr sherlock
holmes in The Boscombe Valley Mystery by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Contents List
|She was so frightened by their violence that she ran away and told her mother |
when she reached home that she had left the two McCarthys quarrelling near ...
There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact, he answered, laughing.