Who is Sherlock? : essays on identity in modern Holmes adaptions /

"Nearly 130 years after the introduction of Sherlock Holmes to readers, the Great Detective's identity is being questioned, deconstructed, and reconstructed more than ever. Readers and audiences, not to mention scholars and critics, continue to analyze who Sherlock Holmes is or has become...

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Main Author: Porter, Lynnette R., 1957- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published:Jefferson North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2016]
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • From Paget to Screen: A (Re)Vision of Sherlock Holmes for the 21st Century / Clare Douglass Little
  • Modernizing Victorian Sherlock Holmes for Mr. Holmes and the BBC's Sherlock Special / Lynnette Porter
  • "I made me": Narrative Construction of Identity in Sherlock's "The Abominable Bride" / Felecia McDuffie
  • Inside the Mind of Sherlock Holmes / Lynnette Porter
  • It's Traumatic Stress, My Dear Watson: A Clinical Conceptualization of Sherlock / Jennifer Dondero and Sabrina J. Pippin
  • A ­High-Functioning Sociopath Married to His Work: On Hegemonic Masculinity in the BBC's Sherlock / Deborah M. Fratz
  • The BBC's Sherlock: A "Sociopathic" Master of the Social Game / Kathryn McClain and Grace Cripps
  • The Evolution of James Moriarty: How Villains Mirror Cultural Anxieties / Heather Powers
  • God, Grace and Sherlock: Religious Narrative and Identity in BBC's Sherlock / Felecia McDuffie
  • Chosen Families, TV and Tradition: Queering Relations in the BBC's Sherlock / Linda J. Jencson
  • Fan Fiction as an Argument: Arguing for Johnlock through the Roles of Women and Explicit Sex Scenes in Sherlock Fan Fiction / Alyxis Smith
  • (No) Sex and Sherlock: Asexuality, Victorian Abstinence and the Art of Ambiguity / Amber Botts
  • Sherlock and the Case of the Feminist Fans / Charla R. Strosser
  • #Setlock and the Power of Fandom / Jennifer Wojton.