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Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle, KStJ DL

别名字号 "Arthur Conan Doyle"
生日 (71)
出生地 11 Picardy Place, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
逝世 1930年7月7日 (71)
Crowborough, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
葬于 Minstead, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom

父母: Charles Altamount DoyleMary Josephine Elizabeth Doyle
妻: Louise Conan DoyleJean Elizabeth Doyle
子女: Mary Louise Doyle; Capt. Arthur Alleyne "Kingsley" Conan Doyle; Denis Percy Stewart Conan Doyle; Adrian Malcolm Conan DoyleJean Conan Doyle
兄弟姐妹: Annette Mary Frances Conan "Nan" Doyle; Katherine Amelia Angela Doyle; Mary Helena Monica Henrietta Doyle; Caroline Mary Burton "Lottie" Oldham; Constance Aimee Monica Hornung另外3个

Occupation: Author
管理员 Terry Jackson (Switzer)

About Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle

was born on May 22, 1859, in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Doyles were a prosperous Irish-Catholic family, who had a prominent position in the world of Art. Charles Altamont Doyle, Arthur's father, a chronic alcoholic, was the only member of his family, who apart from fathering a brilliant son, never accomplished anything of note. At the age of twenty-two, Charles had married Mary Foley, a vivacious and very well educated young woman of seventeen.

Mary Doyle had a passion for books and was a master storyteller. Her son Arthur wrote of his mother's gift of "sinking her voice to a horror-stricken whisper" when she reached the culminating point of a story. There was little money in the family and even less harmony on account of his father's excesses and erratic behavior. Arthur's touching description of his mother's beneficial influence is also poignantly described in his biography, "In my early childhood, as far as I can remember anything at all, the vivid stories she would tell me stand out so clearly that they obscure the real facts of my life."

After Arthur reached his ninth birthday, the wealthy members of the Doyle family offered to pay for his studies. He was in tears all the way to England, where for seven years he had to go to a Jesuit boarding school. Arthur loathed the bigotry surrounding his studies and rebelled at corporal punishment, which was prevalent and incredibly brutal in most English schools of that epoch.

During those grueling years, Arthur's only moments of happiness were when he wrote to his mother, a regular habit that lasted for the rest of her life, and also when he practiced sports, mainly cricket, at which he was very good. It was during these difficult years at boarding school, that Arthur realized he also had a talent for storytelling. He was often found, surrounded by a bevy of totally enraptured younger students, listening to the amazing stories he would make up to amuse them.

By 1876, graduating at the age of seventeen, Arthur Doyle, (as he was called, before adding his middle name "Conan" to his surname), was a surprisingly normal young man. With his innate sense of humor and his sportsmanship, having ruled out any feelings of self-pity, Arthur was ready and willing to face the world and make up for some of his father's shortcomings.

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle的年谱

Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh, Scotland
1 Bush Villas aka Doyle House, Elm Grove, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
12 Tennison Road, South Norwood, Surrey, England
Crowborough, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Crowborough, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Crowborough, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Crowborough, East Sussex, England, United Kingdom
Minstead, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom