a series of twelve stories, featuring his well-known detective character, 'Sherlock Holmes'. Top Trivia The widely acclaimed fictional character of Sherlock Holmes, the detective was conceived and created by this immensely talented author and medical practitioner. Doyle felt that some of his other ventures were more beneficial and that Holmes had simply become a distraction. This was the first novel in which he introduced the character, Professor Challenger. He died at the age of 71, after a heart attack. In 1890, he went on to study ophthalmology in Vienna, after which he moved to London. His notable work, Stories of Sherlock Holmes' is widely read, till date. Within several years of returning to England, however, Doyle succumbed to the pressure of his readership and resurrected Holmes to roam the streets of London once again.
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The following year another Professor Challenger' short story, 'The early Modern European History in The Dutch Revolution Disintegration Machine' was published in Stand Magazine. They had two children. Doyle began to write shorter stories involving the detective pair, many of which were published in The Strand. In 1893, his historical novel, The Refugees' was published. He subsequently went to the Stella Matutina Jesuit School in Feldkirch, Austria. He suffered from Angina Pectoris. It was while in medical school at the University of Edinburgh that Doyle began writing short stories. In 1919, he came out with the work of poetry titled, The Guards Came Through, and Other Poems'.