Bonus: Many times in the various short-story adventures, Watson refers off-handedly to other cases Holmes solved that the London public was supposedly very familiar with, but that Arthur Conan Doyle never wrote or published. However, one case Watson referred to by name in one collection was actually written many years later and included in a subsequent collection. What case was that?
And please remember there is another bonus question that is still open: Watson plainly tells us that he earned a doctorate in medicine. And yet, on one occasion, Holmes says to him that he did not have the legal right to go by the title "Doctor" since he had only a bachelor's in medicine. Why did Arthur Conan Doyle put such obviously false words in Holmes' mouth?
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