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  • Get to know Arthur Conan Doyle: pillar of society, cricket jock and wildly successful author of the Sherlock Holmes mysteries, whose life of late-Victorian virtue goes all squiffy .
  • That's a squiffy-sounding rationalization, but it's true.
  • The decades since Lawrence have given him opportunities for both: some scintillating screen achievements (Lord Jim, The Ruling Class, My Favorite Year) and the squiffy, self .

  • Ian McEwan in Hindustan Times
    McEwan says he shares his protagonist's suspicion that "people who kept on about narrative tended to have a squiffy view of reality, believing all versions of it to be of equal value".

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