"He [Sherlock Holmes] is without doubt the most famous detective in print and on film. He has been with us for generations and is constantly remade and retold. He became moreg widely known than his author, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and thousands even believe he actually existed as a real man and lived in Baker Street, London. But there is another character in the stories that is often neglected and misunderstood - Dr. Watson. What is the secret of this seemingly unassuming man? Where did the influences used by Doyle come from? Is Watson a mirror to elements of Conan Doyle himself? "--Container.