Cuadro de texto: In 1928  his last twelve stories about the exploits of the immortal detective were        compiled in The Casebook of  Sherlock Holmes.
In the autumn of 1929, in spite of having been diagnosed with Angina Pectoris, Conan Doyle went off for his last tour to Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. He was in such terrible pain by the time he returned, that he had to be bedridden from that time on. He managed to have one last quixotic adventure on a cold spring day in 1930. He rose from his bed, and unseen went into the garden. 
When he was found, he was lying on the ground, one hand clutching his heart, the other holding a single white snowdrop. 
Arthur Conan Doyle died on Monday, July 7, 1930, surrounded by his family. His last words before departing for "the greatest and most glorious adventure of all," were addressed to his wife. He whispered, "You are wonderful."

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Cuadro de texto: 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. 
After Arthur reached his ninth birthday, the wealthy members of the Doyle family offered to pay for his studies. He atended a Jesuit boarding school in England, 
Family tradition would have dictated the pursuit of an artistic career, yet Arthur decided to follow a medical one.
In May of 1891, while writing some of the early Sherlock Holmes short stories, Conan Doyle was struck by a virulent attack of influenza, which left him between life and death for several days.