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02:55:56 PM Sep 2nd 2017
The Babysitter's Club example is really Not Allowed to Grow Up and not this trope, right?
07:27:32 AM Nov 7th 2013
No idea about CBS' Elementary, but hasn't BBC's Sherlock caused a considerable rift in what's considered the "right" Sherlock Holmes era? I think the whole reason that Gatiss and Moffat created it was to prove that the style and essence of the stories isn't "Victorian age".
08:17:54 AM Nov 7th 2013
I love Sherlock, but I don't think it's genuinely created a rift to that degree. Holmes is still widely considered Victorian and I'd imagine will continue to be that way.
07:41:07 PM Sep 3rd 2017
Guys, "Setting Sherlock Holmes in (then) Present" has been done before - the famous Sidney Paget version was set in the then-present for instance...

Only the original books - and then only the ones that were written later - are stuck in the Victorian Age as opposed to set roughly concurrent to the time they came out in.
11:26:22 AM Nov 7th 2012

So which is it? Was the Swinging Sixties really brief, or did it extend into the 1970s?
12:20:34 AM Aug 12th 2012
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Are the novels Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo considered Frozen in Time due to the references to the 1872 Cavite mutiny and the Luzon tobacco monopoly?
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