»Artists and writers always engage with and respond to other writers. That’s how art gets made. And that’s why it’s a good thing for culture, for literature, and for Doyle himself that it looks like Holmes will finally be completely free to be used, abused, and celebrated by everybody, free of charge.«
Sherlock Holmes has broken free of the clutches of his captors, says Noah Berlatsky. His view on the copyright case of the great detective you can read at The Atlantic.