The Beekeeper's Apprentice, or, on the Segregation of the Queen Setting & Symbolism

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Sussex Downs

The place where Mary meets Sherlock Holmes, and where they both enjoy walking alone.

Oxford University

University that accepts Mary and houses her while she studies chemistry and theology.

OUDS

Dramatic society at Oxford, run by Veronica Beaconsfield.

Ratnakar Sanji

Character assumed by Mary as an elaborate prank at Oxford.

Oxford Calendar

Three terms at Oxford that include Michaelmas, Hilary and Trinity. Michaelmas is the first term in Autumn, Hilary is the winter term and Trinity is the spring term.

Diogenes Club

Gentleman's Club that Mycroft Holmes belongs to, and the place where Sherlock and Mary go to get his help after the first bomb goes off and the second is discovered.

The Storage Room

One of the many hideaways Holmes has in unlikely London locales. This one is windowless, small and filled with equipment useful to alter identity, including racks of clothes, a dressing table...

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