jamiecabascos wrote:illustrated? what does this mean?
short stories are in PDF format, otherwise stated.
I have a hard cover copy of the "illustrated" Sherlock Holmes novels and some of the stories which I think is mostly the same as what you shared with a few pictures inserted here and there
I think I know what you mean. I think these books are the "Great Illustrated Classics". They're like a company which takes old stories like "Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde" (Just read it, it was awesome) and "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", model that book with a different cover on them, and put illustrations of the events on some of the pages. But as far as I know, you can't find them in PDF or anything on the Internet. I saw the "Sherlock Holmes Mysteries" as one of the "Great Illustrated Classics" in the library before, but I took a different version of it (Signet Classic Printing). The "Great Illustrated Classics" are somewhat smaller than they should be, and I think they change certain things in the stories. (To make them easier to read for younger people? I honestly don't know.)