Nero Wolfe is a fictional character, created in 1934 by the American mystery writer Rex Stout. Wolfe's confidential assistant Archie Goodwin narrates the cases of the detective genius. Stout wrote 33 novels and 39 short stories from 1934 to 1974, with most of them set in New York City. Wolfe's residence, a luxurious brownstone on West 35th Street, features prominently in the series. Many radio, television and film adaptations were made from his works.
The Nero Wolfe corpus was nominated for Best Mystery Series of the Century at Bouchercon 2000, the world's largest mystery convention, and Rex Stout was a nominee for Best Mystery Writer of the Century.
... is the younger version of fictional detective Nero Wolfe in the mystery series by Rex Stout ... Lupa also shares several of Wolfe's attributes, including a tendency to be overweight, a love for fine cooking, orchids, and beer, distaste for the female sex, and a preference for the color yellow ... Like Wolfe, Lupa has a mistress named Anna, whom he treats poorly ...
... Based on Petronius' Satyricon (set during the reign of Nero) Flashback Raffaele Andreassi Fred Robsahm Drama Entered into the 1969 Cannes Film Festival The Libertine Pasquale ... Nell'anno del Signore Nell'anno della luna Nero Wolfe Circuito chiuso Nero Wolfe Il patto dei sei Nero Wolfe Il pesce più grosso Nero Wolfe Per la fama di ...
... of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's radio series Nero Wolfe (1982), starring Mavor Moore as Nero Wolfe and Don Francks as Archie Goodwin ...
... include the meticulous construction of the brownstone house of Nero Wolfe for the A E original film The Golden Spiders A Nero Wolfe Mystery (2000) and ...
... A Nero Wolfe newspaper comic strip appeared from 1956 to 1958, drawn by Mike Roy ... Nero Wolfe was highlighted in volume 17 of the Case Closed manga's edition of "Gosho Aoyama's Mystery Library," a section of the graphic novels (usually the last page) where the author ...
Famous quotes containing the words wolfe and/or nero:
“But he lay like a warrior taking his rest
With his martial cloak around him.”
—Charles Wolfe (17911823)
“The ghost of the heart of manred Cain
And the more murderous brain
Of Man, still redder Nero that conceived the death
Of his mother Earth, and tore
Her womb, to know the place where he was conceived.”
—Dame Edith Sitwell (18871964)