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Perfectly sound! said Holmes. hospital than from a hunt, and that when the ini-. And then again, there is the ‘friends of the . for Hugo Baskerville passed me upon his black mare, and there ran mute behind him such a hound of hell as God forbid should ever be at my heels. The facts of the case are simple. Sir Charles Baskerville was in the habit every night before going to bed of walking down the famous Yew Alley of Baskerville Hall. The evidence of the Barrymores shows that this had been his custom.
Baskerville Hall, formally Clyro Court. It is thought this house may have provided Conan Doyle with the inspiration for The Hound of the Baskervilles. The ruins of Fowelscombe House, viewed in 2008, a possible model for Baskerville Hall. It incorporates five plots: the ostensible 'curse' story, the two red-herring subplots concerning Selden and the other stranger living on the moor, the actual events occurring to Baskerville as narrated by Watson, and the hidden plot to be discovered by Holmes. Doyle wrote that the novel was originally conceived as a straight 'Victorian creeper' (as seen in the works of J. Sheridan Le Fanu), with the idea of introducing Holmes as the deus ex machina only arising later.
The manuscript tells the story of the Baskerville curse ~From Hugo Baskerville based down generation to generation. Hugo fell in love with a young woman who lived near the current Baskerville Estate, but the woman feared his name. 5-6 of his companions helped him sneak onto the farm and capture the woman. When they brought her to the Hall they placed her in the upper chamber. After being up there for a while a party was going on she realized vines were growing near the window so she slipped out the window and escaped.
The manuscript tells the story of Hugo Baskerville and the family curse. Why the Baskerville Family Is So Afraid of Dogs. This Hugo Baskerville, gets into some bad trouble around the time of the "Great Rebellion" (the English Civil War of 1642-1651). She manages to climb down some ivy to escape his evil clutches. Hugo Baskerville then has the bright idea of riding out after her with his pack of hounds. The drunken partygoers finally realize, hey, if Hugo Baskerville succeeds in catching her, something terrible is going to happen. Really? So they ride out after Hugo Baskerville and his pack of hounds. They find his lifeless body on the ground near the girl's. The girl has died of fear and exhaustion after running from Hugo Baskerville.
Sir Charles Baskerville is so focused on his fear of death and the hound that he allows his judgment to be impaired. At times, Watson and Sir Henry are also afraid, but they survive because they keep their wits about them and refuse to succumb to fear. People believe Baskerville Hall is haunted by the demon dog, and the moors are a place where the supernatural and the Gothic loom large.
The Baskerville estate is located out in the remote moor of Devonshire. Holmes and Watson are introduced to the case by Dr. Mortimer, a friend of Sir Charles Baskerville. Mortimer believes that a hound has in fact killed Sir Charles, because he found a paw print near Sir Charles's corpse. Watson also meets the Stapletons, a brother and sister who are friendly neighbors of the Baskerville estate. However, Miss Stapleton is clearly anxious, since she secretly warns Watson to leave the moor immediately, before learning he is not actually Sir Henry. Watson learns from Mr. Stapleton about the existence of Grimpen Mire, a part of the moor which is too dangerous to pass. On several occasions, he hears the frightening howl of a hound coming from this area of the moor.
Characterization relates to the theme and reinforces it by displaying what each of the characters feel about whether or not the hound of the Baskervilles does or does not exist. Dr. Mortimer, a friend of Holmes comes to visit him. The two discuss the existence of a hound, and Mortimer, believing in the supernatural beast, states, ‘There is a realm in which the most acute and most experienced of detectives is helpless’ (36).
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