Table of Contents
- 1 What happens in chapter 9 of The Hound of Baskerville?
- 2 What is Watson witness Chapter 9?
- 3 What is the main problem in The Hound of the Baskervilles?
- 4 What happens in Chapter 8 The Hound of the Baskervilles?
- 5 What does Watson witness in the middle of the night?
- 6 What made the hound to have flaming jaws?
- 7 How did Sherlock Holmes solve the Hound of the Baskervilles?
- 8 What has happened to Dr Mortimer’s dog?
What happens in chapter 9 of The Hound of Baskerville?
Sir Henry forgives Barrymore for standing by his wife, and rehires him as butler. He sends the Barrymores off to bed, and promises they’ll talk over things in the morning. After the Barrymores leave, Watson and Sir Henry look out the window. They can still see Selden’s candle burning out on the moor.
What is Watson witness Chapter 9?
What did Watson witness from the hill? Watson witnessed Sir Henry and Miss Stapleton walking along moor path and then Stapleton popped out of nowhere and went crazy.
Why is The Hound of the Baskervilles important?
It was the first Sherlock Holmes tale since the detective’s shocking “death” in the story “The Final Problem” (1893) but was set prior to his demise. The popularity of The Hound of the Baskervilles helped pave the way for Holmes’s appearance in later works.
What is the main problem in The Hound of the Baskervilles?
The main conflict in the story is Sherlock Holmes vs. Jack Stapleton. We do not know that Stapleton is the murderer until near the end, but he is the one who killed Charles Baskerville and set the events in motion.
What happens in Chapter 8 The Hound of the Baskervilles?
Watson told Sir Henry that Barrymore may not have received the telegram Holmes sent from London himself. So Sir Henry asks Barrymore if he read the telegram and replied to it himself. He answers that, since he was busy, he let his wife answer. Later on in the day, Barrymore asks if Sir Henry suspects him of something.
What does Watson want to find out concerning Barrymore?
He wanted to see if the telegram had been delivered to the hands of Mr. Barrymore. It was delivered to his wife, not him.
What does Watson witness in the middle of the night?
The strange event that Watson witnessed in the middle of the night was: a shadow walking down the corridor holding a candle. What did Watson discover about the window Barrymore has been looking out.
What made the hound to have flaming jaws?
The hound’s jaws were coated with phosphorus to make it look ghostly, demonic, and supernatural. As Watson describes it, it is: not such a hound as mortal eyes have ever seen. Fire burst from its open mouth, its eyes glowed with a smouldering glare, its muzzle and hackles and dewlap were outlined in flickering flame.
Is The Hound of Baskerville a real story?
Sherlock Holmes’ most famous case, the Hound of the Baskervilles, was set on foggy Dartmoor, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle got much of the inspiration for the book from real-life people and places – as well as folklore.
How did Sherlock Holmes solve the Hound of the Baskervilles?
Sherlock Holmes solves The Hound of the Baskervilles by using Sir Henry as bait and thereby, catching the culprits in the act.
What has happened to Dr Mortimer’s dog?
Significantly, Stapleton’s great luminous hound gobbles up Mortimer’s pet, leaving only a “skeleton with a tangle of brown hair adhering to it.” And finally we reach the great dog-wizard himself, Sherlock Holmes, who masterfully exposes and destroys Stapleton’s dog.
What does Miss Stapleton say to Watson?
What does Stapleton tell Watson that he did before coming to Devonshire? Stapleton tells Watson that he had a boys’ school in the north country before moving to Devonshire. He tells Watson that the school was forced to closed because some students died in a serious epidemic.