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The Hound of the Baskervilles
Narrator
Author
Deceptive
Illicit
Dr. Watson
Arthur Conan Doyle
giving an appearance or impression different from the true on…
forbidden by law, rules, or custom.
Narrator
Dr. Watson
Author
Arthur Conan Doyle
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Hound of the Baskervilles
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
What does Barrymore find in the firepl…
Barrymore noticed a letter that Sir Ch…
A secret window
Beryl
The ashes of a letter with the initials L.L.
Coombe Tracy
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
A secret window
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
Beryl
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The Hound of Baskervilles
SETTING
The legend of the hound of baskerville
Summary
Mr. Sherlock Holmes
main setting where all the events occur is England. The story…
Apparently, in the 1640s, a bad guy named Hugo Baskerville ki…
Doctor James Mortimer appears to consult Holmes about a very…
protagonist of the story... He is a detective and skeptic of the…
SETTING
main setting where all the events occur is England. The story…
The legend of the hound of baskerville
Apparently, in the 1640s, a bad guy named Hugo Baskerville ki…
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The hound of the Baskervilles
Forfeit
Intimate
Delirious
Quarry
To surrender, be deprived, or give up the right to.
Very personal
Disordered in mind, especially temporarily.
An open excavation or pit from which stone is obtained.
Forfeit
To surrender, be deprived, or give up the right to.
Intimate
Very personal
74 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
What had Henry lost at the hotel?
Why did Holmes follow Baskerville and…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
His new boot.
wanted 2 know if being followeds
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
Hound of the Baskervilles
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
wrong
brilliant
likable
theory
erroneous
wrong
luminous
brilliant
11 terms
Hound Of The Baskervilles
Philanthropist
Entomology
Phrenology
Devonshire
: altruistic (selfless) concern for human welfare and its adv…
the branch of zoology that studies insects. Stapleton is an e…
:an outdated science which analyzes a person's character and…
The location of Baskerville Hall.
Philanthropist
: altruistic (selfless) concern for human welfare and its adv…
Entomology
the branch of zoology that studies insects. Stapleton is an e…
39 terms
Hound Of the Baskervilles
Hugo Baskerville I
Hugo Baskerville II
Elizabeth Baskerville
John & Rodger Baskerville
- First to be killed by the hound... - In the legend
- Father of Rodger, John, Sir Henry, Elizabeth... - Wrote the tale
- Sister of Rodger, John, Sir Henry... - Not supposed to know ab…
- Brothers... - Sons of Hugo Baskerville II
Hugo Baskerville I
- First to be killed by the hound... - In the legend
Hugo Baskerville II
- Father of Rodger, John, Sir Henry, Elizabeth... - Wrote the tale
14 terms
Hound Of the Baskervilles
Jack Stapleton/Sir Rodger Baskerville
Sir Hugo Baskerville
Sir Henry Baskerville
Sir Charles Baskerville
a cruel murderer, the bad guy, a liar and was married but pre…
A Baskerville ancestor from the 1700's. His wicked behavior i…
Sir Charles Baskerville's younger brother. Stapleton wanted h…
the old Baskerville, that cam after Hugo, he dies at the begi…
Jack Stapleton/Sir Rodger Baskerville
a cruel murderer, the bad guy, a liar and was married but pre…
Sir Hugo Baskerville
A Baskerville ancestor from the 1700's. His wicked behavior i…
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hound of the baskervilles
servent to charles and henry
mrs stapleton
the spy rode in one
Holmes's boy helper
barrymore
beryl
cab
cartwright
servent to charles and henry
barrymore
mrs stapleton
beryl
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
baying
clandestine
craniology
ferrule
prolonged howling
secretive
study of brains
object used for fastening
baying
prolonged howling
clandestine
secretive
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
accomplice
bizarre
captivating
colleague
a person who knowingly helps another in a criminal act
strange and unusual
attracting because of charm and beauty
a professional associate
accomplice
a person who knowingly helps another in a criminal act
bizarre
strange and unusual
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Hound of the baskervilles
Barrymore
Baskervilles
Beryl
Cab
Servant to Charles and Henry
Hound of the ______
Mrs.Stapleton
The spy rode in on one
Barrymore
Servant to Charles and Henry
Baskervilles
Hound of the ______
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HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES, CHARACTERS
Sherlock Holmes
Dr. John Watson
Sir Henry Baskerville
Dr. James Mortimer
This character is emotionally repressed, though completely lo…
This character is courageous and loyal
This character is very headstrong, though immensely likable
This character studies skull formations
Sherlock Holmes
This character is emotionally repressed, though completely lo…
Dr. John Watson
This character is courageous and loyal
62 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
fog
hang
moor
sigh
mgła
wisieć, zawieszać
wrzosowisko
wzdychać
fog
mgła
hang
wisieć, zawieszać
Hound of the Baskervilles
Sir Charles Baskerville
Dr. Watson
Laura Lyons
The Grimpen Mire
Died of heart failure
Holmes' Assistant
Laura - L.L
Mire
Sir Charles Baskerville
Died of heart failure
Dr. Watson
Holmes' Assistant
Hound of the Baskervilles
Monoliths "huge monoliths"
Fortnight "a fortnight has passed"
Disapprobation "the strongest disappro…
Tête-à-tête "being tête-à-tête"
N. Blocks of stone
N. Two weeks
N. Strong disapproval
N. Private conversation
Monoliths "huge monoliths"
N. Blocks of stone
Fortnight "a fortnight has passed"
N. Two weeks
The Hound of the Baskervilles
House Surgeon
May 14
Roger and Henry
Sir Henry
What was James Mortimer's Occupation
What is the date of Sir Charles Baskerville's death?
What were the names of Sir Charles 2 other brothers?
Who is the last alive of the Baskerville family?
House Surgeon
What was James Mortimer's Occupation
May 14
What is the date of Sir Charles Baskerville's death?
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Sherlock Holmes
Dr. Watson
Sir Henry Baskerville
Sir Charles Baskerville
The novel's protagonist and the hero of this tale. From other…
The novel's other protagonist and narrator. He is the stout s…
The late Sir Charles's nephew and closet living relative. He…
The figure whose death inspires the investigation and was the…
Sherlock Holmes
The novel's protagonist and the hero of this tale. From other…
Dr. Watson
The novel's other protagonist and narrator. He is the stout s…
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
Baskerville Family Tree
Dr. James Mortimer
Dr. Watson
Holmes
Hugo-> Sir Charles-> Sir Henry and Sir Rodger-> Stapleton
Country physician, in has 30's, the only one who saw all of t…
Holmes' assistant, accompanies Sir Henry throughout his stay…
Detective, extraordinary powers of detection, secretly observ…
Baskerville Family Tree
Hugo-> Sir Charles-> Sir Henry and Sir Rodger-> Stapleton
Dr. James Mortimer
Country physician, in has 30's, the only one who saw all of t…
39 terms
Hound Of the Baskervilles
introduction
Victorian Sherlock
21st Century Sherlock
Similarities in Sherlock
changes help to modernise the Hound of the Baskervilles from…
reserved, composed, reveals deduction to himself until the la…
extremely erratic, volcalises all of his thoughts, no filter,…
know for his intelligence, rational thinking and powers of ob…
introduction
changes help to modernise the Hound of the Baskervilles from…
Victorian Sherlock
reserved, composed, reveals deduction to himself until the la…
72 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
In Chapter 1, who was the narrator?
In Chapter 1, from what object did Wat…
In Chapter 1, what did Holmes induce f…
In Chapter 1, how did Mortimer inadver…
Watson (Sherlock Holmes' Assistant)
His cane. It was quite beaten up, left at a house (or on a st…
It showed he had a spaniel, walked a lot, and was quite frien…
Mortimer called him the second best detective in Europe, and…
In Chapter 1, who was the narrator?
Watson (Sherlock Holmes' Assistant)
In Chapter 1, from what object did Wat…
His cane. It was quite beaten up, left at a house (or on a st…
25 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
What does Barrymore find in the firepl…
Barrymore noticed a letter that Sir Ch…
A secret window
Beryl
The ashes of a letter with the initials L.L.
Coombe Tracy
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
A secret window
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
Beryl
54 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Where the curse happens, the ancestral…
Where Holmes is staying while he is hi…
Dies of a heart attack... very generous... e…
-Married to Mr. Barrymore... -The woman h…
Baskerville Hall
Hut on the Moor
Sir Charles Baskerville
Mrs. Barrymore
Where the curse happens, the ancestral…
Baskerville Hall
Where Holmes is staying while he is hi…
Hut on the Moor
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The hound of Baskervilles
Dolichocephalic
Parietal
Fulsome
Covet
To have a large skull
Pertaining to or forming the walls of any body cavity
Offensive and distasteful because of excess
To have the desire for something
Dolichocephalic
To have a large skull
Parietal
Pertaining to or forming the walls of any body cavity
100 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
"It is clear from Holmes's summing up…
"Lycett describes the events of the au…
"Dr. Mortimer's friend and neighbor, S…
"Holmes's appearance in the story with…
Hodge, James L.... Holmes believes that the hound was the one ki…
Hodge, James L. ... Explaining the supernatural represented in t…
Hodge, James L.... Introducing that there is a curse on the neig…
Hodge, James L.... Holmes personality throughout the story makes…
"It is clear from Holmes's summing up…
Hodge, James L.... Holmes believes that the hound was the one ki…
"Lycett describes the events of the au…
Hodge, James L. ... Explaining the supernatural represented in t…
70 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
"That Dr Mortimer is a successful, eld…
"It may be that you are not yourself l…
"Which I should describe roughly as be…
Now is the dramatic moment of fate, Wa…
Page 2 ... Describing Dr. Mortimer
Page 3 ... Appear good vs actually being good/ how you portray y…
Page 5 ... Describing the 'hound' that might be killing their fa…
Page 7 ... This is the beginning, where Dr, Mortimer asks Sherlo…
"That Dr Mortimer is a successful, eld…
Page 2 ... Describing Dr. Mortimer
"It may be that you are not yourself l…
Page 3 ... Appear good vs actually being good/ how you portray y…
12 terms
"The Hound of the Baskervilles"
moor
bleakness
uncannily
fatigue
a tract of uncultivated upland
without hope or encouragement, depression, dreariness
strange or mysterious especially in an unsettling way
extreme tiredness, typically resulting from mental or physica…
moor
a tract of uncultivated upland
bleakness
without hope or encouragement, depression, dreariness
107 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Pique
Gainsay
Elicit
Scion
bother, irritation for someone's arrogance
contradict, deny
draw out
heir
Pique
bother, irritation for someone's arrogance
Gainsay
contradict, deny
77 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Who is the narrator of the novel?
What is Holmes examining at the beginn…
How is Mortimer described?
How does Mortimer feel about Holmes?
Dr. Watson
A walking stick that was left there
He is successful, elderly medical man, and well-esteemed
Mortimer feels that he is better than Holmes
Who is the narrator of the novel?
Dr. Watson
What is Holmes examining at the beginn…
A walking stick that was left there
66 terms
the hound of the baskervilles
pugnacious (adj)
ruddy (adj)
reason (n)
languid (adj)
eager to fight
having a healthy, red color
the power to understand
relaxed
pugnacious (adj)
eager to fight
ruddy (adj)
having a healthy, red color
Hound of the Baskervilles
Why was Holmes usually late in the mor…
Who is the narrator?
What date was engraved on the stick Wa…
Who is Mortimer?
lack of sleep at night
Watson
1884
elderly, doctor, well esteemed
Why was Holmes usually late in the mor…
lack of sleep at night
Who is the narrator?
Watson
10 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
How many times did Charles' ash drop?
Who can find their way through the Mire?
Who was supplying Selden with food?
How many brothers did Sir Charles have?
Twice
Stapleton
Mr Barrymore
Two
How many times did Charles' ash drop?
Twice
Who can find their way through the Mire?
Stapleton
26 terms
The hound of the Baskervilles
Litel
Vehemence
Paroxysm
Surmise
Horizontal top piece over a door or window
Strong feeling
A sudden and violent putburst
To guess or infer based on evidence
Litel
Horizontal top piece over a door or window
Vehemence
Strong feeling
52 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
What is the setting of The Hound of th…
Who narrates the story
What does Holmes conclude about Mortim…
Who works for Sir Charles and what wer…
1889 221 B Baker Street London and Baskerville Hall in Devons…
John Watson
He's under 30, amiable absent-minded, and a dog owner
Barrymore and mrs. Barrymore who were the Butler and housekee…
What is the setting of The Hound of th…
1889 221 B Baker Street London and Baskerville Hall in Devons…
Who narrates the story
John Watson
Hound of the Baskervilles
Who is the narrator of the Hound of th…
Which two characters are examples of f…
What is the main setting of the story?
What instrument does Holmes use to rel…
Dr. Watson
Dr. Watson & Sherlock
Devonshire
A Violin
Who is the narrator of the Hound of th…
Dr. Watson
Which two characters are examples of f…
Dr. Watson & Sherlock
10 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
Who is the narrator?
What were the circumstances of Sir Cha…
What did the manuscript say?
What were the private facts?
Dr. James Watson
He went for a walk, stood at the gate for a few minutes, and…
It tells about the curse and how it came to be.
Sir Charles had taken the legend to heart... Dr. Mortimer had se…
Who is the narrator?
Dr. James Watson
What were the circumstances of Sir Cha…
He went for a walk, stood at the gate for a few minutes, and…
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
What had Henry lost at the hotel?
Why did Holmes follow Baskerville and…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
His new boot.
wanted 2 know if being followeds
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
The Hound Of The Baskervilles
What nationality was arthur conan doyle
what was his first occupation
when did he become a full time author?…
In what periodical were most of the ad…
scottish
occulist
1891 ; 32 years old
The Strand Magazine
What nationality was arthur conan doyle
scottish
what was his first occupation
occulist
The Hound of the Baskervilles
What did Watson and Holmes inspect to…
What did the visitor use to determine…
What is the animal that is "haunting"…
Who is the narrator?
A cane
Deep footprints, Ash
A hound
Dr. Watson
What did Watson and Holmes inspect to…
A cane
What did the visitor use to determine…
Deep footprints, Ash
66 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Who is the narrator?
Where is Holmes and Watson's office?
What was forgotten in the office?
What does Watson conclude about the ca…
Dr. Watson
221B Baker Street, London
a cane
an elderly doctor from the hunting club
Who is the narrator?
Dr. Watson
Where is Holmes and Watson's office?
221B Baker Street, London
Hound of the Baskervilles
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
What does Barrymore find in the firepl…
Barrymore noticed a letter that Sir Ch…
A secret window
Beryl
The ashes of a letter with the initials L.L.
Coombe Tracy
What does Watson discover that Mr. Bar…
A secret window
Who does Sir Henry propose to?
Beryl
Hound of Baskervilles
The narrator is
The climax of story is
Protagonist of story
The antagonist
watson
When sir Henry heads home and is attacked by the hound
Dr watson and sherlock
Jack stapleton
The narrator is
watson
The climax of story is
When sir Henry heads home and is attacked by the hound
79 terms
Hound of the Baskervilles
erroneous
luminous
amiable
hypothesis
wrong
brilliant
likable
theory
erroneous
wrong
luminous
brilliant
15 terms
Hound of Baskervilles
6 Rules
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Sherlock Holmes
John Watson
Memorable detective... Significant Crime... Worthy Opponent... Clues... S…
Author of HOB
main detective
Point of view 1st person... assistant detective
6 Rules
Memorable detective... Significant Crime... Worthy Opponent... Clues... S…
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Author of HOB
The hound of the baskervilles
What was laurers excuse for meeting si…
What did frankland think he saw on the…
Where was sir Charles meant to meet LL
What suspicions did we have of stapleton
To get money because of her recent divorce
A boy giving the convict food
At the gate where he died
We knew that he knew the moor well and could of easily escape…
What was laurers excuse for meeting si…
To get money because of her recent divorce
What did frankland think he saw on the…
A boy giving the convict food
74 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
What had Henry lost at the hotel?
Why did Holmes follow Baskerville and…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
His new boot.
wanted 2 know if being followeds
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Who has died at the estate in Devonshi…
What is contained in the manuscript th…
Describe Hugo Baskerville.
What is the legend in the manuscript a…
Sir Charles Baskerville
It contains the information about Hugo's death and the legend…
Hugo is an evil man who kidnapped a woman.
The legend is about a hound who was released by the words of…
Who has died at the estate in Devonshi…
Sir Charles Baskerville
What is contained in the manuscript th…
It contains the information about Hugo's death and the legend…
18 terms
The Hounds of the Baskervilles
Sir Charles has a heart attack
Sherlock Holmes interviews the cab dri…
Sir Henry arrives in London
Several people see a giant creature on…
Sherlock Holmes proposes that Dr. Watson accompany Sir Henry…
One of Sir Henry's new boots disappears
Sir Henry buys new boots
Sir Charles plans to meet with a friend or acquaintance
Sir Charles has a heart attack
Sherlock Holmes proposes that Dr. Watson accompany Sir Henry…
Sherlock Holmes interviews the cab dri…
One of Sir Henry's new boots disappears
74 terms
The Hound of the Baskervilles
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
What had Henry lost at the hotel?
Why did Holmes follow Baskerville and…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
His new boot.
wanted 2 know if being followeds
Henry Baskerville received a note at t…
"As you value your life, keep away from the moor."
What did Holmes deduce from the messag…
That some of the words were the same as on a Times newspaper…
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