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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the famous creator of Sherlock Holmes has lived on through his novels and short stories. Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born on May 22, 1859 in Edinburgh, Scotland. His father was a chronic alcoholic, but was still able to illustrate some of Arthur's early stories. Arthur Doyle was sent to a Jesuit boarding school in England when he was nine, but was found rebelling against his family's Roman Catholic upbringing.

After several years, he started attending the University of Edinburgh Medical School ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate"). By this time, Arthur co-signed the committal papers to send his father to an asylum for his alcoholism. "At the University, he took classes with Dr. Joseph Bell, whose skills in diagnosis extended beyond the medical into various aspects of character study and detecting clues regarding a subject's profession and habits, characteristics that make Bell the single most significant source for the kinds of unusual talents displayed by Sherlock Holmes"(Benstock, Bernard p.162). He earned degrees and became a physician, which he attached as characteristics of Dr. Watson, in the Sherlock Holmes books (Benstock, Bernard p.162).

In 1879, Arthur Doyle published his first story, The Mystery of the Sasassa Valley. He obtained his first medical job serving as a ship's surgeon, but left that and pursued other medical positions. He eventually opened his first medical practice in Portsmouth. After writing his second story, he stated, "'It was in this year that I first learned that shillings might be earned in other ways than by filling phials'" (The Official Web site of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate"). He married Louisa Hawkins in the August of 1885. In March of 1886, Arthur Conan Doyle, now adding his middle name to his sir name, published a novel which sent him into his world of fame: A Study in Scarlet, his first Sherlock Holmes story. His first child, Mary, was born in 1890. That same year, he continued writing The White Company, a historical novel which he always said was the work he enjoyed most writing. "He told a journalist, 'I was young and full of the first joy of life and action, and I think I got some of it into my pages. When I wrote the last line, I remember that I cried: Well, I'll never beat that and threw the inky pen at the opposite wall'" ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate").

In the May of 1891, Conan Doyle finally decided to abandon his medical career for writing his Sherlock Holmes stories. "He exclaimed, 'I remember in my delight taking the handkerchief which lay upon the coverlet in my enfeebled hand and tossing it up to the ceiling in my exultation. I should at last be my own master'" ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate").

Louisa gave birth to their son, Kingsley in 1892, of which Conan Doyle called "the chief event of his life" ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate"). However, the next year, Arthur who was angry about Sherlock Holmes overshadowing some of his other "finer" works decided to end the series. He published The Adventure of the Final Problem in which Sherlock Holmes eventually died.

In 1900, Conan Doyle left for the Boer War, a British war in Africa. He enlisted as a soldier but was dispatched as a surgeon instead. After returning he wrote of the war, in The Great Boer War. He finished the Hound of the Baskervilles the next year, which many regarded as his best Sherlock Holmes work ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate"). Conan Doyle was knighted in 1902, after his service in the Boer War, and his writing of The War in South Africa: Its Cause and Conduct.

Louisa died in 1906, and Conan Doyle married Jean Lackie, a woman who he had known for over nine years. He reopened two criminal cases closed by the government and solved them as a real-life Sherlock Holmes. He soon, however, started writing a different genre of literature: Science Fiction. His life was seriously altered by WWI. He gave several of his own strategies for the war, and even attempted to enlist, at age fifty-five. Conan Doyle lost his son Kingsley, his brother, his two brothers-in-law and his two nephews in the war. This led all the more to his deepening depression ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate").

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle began to fall deeper and deeper into the idea of "Spiritualism." Spiritualism is the idea that man is a dual being, he has a spiritual self that never dies, and can even be communicated to during the present life. It had shown itself earlier in his doubts of Catholicism as a youth, and his various stories that showed his thoughts of ghosts and communication with the dead (Benstock, Bernard p.164). He continued in his world of Spiritualism until his death on July 7, 1930. He died in his home, "Windlesham", and his last words, "The greatest and most glorious adventure of all," were addressed to his wife. He whispered, "You are wonderful" ("The Official Website of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Literary Estate").

Overview/Summary of The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles was written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1901. It begins its tale with a chapter that reveals Sherlock Holmes' character. Sherlock Holmes has discovered someone has been in his house and seeks to discover their identity. Dr. Mortimer soon arrives to answer the mini-mystery. He brings Holmes and Watson into the Curse of the Baskervilles. He begins by retelling the tale of Hugo Baskerville. Hugo, trying to catch a young lady on the moors near his estate, is found to have fallen victim to a terrible hound that killed the lady as well. From then on, the Baskervilles are said to have been cursed by this hound. The recent death of Sir Charles Baskerville has brought out the curse once again.

The next in line for the Baskerville estate and fortune, Sir Henry Baskerville, has made his way to London. As soon as he arrives he receives a warning note and has his boot stolen. Agreeing to take the case, Holmes and Watson accompany Henry around London. Holmes realizes that Henry is being followed, and must consider whether this man is friend or foe. Holmes, saying that he is too busy in London, sends Watson and Dr. Mortimer back to the estate in Devonshire with Henry.

While in Devonshire, Watson is thrown into a dangerous situation. An escaped convict is on the loose out on the moor, and several suspects present themselves for the murder of Charles. Watson notices several things while at the estate. The butler, Mr. Barrymore, is seen sneaking around the mansion at night. He also sees a man on the moor, and hears the sound of a dog howling. Ms. Stapleton, the neighbor, also is quick to warn Henry of danger. As Dr. Watson searches further, he discovers that Charles was planning to meet a woman named Laura Lyons on the night of his death.

As Watson continues his investigations, he discovers that Mr. Barrymore's trips at night are actually to help the escaped convict who is hiding on the moor. The convict happened to be Mrs. Barrymore's brother. Watson realizes that there were actually two men on the moor: The convict and none other than Sherlock Holmes himself. Holmes had Watson's reports redirected back to the estate. He had to stay undercover in order to piece together this difficult mystery. Holmes and Watson continue to work on the case and Holmes comes upon some interesting results.

As Holmes studies a photograph of Hugo Baskerville, he notices something incredibly similar to Mr. Stapleton. He deducts that Mr. Stapleton is actually a Baskerville himself. He is in line to get the fortune after Sir Henry. Holmes and Watson talk to Laura Lyons, and find out that she was being used by Stapleton. He convinced her to make the appointment with Charles the night he died and then cancel it. This allowed Mr. Stapleton to unleash his ferocious dog which gave Charles a heart attack. In the climax, Holmes and Watson use Henry as bait to catch Stapleton. After having dinner at the Stapletons' home, Sir Henry heads back across the moor to his mansion. Stapleton unleashes his fierce hound on Henry, and Holmes and Watson are just in time to rescue Henry and kill the hound. Holmes finds Ms. Stapleton tied up in the house after refusing to help in the dastardly scheme and was found to be Mr. Stapleton's wife and not his sister like he had said. They go looking for Stapleton, who had changed his name in order to avoid suspicion. Out in the moor, they find Henry's missing boot, and find that Stapleton drowned in his escape.

As Holmes and Watson return to London, they tie up some loose ends. Holmes reveals that the missing boot was used to give the hound Henry's scent, and the warning note was from Mrs. Stapleton to keep Henry from coming to the moor. Watson finally can file the case as closed.

Critical Analysis of The Hound of the Baskervilles

Influences

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle did not just write The Hound of the Baskervilles from nothing. Conan Doyle, like any author, was influenced greatly through a variety of sources. Writers are often influenced by other writers, and it appears that Conan Doyle was influenced by many others himself. It appears that Herman Melville may have had an influence in some of his writings (Haycock, Chris. "Ezine Articles"). Most of his works also appear to be influenced by the likes of Edgar Allen Poe. Conan Doyle stated that Poe's works were, "a model for all time" (Thomas, Drew. "World's Best Detective Crime and Murder Mystery Books").

Conan Doyle also had inspiration for more than the story. The characters were based on real life people. Sherlock Holmes is believed to be based on the real life person of Dr. Joseph Bell. Conan Doyle met Dr. Bell while attending medical school. Dr. Bell could deduce several important facts about his patients that would help his practice. It is clear that he fits the personality of Sherlock Holmes well. It also appears that Dr. Watson was based on Conan Doyle's own experiences. He gives Watson his own profession, and Watson works with Sherlock Holmes in much the same way that Conan Doyle studied with Dr. Bell. ("The Chronicles of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle").

It is clear that Conan Doyle's personality played a large part in his works. He was known as a man of science, a romancer, and also as a proud spiritualist. The man of science and the romancer are very apparent in all of his Sherlock Holmes stories, as Holmes and Watson display those characteristics often. His spiritualist nature was only just beginning at the time he wrote The Hound of the Baskervilles. Spiritualism does show itself as a major theme throughout the book as a ghost dog appears to have killed several people. In the end, however, it was just an ordinary dog which shows how Conan Doyle hadn't quite made the decision to follow Spiritualism (Benstock, Bernard. p.164). The Hound of the Baskervilles was influenced greatly in many areas.

Main Themes

The Hound of the Baskervilles is filled with themes that drive the story. The battle between the natural and supernatural is one of the key themes that Conan Doyle presents in his book. As the curse of the Baskervilles is revealed, Watson and the rest of the cast struggle with whether the mystery could be rooted in logical fact or fantasy. Watson and Dr. Mortimer tend to side with the idea that the answer is something more than facts can describe. However, Holmes always points to a logical answer that can be found by studying reality. Conan Doyle's root in Spiritualism seems to contradict Holmes' principles. Conan Doyle put his scientific nature into Holmes and based his overall character on Dr. Bell. He put many of his other characteristics, including some Spiritualist tendencies in Watson. Conan Doyle's search between truth and fantasy parallels Holmes' search for the truth in the book. This main idea adds an important dimension to the story and helps the reader associate with Conan Doyle even more ("Spark notes").

Another theme that fills the story is crime and the fight between good and evil. Stapleton is willing to murder in his desire for money and wealth. The other criminal in the story, the escaped convict, is somehow looked at in a better light. He also has committed murder, but Conan Doyle does not focus the same attention on him, which seems to point to Conan Doyle's belief that there are different levels of crime. Holmes' main role in the story is to fight evil and crime. He is called in to the case for the specific purpose of catching the culprit of the first murder, and in order to prevent another murder. Holmes and Watson must work to make good triumph over the evil they are battling. It is clear Conan Doyle felt strongly about this topic, as he continued writing the Sherlock Holmes stories. The fight between good and evil pushes the story forward, for there could be no Sherlock Holmes without it ("The Best Notes").

Stylistic Devices

Arthur Conan Doyle uses several devices in which he can tell the story better. He relies heavily on the setting in order to communicate the mood. It is important to develop "the mood of mystery" in mystery novels. Conan Doyle relates the setting in great detail in The Hound of the Baskervilles to bring the reader into the story. Conan Doyle uses Holmes' excellent deductive skills to give the reader a complete sense of what the area looks like. The use of a descriptive setting is one of the major techniques that Conan Doyle uses to help bring out the mood of mystery in this story (Marten, Ronda. "Associated Content").

Conan Doyle uses Dr. Watson as the narrator of the story to give a unique look at the mystery. The first person point of view in Sherlock Holmes allows the reader to live the mystery from the eyes of someone who was there, rather than from an outside source as in third person. Dr. Watson is not the protagonist in the story, unlike most stories that are written in first person. He does, however, give a unique look at the thoughts of someone who is very close to the center of the story. Dr. Watson follows Holmes and adds his own thoughts to the detectives interesting methods. Being in the place of Dr. Watson allows the reader to follow Holmes around and see what it is like to be by the side of the best detective in the world.

The main character of the story, Sherlock Holmes, is absent for a period of time in the story, which gives a unique chance for Conan Doyle to use different techniques. He has Dr. Watson write notes to Holmes concerning the case. Instead of being in the story, readers are told of the story after it has already happened when Watson relates the story to Holmes. These memoirs put the reader in the place of Holmes for a few chapters, as it is Holmes who reads these letters and make his own assumptions from them. Conan Doyle's use of this method creates a distinctive look at one of Conan Doyle's greatest work.

Characters

The use of different characters in the story enhances the nature of the mystery. Sherlock Holmes, the protagonist, brings out the battle between good and evil. He is an extraordinary detective that puzzles even his "sidekick," Dr. Watson, with his bizarre methods. He picks up on unique things in his search for the truth that astound those around him. He moves the story along, and his observations are what drive the story. He is very logical, and sees no need for anything that hinders productivity.

The story is told from the point of view of Dr. Watson. Watson is Holmes' assistant and is the main character for a small part in the story when Holmes is absent. A doctor by profession, he helps Holmes with organization, and with diagnosing individuals' problems. He follows Holmes' lead, but in the middle of this book he operates on his own. He works apart from Holmes' and sends reports back to Him so that he can keep up with the case. His diary journals back to Holmes make up several chapters of the book.

The antagonist, Mr. Stapleton lives next door to the Baskerville estate. It takes the entire story for Holmes and Watson to discover that he is the culprit behind the attack. Stapleton is found to be in the lineage of the Baskervilles. He covered up his true identity in order to remain less of a suspect. He studied the moors while he was searching for butterflies, which enabled him to hide his dangerous hound in the moor where no one else could find it. He brings back the curse to the Baskerville family by bringing the hound to murder Charles. Stapleton eventually drowns in the moor as he is trying to escape.

Sir Henry Baskerville is another main character in the story. He is heir to the Baskerville fortune, and for that reason is in danger. Henry has to deal with other things as well; he has to work out his love. He was in love with Miss Stapleton, but at the end he finds out she was actually married to Mr. Stapleton and not his sister as it was previously thought. Holmes finally figures out that it is Stapleton who was hunting him and is able to stop the evil plot, but only by using Henry as bait. Sir Henry is finally safe when Stapleton dies in the moor.

Test Over Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Life and The Hound of the Baskervilles

When was Arthur Conan Doyle born?

May 13, 1863

July 4, 1776

May 22, 1859

Yesterday

2) What Medical school did Arthur Conan Doyle attend?

Rush University Medical School

The University of Edinburgh Medical School

Johns Hopkins Medical School

University of Chicago

3) What real life person was Sherlock Holmes based on?

Dr. Roland Lindstrom

Dr. Joseph Bell

Detective Adrian Monk

Detective Philip Brown

4) Who was Conan Doyle's first wife?

Louisa Hawkins

Darlene Williams

Hilda Bernstein

Phyllis Wagner

5) In what year did Conan Doyle publish his first story?

1798

1879

1894

1901

6) What was the first Sherlock Holmes story that Conan Doyle published?

The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

A Study in Scarlet

The Adventure of the Lion's mane

7) What did Conan Doyle consider the chief event of his life?

His birth

The publication of his first Sherlock Holmes story

The birth of his second child, Kingsley

His writing of The White Company

8) For what did Conan Doyle get knighted?

His Sherlock Holmes work

His medical career

His service in parliament

His writing of the War in South Africa: Its Cause and conduct

9) What genre of literature did Conan Doyle begin writing at the end of his life?

Historical Fiction

Biographies

Non-fiction how-to books

Science Fiction

10) When did Conan Doyle die?

July 7, 1930

December 4, 1923

December 13, 1924

April 11, 1905

11) What is the climax of The Hound of the Baskervilles?

When Holmes realizes that Stapleton is related to the Baskervilles

When Henry heads back across the moor, and Holmes and Watson catch the Hound thwarting Stapleton's plan

When Stapleton is found to have drowned in the moor

When Watson realizes that Holmes was hiding on the moor

12) How is Miss Stapleton actually related to Mr. Stapleton?

She actually is his sister

She is his cousin

She is his mother

She is his wife

13) Why was Henry's boot stolen?

To give Henry's scent to the hound

Because the thief wanted a new boot

To scare Henry away from the moor

To keep Henry from walking

14) Arthur Conan Doyle called whose work "a model for all time?"

Herman Melville

Agatha Christie

Edgar Allen Poe

H. G. Wells

15) Whose point of view was The Hound of the Baskervilles told from?

Sherlock Holmes

Dr. Watson

Henry Baskerville

It was written in third person

16) Who is the protagonist in the book?

Sherlock Holmes

Dr. Watson

Henry Baskerville

Stapleton

17) Who is the antagonist in the book?

Sherlock Holmes

Dr. Watson

Henry Baskerville

Stapleton

18) What was the name of the Baskerville who supposedly caused the curse of the Baskervilles?

Herman Baskerville

Harold Baskerville

Harvey Baskerville

Hugo Baskerville

19) Who were most of Dr. Watson's characteristics based on?

Dr. Joseph Bell

Conan Doyle himself

Conan Doyle's father

Conan Doyle's son

20) How did Stapleton die?

He was hit by a freight train

He was attacked by his own evil hound

He drowned in the moor

All of the Above

1) What was the name of Arthur Conan Doyle's second wife? ____________________________

2) When did Conan Doyle write The Hound of the Baskervilles? _________________________

3) To what belief system did Conan Doyle drift to at the end of his life?

_________________________

4) What was Conan Doyle's original profession? ______________________________________

5) What did Conan Doyle consider his best work? _____________________________________

6) Who illustrated the early Sherlock Holmes' work? ___________________________________

7) Why was Arthur Conan Doyle's father put in an asylum? _____________________________

8) Name a theme used in The Hound of the Baskervilles. ________________________________

9) Who owns the hound that killed Charles? __________________________________________

10) In what country was Arthur Conan Doyle born? __________________________________

Essay: Write a 5-7 sentance paragraph concerning the role of Spiritualism in the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. You may choose to write on the use of Spiritualism in The Hound of the Baskervilles, or how Conan Doyle allowed it to fill his life. You may use this paper to write on.

Test Answer Key

1) When was Arthur Conan Doyle born?

May 13, 1863

July 4, 1776

May 22, 1859

Yesterday

2) What Medical school did Arthur Conan Doyle attend?

Rush University Medical School

The University of Edinburgh Medical School

Johns Hopkins Medical School

University of Chicago

3) What real life person was Sherlock Holmes based on?

Dr. Roland Lindstrom

Dr. Joseph Bell

Detective Adrian Monk

Detective Philip Brown

4) Who was Conan Doyle's first wife?

Louisa Hawkins

Darlene Williams

Hilda Bernstein

Phyllis Wagner

5) In what year did Conan Doyle publish his first story?

1798

1879

1894

1901

6) What was the first Sherlock Holmes story that Conan Doyle published?

The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

A Study in Scarlet

The Adventure of the Lion's mane

7) What did Conan Doyle consider the chief event of his life?

His birth

The publication of his first Sherlock Holmes story

The birth of his second child, Kingsley

His writing of The White Company

8) For what did Conan Doyle get knighted?

His Sherlock Holmes work

His medical career

His service in parliament

His writing of the War in South Africa: Its Cause and conduct

9) What genre of literature did Conan Doyle begin writing at the end of his life?

Historical Fiction

Biographies

Non-fiction how-to books

Science Fiction

10) When did Conan Doyle die?

July 7, 1930

December 4, 1923

December 13, 1924

April 11, 1905

11) What is the climax of The Hound of the Baskervilles?

When Holmes realizes that Stapleton is related to the Baskervilles

When Henry heads back across the moor, and Holmes and Watson catch the Hound thwarting Stapleton's plan

When Stapleton is found to have drowned in the moor

When Watson realizes that Holmes was hiding on the moor

12) How is Miss Stapleton actually related to Mr. Stapleton?

She actually is his sister

She is his cousin

She is his mother

She is his wife

13) Why was Henry's boot stolen?

To give Henry's scent to the hound

Because the thief wanted a new boot

To scare Henry away from the moor

To keep Henry from walking

14) Arthur Conan Doyle called whose work "a model for all time?"

Herman Melville

Agatha Christie

Edgar Allen Poe

H. G. Wells

15) Whose point of view was The Hound of the Baskervilles told from?

Sherlock Holmes

Dr. Watson

Henry Baskerville

It was written in third person

16) Who is the protagonist in the book?

Sherlock Holmes

Dr. Watson

Henry Baskerville

Stapleton

17) Who is the antagonist in the book?

Sherlock Holmes

Dr. Watson

Henry Baskerville

Stapleton

18) What was the name of the Baskerville who supposedly caused the curse of the Baskervilles?

Herman Baskerville

Harold Baskerville

Harvey Baskerville

Hugo Baskerville

19) Who were most of Dr. Watson's characteristics based on?

Dr. Joseph Bell

Conan Doyle himself

Conan Doyle's father

Conan Doyle's son

20) How did Stapleton die?

He was hit by a freight train

He was attacked by his own evil hound

He drowned in the moor

All of the Above

1) What was the name of Arthur Conan Doyle's second wife? Jean Lackie__________________

2) When did Conan Doyle write The Hound of the Baskervilles? 1901_____________________

3) To what belief system did Conan Doyle drift to at the end of his life?

Spiritualism_______

4) What was Conan Doyle's original profession? A doctor/Physician_______________________

5) What did Conan Doyle consider his best work? The White Company____________________

6) Who illustrated the early Sherlock Holmes' work? His Father__________________________

7) Why was Arthur Conan Doyle's father put in an asylum? He was an alcoholic_____________

8) Name a theme used in The Hound of the Baskervilles. Good vs. Evil/ Natural vs. Supernatural

9) Who owns the hound that killed Charles? Stapleton__________________________________

10) In what country was Arthur Conan Doyle born? Scotland___________________________

Essay: Write a essay concerning the role of Spiritualism in the life of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. You may choose to write on the use of Spiritualism in The Hound of the Baskervilles, or how Conan Doyle allowed it to fill his life. You may use this paper to write on.

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle began to fall deeper and deeper into the idea of "Spiritualism." Spiritualism is the idea that man is a dual being, he has a spiritual self that never dies, and can even be communicated to during the present life. It had shown itself earlier in his doubts of Catholicism as a youth, and his various stories that showed his thoughts of ghosts and communication with the dead (Benstock, Bernard p.164). He continued in his world of Spiritualism until his death on July 7, 1930.

His spiritualist nature was only just beginning at the time he wrote The Hound of the Baskervilles. Spiritualism does show itself as a major theme throughout the book as a ghost dog appears to have killed several people. In the end, however, it was just an ordinary dog which shows how Conan Doyle hadn't quite made the decision to follow Spiritualism (Benstock, Bernard. p.164).

The battle between the natural and supernatural is one of the key themes that Conan Doyle presents in his book. As the curse of the Baskervilles is revealed, Watson and the rest of the cast struggle with whether the mystery could be rooted in logical fact or fantasy. Watson and Dr. Mortimer tend to side with the idea that the answer is something more than facts can describe. However, Holmes always points to a logical answer that can be found by studying reality. Conan Doyle's root in Spiritualism seems to contradict Holmes' principles. Conan Doyle put his scientific nature into Holmes and based his overall character on Dr. Bell. He put many of his other characteristics, including some Spiritualist tendencies in Watson. Conan Doyle's search between truth and fantasy parallels Holmes' search for the truth in the book.

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