The Hound of the Baskervilles - “The Hound of the Baskervilles” by Arthur Conan Doyle

02/01/2010 21:51:30

"The Hound of the Baskervilles' by Arthur Conan Doyle

Oxford Bookworms Stage 4

One day a man called Dr. Mortimer comes to visit Sherlock Holmes to tells about a man who was killed mysteriously. His name is Charles Baskerville. He was killed by a gigantic dog just outside the Hall. The footprints near his death body don't belong to a human. Holmes and Dr Watson will reveal this terrible event. They go to the Baskerville's home together. There are two servants who hear some strange voices. They travel all round and they find some footprints of a large hound near the river. Later Sir Henry dies mysteriously. First he suspects from the maid's brother who escapes from the prison but then he is killed too.

The next day Dr Mortimer comes with an anonymous letter which warns them to keep away from the moor. Holmes and his friend go to the moor to find out something. There they find Stopleaton' s wife. She tells all the truth. Their surnames aren't Stopleaton and his husband's name Is Rodger Baskerville. He is the black sheep of the family. He escaped from America and changed his name. he always wants to be the master of Baskerville. Therefore he has to kill Charles who is afraid of the hound. Therefore Rodger buys a large hound and since Charles' heart is weak it is easy to kill him by the hound..

Holmes goes to the moor with Watson at night and when it comes they shoot it. Now it is safe for the family.

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