Flashcards in Test 1: Chapters 1-6 Deck (25)
causing great horror
conclusion based on reasoning
harshness of manner
intentional and unprovoked
lacking a serious or respectful attitude
persuaded through flattery
stern; cold; grave
supported or strenghthened
trying; attempting; striving
with mouth wide open in surprise
What happened to Hugo Baskervill, according to the Baskervilel manuscript read by Dr. Mortimer?
He is killed by a devilish hound.
What is Holmes' reaction to the tale of Hugo Baskerville?
He says it is only interesting to a collector of fairy tales.
According to the Devon County Chronicle, what is the cause of Sir Charles Baskerville's death?
Who exclaims, "Mr. Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound!"?
Why does Dr. Mortimer come to see Holmes?
to ask Holmes to decide what do do with Sir Henry
What does the anonymous letter that Sir Henry receives say?
"As you value your life or your reason keep away from the moor."
What are the three threads that are snapped in Holmes' investigation?
Barrymore's possible connection to the spy; hte copy of the Times used to make the anonymous letter; the number of the cab which was driving the spy
Who accompanies Sir Henry to Baskerville Hall?
What is Watson and Sir Henry's first impression of Baskervill Hall?
it is dark and gloomy