A small book report on the famous Sherlock Holmes book, The Hound of the Baskervilles. Suitable for a class book report in IBDP or similar.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1839-1930)from &Ldquo;the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”, &Ldquo;the Blue Carbuncle” And &Ldquo;the Three Students”
“The Blue Carbuncle” is the strange story about a couple of thieves, a goose and a precious stone.“The Three Students” is set in one the famous University Town (Oxford or Cambridge). In 1893 Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson happen to be there. Mr. Hilton Soames of St. Luke’s comes to see Sherlock Holmes to ask his advice on a delicate matter. He is an examiner for an important scholarship and the first of the examination papers, a passage of Greek for translation, has been copied by an unknown person, most probably a student, whilst it was in his care.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on 22nd May 1859 in Edinburgh, died 7th July 1930th Life surrounded by these two dates filled with abundance, not only the creative work of writers, but also extensive civic activity in his time he has brought international fame and inspired the French to do that for him, came up with a nickname, a good figure ‘.
How Does Arthur Conan Doyle create impending mystery in his stories towards the reader?