The Hound Of The Baskervilles Chapter 1 Analysis

The Curious Incident of the dog in the night- time
Chapter 2
• The book opens seven minutes after midnight
• This book is from the point of view Christopher John Francis Boone
• Christopher finds Wellington who belonging to Mrs. Shears
• Wellington was dead with a garden fork through his side
Chapter 3
• Christopher can’t understand people’s emotions.
• Christopher every prime number up to 7,057.
• Christopher could only identify the sad face, which represents how he felt when he found Wellington dead.
Chapter 5
• Christopher removes the garden fork and picks up Wellington.
• Mrs. Shears comes out and yells at Christopher to get away from her dog.
• So Christopher puts his hands over his ears and curls into a ball on the grass, trying to
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Chapter 107
• Christopher describes his favourite book, The Hound of the Baskervilles by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
• Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must solve the murder of Sir Charles Baskerville, a rich lord whose family is being killed by a giant dog known as the Hound of the Baskervilles. The hound supposedly killed an ancestor of the family Hugo and it seems to have scared Sir Charles to death. Holmes decides that Stapleton, a neighbour of the family who wants to inherit their property, murdered Sir Charles by creating a fake of the hound. He brought a giant dog from London, covered it in a ghostly coat of glowing paint, and let it loose on Sir Charles. Holmes and Watson shoot and kill the dog and then follow Stapleton into the swamp where he drowns.
• Christopher likes Holmes because he focuses on the task at hand and notices things that others miss.
Chapter 109
• Siobhan sits down with Christopher to discuss the conversation he had with Mrs. Alexander. Christopher assures her that he does not feel upset
• Because his mother is dead and Mr. Shears doesn’t live nearby anymore
• To feel sad about something that doesn’t exist would be

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