The Hound of the Baskervilles is a mystery novel with added superstition. Arthur Conan Doyle is the author of The Hound of the Baskervilles. In addition, he is the creator of the legendary Sherlock Holmes, and the Sherlock holms saga. The hound of Baskervilles was not originally supposed to be in the Holmes saga but because of society influence was changed to add Holmes into the mix. Furthermore, Holmes is a legion that Arthur Conan Doyle created that in turn was a success that out lived the author, Doyle. However, The Hound of the Baskervilles is said to be the best mystery novel of all time. Furthermore, it has elements of mystery that add suspense and keep the reader on edge. Arthur Conan Doyle wrote The Hound of the Baskervilles, creating Sherlock Holmes and provided points to overview.
Sherlock Holmes is a fictional character that is an excellent detective. The character Sherlock Holmes tends to analyze, preserve, and humiliate things around him.
Sherlock Holmes has the ability to analysis things around him that normally people would not notice. Holmes ability and skills of observation and the turn of the century scientific culture helps him solve the crime (Cranfield). Moreover, Holmes would use this unique skill to see things that could be used as evidence in a case. At the University of Edinburgh, Doyle discovered the muse for Sherlock Holmes. Dr. Joseph Bell had skill of diagnosing far beyond simple medical; he would study the character and detect certain clues in regard to the subject’s profession and habits. Furthermore, this made Dr. Bell a significant source of Sherlock Holmes unusual talents (Benstock). The book Quotes:” The world is full of obvious things which nobody by any chance ever observe” (Doyle 18). However, with observation is his knowledge of human actions and reasoning, with that he is able to gain enough evidence to be able to solve the crime.
Through the book Sherlock Holmes preserves sanity in a way that he refuses to believe that there is a supernatural being killing these people. The book Quotes: “The Devils agent may be flesh and blood, may they not?” (Doyle 19). However, Dr. Mortimer who is a man of science believes that this supernatural being is killing these men even though he knows not to, according to science. In addition, Even Watson is starting to believe that the hound is the one killing the people. However, Holmes refuses to believe the hound is the killer, trying to keep the sanity, by leaving it as a last resort. Furthermore, Holmes logic refuses to believe that the hound and the curse it the cause of all the murders (Randolph). Even more so, Holmes preserves in a way that is to keep the sanity between them and to keep from falling into superstition.
Holm favors humiliating the people around him because of his small ego. In the beginning, Dr. Mortimer states that he came to Holmes for his help in a case that has a super natural feel, then calls him the “second highest expert in Europe” (Doyle...