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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Watson believe is the identity of the man on the moor?
2. What sort of dog is the hound?
3. How did Holmes know it was Watson in his hut?
4. Who is the man that was killed on the moor?
5. What is Mr. Frankland's favorite pastime?
Essay Topic 1
In this novel, love is turned into something to be used against a person to make them do the other person's bidding. Discuss love as a weapon in this novel, citing strong, specific examples from the book.
Essay Topic 2
The hound of legend is wholly a creature from the moors. In fact, throughout the novel, it seems as if the characters (as depicted by Watson) are constantly battling the elements of the moor and how it makes them feel, from the weather to the landmarks to the hound itself. Discuss in detail how the characters are set against the moor and what it means to the story. Be sure to give strong examples and explain them thoroughly.
Essay Topic 3
Discuss the similarities between Selden and the hound. Pay particular attention to how each one is treated by the affected parties and how the two of them are described, citing specific examples from the text. Ultimately, what is the purpose of making these two characters so similar in nature?
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