The Hound of the Baskervilles - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Holmes gives Watson the instruction to write to him and give him every possible fact, not any new theories. In particular he wants to understand the neighbors, all of whom are suspects. The Barrymores, Dr. Mortimer's wife, Stapleton and his sister, and Mr. Frankland of Lafter Hall are all suspects.

Holmes and Watson meet Sir Henry and Dr. Mortimer. Holmes pleads with Sir Henry not to go out at night alone and to at all times remain in the company of Dr. Watson. Holmes would prefer that Sir Henry not go to Baskerville Hall; Sir Henry says he will not be bullied out of his family estate.

During the ride to Baskerville Hall, Dr. Watson finds Sir Henry an interesting and admirable man. They enjoy the ride through the countryside, but as they approach, a warden with a gun is guarding the environment. It seems that a...

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