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The Hound of the Baskervilles Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

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Chapter 9 Summary

Watson continues writing in the conversational style of a letter to a good friend. He tells Holmes that he made it his business to look from the window Barrymore sought out the night before. The window has a view to the moor. Watson wonders if the handsome Barrymore is not cheating on his wife. He reports that Sir Henry is planning many of renovations to Baskerville Hall, and some builders and decorators have already been contacted.

Sir Henry and Watson decide to sit up that night until Barrymore goes to the window. In early evening Sir Henry puts on his coat for a walk. Watson, whose orders from Holmes are to trail Sir Henry, begins to go with him. Sir Henry objects and says he will go alone. Watson follows him. He watches as Sir Henry meets Miss Stapleton and they engage in an intimate conversation. Suddenly...

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