The Hound of the Baskervilles | Study Guide

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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Sherlock Holmes Brilliant detective; uses deductive reasoning Dr. Watson Attentive physician; apprentice detective Crime-fighting duo Brothers-in-law Cousins Spouses Protector Butler Sir Henry Baskerville Heir to the Baskerville estate; target of mysterious events; nephew of Sir Charles Baskerville Jack Stapleton Short-tempered naturalist; uses foul means to inherit the Baskerville estate; nephew of Sir Charles Baskerville John Barrymore Earnest man; husband of Eliza Barrymore Beryl Stapleton Covert woman; warns Sir Henry to leave Baskerville Hall Selden Escaped murderer
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