The Hound of the Baskervilles is a classic mystery novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle that was written in 1901. The same story is retold in The Hound of the Baskervilles movie, directed by David Attwood in 2002, with different details that changes the storyline. The Hound of the Baskervilles movie is a prime example of how certain details can differentiate the movie from the book. The novel written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle had examined the story as a way to portray the life he had lived in, the English Victorian era. The movie, on the other hand, was to appeal to a modern and larger audience, thus changing the story to further entertain the audience.
What would be the connection between Don Quixote, The Great Gatsby and all the stories of Sherlock Holmes? Is there any common element that may be reused in these narratives as a whole? Undoubtedly there are more divergences than similarities. In fact, all of them were written in different ages, cultures, styles and literary genres. Whereas the first Sherlock Holmes ' apparition was in 1886 in United Kingdom, The Great Gatsby is a 1925 novel written by an American and the Spanish Don Quixote belongs to the XVI century.
Finally, they went to the swamp where Stapleton kept the dog and found nothing, inferring that he had drowned in it and with him, the Baskerville’s curse. I’d recommend this book because it’s very entertaining and it’s unpredictable. You may think that you’ve solved a small puzzle but then Sherlock’s deductions show you the contrary and they blow your mind away, they’re not fantasy. In addition, you see Sherlock and Watson’s character development and how they’ve reached a point where they can rely and trust each other. Surely if you read this book you’ll want to read the others and immerse in the fantastic world of Sherlock Holmes, he’ll never disappoint
Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law return as Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. The film is influenced by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 's story, "The Final Problem". While the film takes place one year after the events of the first film, “A Game of Shadows” is intended to be a stand-alone film that does not require knowledge of the first film. The plot of A Game of Shadows revolves around Sherlock Holmes investigating a series of crimes which take him on a trip around Europe. He believes these crimes to be connected to Professor Moriarty, a man with superior intellect, not unlike Holmes himself.
Also, his short stories have curiosity of the unknown. H.P Lovecraft likes to write about science fiction and mythology. Most of his pieces have mythological creatures that he either makes up or learns about from other cultures. In “The Dunwich Horror” he uses characterization to build up the suspense and views from each character. He also uses setting to create an erie environment to develop the themes of the story.
The Hound of the Baskervilles is set in the town of Devonshire in the Baskerville Hall, the home of previously murdered Sir Charles Baskerville, on the foggy moor filled with mysteries and people of unknown backgrounds. When the body of a well-known, widely-liked, man is found, Sherlock Holmes is the first on the case. With his assistant Watson narrating, the reader is in a position in which being in the mind of the genius is not the case. Through Watson’s point of view, Doyle uses red herrings to disrupt reader’s theories and threads as to who murdered Sir Charles Baskerville. The most repetitive red herring is found in the title of the book, the ferocious, menacing hound.
Sherlock Holmes, a classic character who although many know the name of, only those who have read through the number of novels surrounding Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson’s adventures, truly know the man behind the name. Sherlock is mysterious and unpredictable character, and it is no surprise that Arthur Conan Doyle decided to focus on Sherlock Holmes’ character in particular in many parts of his novels. Doyle based his famous Sherlock Holmes of many individuals; Edgar Allen Poe, founder of the detective genre, was the foundation of Sherlock’s fascinating mannerisms, Dr. Joseph Bell a well known professor of Doyle, was the inspiration and reference for Holmes’s admiration for observation and deduction. Like many well known scientist, and scholars,
Legends is a series of mythological novels by the author Anthony Horowitz. Howrowitz is renowned for writing some of the best children’s thrillers and fantasy fiction novels alongside authors such as Mark A. Copper and Enid Blyton. The first novel in the series was Battles and Quest that the author first published in 2010. The Legends series of novel is a combination of bite sized legends and myths from around the world that the author retells in a captivating and thrilling new voice.
In this drama, Shakespeare uses the effects of death and the moral deterioration of his characters to enhance the atmosphere of the play. Recurring accounts of death cause the main character, Hamlet, to question his beliefs on life after death. Many people, including mental health specialists, have failed to recognize the complete significance of the