Book Report Title of Book: Sherlock Holmes, The hound of the Baskervilles.
Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Does this book have an introduction? No this book does not have an introduction.
Does it have a preface? No this book does not have a preface.
What is the difference between an introduction and a preface? The difference between an introduction and a preface is that an introduction usually tells you what the story is about in the beginning. A preface is a brief statement about the story.
How many chapters are there? There are 15 chapters in my story.
Chapter 1: Sherlock Holmes, main character; Dr.Watson, assistant; Dr.Mortimer; friend; Sir Charles Baskerville, victim.
Chapter 2: Sir Henry Baskerville, friend of victim; Lynda Lyons, friend of victim; The Barrymores, neighbors of the victim; The Stapletons, neighbors of the Barrymores; Selden, brother of Ms.Barrymore.
Note: these characters appeared in all the chapters in this story.
Setting: Charing Cross ( London ) 1884. This is a small town. It was haunted by a hound from hell. There was a hospital a couple miles away from town. Each chapter is based on one setting.
Events: Sir Charles Baskerville is killed.
Seldon falls off some rocks and dies.
The giant hellhound attacks Mr.Holmes.
Vocabulary Chapter 1: 1. Infrequent: Mr. Sherlock Holmes, who was usually very late in the mornings, save upon those not INFREQUENT occasions when be was up all night, was seated at the breakfast table.
Infrequent- Adjective. Not frequent; rare.
2. Erroneous: I am afraid my dear Watson, that most of your conclusions were ERRONEOUS.
Erroneous- Adjective. Incorrect.
Amiable: As to the adjectives, I said, if I remember right, AMIABLE, unambitious, and absent-minded.
Amiable- Adjective. Good-natured.