The Broken Threads
2. "House, land and dollars must go together" Who says this? Why?Sir Henry says this. He says so because he feels that the owner of the Hall of Baskerville should restore the glories of Baskerville and it is impossible if he as not enough money.
3. What were the three threads which Holmes hopes may help him solve the complex case? Does any one of these threads give him a lead? The three threads which Holmes hopes may help him solve the case are:
1) Who is the person following Sir Henry in the cab?
2) From which place the letter has been sent to Sir Henry? And
3) Is it Barrymore who is following Sir Henry? These three threads did not help him to get any lead.
4. Who is John Clayton? Can you briefly describe what he tells Holmes?John Clayton is the owner of the cab with No: 2704 in which the person following Sir Henry was travelling. He tells Holmes that a man who said he was a detective, hailed him in Trafalgar Square and offered him two guineas if he would do what he wanted for that day. Then they drove to Northumberland hotesl. When the two gentlle men came out, they followed them to Holmes' house. And again they followed them down Baker street, when suddenly the man asked him to take him to the Waterloo station. After reaching the station the man left saying he was Sherlock Holmes.
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