What is the importance of the setting in hound of the Baskervilles?
The late Victorian setting of The Hound of the Baskervilles is an orderly one. In it, each person has a role to fill, and when every role is suitably filled, society prospers. But the social order is endangered by those bent on its destruction, and the villains come in many disguises.
What is the setting of the story Sherlock Holmes?
221B Baker Street, London, the center of the British Empire, the late nineteenth century.
Is Baskerville Hall a real place?
Baskerville Hall was built in 1839 by Thomas Mynors Baskerville for his second wife, Elizabeth. The Baskervilles were related to the Dukes of Normandy and first came to Britain to help William the Conqueror in 1066.