According to his biography, Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle, or mostly known as Arthur Conan Doyle, lived in the Victorian era like the character he made, Sherlock Holmes. He was born in Edinburgh, Scotland on May 22, 1859. Doyle’s family was well respected in the art world. His father Charles is a drunkard in his entire life that’s why his accomplishments are few but Arthur’s mother, Mary was a lively and well-educated woman who loved to read. Mary loves to tell her young son outlandish stories that sparked the imagination of Arthur Conan Doyle.
Doyle graduated at Stonyhurst College in 1876, his parents expected him to follow their steps and study arts but he decided to pursue a medical degree at the University of Edinburgh. At med school, he met his mentor, Professor Dr. Joseph Bell, who had an acute power in observing that later inspired Doyle to create his famous fictional detective character, Sherlock Holmes. In addition to his biography, Doyle became more and more invested in Spiritualism or Physics religion, a belief system that he later attempted to spread using the series of his written books.
The novel “The Hound of The Baskervilles” was interpreted by some that Sherlock Holmes was like a zombie. Because of the reason that the author killed him before this book in “The Final Problem” with his archnemesis, Dr. Moriarty. But since the books he made after he killed off Sherlock Holmes were not selling, he then wrote “The Hound of The Baskervilles”.