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He was the help of Holmes in London and even in the Devonshire
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He was the helper of Holmes in London and even in the Devonshire
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So I have a question
Why did the author use a hound to kill a character instead when he could have killed he by a human?
I have to write a essay. So detailed explaination would be great.
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