What are the internal and external conflict in in The Hound of the Baskervilles? 

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Some of the internal conflicts include Sir Henry's decsion to return to his home, Baskerville Hall; Stapleton's motivations; Dr. Watson's anxiety on accompanying Sir Henry to Baskerville Hall; and Sherlock Holmes' efforts to figure out the crime.

Some of the external conflicts include Dr. Watson and Sherlock's confrontation with the hound; Sir Henry's conflict with Stapleton; Hugo Baskerville's confrontation with the "hound;" and Laura Lyons confilct with Stapleton.

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