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    1. Discuss the role of the poem “Ten Little Indians” in And Then There Were None. Why does the murderer choose to follow the poem so closely? What effect does this have on the characters A: The “Ten Little Indians” rhyme guides the progression of the novel. The singsong, childish verses tell the story of the deaths of ten Indian boys and end with the line that gives the novel its title: “and then there were none.” A framed copy of the rhyme hangs in every bedroom, and ten small Indian figures sit

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    Pratham Desai And Then There Were None Agatha Christie And Then There Were None is a mysterious book, and growing up in a family that liked mystery; I have grown to like it too. Since I was little, I liked watching and reading about a mystery. One of my favorite movies of all time is Allegiant. It’s about two people that escape the enclosed city of Chicago for the first time they see all the bad stuff that happens to the rest of the world. One of my favorite mystery books is, Gone Girl. It

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    Shining and in the story And Then There Were None. The dictionary defines violence as a behavior involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. As shown in both stories, some people may become violent after being trapped in an area for a long span of time. I believe that some people can become violent and I hope to prove it throughout this claim about human nature. In both The Shining and in the story And Then There Were None both Justice Wargrave and Jack Torrance

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    Ruth Ware’s “In a dark dark wood”, interpretes the ideas in Agatha Christie's novel “And there were None” in a quite similar, yet new way. Both novels are set in isolation. While Christie’s novel is set on an isolated island, hard to reach and impossible to leave alone, Ware decided to create a more mysterious darker setting by mainly focusing on the darkness of an isolated house in a forest. Neither one of the locations has the prerogative to external communication, making the story revolve and

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    Where I last left of in and Then There Were None. The guest have just searched the house for Lombards revolver. When they don’t find it they are very suspicious of each other and decide to stay together. When Vera decides to go to her room some seaweed hanging from the ceiling scares her. In the commotion Justice Wargraves is supposedly killed.The guests then decide to lock themselves in their rooms for the night. Lombard discovers that his revolver has been returned to his room. During the night

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    Few authors can write a murder mystery better than Agatha Christie. Readers far and wide enjoy this book and pick it up for its literary merit and good themes. In her novel, And Then There Were None, which she published under Collins Crime Club, Christie depicts the murder of ten individuals in a vivid way. Goodreads gives Christie’s enchanting novel a 4.22 out of five stars, and this shows the book’s obvious adoration. A book that is similar to Christie’s novel is  The Westing Game by Ellen Raskin

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    novel “And Then There Were None” is set in the time period of the 1930’s. There are many ways that this book could be rewritten so that it is set in the present time. Today’s technology would play a major role in the “new novel”. The technology such as ways to determine time of death, more accurate fingerprinting, and ways to contact others. If the inhabitants on the island would have had any of these types of technology, some of them would maybe still be alive. When the police were finally able to get

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    the stories, And Then There Were None, and Freddy Vs. Jason. And Then There Were None, and Freddy Vs. Jason proves that survival of the fittest seems to fit us all. We talk brave, but in the face of danger, we are liable to act like animals As we look at these two stories, we can see similarities of human nature. Both Stories display great quantities of death. Some characters are killed while in their slumber. Mrs. Rogers, from And Then There Were None, as well as several other characters

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    In the vast collection that is Agatha Christie’s mystery novels, And Then There Were None is regarded as one of her best, and also possibly the most uniquely presented story of them all. The novel, known as both And Then There Were None and Ten Little Indians, provides a unique look at the concepts of guilt and justice in comparison to other detective novels by Agatha Christie and other well-renowned authors of the genre. Each of the ten characters exhibits varying degrees of guilt towards past

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    The novel ‘And Then There Were None’ contains a number of themes followed as ‘isolation’, ‘deception and lies’, ‘sin and blame’, ‘good vs. evil’, ‘justice and judgment’, ‘mortality’. So the theme of isolation very well goes with the novel as Justice Wargrave purposely picks a secluded island where none of the ten members can escape from themselves; the need to hold and inspect the deaths that they have created as a part of their penance. Only if they trusted each other enough they would have stood

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