Analysis Of And Then There Were None

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And Then There Were None. Essay People went to an island called Indian Island, but for some of them had an unexpected twist to the trip. This trip, for someone, knew exactly what was going to happen, but the others didn’t. People kept dying and it kept on happening, they did finally figure out who was the killer at the end but, how did they not figure it out sooner? This essay focuses on information about the book And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie. In the novel And Then There Were None written by Agatha Christie, the mystery elements that were used were: main conflict, setting, characterization, and the author's technique of giving clues. People on Indian Island were invited for different reasons, some were for a job, vacation, etc. Then, not long after their arrival, someone died, and then the butler, Mr. Rogers, noticed something different. There were 10 small Indian figures in the middle of the table where they eat, but now, there are 9 after someone died. Later on, more people kept on dying, and when one person died then another little Indian figure would go missing. The main conflict is that people are dying, but the can’t figure out who is killing them. The first person who died was the maid, Mrs. Rogers, on pages 43, 47, and 84 it says, ‘There was a moment of petrified silence and then a resounding crash! Mrs. Rogers had dropped the coffee tray!’ and on page 47 it said…show more content…
The plot was people vs person, the characters went to the island and the person was killing people. For the review the essay talked about the conflict, setting, why it was a good place for the story to occur, a couple of characters, and the clues to solve the case. In the end this book was a great book for people who love murder mystery. I highly recommend this book to everyone, I hope this reading has you at the edge of your seat dying to read this
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