And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

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Introduction: w/ thesis statement
The author Agatha Christie who wrote the novel And Then There Were None set the theme of a powerful journey leading the main characters in a decision of survival and fate, the way the author Agatha Christie goes into different elements to show how this theme came about is irony. She uses this technique to get the audiences full attention on how the mystery in this novel bring about missing characters and will be the lost standing Agatha Christie is not one of your ordinary authors; she brings a point in the novel which is a very suspenseful view that will catch your attention.
Literary analysis: style
The significance of this novel title is it tells readers that this novel is an mystery of unsolved crimes, the elements that follow up with this style is irony and the tone/mood the irony with this journey is how the author breaks down different techniques to get readers on the disappearance of each with the suspense of this weird island that is seats with the suspense of this weird island that’s bringing them each to an conclusion of their tragic past, this novel is an perfect example of a guessing game. The tone/mood sets how the novel is a dark and sinister tone that puts the mood very dramatically to each event leading up to the main event that only leaves Vera, Philip, and the judge the last left standing. “There was a silence—a comfortable replete silence. Into that silence came The Voice. Without warning, inhuman, penetrating . . . “Ladies and gentlemen! Silence, please! . . . You are charged with the following indictments” (Christie 84).
The way each element enhanced the theme with ...

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...’s uncle once the little pass she was there to watch the scene but since she wanted all the uncles money she pretended as if she didn’t see the little boy’s death and all Vera’s first sight of Indian Island, which she thinks looks sinister, hints at the trouble to come the old man’s warning to Blore on the train that the day of judgment is approaching hints that Blore will soon die; the “Ten Little Indians” poem lays out the pattern for the imminent murders Vera’s fascination with both the poem and the hook on her ceiling presage her eventual decision to hang herself.

Works Cited

Charlton, Nicola. Christie, Agatha. literary lifetimes 1998. print.
Christie, Agatha. And Then There Were None. new York: harper, 1939. print
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Stade,george. encyclopedia of British writers . 2003 print.
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