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And Then There Were None by. AGATHA CHRISTIE. CHAPTER 1. IN THE CORNER of a first-class smoking carriage, Mr. Justice Wargrave, lately retired from. And then there were none: Agatha Christie and Class Dr Dawn Mannay School of Social Sciences Cardiff University [email protected] Millennium Stadium . None of these people have anything to do with South Africa, and I've just been reading that travel folder so I can talk about it all right." Fortunately there were all .
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Armstrong is going crazy and crying that they must leave the island. Wargrave tells him that in this weather, it is likely that a boat would come or leave the island.
Armstrong thinks that Wargrave is probably much more crazy than anyone knows. Wargrave says that, though he does not have proof, that there is one person he thinks is cost likely the killer. Armstrong says that he is confused. In her room, Miss Brent takes out a small diary and begins to write the events of the day.
She sits with her eyes closed for a moment and then, writes The killer is Beatrice. She looks down at what she has written and cannot believe it came from her. All the guests gather in the drawing room for tea.
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They close the curtains and turn on a light. Suddenly, Rogers comes in and asks if anyone has taken the bathroom curtain. None of them can understand why anyone would take it. Fear comes over them once again. All the guests eat dinner, and Miss Brent and Vera Claythorne go to their bedrooms. All the men hear the sound of the bolts being locked on their doors.
The men go an hour later, and Wargrave tells them to lock their doors. Rogers goes back downstairs and has a thought he locks the dining room door so that no one has the opportunity to sneak in and take another of the Indians. Chapter 11 Lombard wakes up and hears the wind from outside. He goes back to sleep before finally waking up at nine thirty. They then go to each room and wake the others, except for Miss Brent who cannot be found.
They all think it is odd that Rogers has not brought them tea. Then they started to search the house.
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Miss Brent joins them. She had been walking around outside in the storm, something they all tell her was foolish. Vera then sees that on the dining room table, another of the Indian is missing. They soon find Rogers in the shed, and he is dead. A large ax leans against the wall with blood on it.
Rogers had been hit over the head with it. Armstrong says that he thinks that it would not have taken a strong person to do the fatal blow. Blore finds no fingerprints on the ax.
They all hear laughter in the yard and see Vera Claythorne standing there, laughing and asking if there are any bees on the Island. Armstrong calms Vera and sends her and Miss Brent into the house to begin preparing breakfast.
Blore pulls Lombard aside and gives him his take on the situation. Blore remembers a case of murder by ax some time ago, an unsolved crime because it seemed too incredible that a housewife could have committed such a killing. This makes Blore believe that it is Miss Brent and her religious that must be the culprit.
He reminds Lombard that Miss Brent had been out wandering the island when Rogers was murdered. Lombard and Blore both agree that they do not think the other of the crimes.
Blore opens up and tells Lombard that, indeed, he had been responsible for that the man named Landor away to prison where he had died. He did it on a bribe from a crime organization.
Lombard promises not to tell. He then tells Blore that he is a target for U. Owen because he has not a criminal. Lombard declares that he has his own craziness and plans to get off this island. In the kitchen, Vera begins to feel bad because she became so hysterical.
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This brings a memory from her day with Cyril. She tries to calm herself, telling herself that Cyril had drowned long before she had been able to reach the rock where he swam. However, because she knows that Hugo, her true love, knew just from looking at her that she had been there for the death. Vera goes to Miss Brent and talks about how calm she is. She thinks, the others would die, but not Emily Brent.
At breakfast, everyone is there, but each is thinking about who the murderer could be and who would be the next to die. Chapter 12 When the breakfast is over, they clear the table and wash up.
Miss Brent says that she would help, but that she is feeling good. Armstrong tells her it is everyone in the kitchen. As Miss Brent sits in the dining room, she begins to feel dizzy and to have a quiet buzzing in her ears, like a bee. She thinks it is somebody in the room, but she cannot turn around and scream.
She feels a pinch like a bee sting on the side of her neck. Everyone waits for Miss Brent in the room. Blore speaks up and tells everyone that it is Miss Brent, because of her religious mania.
He reminds them that she would not explain herself from the last time. Vera Claythorne tells them that she had confided in her and then tells her the story. At around 2PM, Blore announces that he's hungry, and suggests that they go back to the house for lunch.
Vera refuses to go into the house, and Lombard offers to stay with her. Blore hesitates before going to the house, but Lombard refuses to lend him the revolver.
Blore leaves for the house. Once Blore leaves, Lombard suggests that he's the killer. He points out that Blore's story of footsteps in the hallway clears him of suspicion either way. If Blore was telling the truth, then Armstrong is the killer, if he's lying, then he's the killer. Either way, Lombard is innocent.
Vera replies that she can't believe that it's Blore. She still thinks it's Armstrong, because she feels like she's being watched all the time. Lombard dismisses it as nerves. Vera tells Lombard that she thinks this whole situation could be a kind of divine retribution.
Lombard takes this to mean she's admitting to drowning Cyril. Vera tries to deny it, but she can't. Suddenly, the ground shakes. They run to the house and find Blore lying on the terrace, his head crushed by the marble clock from Vera's room. Seeing Blore dead, Lombard agrees that Armstrong must be on the Island somewhere, but he can't figure out where.The former policeman is the closest thing to a detective on the island, yet, unlike an almost omniscient, Sherlock Holmesstyle sleuth, Blore never manages to get things right.
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And Then There Were None
She then feels a prick on her neck. When Vera goes upstairs to take a bath, she is shocked by the touch and smell of seaweed left hanging from the ceiling of her room and screams; the remaining guests rush upstairs to her room.
She forces her mind away from those memories and glances at the man across from her, thinking he looks well traveled. With these glimpses we begin to distrust the characters.
He reflects on what an odd party these guests constitute, since they do not seem to know each other at all and do not seem like friends of a millionaire, which Mr.