What does Vera do with the remaining Indian figurines in And Then There Were None?
And Then There Were None:
And Then There Were None is a murder mystery novel by British author Agatha Christie. In this novel, eight strangers are invited to an island together. One of them is a secret murderer, and the island's guests are killed one by one in ways that correspond to the children's rhyme ''Ten Little Indians.''
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In And Then There Were None, Vera walks back into the house after shooting Phillip Lombard. In the dining room, she sees the last three Indian...
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The poem, 'Ten Little Soldiers,' or one of its variations, is the epigraph for Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None.' Let's take a look at the poem and at how its meaning guides this groundbreaking mystery novel.