And Then There Were None Character Analysis


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Which of the following characters was the first to arrive on the island in And Then There Were None?

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1. What is a literary red herring such as in And Then There Were None?

2. Which character committed his crime in retaliation of his wife's affair in And Then There Were None?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Assess your knowledge of character names and the crimes associated with each of these characters with the use of this quiz and worksheet combo. Take the quiz more than once, if needed, to demonstrate your full understanding of these characters.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This assessment includes your ability to identify:

  • Which character first arrives on the island
  • What a literary red herring is
  • The name of character whose crime was committed in retaliation of his wife's affair
  • The character who felt guilty about the crime they committed
  • Which character does not remember the names of his victims

Skills Practiced

  • Defining a key concept - ensure that you can accurately define the phrase 'literary red herring'
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding the only character to feel guilty about their crime
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to recognize the correct names of characters based on given descriptions of their actions

Additional Learning

If you feel you need more review about these characters, you can find information in the lesson titled And Then There Were None Character Analysis. This lesson contains the following details:

  • A brief overview of the plot of And Then There Were None
  • A list of characters in the novel
  • The crimes committed by each of these characters
  • How each death corresponds to a line of a poem fashioned after the rhyme The Ten Little Indians