And Then There Were None: Summary & Analysis

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What type of novel is And Then There Were None?

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1. How many people are inside the mansion on the island?

2. What did the recorded voice say to all the guests after dinner on the first night in the mansion?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

And Then There Were None, by Agatha Christie, tells the story of eight strangers meeting on a mysterious island. Quiz questions will ask about this novel and its major themes and ideas.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet will assess your knowledge of:

  • Major themes
  • Judge Wargrave's crimes
  • The recorded voice's message
  • What the novel's genre is

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - confirm that you have absorbed the most pertinent details about the novel's plot
  • Knowledge application - use lesson content to answer questions about the novel
  • Making connections - understand the motivations for Judge Wargrave's actions

Additional Learning

For further analysis of this novel, check out the accompanying lesson entitled And Then There Were None: Summary & Analysis. The lesson contains the following learning objectives:

  • Review important plot points in the novel
  • Examine the nursery rhyme Ten Little Indians and why it is important to the story
  • Discuss how the police were able to determine the identity of the murderer
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