And Then There Were None
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Where is Indian Island located and how did Indian Island get its name?
It is located off to he coast of Sticklehaven, Devon. It is named Indian Island because it looks like an Indian's head.
Who invited Justice Wargrave, Vera Vlaythorn, Philip Lombard, Emily Brent, General MacArthur, Dr. Armstrong, Tony Marston, Mr. Bloke, and Mr. and Mrs. Rogers to the island?
Mr. U.N. Owen did.
Who stays back to wait for the second train?
Vera Claythorn and Philip Lombard
What was Fred Narracott's occupation?
He was the boat driver that took the people to the island.
What does Mr. Rogers tell the group about the owner as they enter the house?
He tells them that Mr. Owen was unfortunately delayed an unable to get there till tomorrow.
What was the immediate effect of the gramophone announcement on the guest? Who is responsible for playing the gramophone announcement?
They were all frightened and Mrs. Rogers fainted. Mr. Rogers is responsible.
Which character admitted to killing two people? How did the character do it?
Tony Marston killed two people. Tony was driving to fast and two kids ran out in front of him and he ran them over.
Which character was in their room reading the bible?
Miss Emily Brent
Which character had an alias on the island and what was the name?
Mr. Bloke had an alias on the island and the name was Mr. Dave.
What was Vera Claythorn's relationship to Cyril?
She was his nursery governess.
What is the connection between Indian Island and the poem that is displayed in Vera's room? Why do you think the author chose to include this poem in the novel?
They both involve Indians and both are in Devon. I think the author chose to include this poem in the novel becaus there are ten people on the island and ten Indians in the poem.
On page 35, Philip Lombard points out that the gramophone record is titled Swan Song. What is a swan song and why do you think the record is titled Swan Song?
A Swan song is a swan's last performance. It is showing that it might be the people on the island last days.
What accusation was given about Dr. Armstrong and did he admitted to doing it to the other guest?
Dr. Armstrong caused the death of Lousia Mary Clees. He told everybody he forgot because it was years ago and if a paient ever dies it is the surgeons fault.
What does pacifically mean?
What does malevolence mean?
What does constraint mean?
What does exonerated mean?
What does brusquely mean?
What does condone mean?
What does aversion mean?
how does general Macarthur die?
He gets hit in the back of the head with a blunt object and then falls to his death.
Which person kept a diary? What did the person write that made him/her think he/she was going mad?
Miss Emily Brent kept a diary. She wrote that Beatrice Taylor was the killer.
What did Mr. Rogers report missing in Chapter 10?
Mr. Rogers reported that a scarlet oil-silk curtain had gone missing from the bathroom.
How do the guest protect themselves during the night?
They bolt lock their doors and put chairs underneath the door handle.
in Chapter 11, Mr. Rogers and Miss Brent are missing when the guest awake. Where are they? How did one of them die?
Mr Rogers was chopping wood and Miss Brent was walking outside. Mr.Rogers died because the killer hit him in the back of the head with an axe.
Who asked if there were bees on the island while laughing uncontrollably. Why did the character ask that, and what was Dr. Armstrong reaction to the hysteria?
Vera asked that question because the next part of the nursery rhyme has to do with bees. Dr, Armstrong slapped her across the face to get rid of her hysterics.
On pages 131 and 132 several characters have thoughts. Which of them italicized thoughts is the most incriminating? Who do you think is responsible for that thought?
The most incriminating is, "The damned fool, he believed every word I said to him. It was easy... I must be careful, though, very careful." I think Justice Wargrave thought this because he is always telling everybody to be very careful.
Why does Miss Brent remain in the dinning room after breakfast? What does Dr. Armstrong offer her as a result? What is her response to him, and why does she respond this way?
Miss Brent remains because she feels giddy. Dr. Armstrong offered her a pill but she said NO! Miss Brent did not want to die or get poised by him.
Who does Miss Brent think is in the dining-room with her? Why do you think Miss Brent thinks it is that character?
She thinks Beatrice Taylor is in the room with her because she can hear water dripping from the person behind her and she feels guilty.
In Chapter 12, two more things went missing from two different characters. What were the items and to whom did they belong?
Dr. Armstrong lost his syringe and Lombard lost his revolver.
Judge Wargrave gives a key to Lombard and a key to Blore. What do these keys unlock? Why does he chose to give the keys to these two men?
Lombard's key unlocks the chest and Blore's key unlocks the cupboard. He chooses to give the keys to them because they are both well built men and would not be able to steal the key from the other one.