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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who has provisioned the island?
2. Who does Emily think she sees in the dining room?
3. What is Blore's explanation for Emily's lack of guilt over what happened to Beatrice?
4. What attribute has Vera always prided herself on?
5. How does Vera get the revolver?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Rogers ensure that nothing will happen to the figurines?
2. What are Lombard's instructions to Vera?
3. What happens to Emily after she writes in her diary?
4. How does Lombard suggest signaling for help?
5. Why does Blore think that Emily might be guilty?
6. What really happened to Cyril?
7. Why does Lombard suspect Wargrave?
8. What does Armstrong say about Emily's strength?
9. How does Emily interpret the poem's reference to a "red herring?"
10. What is the Judge's appearance when he is found dead?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Wargrave sees himself as the ultimate arbiter of justice. Describe his character. Does he feel guilt for his actions? Explain your answers using examples from the text.
Essay Topic 2
Besides the killer, the other "antagonist" in the novel can be seen as people's consciences. Explain how each character's conscience or perception of guilt affects them. Select two or three characters to analyze.
Essay Topic 3
Examine the alliances made on the island. Which seemed the strongest and why? Why did these alliances come together?
- Blore, Armstrong and Lombard
- Vera and Lombard
- Armstrong and Wargrave
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