Question: English & Literature

What are the two reasons that Wargrave gives for writing his confession in the book And Then There Were None?
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As a judge he'd seen people that he was convinced got away with murder and he wanted them to ultimately pay for their crimes. Secondly, he wanted to see what it felt like to murder someone.

MHood2 | 733 days ago