Death on the Nile Setting & Symbolism

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Wode Hall

Wode Hall is the estate that Linnet Ridgeway buys in London. Linnet renovates the home. She also buys out the homes of the villagers living in the cottages that overlook her pool. At the beginning of the novel, the estate is the primary setting.

Chez Ma Tante

Chez Ma Tante is a French restaurant that Hercule Poirot frequents. While he is dining in the restaurant before his trip to Egypt, he sees who he later recognizes as Jacqueline de Bellefort and Simon Doyle dining in the restaurant too. They are acting like lovers do and Hercule Poirot overhears a conversation they are having about getting the money they need to be together.

Pearl-handled Pistol

Jackie pulls out the pearl-handled little pistol for the first time before they board the ship. She pulls it out to show Poirot that she has the tool she needs to kill...

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