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Peril at End House, by Agatha Christie Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

The Red Chinese Shawl

Nick wears a unique, easily recognizable red Chinese shawl on the night of the fireworks so that she can later encourage Maggie to wear it instead. That way, it will seem that Maggie was shot in mistake for Nick.

The Black Dress

Nick never wears black, but she orders a black dress to wear on the night of the fireworks. At one point, Poirot believes the black dress is in mourning for Seton, but actually Nick wears the black dress to be dressed similarly to her cousin Maggie.

End House

End House is Nick's family home in St. Loo. Nick is fanatically devoted to End House, and she wants money to be able to upkeep and live in the house.

The Albatross

The Albatross is Michael Seton's amphibian plane, in which he's attempting to fly around the world.

The Majestic

The Majestic is a...

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