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Write a newspaper article about Andrew's murder of Milo.

Create your own plot for a play in the whodunwhat genre. Write an outline and describe the characters.

The play mentions several characters without physically introducing them What do you think Marguerite is like"? Tea? Write a detailed description of each woman.

Research the psychological ramifications of obsessive game playing and present your findings in a report.

The critic Francis Gillen wrote in Dictionary of Literary Biography that Sleuth contains many important themes of modern drama: "language as instrument of power, the thin line between illusion and reality, fascination with the idea of death as a release from ordinary human restraint, voyeurism as a substitute for genuine feeling, freedom and its illusions." Respond to this statement.

How does Andrew use game playing to give him a feeling of omnipotence? How does this reflect the true state of...

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