2.Discuss the weaknesses of Dr. Armstrong, William Blore, Philip Lombard, and Vera Claythorne, and explain how Wargrave exploits these weaknesses as he carries out his plot?
3. What do you make of Christie’s decision to violate the standard rules of mystery writing by making it nearly impossible for us to solve the mystery of And Then There Were None by ourselves? How does the unusual plot affect the experience of reading the novel? A:Christie made the problem more complicated by the communication between characters , we don’t know whether they tell the truth or not . We’re prejudiced by first impression that people who died may not be the murderer, but we are wrong.
The story starts from ten people in different status, different habit ,different career, these people are totally different. except one thing ,each of them has a secret in their life , this secret is all of them have made someone lost their life on purpose or by accident. They were invited to Indian island by Mr. and Mrs Owen.They thought they were here to have a vacation ,but...