Don’t Be Such a Copycat!: From “And Then There Were None” to “Ten”

They say imitation is the highest form of flattery. However, that can only go so far before it is criticized as lacking originality; some might even claim it only creates a worse version of something that may have been praised as being the best. Nonetheless, it all depends on whether or not something is an … Read moreDon’t Be Such a Copycat!: From “And Then There Were None” to “Ten”

Murder: In the Name of Justice

“He choked — choked badly. His face contorted, turned purple. He gasped for breath — then slid down off his chair, the glass falling from his hand” (Christie 74). So begins Justice Wargrave’s murderous machinations on Soldier Island. In the novel And Then There Were None, Justice Wargrave’s sociopathic tendencies allow him to have several … Read moreMurder: In the Name of Justice