English One Summer HomeworkNader Abdalla
And then there were none
Q- Did Emily Brent’s confession first on having an impact on the death of her servant, Beatrice Taylor, change how you saw her in any way, did you suspect that she was the killer?
A- Her confession affected me greatly, I did not believe how a person so religious, conservative as Emily simply put the blame past her, but at the time, I did not suspect that there was a killer among us and later, I did not suspect her, she never intended the death of her servant.
Q- Why did you shoot Philip Lombard when it was obvious that he was not the murderer as you were aside him when the events of William Bore’s death?
A- I was disoriented, with all the confusion and mysterious events happening, the guilt of the death of Cyril Hamilton was simply too overwhelming, I couldn’t think clearly so knowing I wasn’t the murderer I suspected the only other person I knew to be alive, Philip Lombard. When he jumped at me I didn’t know what to do, so I shot at him.
Dr. Edward George Armstrong
Q- What made you place so much trust in Justice Wargrave that you agreed to fake his death and keep it a secret from all the other people?
A- I placed my trust in Justice Wargrave because he used to be a judge, a person of authority, a symbol of justice and righteousness, it was my opinion that a person of that manner would never do something...