And Then There Were None Literary Analysis

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In Gothic literature usually everything seems fine but later in the story it all goes wrong the setting gets dark, creepy, and mysterious. In And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie starts the story off by introducing each character on there way to this remote island that nobody knows that much about. As the story progresses each character knows a little more about one another but then one by one every character starts to die and nobody knows who the murderer is until they all die. Unlike “The Nightingale and the Rose,” Oscar Wilde takes you through the story as everybody is going to live because what the nightingale is looking for is a harmless red rose for a little boy that wants to dance with a girl. Little does the bird know that it

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