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clf1994 | Student, Grade 9 | eNoter

Posted July 30, 2009 at 12:42 PM via web

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What is the characters from "And Then There Were None" jobs before going to the island?

As I said before I'll say it again I read this book over a month ago and have a summer homework assignment about it. I have to make a scrapbook. All the book is finished except the cover and at first the teacher said to draw their personalities so I asked ya'll about their personalities because I didn't know them all. Now though, she says we can draw their previous jobs before the island but we can't draw their deaths. For me, not drawing their deaths is a good thang because I've already drew them as part of the scrapbook as a requirement. So please, any and everyone, can you tell me their jobs because like the personalities I don't know them all and I have to turn this in Monday the first day of school and I still have to plan a 5 minute speech for that class. So PlEaSe HeLp!!

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pmiranda2857 | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

Posted July 30, 2009 at 10:09 PM (Answer #1)

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There are ten characters, including the judge, who is the killer in the story.

Dr. Armstrong - a doctor with a drinking problem who operated on a woman while he was drunk.

William Blore who pretends to be Mr. Davis is a private detective, a former police inspector

Miss Emily Brent - a religious fanatic, older woman, no occupation given who dismissed her pregnant servant

Very Claythorne - a Nanny, a child in her care drowned

Philip Lombard - a soldier for hire, a soldier of fortune

General Gordon Macarthur - a military man, a soldier

Anthony Marston -  a playboy who has killed two children with his fast sports car

Isaac Morris - a shady businessman who made all the arrangements to bring the guests to Indian Island

Mr. & Mrs. Rogers - servants for hire, a sick woman died mysteriously while in their care

Judge Wargrave - A judge

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