Where can I find critical essays on And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie?I need to summerize two critical essays about this novel for my final report in english. Any help would be much...

Where can I find critical essays on And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie?

I need to summerize two critical essays about this novel for my final report in english. Any help would be much appreciated! 

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Kristen Lentz | Middle School Teacher | (Level 1) Educator Emeritus

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The first place that I would look is in the 'Study Guide' section of eNotes for And Then There Were None.  If you type in the title of the work that you are searching for in the eNotes search bar at the top of the screen, it will populate a list of possible selections.  Choose the title that you are interested in. 

In the 'Study Guide' section for And Then There Were None,  Salem on Literature offers a great Masterplots summary of the novel.  Then if you click on the 'Related Resouces' link which is also under the 'Study Guide' tab, you can find a list of critical articles from Contemporary Literary Criticism as well as documents and teachers' materials. 

*I included links to these resources below.

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yamaguchit | Student | (Level 1) Honors

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And Then There Were None is a great mystery novel with great suspense that would leave any reader on the edge of their seat. If you are trying to summarize a critical essay on this book, there should be some already written on eNotes' And Then There Were None webpage. I will include the links in this answer at the bottom, but you may want to check them out, for there are some good ones on the site. 

On the page, there is also a good study guide area, under "In Depth," that lists multiple different sources in regards to critical essays. If the one on eNotes' page doesn't do it for you, or if you need another one to analyze and critique, I suggesting checking there for all the essays you need. Hope this helps, and good luck with those essays!

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