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Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

Full-Book Quiz

1. Which character is a reckless driver?

2. What is the title of the nursery rhyme that hangs in everyone’s room?

3. Why does Vera come to the island?

4. How does the killer accuse the guests of committing murders?

5. By which false name does Blore identify himself early in the novel?

6. Where did Lombard leave twenty-one men to die?

7. In what style is the house built?

8. How does General Macarthur die?

9. What objects disappear, one by one, as each murder is committed?

10. “U. N. Owen” is associated with what, according to the judge?

11. When is Mr. Rogers killed?

12. What was the name of the man Vera loved?

13. How did Dr. Armstrong happen to kill a patient while operating on her?

14. Which guest carries a revolver?

15. Which guest is prone to hysterics?

16. When Armstrong, Blore, and Lombard join forces to identify the murderer, which character do they not suspect?

17. From what does Emily Brent die?

18. Which guest pretends to be killed?

19. Why don’t boats come from the mainland to rescue the guests?

20. How is Blore killed?

21. Which of the following is used to kill Lombard?

22. Which of the guests die by the seashore?

23. How does Vera die?

24. Who is the last of the ten to die?

25. How do the police determine the culprit’s identity?

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by pbonner126, August 22, 2013

Protagonist-the leading character, hero, or heroine of a drama or other literary work.


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by DangoCake913, March 19, 2014

I was doing a project on this book and I procrastinated until the end and it's due in two days (yeah I know procrastinating is bad...) so this saved me from having to reread the entire book again!
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by theoutlaw2014, April 07, 2014

its like people read this book for fun


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