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Emily Brent Quotes

Nine of the best book quotes from Emily Brent
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“Mr. Owen could only come to the island in one way. It is perfectly clear. Mr. Owen is one of us.”
Agatha Christie
author
And Then There Were None
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Judge Lawrence Wargrave
Vera Claythorne
Philip Lombard
Dr. Edward George Armstrong
William Henry Blore
Emily Brent
Mr. Owen
characters
clarity
islands
murderers
hosts
concepts
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“There was a silence—a comfortable replete silence. Into that silence came The Voice. Without warning, inhuman, penetrating . . . ‘Ladies and gentlemen! Silence, please! . . . You are charged with the following indictments.‘”
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“Breakfast was a curious meal. Everyone was very polite…. Six people, all outwardly self-possessed and normal. And within? Thoughts that ran round in a circle like squirrels in a cage…. “What next? What next? Who? Which?”
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“The storm increased. The wind howled against the side of the house. Everyone was in the living room. They sat listlessly huddled together. And, surreptitiously, they watched each other. When Rogers brought in the tea tray, they all jumped.”
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“My dear lady, in my experience of ill-doing, Providence leaves the work of conviction and chastisement to us mortals—and the process is often fraught with difficulties. There are no short cuts.”
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“I remember a text that hung in my nursery as a child. ‘Be sure thy sin will find thee out.’ It’s very true, that.”
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“From now on, it is our task to suspect each and every one amongst us.”
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“My point is that there can be no exceptions allowed on the score of character, position, or probability. What we must now examine is the possibility of eliminating one or more persons on the facts.”

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