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General John Gordon Macarthur Quotes

Five of the best book quotes from General John Gordon Macarthur
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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.‘”
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
Thomas Rogers
Ethel Rogers
General John Gordon Macarthur
Anthony Marston
The Voice
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silence
voices
guilty
men
women
indictments
concepts
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“He thought: Peaceful sound. Peaceful place…. He thought: Best of an island is once you get there—you can’t go any farther … you’ve come to the end of things…. He knew, suddenly, that he didn’t want to leave the island.”
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“Of course, you’re very young… you haven’t got to that yet. But it does come! The blessed relief when you know that you’ve done with it all—that you haven’t got to carry the burden any longer. You’ll feel that too, someday….”
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“None of us are going to leave this island. That’s the plan. You know it, of course, perfectly. What, perhaps, you can’t understand is the relief!”

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