Anthony Marston's Seven Deadly Sins

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The seven deadly sins is a part of human ethics that has been used for thousands of years to educate and instruct people concerning humanity’s tendency to sin, or to do wrong. The sins are Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Laziness, Wrath, Envy, and Pride. In And Then There Were None, each character on the island was guilty for committing at least one of the seven deadly sins. Some of them are minor such as pride. Others were dangerous and life-threatening which includes wrath and pride. Anthony Marston the “Norse God” has been guilty of laziness, Vera Claythorne is guilty of lust and Wargrave is guilty of wrath.
Anthony Marston is guilty of laziness. To begin, Marston lived of life of pleasure and was shown to have a care-free life. Marston lifestyle
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