Character Analysis: And Then There Were None By Agatha Christie

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When you see someone walking down the street you can often tell if, they were born to money by the way they dress, act, and how they treat others, even though this is sometimes not the case. Anthony ‘Tony’ Marston from “And Then There Were None” by Agatha Christie is no exception to this. He killed two people and deemed it their fault. Anthony ‘Tony’ Marston is selfish, rude, and is rebellious shows that he doesn't truly care what happens to the people around him. This ,which in turn, caused his downfall. If Anthony ‘Tony’ Marson ran you over, he probably be more worried with how much damage was inflicted on his car. Anthony is a speedster and in his prime age for excitement, which is all he cares about. This happened to two other children
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