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And then there were None- Vera Claythorne Characterization Vera Claythorne is one of the most intelligent and guilty characters in fictional literature Vera feels bad about her past and can barely live with herself Vera Claythorne is a very intelligent person but she feels guilty about murdering a young boy named Cyril and because she lost the love of her lifeVera Claythorne is portrayed by the narrator as an intelligent character who feels guilty and reacts very nervously to the events on the island In the beginning of the book Vera Claythorne just felt guilty when she saw the ocean because she let a young boy drowned to his death But by the end of the book she was nervous as well As more and more people got killed the more weary she became Vera feared being alone with any other person in case they were the murderer For example when Vera went up to her bedroom there was some seaweed hanging from the ceiling Vera freaked out because she thought there was someone in her bedroom Everyone came running to discover there was no one in her room Vera then calmed down locked her door and went to bed Luckily Veras weariness of others helped make her the last one alive But by the end of the book Vera was so guilt ridden She remembered saying to Cyril You can go to the rock CyrilChristie 269 Which is the reason he died and then she also remembered killing Philip Lombard in order to keep herself alive She decided she couldnt deal with that guilt so she hung herself insteadVera Claythorne has to deal with her guilty conscience since the very beginning on the train ride to the island because she killed a young boy named Cyril On the way to the island Vera remembered Cyrils head bobbing up and down swimming to the rockChristie 4 She began feeling extremely guilty about
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