Her story is that she is an old, ruthlessly religious woman who read her Bible every day. She is then accused of killing Beatrice Taylor, which was a servant that she fired after finding out that Beatrice was pregnant out of wedlock. Her servant then kills herself and unlike other characters, Emily Brent feels convinced of her own righteousness and doesn't express the slightest remorse for her actions. I just don't know how to put that in a poem. Please help!
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Eight people of different social classes have been invited to a mansion on the fictional Soldier Island ("Nigger Island" in the original 1939 UK publication, "Indian Island" in the 1940 US publication), which is based upon Burgh Island off the coast of Devon.
Upon arriving, they are told that their hosts, a Mr. and Mrs. U.N.Owen (Ulick Norman Owen and Una Nancy Owen), are currently away, but that the guests will be attended to by Thomas and Ethel Rogers. Each guest finds in his or her room an odd bit of bric-a-brac and a framed copy of the nursery rhyme "Ten Little Soldiers" ("Niggers" or "Indians" in respective earlier editions) hanging on the wall.