Murder on the Orient Express
by Agatha Christie
Murder on the Orient Express Justice and Judgment Quotes
How we cite our quotes: (Part.Chapter.Paragraph)
"She is cold. She has not emotions. She would not stab a man; she would sue him in the law courts." (2.12.7)
Similarly, this reference to Miss Debenham (spoken by Dr. Constantine) is a hint as to the outcome of the case.
"You do not believe in doing your utmost to further the ends of justice?"
"In this case I consider that justice – strict justice – has been done." (3.5.38)
Princess Dragomiroff believes that by killing Ratchett, justice is served. Do you agree with her? Is it okay for ordinary citizens to take it upon themselves to act as a jury and executioners?