And Then There Were None

what causes Vera to change her opinion of Mrs. Brent from ''slightly ridiculous'' to ''terrible''?

help help please please pleasee chapters 6 or 7

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Miss Brent then explains the story behind her own accusation. Beatrice Taylor had worked for Miss Brent. According to Miss Brent, the girl had a great many troubles and lived a loose lifestyle. Miss Brent shut her out from her house, and one evening, the girl jumped into the river and drowned herself. Vera looks into Miss Brent’s eyes and sees that she has no remorse for the incident and feels that she is in no way responsible. Suddenly, Vera believes that Miss Brent is “terrible.”