And Then There Were None

Why does Agatha Christie describes the characters like animals? Why are the characters becoming more beast-like or bestial as the novel progresses?

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She uses the animal motif to describe her characters throughout the novel in order to compare them things that are not human; as the novel progresses the characters become more and more bestial in order to show their struggle for survival.