2 edition of Agatha Christie A to Z found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||March 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 93 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
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Pendergast, Bruce 2004Everyman's Guide to the Mysteries of Agatha Christie, Victoria, BC, Canada:p. Christie always accompanied Mallowan on his excavations, making herself useful by photographing, cleaning, and recording finds; and restoring ceramics, which she especially enjoyed. Mortal Consequences: A History from the Detective Story to the Crime Novel. Betty Sprot becomes Betty Beresford. P — Psychology had recently become a subject of study, and the detectives and Poirot discuss complexes such as paranoia and the Oedipus complex in the novel, when considering the murderer.
" : 282 Unlike Conan Doyle, she resisted the temptation to kill her detective off while he was still popular. In 1902, she began attending Miss Guyer's Girls' School in Torquay but found it difficult to adjust to the disciplined atmosphere.
Nearly all had one or more favourites among Christie's mysteries and found her books still good to read nearly 100 years after her first novel was published. This proved to me that despite having already read this book and watching the ITV David Suchet television adaptation, Christie still delivers a good read and a few surprises. M — Margaret Rutherford makes a cameo appearance as Miss Marple in The Alphabet Murders, which is to date the only time Poirot and Marple appear on-screen together in a live-action adaptation of Christie's works.
Agatha Christie, the author and the woman, is an enigma. : 8, 20—21 Christie was a voracious reader from an early age. Poirot returns in a new adaptation of one of his most exhilarating cases. You can see that this isn't going to be a profound work.
Then she finds a cheap.
Different camera angles and added soundtrack ambience would have worked wonders here.
Poirot has taken to dyeing his hair and moustache.