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Dame Agatha Christie DBE (15 September 1890 – 12 January 1976), was an English crime writer of novels, short stories and plays. She also wrote romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but is best remembered for her 80 detective novels and her successful West End theatre plays.
Yes, he was an assassin. After many years of hunting down people, he decided to join the Television industry. However, he is still a secret assassin, even if he is a ghost. He uses his awesome ghostly gun to kill people.
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Answer When people watch the play, they are asked to not reveal the ending, and I won't do so here. However, if you are absolutely desperate to know, and won't see it or read it, then... this site reveals the ending: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Mousetrap
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The poem featured in the story was well known nursery rhyme, with 'soldier' replacing the above word as it developed negative connotations - this can be more easily understood with reference to the interim use of the word 'Indian'. The last line of the nursery rhyme, in all its forms, is 'And then t…
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Confessions in And then there were noneI have seen the 1945 film version of this book and it is very closely based on the book. *It's not!Tony Marston died first and just before he died, confessed to having accidentally killed two children in a road accident.Ethel Rogers did not confess to her crime…
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In the series, Poirot's office is part of his home, located in the fictional Whitehaven Mansions. The real building is known as Florin Court. It is located on Charterhouse Square in London, on the eastern side of the park. Florin Court is just north of the Museum of London at London Wall. For those …
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probably in the 13 and up because you really have to think about the mystery that's going on so you can't be to young to understand whats going onHowever, many people decide to read Agatha Christie before that age and there are many fans who gained their introduction at an earlier age than 13. Often…
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Quoted: "acc 2 me its shaw...coz he ws a patient f bronchitis n l8r when poirot asked if he cud smoke den he easily consented " Summary: Poirot is asked by the fiancé of Philip Ridgeway to prove his innocence. Ridgeway is the nephew of Mr Vavasour, the joint general manager of the London and Scott…
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The best selling toy ever sold are Barbie dolls,hula hoops , and Lego bricks.Syores sell over a billon Lego bricks every year. Since there are more girls in the world more people buy Barbies and hula hoops for their children.Lots of little boys buy Legos and give them away as presents or keep them …
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The first problem or conflict is to clear the name of Colonel Banning. His wife dolly and her friend Jane Marple hurry back from a holiday to do just that. The second conflict concerns family secrets and the cost of revealing them versus the cost of keeping them.
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Dr. Armstrong was gullible and timid sort of man. pg. 269 in And Then There Were None and Sparknotes e-mailIf you would like to know more, please send an owl to doubleid@rocketmail.com. MLIA~
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It means official representing a state or country abroad. Example: he is a great diplomat.
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The wonderful children's television show creator and host, Fred Rogers or Mr. Rogers, died on 27 February 2003, at his home in Pittsburgh PA, of stomach cancer.
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A train thru Europe. Sometimes mistakenly referred to the Russian's "Trans-Siberian Railroad", which it is not. The Orient Express first began operating in 1883. It was the first European train with sleeping cars and restaurant car. Its luxurious coaches carried the most famous people. Even today, …
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Absolutely no idea. Although he definitely is married to someone called Mabel (I think that's her name) and they probably live in London, near Scotland Yard. Mabel (forgive me if I made that name up) has relatives that live in Wales.
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In her book, 'Death on the Nile,' Agatha Christie has Detective Poirot solving two murders when an heiress steals her best friend's husband, and both the heiress and the husband end up dead. The conflict in the story is determining who killed the two people and if they worked alone. In the end, the …
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Flat monotonous voicePaleghostlikeLight, shifting eyes NervousFrightenedFrailNice Maid CookBrought about death of Jennifer Brady
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The mother of Daisy Armstrong. The Little girl Ratchet kidnapped and murdered.
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Authors get paid based on how good the book turned out to be. For example: Cinderella author would get paid less than Twilight author. They also get it based on the amount of copies sold. The less sold, the less money they get paid. Some authors even get paid based on their fame. For example: J.K…
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Agatha Christie
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things are not what they seem.
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Filipino history books. It is available in all School and Public Libraries.
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1983 Births January-March January 1 - Emi Kobayashi, Japanese gravure idolJanuary 1 - Jasmine Dustin, American actress and modelJanuary 2 - Kate Bosworth, American actressJanuary 4 - Spencer Chamberlain, American musicianJanuary 7 - Natalie Gulbis, American golferJanuary 8 - Chris Masters, America…
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Justice Wargrave The judge is the killer. He fakes his death with the help of the doctor. He was known as the "hanging judge", which, of course, is self-explanatory. At the end, Narracott is left with Vera and Lombard (who you discover is really Charles morley). The judge will leave behind a note …
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Hercule Poirot: a retired Belgian police officer & current private detective in EnglandMonsieur Bouc: former member of the Belgian police force & current director of the railway lineDr. Constantine: the coroner aboard the Orient ExpressMary Debenham: Daisy Armstrong's governess & instrum…
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Here are some excellent vocabulary words from Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None:austere, adroit, aversion, ascend, assuage, capricious, desultory, evasive, futile, fraternize, impromptu, inert, laconic, malevolence, monotonous, maudlin, replete, sagacious, scrupulous, surreptitious, tumultu…
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The amount of money that authors get paid depends on the book. If the book is very popular authors get paid more.
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Oh, she wrote so many. Her most popular ones, And Then There Were None(my favorite), and Murder on the Orient Express are very widely known. She wrote The ABC Murders, The Mysterious Affairs at Style, The Golden Ball(and other tales), and so much more. In her lifetime she wrote more than 80 novels.
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Agatha Christie died on January 12, 1976 at the age of 85.
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I have played several Agatha Christie PC games my favorite is: Murder on the Orient Express. Ithink there are only 5 agatha christie games and only 3 of them are good, that is evil under sun, murder on the orient express and then there was none, I have played all three of them, there are another 2 …
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A Caribbean Mystery is set, in fact, in the Caribbean. I do not believe Christie ever specifies precisely where. The time period appears to be that in which it was written, so about 1964.
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Agatha Christie's mother, Clarissa Miller, died November 1926.
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miss marple poirot both of these were also made into tv programmes/films
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Agatha Christie wrote 79 novels: 72 under her name, 1 under her second husband's last name and 6 under the name Mary Westmacott.
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Although I have not read it 'And then there were none' is said to be her best novel. 'The Murder of Roger Ackroyd' is her most controversial and also one of her best. Among her works that I've read so far.. I would say "the big four" as her best...followed by "why didn't they asked evans" and "and t…
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Greenway, overlooking the River Dart at Galmpton Agatha Christie had a number of homes throughout her lifetime. It is well known that she grew up in Torquay. Greenway, which is very close to Torquay, was her holiday home rather than a permanent residence.
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She was bestowed the title by Queen Elizabeth in 1971
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Agatha Christie was born on September 15, 1890.
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There is 39 Poirot novels, plus four collections of short stories, making a grand total of 43 books to feature the character. The first Poirot book The Mysterious Affair at Styles, Agatha Christie's first novel, was first published in 1920, and the 39th and last novel, Curtain, was published some fo…
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Torquay, a coastal town in Devon, England.
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Christie was a product of her time, and by modern standards, we might not see her as much of a feminist today, but she does seem to have considered herself one: she describes Ariadne Oliver, her self-insertion character, as a feminist.
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"The Eleven Missing Days" refers to Agatha Christie's disappearance (for eleven days) after having an argument with her husband over his affair. She was found in a hotel in Yorkshire, where she had booked a room under her husband's mistress' name.
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Agatha Christie developed the popular murder mystery format that we all know so well - the one where the detective gathers all the clues (and a few red herrings), then gets all the suspects together and reveals 'whodunnit'. She uses simple language, which means the reader can focus on the mystery, a…
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Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None is the first in The Adventure Company's Agatha Christie series. It is focused on a man's journey to the fictional Shipwreck Island, off the coast of Devon, with ten others, and the events that unfold there.
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Novels featuring Miss Marple The Murder at the Vicarage (1930)The Body in the Library (1942)The Moving Finger (1943)A Murder is Announced (1950)They Do It with Mirrors, or Murder with Mirrors (1952)A Pocket Full of Rye (1953)4.50 from Paddington, or What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw! (1957)The Mirror Crac…
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After her husband left her for a younger woman, her car was found with no gas. After a while she was found in a hospital under the name of her husbands mistress!Creepy right!!! NO one knows why! do you?
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It is said that Agatha Christie disappeared shortly after discovering that her husband was having an affair.
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Agatha Christie lived for many years in Sunningdale, England. She grew in Torquay, a town county of Devon, England.
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Justice Wargrave. He was the only one who actually didn't commit a murder. Seton was guilty. U.N. Owen is also the name related to Flandre Scarlet from the 3rd-person shooter Touhou game series. Her theme is titled "U.N. Owen was her?" (Title based off Agatha Christie's novel "And Then There Were N…
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Agatha Christie was English.
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and then there were none was a book about a island called Indian island. some people were trapped on it and were killed of one by one. at the end there was a note from the killer.
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Ten little Indian boys went out to dine; <center> One choked his little self and then there were nine. </center> Nine little Indian boys sat up very late; <center> One overslept himself and then there were eight. </center> Eight little Indian boys traveling in Devon; …
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Agatha Christie wrote over 80 books in her lifetime. She also wrote 19 plays and had 40 of her books or short stories televised. One of her most famous works was "Murder on the Orient Express".
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Poirot lived of course in Agatha Christie's imagination. At the beginning of WW1 Agatha saw a group of Belgian refuges and their plight made a powerful impression on her. When she decided to write a mystery novel and wanted a foreign detective the idea of a French speaking Belgian came to mind. So H…
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the resolution of the novel And Then There Were None is that Justice Wargrave (the judge) writes a letter to put in a bottle to send it out to sea and hopefully have somebody find it. what the letter says is that he was the murder and he faked his death and Armstrong was his helped and he went and k…
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A Red Herring Means a distraction, it's like making you think one thing happened while it was accally another compleatly different thing was happening. The rhyme actually goes like this... Ten little Indian boys went out to dine; One choked his little self and then there were nine. Nine lit…
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she was born 15 September 1890 - and died 12 January 1976
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Her maiden name and the one she was born with was Agatha Miller. She became Christie when she married her 1st husband.
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Probably because he was such a famous character at the time when his death featured in one of Agatha Christie's novels. Poirot appeared in 33 novels and 51 short stories many of which have been made into movies and television series.
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Agatha Christie's best selling book was 'And Then There Were None.'
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The Mysterious Affair at Styles is set in a building called Styles, and is a 'mysterious affair' - lots of unusual things happen and it is for Poirot to make sense of them all. 'Affair' in this sense means 'business' or 'event', rather than the more common (and modern) meaning, 'love affair', to wh…
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It talks about 1930's!
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Vera Claythorn in different to Justice Wargrave in many ways, perhaps the main one is that she si not the murderer. She is also not a psychopath. my answer: Vera is a female She is not the leader, where Wargrave takes action all the time is tough situations She was invited by a different perso…
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Yes. The narrator knows only the thoughts and feelings of some of the characters.
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Christie means bossy and mean. Usually The name "Christie" , that person loves that color purple. Usually, Christie , that person dates a guy with D, Like David,Derek, and Danny.
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Are you sure that it's her parents? i bet not.
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During the First World War, Agatha Christie worked in a pharmacy. Most of the murders in her books are by poison, as she learned a great deal about the effects of different poisons during that time. Also, it's very interesting to visit Agatha Christie's holiday home in Devon (called Greenway). The …
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Agatha Christie died on January 12, 1976, at age 85 from natural causes, at Winterbrook House, Cholsey near Wallingford, Oxfordshire. She is buried at St. Mary's Churchyard in Cholsey, Oxon. hay Tyler Yonts answered this whats up greensburg
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She is the bestselling author of all time. She and William Shakespeare (playwright, not author) are the two best-selling writers of all time.
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She has two main detectives: Hercule Poirot and Jane Marple. She has made several others, like Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, Harley Quin, and Parker Pyne. There is no "one" sleuth, but the one with the most stories is Hercule Poirot.
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Agatha Christie's first novel "The Mysterious Affair at Styles" was published in October 1920, when she was 30 years old.
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in the first world war she worked as a hospital nurse, then at a hospital pharmacy and then she became a writer.
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Agatha Christie was an author. She is the most published author in the world, and is only out-sold by Shakespeare and the bible. She created Poirot and Miss Marple, and many of these stories have been adapted for television and film.
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All of the passengers on the train, plus the conductor, helped to plan and carry out the murder.
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Agatha Christie had two middle names - she was born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller (Christie was her first married name).
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Agatha Christie died in 1976.
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Christie's famous detective is the small, Belgian man named Hercule Poirot. The amateur detective, Miss Marple, has also appeared in a few of Agatha Christie's famous murder and theft mysteries. Poirot is one of Christie's most famous and long-lived characters and he appeared in 33 novels, 51 shor…
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Her father was Frederick Alvah Miller, and her mother was Clarissa Margaret Boehmer. Agatha Christie was born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller, and published her first book under her married name, when she was married to Archibald Christie.
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Hercule Poirot is a dead man.
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Yes, Church of England.
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The great detective writer Agatha Christie.
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Agatha Christies full name at birth was Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller. She was a flamous author of mystery books.
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Mr Owen's the red herring. He killed Armstrong.
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Agatha Christie was a well known British mystery novelist and playwright. She never appeared in any of her own books however.
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Agatha Christie's parents were not titled or aristocratic but there was money in the family, so neither parent had a job. There is a record of a form (probably a census one) completed by Agatha's father who answered the question of occupation as "gentleman".
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To be told that would be like reading the last chapter of the book first. Mysteries have suspense, intrigue and a sense of wonder about them, knowing the answer of who or why would cheat both the writer and the reader. Read the book and see if you can guess "who-dun-it"?
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yes very. she was pretty much famous from when her first book The Mysterious Affair at Styles was published and well received in the early twenties.
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