Agatha Christie

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.

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Was Agatha Christie dyslexic?

Yes.

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How many books did Agatha Christie write?

+ 82 as Agatha Christie

+ 6 under the pen name Mary Westmacott

+ 2 as Christie Mallowan

+ her autobiography

= 91 total

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Halimbawa ng tulang moro-moro?

kalayaan ni andres bonifacio at ng mga katipunero ni norman baricaua

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What is the combination of the safe on Murder on the Orient Express?

666

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What genre did Agatha Christie write about?

Mystery and suspense, usually to do with murder.

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List of Agatha Christie novels?

If you go to this link it has a list of every single book she wrote (all of the identities she made for her self too).

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The summary of the story the body in library by Agatha Christie?

The body of a strangled young girl is found in the library of a retired general, a person close to Miss Marple. Step by step she discovers who she is (she is not who she is supposed to be), who is the real killer (dismissing the accusations against the obvious murderer), the motive of the murders (as TWO girls are killed in the end) and HOW the murders were perpetrated (in a most clever way!).

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What is Hercule Poirot catchphrase?

He doesn't have one, but he does refer to the 'little grey cells' a lot.

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What was Agatha Christie's religion?

Anglican/ Episcopalian

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Where does fictional detective Hercule Poirot come from?

Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot is from Belgium, mon ami.

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What is the best hercule poirot case?

"The Murder of Roger Ackroyd" is generally considered to be the best Poirot story although some think it has to be "Murder on the Orient Express". Both are excellent.

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What year did Agatha Christie release her first detective book?

1920. It was a Hercule Poirot novel and titled 'The Mysterious Affair At Styles.'

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Under what name was Agatha Christie born?

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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Who is Helena goldenberg in murder on the orient express?

Helena Goldenberg is Countess Adrenyi. She is Sonia Armstrong's sister and aunt of Daisy Armstrong.

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What was the first Miss Marple book by Agatha Christie?

The first book that Miss Marple was introduced in was The Tuesday Night Club in 1927.

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What was miss marple's catchphrase?

she didnt have one

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Who died second in and then there were none?

Try reading the book.

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Who is the killer in And Then There Were None?

The killer in the book and then there were none is Justice Lawence Wargrave. He secretly killed his victems one by one. He faked his death at one point with the help of doctor Armstrong. The thing is that dr Armstrong had no idea that wargrave was the killer. He thought that by helping fake the death it would give wargrave a chance to see who was doing all of the killing. In the end he writes his confession in a bottle and kills himself.

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Anthony marston and then there were none?

Yes he was in the book and he was the first vicim to die by cynide injected in his drink and then he choked to death. he was reffered as a young hansdom playboy. hope that hlped!(: - bieberfever123

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A example of Irony in And Then There Were none?

· 1. When the tape comes on listing the deaths that everyone has caused who is on the island.

· 2. When they figure out U.N Owen is someone on the island.

· 3. When the first person dies.

· 4. That the deaths match up to the poem.

· 5. That whenever someone dies one of the 10 little Indian Statues is gone.

those are all of the situational irony i could think of...

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Why was Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot given an obituary?

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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How many siblings did Agatha Christie have?

Agatha Christie had an older sister and an older brother.

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What was Blore's crime?

William Henry Blore is a character in Agatha Christie's novel "And Then There Were None". He is a retired police inspector accused of having an innocent man convicted and sentenced to life as a scapegoat. Blore takes a bribe to secure the man's conviction. His victim dies in prsion.

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What is the name of hercule poirot's wife?

Hercule Poirot doesn´t have a wife :)

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What literary devices where used in And then there were none?

symbolism- food

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