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    Through the course of this essay many things have been stated about the author Agatha Christie. In turn this has brought up many questions regarding the writer. Some of which made me curious about the book, and some made me question why the author was so looked at for being suck a great writer. Yet this essay gives the best of both worlds in just a few simple paragraphs. With this essay we learn a few things about the author. Some of which may include being able to have her books purchased almost everywhere and how she is looked at for being a writer with characters in which can share the spotlight with Sherlock Holmes. Now these things show the best of the writer. The essay does give a good aspect on to which her readers are able to connect…

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    Agatha Christie Influences

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    Agatha Christie: Influences Behind her Great Success as a Mystery Writer Outsold by only the Bible and Shakespeare “The Queen of Crime”, Agatha Christie, is the most widely published author of all time, with books being sold all over the world in a hundred foreign languages (“Agatha Christie Biography”). The inspirations that led to this enormous success are just as interesting as the novels themselves. Even though the real reason is unknown perhaps she was such a popular author because of the…

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    Agatha Christie is the most well-known author in the mystery genre. With 85 books written, she has ample expertise in the field. Her simple writing style combined with intricate plot lines is what sets her apart from the other mystery writers of the same era. Her personal life is also clearly reflected in her novels, including And Then There Were None, one of her most famous. Agatha Christie began writing because her sister dared her to “write a good detective story.” This challenge resulted…

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    the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie, Christie is able to show the reader the thinking behind solving a case. With Christie's writing, it brings the reader to experience the workings of detective. These workings ultimately make up one of the most famous main characters. Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller, better known as Agatha Christie, was born September 15, 1890, in Torquay, Great Britain. Agatha grew up in a privileged childhood; she was well educated. During her youth, Christie spent time in…

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    Agatha Christie was very happy with her life in the early to the mid nineteen hundreds. This was also a time where she was at the peak of her writings. In nineteen-thirty-nine one of Christies famous works was published. This novel was originally published with the title of, Ten Little N*****s, but was changed to, And Then There Were None, due to offense (Worsley). The whole novel is centered around a nursery rhyme. The nursery rhyme goes through and tells of ten little Indian boys who each die…

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    And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie and ¨The Masque of the Red Death¨ by Poe feature several elements of Gothic literature. In And Then There Were None, Christie creates a mystery that is almost unsolvable. Most of the characters become suspects at some point in the story and the detectives can't solve the case. In contrast, Poe's ¨The Masque of the Red Death¨ there is a disease known as the Red Death, which they consider to be a murderer. Everybody knows who the murderer is. Similarly,…

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    common are their wicked past that they are all unwilling to reveal. For all will be murdered, one by one they'll perish, before the week is over there would soon be none. And Then There Were None, written by Agatha Christie, she was not only a screenwriter, novelist, playwright, and a poet, she was mystery’s #1 bestselling author, you will discover the conflict, imaginary setting, all the fascinating characters, and the technique of the book all in this essay. The conflict is there is this…

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    Jeremiah Burgess Miss Morrell Period 5 December 9, 2017 Book Analysis Questions 1. Why did you choose this book? Well, I chose the book solely for the interesting title, and because I have heard lots about Agatha Christie’s novels, about them being bestsellers and possibly the best crime novels of all time. These types of novels are what interest me, that mysterious feel to a book gives it this type of ‘sex appeal’ that makes the book a part of your life and you have to go on until it is over. …

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    Laura Rodríguez Rueda in which Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie will be analyzed. There are many reasons why this novel is our choice to work with. Reasons such as its fame, which awakened our interest as we wanted to know why was this novel so acclaimed or its easy-to-read format. However, what makes us select this book is its amazing plot and the remarkable author Agatha Christie. In this paper, the focus is on features that we consider especially outstanding. The methodology…

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    Then There Were None, written by Agatha Christie. Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller was born on September 15, 1890. She was born in Torquay, located in Devonshire England (“Agatha”). She had an American father, and a British mother (“Agatha,” Encyclopedia). Born into a wealthy class family, Agatha was introduced to literary authors such as Rudyard Kipling and Henry James during her family’s dinner parties (“Agatha”). Agatha was formally homeschooled until the age of sixteen, where she attended a…

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