Agatha Christie: A Biography

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Perennial Library, 1986 - Literary Criticism - 393 pages
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Traces the life of the popular British mystery writer, discusses her famous disappearance, and attempts to depict her complex personality

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Not a bad biography. Very well researched and well written. Read full review

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Excellent biography of Christie, though a bit heavy on her theatrical writings and a little light on her later years. Read full review

Contents

The Millers a family
1
In private and in your own time
18
A possession that is yours to do what you like with
29
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Janet Morgan's first teaching job was as a social studies teacher at William Carr Junior High School in Whitestone, Queens, New York. From 1977 to 1996, she taught social studies in the high school and the middle school in the Malverne School District on suburban Long Island. Janet Morgan has published articles on her teaching experience spanning many years.

She published her first article in Integrated Education: Race and Schools, an education journal published by the University of Chicago. The article "Sensitive Native or Native Sensitivity," an account of a classroom experience with her integrated eighth grade American History class is the basis for one of the book chapters. Other articles contributing to material in the book are, "Putting Quota and Quality in Perspective," published by Contact Resources in their magazine Contact. The University of Massachusetts at Amherst published her article about the union experience of black teachers in a racially-mixed school in their educat

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