Murder She Wrote: A Study of Agatha Christie's Detective Fiction

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Popular Press, 1982 - Literary Criticism - 199 pages
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This book explores the inter-relationships between Agatha Christie and her works to seek the wholeness in the Christie experience. The authors perceive an integration in personal experience and moral and aesthetic values between the woman and her art.

 

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Contents

Preface
1
The Beginning
5
From Fairy Tales to Detective Fiction
33
The PuzzleGame
68
Dandy Detective
85
Little Old Lady Sleuth
105
Christies Lesser Known Sleuths
120
Christies Prestigious Policemen
145
The Christie Environment
170
Christies Legacy
192
Notes
195
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