By John Escott
What does the identify Agatha Christie suggest? To many folks, it ability a ebook a couple of homicide secret - a whodunnit. Im interpreting an Agatha Christie, humans say. Im unsure who the assassin is -I imagine its . yet they're often fallacious, since it isn't really effortless to bet the murderers identify prior to the top of the book.
But who used to be Agatha Christie? What used to be she like? was once her existence quiet and unexciting, or was once it packed with curiosity and experience? used to be there a secret in her lifestyles, too? . . .
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Rosalind lived with Agatha. ‘I don’t want to use the name “ Christie” again,’ Agatha told her publishers. ’ ‘But you can’t change it now,’ they said. ‘Your readers know “Agatha Christie” - that’s why they buy your books. ’ In the end, Agatha agreed to keep the name Christie, but she was not happy about it. But William Collins was right. Thousands of people in England (and America) were reading Agatha’s books now. Then, in the autumn of 1928, Agatha decided to visit the West Indies. Rosalind was at school, and Agatha wanted a holiday in the sun, so she got tickets for a ship to Jam aica.
Which questions will you ask? Choose five from the list below. 1 Why did you go away without telling anybody? 2 Were you feeling ill before you went away? 3 Did you know who you were? 4 Why did you leave your car at Newlands Corner? 5 How did you get to Harrogate? 6 Why did you choose the Hydro Hotel? 48 a c tiv itie s: After Reading 7 Why did you call yourself ‘M rs T eresa N eele’ ? 8 Are you in love with another man, and did you go aw ay to meet him secretly? 9 The police thought you were dead, and your husband w as the murderer.
It’s a very good murder mystery, of course, but there is another story about The Mousetrap, too. Every night, at the end of the play, one of the actors talks to the people in the theatre, and says, ‘Please don’t tell your 38 Dame Agatha friends who did the murder in this play. ’ And everybody keeps the secret of the murderer’s name - and so more and more people go to see the play. * * * In 1971, Queen Elizabeth made Agatha a Dame of the British Empire—a very high honour for a woman in Britain. But why was Agatha Christie so famous?
Agatha Christie, Woman of Mystery by John Escott