The Life And Crimes Of Agatha Christie Charles Humfrey Caufield Osborne

ISBN: 9780002570336

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The Life And Crimes Of Agatha Christie  by  Charles Humfrey Caufield Osborne

The Life And Crimes Of Agatha Christie by Charles Humfrey Caufield Osborne
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Agatha Christie wrote over a hundred plays, short story collections, and novels, which have been translated into 103 languages, and she has been outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare. No one has succeeded in imitating her, though many haveMoreAgatha Christie wrote over a hundred plays, short story collections, and novels, which have been translated into 103 languages, and she has been outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare.

No one has succeeded in imitating her, though many have tried, and she remains the bestselling modern writer throughout the world. For all her success and renown, however, Agatha Christie was a very private person. Over the years, many have attempted to capture her personality, her motivations, and the reasons for her enduring popularity, with little notable success.

Now Charles Osborne, a lifelong student of Agatha Christie, has undertaken an examination of Christie and her accomplishment through her own work. The result is a comprehensive illustrated guide to the world of Agatha Christie, featuring authoritative information on each books provenance and on its contemporary critical reception set against the background of the major events in the authors life. Illustrated with rarely seen photos and updated to include details of the publications and adaptations of her writings for film and TV, this book provides fascinating reading for any Christie aficionado.--BOOK JACKET.



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