Agatha Christie: An Autobiography

February 1, 2018 - Comment

Dame Agatha offers vivid descriptions of her childhood, family life, contemporaries, and travels abroad as well as discussing her own struggles as a writer and the general problems of creative writing Product Features Great product! Related Related posts: An Autobiography: Volume Two An Autobiography: Volume One The Life and Crimes of Agatha Christie: A Biographical

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Dame Agatha offers vivid descriptions of her childhood, family life, contemporaries, and travels abroad as well as discussing her own struggles as a writer and the general problems of creative writing

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Agatha Christie’s Autobiography A wonderful account in her own words, Agatha Christie’s autobiography will keep the reader interested in knowing a little bit more about her life as wife, mother, and author. The story of her life is told seemingly effortlessly by Agatha. Agatha Christie’s earliest memories of home, childhood,and the importance of family and place will keep the reader from wanting to put this book down. I enjoyed the way you can hear her tell her own story without pretense or artifice. Agatha Christie has a way…

Cerinthe Major says:

Personally and culturally interesting I was a bit hesitant to read this at first. Knowing that it didn;t cover her eleven missing days made me think it was essentially dishonest. But instead, I found it really enjoyable. It’s better written than most of her novels. It’s a string of loosely related anecdotes that are really quite entertaining. Most interesting is her remembrance of her Victorian childhood and Edwardian young adulthood, and her ability to contrast it with the mid-twentieth century. For example, she mentions that when…

Melissa Reese Etheridge says:

LOVELY READ This is a most enchanting autobiography. Agatha Christie adopts a most conversational tone to tell the narrative of her life. She is both amusing and serious. There are pearls of wisdom throughout. Christie is not droll or melodramatic. She writes in an intriguing manner. Her life is interesting but not unrealistic. The readings move along quite nicely. She doesn’t dwell too much on the end of her first marriage. She is very much a realist. She is very practical. I highly recommend this book.

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