Mallowan’s Memoirs: Agatha and the Archaeologist

June 13, 2015 - Comment

Sir Max Mallowan’s autobiography provides an informal and often witty account of both his archaeological career and his life with Agatha Christie. His passion for archaeology, which took him and his wife acrossNorth Africa and the Near East, is paralleled by his obvious pride in Agatha’s literary genius. Related Related posts: The 8:55 to Baghdad:

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Sir Max Mallowan’s autobiography provides an informal and often witty account of both his archaeological career and his life with Agatha Christie. His passion for archaeology, which took him and his wife acrossNorth Africa and the Near East, is paralleled by his obvious pride in Agatha’s literary genius.

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Larry N. Stout says:

No negatives here (unless you detest archaeology) Mallowan’s style is very congenial, and his memoirs are as enlightening about places and times as they are enjoyable in the plentiful amusing — even fascinating — anecdotes of his very rich life, most of which was spent with his mystery-writer wife, Agatha Christie. He does devote quite a lot of space to the highlights of his archaeological discoveries — which were, after all, rather monumental in every sense of the word! I have no reservations whatsoever in unequivocally recommending this…

Annie says:

Max Mallowan’s love for archaeology and Agatha Christie 0

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