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The Sittaford Mystery

Author : Agatha Christie
ISBN : 9780007422807
Genre : Fiction
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A seance in a snowbound Dartmoor house predicts a grisly murder...

The Agatha Christie Omnibus Of Crime The Sittaford Mystery The Seven Dials Mystery The Mystery Of The Blue Train The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd

Author : Agatha Christie
ISBN : OCLC:1050454466
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Narrative Theory Major Issues In Narrative Theory

Author : Mieke Bal
ISBN : 0415316588
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Women Writers Of Great Britain And Europe

Author : Katharina M. Wilson
ISBN : 9781135616700
Genre : Literary Criticism
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First Published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Agatha Christie S The Mysterious Affair At Styles In German And Dutch Translation

Author : Marjolijn Storm
ISBN : 9789004309326
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Agatha Christie is one of the most popular and most translated authors of all time. Yet there is little academic work on her writing. During this exploration the discovery will be made that, when translated, Christie’s detective fiction actually becomes a highly political affair.

Information Knowledge And Agile Creativity

Author : Stéphane Goria
ISBN : 9781786304025
Genre : Business & Economics
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Information, Knowledge and Agile Creativity will enlighten entrepreneurs, and is ideal for facilitating an organization’s ability to react and adapt to its environment. Creativity is a system that engenders innovation. While integral at the conception stage, it is also important before and after this phase. This book offers a collection of tools, as well as a methodology, to estimate the agility of an organization to generate and transform ideas into solutions that are not only new but also adapted to their users. To this end, this book presents strategic foresight and problem comprehension methods; tools of sharing and visual information formatting; animation tips for creativity workshops; techniques for generating ideas; and tools for visualizing and mapping ideas, information, and knowledge.

Brief Encounters

Author : Susannah Fullerton
ISBN : 1741984866
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, countless distinguished writers made the long and arduous voyage across the seas to Australia. They came to give lecture tours and make money, to sort out difficult children sent here to be out of the way; for health, for science, to escape demanding spouses back home, or simply to satisfy a sense of adventure. In 1890, for example, Robert Louis Stevenson and his wife Fanny arrived at Circular Quay after a dramatic sea voyage only to be refused entry at the Victoria, one of Sydney's most elegant hotels. Stevenson threw a tantrum, but was forced to go to a cheaper, less fussy establishment. Next day, the Victoria's manager, recognising the famous author from a picture in the paper, rushed to find Stevenson and beg him to return. He did not. In Brief Encounters, renowned author and speaker Susannah Fullerton examines a diverse array of writers including Charles Darwin, Rudyard Kipling, Stevenson, Anthony Trollope, Mark Twain, Arthur Conan Doyle, DH Lawrence, Joseph Conrad, HG Wells, Agatha Christie and Jack London to discover what they did when they got here, what their opinion was of Australia and Australians, how the public and media reacted to them, and how their future works were shaped or influenced by this country.

A Misty Mourning

Author : Rett MacPherson
ISBN : 9781429977272
Genre : Fiction
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A ten-hour car trip with your eighty-year-old grandmother is never much fun, especially if you're seven months pregnant. But when Torie O'Shea's longtime family friend Clarissa Hart Campbell insists that she and Grandma Gert come for a visit at her West Virginia boarding house, they just can't say no to the 101-year-old dynamo. Upon their arrival, Torie and Gert find Clarissa has called together her entire family for the reading of her new will. But everything's happening too fast, even for Clari: the next morning, she's found murdered in bed. The new will stands, and her lawyer follows through on the old woman's wishes to settle an eighty-year-old debt to Torie's great-grandmother: The Panther Run Boarding House now belongs to Torie. Mystified, Torie must put her genealogy skills to work to determine what secrets worth killing for may be hiding in the dilapidated boarding house and the Campbell family story-before it's too late. A comical blend of history and homicide, A Misty Mourning is another delightfully witty entry in Rett MacPherson's popular cozy series.

Miss Marple Christian Sleuth

Author : Isabel Anders
ISBN : 9781780995441
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The rage for crime fiction today mysteriously includes a wide and enduring attraction to the few remaining wholly admirable role models still available to readers. The iconic Miss Marple, ‘faved’ by traditionalists and pop fans alike, deftly models her love of God and neighbor in concrete terms—and stands boldly for Truth and Good. This beloved, enigmatic, mild-mannered spinster champions the triumph of order over chaos in society, through her process of detection in which the solution rests in provable fact.

When Romeo Met Juliet

Author : Leslie Dunkling
ISBN : 9781412055437
Genre : Fiction
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Why do people fall passionately in love at first sight? Shakespeare (and more than 200 other writers and poets) provide some surprising answers.

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