Elephants Can Remember Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series by Agatha Christie

  • Title: Elephants Can Remember (Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series) by Agatha Christie (1991-11-06)
  • Author: Agatha Christie
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    1. Roman tardif d'agatha christie, puisqu'il se passe dans les années 70. On a affaire à un poirot vieillissant. Intéressant et pas dénué d'humour. Et comme d'hab, l'intrigue est parfaite.

    2. Je n'ai jamais reçu ce produit, donc je serais bien en mal d'en juger la qualité. J'ai cru comprendre qu'un remboursement avait été effectué mais personne n'a eu la courtoisie de m'informer clairement que le produit n'était pas disponible et que de ce fait ma commande était annulée. Dommage!

    3. Un livre absolument génial, drôle et facile à lire en VO.Je le recommande à tous les étudiants qui veulent se perfectionner en langue sans se prendre la tête.

    4. Hugh Fraser toujours aussi audible et plaisant mais le fait est que l'histoire est on ne peut plus rasoire !

    5. She was, of course, a wonderful writer. She understood psychology and this made her characters come alive. She also learned much about murder and the different methods which could be used. The science involved, the investigative procedures used during her life, how the truth was covered and uncovered by her sleuths were amazing examples of her studies and writing ability. But most of all was the loving way she created the heroes we have grown to love. I read her stories many times and there [...]

    6. I have seen this novel discussed as evidence of Ms. Christie's earlier stages of dementia. Hmm, we should all be demented in this manner. Yes, there are probably statistically correct indications of a shrinking vocabulary, and a few sentences seem odd. The obsession with 'elephants never forget' as a figure of speech and driver of plot -- well, that is not singularly tied to the author's possible fear of fading memory, but rather firmly in line with Ms. Christie's habit of taking the most childi [...]

    7. I read somewhere that Elephants Can Remember was Dame Christie's last novel, written while she was in the first stages of dementia. This explains the quality of the writing when compared with The Murder of Roger Ackroyd and Nemesis. However, I thought the plot was wonderful and the clues are the result of a first class mind at work.

    8. I had heard she wrote this at the end of her life, possibly while suffering from the onset of dementia. I understand that some people's vocabularies shorten as they age. However, there were too many "something's" within and that made every instance distracting. Even the most celebrated crime novelist benefits from a strong editor.

    9. One of Agatha Christie's best in my opinion. Poriot and Mrs Oliver team up to solve this old case. Really a good read and kept my attention all the way though.

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