The Gentle Art of Murder: The Detective Fiction of Agatha Christie

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Index of Characters
Ackroyd, Roger, 115
Akibombo, Mr., 34
Albert, 33, 79, 82
Allerton, Tim, 138
Altamount, Lord, 106
Alton, 115
Amberiotis, Mr., 118
Amphrey, Miss, 24
Andersen, Greta, 129
Angkatell, Lady Lucy, 141, 172
Argyle, Jack, 109
Argyle, Rachel, 109, 115
Aristides, Monsieur, 105
Arundell, Emily, 25, 115
Astwell, Lady, 125
Astwell, Sir Reuben, 115, 125
Austin, Celia, 117, 118
Babcock, Heather, 117, 164
Baker, Cherry, 68, 69, 141
Baker, David, 114
Baker, Jim, 68, 69, 141
Bantry, Colonel Arthur, 69, 76, 175
Bantry, Dolly, 69, 76, 164
Barrowby, Amelia, 115
Bassington-ffrench, Roger, 187
Bateman, Rupert "Pongo," 89, 171
Batt, Elsie, 142
Battle, Mary, 87
Battle, Superintendent, 14, 18, 29, 41, 43 44, 49, 58, 70, 87-92, 120, 130, 139, 175, 185
Battle, Sylvia, 87
Beddingfeld, Anne, 102, 105, 119, 181
Beresford, Deborah, 79, 82
Beresford, Derek, 79, 84
Beresford, Tommy, 18, 19, 27, 28, 29, 33, 41, 43 44, 78-87, 123, 145, 168, 170, 183, 185, 201
Beresford, Tuppence, 18, 19, 27, 28, 29, 33, 41, 42, 43, 44, 78-87, 103, 126, 132, 145, 165 168, 170, 174, 175, 183, 184, 185, 186, 201
Bishop, Mrs., 31
Blacklock, Letitia, 72, 76
Bland, Inspector, 34
"Blenkinsop, Patricia," 82
Bond, James, 101
Bourget, Louise, 118
Boynton, Mrs., 115-116
Bradbury-Scott, Clotilde, 126
Brent, C.E.A., Marquis of Caterham, 89, 90, 91
Brent, Daisy, 89
Brent, Dulcie, 89
Brent, Edna, 117, 118
Brent, Eileen "Bundle," 89, 90, 91, 103
Brett, Dr., 174
Bristow, Frank, 93
Brown, Geraldine Mary Alexandra, 171
"Brown, Mr.," 81, 84
Browne, Anthony, 107, 108
Bunner, Dora, 118
Burch, Bessie, 134
Burton, Jerry, 73, 134, 139
Burton, Joanna, 139
Bury, Colonel, 187
Butler, Judith, 184
Butler, Miranda, 136
Cade, Anthony, 89, 90
Calgary, Dr. Arthur, 108-109, 193
Carbury, Colonel, 174
Carmody, Peter, 173
Carnaby, Amy, 52
Carrington, Lady Julia, 31
Carruthers, Mrs., 75
"Carter, Mr.," 80, 81, 82, 84
Cartwright, Sir Charles, 170
Cavendish, Emily, 136
Chapman, Nigel, 125
Chevenix-Gore, Gervaise, 115
Christow, John, 114-115, 149
Clancy, Daniel, 173, 176, 177
Clapperton, Adeline, 114
Cleckheaton, Lady Matilda, 106
Clement, Rev. Leonard, 69, 70, 73, 134, 180
Clement, Griselda, 69
Cleveland, Jane, 102
Cleveland, Mortimer, 106
Clithering, Sir Henry, 40, 69, 125, 140
Cloade, Frances, 133
Cloade, Jeremy, 133
Cloade, Rosaleen, 160
Cloade, Rowley, 138
Cocker, Mrs., 141
Constantine, Dr., 174
Conway, Bridget, 91, 166, 197
Coote, Sir Oswald, 90
Corrigan, Ginger, 103, 110
Cortman, Milly Jean, 106
Crackenthorpe, Harold, 133
Crackenthorpe, Lady Alice, 133

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  • The Gentle Art of Murder - The Detective Fiction of Agatha Christie *
  • Contents *
  • Preface 1
  • Chapter I - Golden Age Detective Fiction: an Introduction to Christie's Genre 4
  • Chapter II - Setting 21
  • Chapter III - Characters 38
  • Chapter IV - Plot 144
  • Chapter V - Devices, Diversions, & Debits 167
  • Chapter VI - Theme 190
  • Chapter VII - The Achievement of Agatha Christie 199
  • Notes 205
  • Bibliography 210
  • Index of Characters 223
  • Index of Novel and Short Story Titles 227
  • Key to Documentation 230
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