Citations Agatha Christie

„Words had become to him a means of obscuring facts — not of revealing them.“

—  Agatha Christie, The Labours of Hercules
The Labours of Hercules (1967), Context: Words had become to him a means of obscuring facts — not of revealing them. He was an adept in the art of the useful phrase — that is to say the phrase that falls soothingly on the ear and is quite empty of meaning.

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„In a state of emergency martial law is proclaimed.“

—  Agatha Christie
Curtain - Poirot's Last Case (1975), Context: I have no more now to say. I do not know, Hastings, if what I have done is justified or not justified. No — I do not know. I do not believe that a man should take the law into his own hands... But on the other hand, I am the law! As a young man in the Belgian police force I shot down a desperate criminal who sat on a roof and fired at people below. In a state of emergency martial law is proclaimed.

„Believe me, nurse, the difficulty of beginning will be nothing to the difficulty of knowing how to stop.“

—  Agatha Christie, Murder in Mesopotamia
Murder in Mesopotamia (1936), Context: Believe me, nurse, the difficulty of beginning will be nothing to the difficulty of knowing how to stop. At least that's the way it is with me when I have to make a speech. Someone's got to catch hold of my coat-tails and pull me down by main force. Dr Reilly

„I have no more now to say. I do not know, Hastings, if what I have done is justified or not justified. No — I do not know. I do not believe that a man should take the law into his own hands… But on the other hand, I am the law!“

—  Agatha Christie
Curtain - Poirot's Last Case (1975), Context: I have no more now to say. I do not know, Hastings, if what I have done is justified or not justified. No — I do not know. I do not believe that a man should take the law into his own hands... But on the other hand, I am the law! As a young man in the Belgian police force I shot down a desperate criminal who sat on a roof and fired at people below. In a state of emergency martial law is proclaimed.

„I have given them life instead of death, freedom instead of the cords of superstition, beauty and truth instead of corruption and exploitation.“

—  Agatha Christie
Context: I have given them life instead of death, freedom instead of the cords of superstition, beauty and truth instead of corruption and exploitation. The old bad days are over for them, the Light of the Aton has risen, and they can dwell in peace and harmony freed from the shadow of fear and oppression. Akhenaten, as portrayed in Akhnaton (1937); Christie later revised the play slightly in 1972, and it was published in 1973.

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