Throwback Thursday: Agatha Christie at Home

Today I’m looking back at my post on Agatha Christie at Home by Hilary Macaskill, which I first posted on 19 August 2013.

Here’s the first paragraph:

One of the things that struck me when I was reading Agatha Christie’s An Autobiography was her love of houses. It stemmed from her childhood dolls’ house. She enjoyed buying all the things to put in it – not just furniture, but all the household implements such as brushes and dustpans, and food, cutlery and glasses. She also liked playing at moving house, using a cardboard box as a furniture van.

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The next Throwback Thursday post is scheduled for September 30.

6 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday: Agatha Christie at Home

  1. As you know, Margaret, Christie is my all-time top author. It’s always really nice to read a little more about her background, and get to know her better as a person. Thanks for reminding me of this.

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  2. I agree Margot – and one of the best books about her is the one she wrote herself, her Autobiography, in which she reveals so much about her life and her thoughts on so many topics.


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