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Agatha Christie Quote: “The weather was always the same – fine. No interesting variations. “The many-splendoured weather of an English day,” she.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I have, let me confess it in all humility, a pitiful human wish that someone should know just how clever I have been.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “These little grey cells. It is up to them.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “There’s too much tendency to attribute to God the evils that man does of his own free will.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Nobody understands the art of living nowadays,... Catching trains, making appointments, fixing times for everything – all nonsense. Get up with the sun I say, have your meals when you feel like it, and never tie yourself to a time or a date. I could teach people how to live if they would listen to me.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Bad temper is its own safety valve. He who can bark does not bite.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “It’s so much nicer to be a secret and delightful sin to anybody than to be a feather in his cap.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “If you must be Sherlock Holmes,” she observed, “I’ll get you a nice little syringe and a bottle labelled cocaine, but for God’s sake leave that violin alone.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “To care passionately for another human creature brings always more sorrow than joy; but at the same time, Elinor, one would not be without experience. Anyone who has never really loved has never really lived...”
Agatha Christie Quote: “One needs some really good food and drink after all the magnificent blood and gloom of Macbeth. Shakespeare always makes me ravenous.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I married an archeologist because the older I grow, the more he appreciates me.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “C’est une femme,” said the chef de train again. “Women are like that. When they are enraged they have great strength.” He nodded so sagely that everyone suspected a personal experience of his own.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Do you like sitting here looking out to the sea?” – Vera E. Claythorne.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I love autumn. It’s so much richer than spring.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I always think loyalty’s such a tiresome virtue.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The trouble with you and me, is that we don’t live in the real world. We dream of fantastic things that may never happen.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Murder can sometimes seem justified, but it is murder all the same. You are truthful and clear-minded – face the truth, mademoiselle! Your friend died in the last resort, because she had not the courage to live. We may sympathize with her. We may pity her. But the fact remains – the act was hers – not another.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “There is no detective in England equal to a spinster lady of uncertain age with plenty of time on her hands.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “But to succeed in life every detail should be arranged well beforehand.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “What one does not tell to Papa Poirot he finds out.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Edward turned to Miss Marple. “It’s like this, you see. As Uncle Mathew grew older, he got more and more suspicious. He didn’t trust anybody.” “Very wise of him,” said Miss Marple. “The depravity of human nature is unbelievable.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “A man in love is a sorry spectacle.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I specialize in murders of quiet, domestic interest.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “What’s wrong with my proposition?” Poirot rose. “If you will forgive me for being personal-I do not like your face, M. Ratchett.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Sometimes I feel sure he is as mad as a hatter and then, just as he is at his maddest, I find there is a method in his madness.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The things young women read nowadays and profess to enjoy positively frighten me.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “In the midst of tragedy we start the comedy.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “A man when he is making up to anybody can be cordial and gallant and full of little attentions and altogether charming. But when a man is really in love he can’t help looking like a sheep.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Yes, I like that – loyalty, I mean. It’s out of fashion nowadays. She’s an odd character, that girl – proud, reserved, stubborn, and terribly warm-hearted underneath, I fancy.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Authors were shy, unsociable creatures, atoning for their lack of social aptitude by inventing their own companions and conversations.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Miss Marple always sees everything. Gardening is as good as a smoke screen, and the habit of observing birds through powerful glasses can always be turned to account.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I suppose what I really am is restless. I want to go everywhere, see everything, do everything. I want to find something. Yes, that’s it, I want to find something.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “It is a great advantage to be intelligent and not to look it.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “But it is not everything in life that has its ticket, so much. There are things that are not for sale.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “And families now, families who have been separated throughout the year, assemble once more together. Now under these conditions, my friend, you must admit that there will occur a great amount of strain. People who do not feel amiable are putting great pressure on themselves to appear amiable! There is at Christmas time a great deal of hypocrisy, honourable hypocrisy, hypocrisy undertaken pour le bon motif, c’est entendu, but nevertheless hypocrisy.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Character, mon cher, does not stand still. It can gather strength. It can also deteriorate. What a person really is, is only apparent when the test comes – that is, the moment when you stand or fall on your own feet.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I did not deceive you, mon ami. At most, I permitted you to deceive yourself.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Are you really a detective, then?” “At your service, Madame.” “I thought there were no detectives on the train when it passed through Yugo-Slavia – not until one got to Italy.” “I am not a Yugo-Slavian detective, Madame. I am an international detective.” “You belong to the League of Nations?” “I belong to the world, Madame,” said Poirot dramatically.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “People who can be very good can be very bad too.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Your conclusions are, I think, justified,” he said. “Ulick Norman Owen! In Miss Brent’s letter, though the signature of the surname is a mere scrawl the Christian names are reasonably clear-Una Nancy -in either case, you notice, the same initials. Ulick Norman OwenUna Nancy Owen-each time, that is to say, U. N. Owen. Or by a slight stretch of fancy, UNKNOWN!”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I don’t like the idea of your being a governess at the beck and call of tyrannical mother’s and their tiresome brats.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Ackroyd was sitting as I had left him in the armchair before the fire. His head had fallen sideways, and clearly visible, just below the collar of his coat, was a shining piece of twisted metalwork. Parker and I advanced till we stood over the recumbent figure. I heard the butler draw in his breath with a sharp hiss. “Stabbed from be’ind,” he murmured. “’Orrible!”
Agatha Christie Quote: “En voiture, Monsieur,’ said the Wagon Lit conductor.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I like to inquire into everything. Hercule Poirot is a good dog. The good dog follows the scent, and if, regrettably, there is no scent to follow, he noses around – seeking always something that is not very nice.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “Hercule Poirot was sitting at the breakfast table. At his right hand was a steaming cup.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “One cannot be interested in crime without being interested in psychology. It is not the mere act of killing, it is what lies behind it that appeals to the expert.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “His poems have no capital letters in them, which is, I believe, the essence of modernity. His books are about unpleasant people leading lives of surpassing dullness.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “The evidence of history is against you. The contemporary historian never writes such a true history as the historian of a later generation. It is a question of getting the true perspective, of seeing things in proportion.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “I was thinking, that when my time comes, I should be sorry if the only plea I had to offer was that of justice. Because it might mean that only justice would be meted out to me.”
Agatha Christie Quote: “At my time of life, one knows that the worst is usually true.”
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