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1971 За достижения в области литературы была удостоена звания Дама-Командор (англ.
1976 Умерла 12 января 1976 года у себя дома в городе Уоллингфорд (Wallingford), Оксфордшир после короткой простуды и была похоронена в деревне Чолси.
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Professor Sandy, Ken Moore (9), Carole Christie, Three Jacks & A Queen, Pat Shaw (4), Gene Conway - None (7", EP). Micro Records (3). 1061.
Christie's reputation as "The Queen of Crime" was built upon the large number of classic motifs that she introduced, or for which she provided the most famous example. The Grand Tour: Around the World with the Queen of Mystery, a collection of correspondence from her 1922 Grand Tour of the British empire, including South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. Agatha Christie: An Autobiography, published posthumously in 1977
This was the lowest of the three court cards and like all court cards was depicted through abstract art or calligraphy. When brought over to Italy and Spain, the thānī nā'ib was made into an infantry soldier or page ranking below the knight card. In France, where the card was called the valet, the queen was inserted between the king and knight. The knight was subsequently dropped out of non-Tarot decks leaving the valet directly under the queen. The king-queen-valet format then made its way into England. As early as the mid-16th century the card was known in England as the knave (meaning. The English pattern of the jacks can be seen in the photo at the top of the article.
Agatha Christie is reputably known throughout the world as the Queen of Crime. The Guinness Book of Records cites her as the second best-selling author of all time, after William Shakespeare. She also has the honor of being the most widely translated author. She was born in Torquay, Devon, England. She did not receive any formal schooling, but did not lack education either. She taught herself to read from a very young age. During the First World War, she worked as a nurse at a hospital and there met her husband, Archibald Christie. In that period, she also started writing books. The Mysterious Affair at Styles marked the inception of her fictional crime writing career and also gave the world one of the most enticing characters in literature – Hercule Poirot.
Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie. Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller. Agatha Christie was a mystery writer who was one of the world's top-selling authors with works like Murder on the Orient Express and The Mystery of the Blue Train. Born on September 15, 1890, in Torquay, England, Agatha Christie published her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, in 1920, and went on to become one of the most famous writers in history, with mysteries like Murder at the Vicarage, Partners in Crime and Sad Cypress. The youngest of three siblings, she was educated at home by her mother, who encouraged her daughter to write. As a child, Christie enjoyed fantasy play and creating characters, and, when she was 16, moved to Paris for a time to study vocals and piano.
|A1||Darktown Strutters Ball
Performer – Professor Sandy
|A2||Stranger In Paaradise
Performer – Ken Moore
|A3||My Restless Lover
Performer – Carole Christie
|B1||I Get So Lonely
Performer – Three Jacks & A Queen
|B2||Answer Me My Love
Performer – Pat Shaw
|B3||There'll Be No Tear Drops Tonight
Performer – Gene Conway
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