Agatha Christie the author of the mystery novel And Then There Were None used foreshadowing. She used both external and internal conflict to portray the theme a person guilt can be the cause of their death. Her dream was to become a mystery writer who story lines were peculiar to reader.
Agatha Christie was born from Frederick Alvah miller and Clarissa Margaret Boehmer on September 15, 1890. She was raised in the southern coastal town of Torquay England. Her father was a stockbroker and her mother stayed home to educate her. Her birth name was Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller. She grew up in an upper-middle class family. She wrote about this class in most of her books. She had two other siblings Louis and Margaret. Louis joined the army and Margaret got married after their father past away (“Christie Agatha” 176; Merriman; “How she wrote”).
Christie was educated privately at home by her parents and tutors. She later went on to study music in Paris France. Her mother hopes that one day she would become a famous opera singer. She was unable to get over her stage fright. One of her hobbies was buying houses and decorating them. She would live in the house for a short time and sell and move on to another one. She loves to travel the world. She and her mother travel the Middle East after she graduated. Most of her writing inspiration came from trips she took to new places and adventure she went on (“Christie Agatha”; Kunitz 280).
Christie got baptized at the All Saint’s Church, where her family went to service. She did not have many friends as a child. She used her imagination to create friends and characters. Her mother encouraged her to write a lot. She wrote her first poem at the age eleven (“Christie Agatha”176; Kunitz 279).
Agatha Christie work as a nurse for the Red Cross during World War I. Christie learned a lot about drug and prescriptions while working at the clinic. She later used what she learned about medication in her books. Her writing career started when her sister Margaret challenge her to write a good detective story. Margaret was tired of hearing Christie complain about bad story that was being published. She wrote her first book the Mystery Affairs at Styles at the age of thirty (“Christie Agatha”176; “Agatha Christie”; “How she wrote”).
Christie famous works includes Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, and Unfinished Portrait. Hercule Poirot was published in 1923 followed by other short stories. She wrote six romantic novels under the pseudonym Mary Wesmocot. Christie works is loved by people all around the world. Her work has been translated into more than hundred languages. She wrote dozens plays including the most famous one of all The Mousetrap. She wrote The Mousetrap as a birthday present for Queen Mary’s eighty birthday (“Agatha Christie”; “How she wrote”).
Christie received her country highest honor the dame commander of the British Empire. She became president of the British detective club in 1967. Her play The Mousetrap...