Just a dream: a partial re-solution of Agatha Christie's 'And then there were none': A case of almost, but not quite, getting the job done
Ex uno plures: Global French in, on and of the rue morgue and the orient express
Agatha Christie's 'Dead Man's Folly': stagnation, negation and adaptation
"Beautiful shining order": detective authority in Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express
Homogenizing the radical, or vice versa? adapting (to) The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
- Rolls, Alistair, Franks, Rachel
Pierre Bayard and the ironies of detective criticism: from text back to work
- Rolls, Alistair, Gulddal, Jesper
An ankle queerly turned, or the fetishised bodies in Agatha Christie's The Body in the Library
Ten missing minutes to disavow the passing of hours: a psychological, analytical rereading of The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
Putting people in jail, putting people in books: author characters in Agatha Christie and Dashiell Hammett
Lever le rideau sur Hercule Poirot quitte la scène: Agatha Christie à la lumière de Pierre Bayard
'That deep underground savage instinct' narratives of sacrifice and retribution in Agatha Christie's Appointment with Death
An age of contradiction, or who killed Colonel Protheroe?
Adapting to loiterly reading: Agatha Christie's original adaptation of "The witness for the prosecution"
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