The Detection Club: Deathly Swinging

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Imagine 1930, a group of writers, London, Murderers , Victims. And a skull named Eric. This is basically the Detection Club in a nut shell. But let’s bite into the mistery…

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The Women of Christie (Part 1)


Agatha Christie was born a Victorian but grew up in a time when women had one foot in a crinoline and the other down a trouser leg. The Great War came and people started toppling off their Victorian pedestals into a steadily germinating modernity. More and more women were learning how to drive, volunteering as aid during the war, running establishments and basically entering what were predominantly patriarchal roles; finally, sexual stereotypes and gender roles were being renegotiated.

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