Genre- the genre of Murder on the Orient Express I think is a detective murder mystery as the murder seems as though it will never be logically solved.
Orient Express- is one of the world's most famous luxury trains, which made its maiden voyage from Paris in 1883 to Istanbul; its last regular scheduled servi...
Do you like murder, mystery, and suspense? Well if you do Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie, is the for you. This novel portrays the trials and tribulations of Hercule Poirot, a talented and experienced detective. Within the first few chapters the reader is already caught in a web of and lies. Though this specific case seems utterly unsolvable, Poirot is able to see through the deception and figure out the unbelievable solution.
A lavish train ride unfolds into a stylish & suspenseful mystery. From the novel by Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express tells of thirteen stranded strangers & one man's race to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again.
However, in Agatha Christie’s novel, Murder on the Orient Express, the characters act dishonestly: twelve passengers on the Orient Express murder Cassetti, they lie to the Belgian private detective, Hercule Poirot and the protagonist overlooks the passengers.
Coincidently, there is a doctor on board the Orient Express. After he exams the body and Hercule Poirot searches the compartment, they find certain inconsistencies. Mr. Ratchett has been stabbed twelve times. This seems very normal, but each stab is completely different. A few are very strong blows, while some are incredibly weak. Not to mention the fact that a few stabs are performed with the left hand while others are clearly done with the right. In Mr. Ratchett's compartment, Poirot too finds things to be amiss. He discovers a mysterious piece of with the word Armstrong faintly inscribed...Poirot turned this name round and round in his mind. Finally, after numerous hours, he remembered a case, a kidnaping and murder. Hercule then realized that this dead man was not Mr. Ratchett at all. He was actually, Cassetti, a notorious gangster, and little Daisy Armstrong's kidnapper. Now, all Poirot had to do was figure out whom on the train was close to Daisy Armstrong and her family.
It all begins when Monsieur Poirot boards an unseasonably crowded train, the Orient Express. In the winter, the Orient Express is usually lucky to accommodate ten passengers all season. Though, on this specific voyage, every single compartment is mysteriously full. From an alight princess to a common maid, a wide variety of people are aboard the train at this time. Everything seems to be going routinely until a dead body is discovered in one of the compartments. This individual is a passenger on the train, Mr. Ratchett. Since the Express was barricaded by snow the entire night, it is an inevitable fact that the murderer has to be someone on the train. Thus, EVERYONE is a suspect.
Poirot turned this name round and round in his mind. Finally, after numerous hours, he remembered a case, a kidnaping and murder. Hercule then realized that this dead man was not Mr. Ratchett at all. He was actually, Cassetti, a notorious gangster, and little Daisy Armstrong's kidnapper. Now, all Poirot had to do was figure out whom on the train was close to Daisy Armstrong and her family.
The reader may believe this quote goes with her book, Murder on the Orient Express very well and some may believe she used this quote as a thesis for the book.
-A very cold winter in Europe in 1928 to 1929 when the Orient Express was stuck in a snowdrift near the Turkish border for six days and the kidnapping of the Lindbergh baby in the United States in 1932 which Agatha called the Armstrong family.
Nel corso della sua vita la scrittrice britannica Agatha Christie ha redatto tantissimi romanzi gialli da cui sono stati tratti film e serie televisive. Era l’estate del 1933 quando Murder on the Orient Express veniva pubblicato per la prima volta a puntate sul settimanale statunitense The Saturday Evening Post.
"Justitia fiat, ruat coelum!" Or, "Let justice be done, though the heavens fall!" Some smart Latin-speaking person probably said that. But is justice done in the conclusion of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express?
La storia è ambientata sull’Orient Express, su cui viaggiano passeggeri con vite molto diverse fra loro. In una giornata in cui il treno è particolarmente affollato, subito dopo la mezzanotte, suddetto è costretto a fermarsi sui binari a causa della neve.