Agatha Christie bibliography

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Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie
Releases
Novels 73
Collections 28
Poems 3
Plays 16
Broadcast works 7
As editor 1
Autobiography 2

Agatha Christie (1890–1976) was an English crime novelist, short story writer and playwright. Although she wrote six romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott, her reputation rests on the 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections that she wrote under her own name, which have sold over two billion copies—an amount only surpassed by the Bible and the works of William Shakespeare.[1] Her works contain several regular characters with whom the public became familiar, including Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, Parker Pyne and Harley Quin.[2][1] Christie wrote more Poirot stories than any of the others, even though she thought the character to be "rather insufferable".[2] Following the publication of the 1975 novel Curtain, Poirot's obituary appeared on the front page of The New York Times.[3][4] The literary historian Howard Haycraft considered that "few fictional sleuths can surpass the amazing little Belgian—with his waxed moustache and egg-shaped head, his inflated confidence in the infallibility of his 'little grey cells', his murderous attacks on the English language—either for individuality or ingenuity."[5]

Christie was born into a wealthy upper-middle-class family in Ashfield, Torquay, Devon. She met her future husband just before the First World War;[a] after he was sent to the Western Front, she worked with the Voluntary Aid Detachment, and in the chemist dispensary, giving her a working background knowledge of medicines and poisons.[2] Christie's writing career began during the war after she was challenged by her sister to write a detective story; she produced The Mysterious Affair at Styles, which was turned down by two publishers before it was eventually published in 1920.[2][6] Following the limited success of the novel, she continued to write and steadily built up a fan base for what Contemporary Authors calls "her unfailingly clever plots".[1] She went on to write over a hundred works, including further novels, short stories and plays. Additionally she wrote two volumes of poetry, two autobiographical books and six romantic works under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott.[7] One of Christie's plays, The Mousetrap, opened in West End theatre in 1952 and, as at September 2015, was still running; in 2009 the London run exceeded 25,000 performances.[8] In September 2015 a public vote identified And Then There Were None—originally published in 1939 under the name Ten Little Niggers—as the public's favourite Christie novel; the book was the writer's favourite, and the one she found most difficult to write.[9]

In September 1930 Christie married the archaeologist Max Mallowan, whom she met when she visited the excavations at Ur in Mesopotamia. The pair travelled frequently on expeditions, where Christie would help with the finds, and she used the experiences as a basis for her plots, including Murder on the Orient Express (1934), Murder in Mesopotamia 1936) and Death on the Nile (1937). She also wrote the autobiographical travel book Come, Tell Me How You Live (1946), which described their life in Syria; her biographer, Janet Morgan, reports that "archaeologists have celebrated ... [Christie's] contribution to Near Eastern exploration".[2] Christie died in January 1976, her reputation as a crime novelist high.[10] Her biographer, H. R. F. Keating, describes Christie as "a towering figure in the history of crime literature",[11] while her obituarist in The Times considers that, following the death of Dorothy L. Sayers in 1957, Christie was "the undoubted queen of her profession".[12]

Novels

First edition cover of The Mysterious Affair at Styles, published in 1920

Initially in chronological order by UK publication date, even when the book was published first in the US or serialised in a magazine in advance of publication in book form.

Christie's novels
UK title[1][13][14] Year of UK
publication
UK publisher
(All London)
Year of US
publication
US title US publisher
(All New York)
Series Notes
The Mysterious Affair at Styles 1920 The Bodley Head 1921 The Mysterious Affair at Styles John Lane Hercule Poirot
The Secret Adversary 1922 The Bodley Head 1922 The Secret Adversary Dodd, Mead & Co Tommy and Tuppence
The Murder on the Links 1923 The Bodley Head 1923 The Murder on the Links Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Man in the Brown Suit 1924 The Bodley Head 1924 The Man in the Brown Suit Dodd, Mead & Co Colonel Race
The Secret of Chimneys 1925 The Bodley Head 1925 The Secret of Chimneys Dodd, Mead & Co Superintendent Battle
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd 1926 William Collins & Sons 1926 The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Big Four 1927 William Collins & Sons 1927 The Big Four Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Mystery of the Blue Train 1928 William Collins & Sons 1928 The Mystery of the Blue Train Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Seven Dials Mystery 1929 William Collins & Sons 1929 The Seven Dials Mystery Dodd, Mead & Co Superintendent Battle
The Murder at the Vicarage 1930 William Collins & Sons 1930 The Murder at the Vicarage Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Giant's Bread 1930 William Collins & Sons 1930 Giant's Bread Doubleday Other As Mary Westmacott
The Floating Admiral 1931 Hodder & Stoughton 1932 The Floating Admiral Doubleday Mystery novel With members of The Detection Club.[15][b]
The Sittaford Mystery 1931 William Collins & Sons 1931 The Murder at Hazelmoor Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Peril at End House 1932 William Collins & Sons 1932 Peril at End House Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Lord Edgware Dies 1933 William Collins & Sons 1933 Thirteen at Dinner Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Murder on the Orient Express 1934 William Collins & Sons 1934 Murder in the Calais Coach Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Unfinished Portrait 1934 William Collins & Sons 1934 Unfinished Portrait Doubleday Other As Mary Westmacott
Why Didn't They Ask Evans? 1934 William Collins & Sons 1935 The Boomerang Clue Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Three Act Tragedy 1935 William Collins & Sons 1934 Murder in Three Acts Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Death in the Clouds 1935 William Collins & Sons 1935 Death in the Air Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The A.B.C. Murders 1936 William Collins & Sons 1936 The A.B.C. Murders Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Murder in Mesopotamia 1936 William Collins & Sons 1936 Murder in Mesopotamia Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Cards on the Table 1936 William Collins & Sons 1937 Cards on the Table Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Dumb Witness 1937 William Collins & Sons 1937 Poirot Loses a Client Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Death on the Nile 1937 William Collins & Sons 1938 Death on the Nile Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Appointment with Death 1938 William Collins & Sons 1938 Appointment with Death Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Hercule Poirot's Christmas 1938 William Collins & Sons 1939 Murder for Christmas Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot Later US editions also published under the title A Holiday for Murder
Murder Is Easy 1939 William Collins & Sons 1939 Easy to Kill Dodd, Mead & Co Superintendent Battle
Ten Little Niggers 1939 William Collins & Sons 1941 And Then There Were None Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Sad Cypress 1940 William Collins & Sons 1940 Sad Cypress Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe 1940 William Collins & Sons 1941 The Patriotic Murders Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot Published in paperback in the US under the title An Overdose of Death
Evil Under the Sun 1941 William Collins & Sons 1941 Evil Under the Sun Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
N or M? 1941 William Collins & Sons 1941 N or M? Dodd, Mead & Co Tommy and Tuppence
The Body in the Library 1942 William Collins & Sons 1942 The Body in the Library Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Five Little Pigs 1942 William Collins & Sons 1942 Murder in Retrospect Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot -
The Moving Finger 1943 William Collins & Sons 1942 The Moving Finger Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Towards Zero 1944 William Collins & Sons 1944 Towards Zero Dodd, Mead & Co Superintendent Battle
Absent in the Spring 1944 William Collins & Sons 1944 Absent in the Spring Farrar & Rinehart Other As Mary Westmacott
Death Comes as the End 1945 William Collins & Sons 1944 Death Comes as the End Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Sparkling Cyanide 1945 William Collins & Sons 1945 Remembered Death Dodd, Mead & Co Colonel Race
The Hollow 1946 William Collins & Sons 1946 The Hollow Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Taken at the Flood 1948 William Collins & Sons 1948 There is a Tide . . . Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Rose and the Yew Tree 1948 Heinemann 1948 The Rose and the Yew Tree Rinehart & Company Other As Mary Westmacott
Crooked House 1949 William Collins & Sons 1949 Crooked House Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
A Murder Is Announced 1950 William Collins & Sons 1950 A Murder Is Announced Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
They Came to Baghdad 1951 William Collins & Sons 1951 They Came to Baghdad Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Mrs McGinty's Dead 1952 William Collins & Sons 1952 Mrs McGinty's Dead Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
They Do It with Mirrors 1952 William Collins & Sons 1952 Murder with Mirrors Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
A Daughter's a Daughter 1952 William Collins & Sons 1963 A Daughter's a Daughter Dell Publishing Other As Mary Westmacott
After the Funeral 1953 William Collins & Sons 1953 Funerals are Fatal Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
A Pocket Full of Rye 1953 William Collins & Sons 1954 A Pocket Full of Rye Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Destination Unknown 1954 William Collins & Sons 1955 So Many Steps to Death Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Hickory Dickory Dock 1955 William Collins & Sons 1955 Hickory Dickory Death Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Dead Man's Folly 1956 William Collins & Sons 1956 Dead Man's Folly Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Burden 1956 Heinemann 1963 The Burden Dell Publishing Other As Mary Westmacott
4.50 from Paddington 1957 William Collins & Sons 1957 What Mrs. McGillicuddy Saw! Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Ordeal by Innocence 1958 William Collins & Sons 1959 Ordeal by Innocence Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Cat Among the Pigeons 1959 William Collins & Sons 1960 Cat Among the Pigeons Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Pale Horse 1961 William Collins & Sons 1962 The Pale Horse Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side 1962 William Collins & Sons 1963 The Mirror Crack'd Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
The Clocks 1963 William Collins & Sons 1964 The Clocks Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
A Caribbean Mystery 1964 William Collins & Sons 1965 A Caribbean Mystery Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
At Bertram's Hotel 1965 William Collins & Sons 1965 At Bertram's Hotel Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Third Girl 1966 William Collins & Sons 1967 Third Girl Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Endless Night 1967 William Collins & Sons 1968 Endless Night Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
By the Pricking of My Thumbs 1968 William Collins & Sons 1968 By the Pricking of My Thumbs Dodd, Mead & Co Tommy and Tuppence
Hallowe'en Party 1969 William Collins & Sons 1969 Hallowe'en Party Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Passenger to Frankfurt 1970 William Collins & Sons 1970 Passenger to Frankfurt Dodd, Mead & Co Mystery novel
Nemesis 1971 William Collins & Sons 1971 Nemesis Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
Elephants Can Remember 1972 William Collins & Sons 1972 Elephants Can Remember Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Postern of Fate 1973 William Collins & Sons 1973 Postern of Fate Dodd, Mead & Co Tommy and Tuppence
Curtain 1975 William Collins & Sons 1975 Curtain Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot Poirot's last case, written in the 1940s.[16]
Sleeping Murder 1976 William Collins & Sons 1976 Sleeping Murder Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple Miss Marple's last case, written in the 1940s.[17]
Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly 2014 HarperCollins Hercule Poirot Written in 1954 to raise money for a church.[18]

Short story collections

Agatha Christie as a girl, date unknown

Many of Christie's stories first appeared in journals, newspapers and magazines.[19] This list consists of the published collections of stories, in chronological order by UK publication date, even when the book was published first in the US or serialised in a magazine in advance of publication in book form.

Christie's short story collections
UK title[1][13][14] Year of UK
publication
UK publisher
(All London)
US title Year of US
publication
US publisher
(All New York)
Series
Poirot Investigates 1924 John Lane Poirot Investigates 1925 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Partners in Crime 1929 William Collins & Sons Partners in Crime 1929 Dodd, Mead & Co Tommy and Tuppence
The Mysterious Mr Quin 1930 William Collins & Sons The Mysterious Mr Quin 1930 Dodd, Mead & Co Harley Quin
The Thirteen Problems[c] 1932 William Collins & Sons The Tuesday Club Murders 1933 Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
The Hound of Death 1933 Odhams Press
The Listerdale Mystery 1934 William Collins & Sons
Parker Pyne Investigates 1934 William Collins & Sons Mr. Parker Pyne, Detective 1934 Dodd, Mead & Co Parker Pyne
Murder in the Mews 1937 William Collins & Sons Dead Man's Mirror 1937 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Regatta Mystery and Other Stories 1939 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot, Parker Pyne & Miss Marple
The Crime in Cabin 66 1943 Vallencey The Mystery of the Crime in Cabin 66 1943 Bantam Books
The Mystery of the Baghdad Chest 1943 Bantam Books The Mystery of the Baghdad Chest 1943 Bantam Books Hercule Poirot
Poirot and the Regatta Mystery 1943 Bantam Books Poirot and the Regatta Mystery 1943 Bantam Books Hercule Poirot
Poirot on Holiday 1943 Todd Hercule Poirot
Problem at Pollensa Bay and The Christmas Adventure 1943 Todd Hercule Poirot
The Veiled Lady and The Mystery of the Baghdad Chest 1944 Todd Hercule Poirot
Poirot Knows the Murderer 1946 Todd Hercule Poirot
The Labours of Hercules 1947 William Collins & Sons The Labors of Hercules: New Adventures in Crime by Hercule Poirot 1947 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Witness for the Prosecution and Other Stories 1948 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot and others
The Under Dog and Other Stories 1951 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
The Mousetrap and Other Stories[d] 1950 Dell Publishing
The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding 1960 William Collins & Sons Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple and others
Double Sin and Other Stories 1961 Dodd, Mead & Co
13 for Luck! A Selection of Mystery Stories for Young Readers 1966 William Collins & Sons 13 for Luck! A Selection of Mystery Stories for Young Readers 1961 Dodd, Mead & Co
Surprise! Surprise! 1965 Dodd, Mead & Co
13 Clues for Miss Marple 1966 Dodd, Mead & Co Miss Marple
The Golden Ball and Other Stories 1971 Dodd, Mead & Co
Poirot's Early Cases 1974 William Collins & Sons Hercule Poirot's Early Cases 1974 Dodd, Mead & Co Hercule Poirot
Miss Marple's Final Cases and Two Other Stories 1979 William Collins & Sons Miss Marple
Problem at Pollensa Bay and Other Stories 1991 Harper Collins
While the Light Lasts and Other Stories 1997 Harper Collins
The Harlequin Tea Set 1997 G. P. Putnam's Sons
The Big Four - The Detective Club (short story version) [20] 2017 Harper Collins Hercule Poirot

Miscellany

Christie with her husband, the archaeologist Max Mallowan
Miscellaneous works by Christie
Title[1][21] Year of first
publication
First edition publisher
(All London)
Category Notes
The Road of Dreams 1924 Geoffrey Bles Poetry
Come, Tell Me How You Live 1946 William Collins & Sons Autobiographical travel book Under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan
Star Over Bethlehem 1965 William Collins & Sons Poetry and short stories Under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan
Poems 1973 William Collins & Sons Poetry
The Times of London Anthology of Detective Stories 1973 John Day Mystery stories Editor, with others
Agatha Christie: An Autobiography 1977 William Collins & Sons Autobiography
The Scoop and Behind the Screen 1983 Victor Gollancz Mystery novellas With members of The Detection Club
The Grand Tour: Around the World with the Queen of Mystery 2012 Letters

Broadcast works

Blue plaque, at her former residence, 58 Sheffield Terrace, Kensington, London

Several of Christie's works have been adapted for stage and screen; the following is a list of only those works directly adapted by her or by a group of which she was a member.[22]

Broadcast works of Christie
Title[1] First performance Date of first performance Type of work Notes Ref.
Behind The Screen BBC Radio 14 June 1930 Radio play Written together with Hugh Walpole, Dorothy L. Sayers, Anthony Berkeley, E. C. Bentley and Ronald Knox of The Detection Club. [23]
The Scoop BBC Radio 10 January 1931 Radio play Written together with Dorothy L. Sayers, E. C. Bentley, Anthony Berkeley, Freeman Wills Crofts and Clemence Dane of The Detection Club. [24]
Wasp's Nest BBC Television 18 June 1937 Television play [25]
The Yellow Iris BBC Radio 2 November 1937 Radio play [26]
Three Blind Mice BBC Radio 30 May 1947 Radio play [27]
Butter in a Lordly Dish BBC Radio 13 January 1948 Radio play [28]
Personal Call BBC Radio 31 May 1954 Radio play [29]

Stage works

From left: Louis Hayward, C. Aubrey Smith, Barry Fitzgerald, Richard Haydn, Mischa Auer and Walter Huston in the 1945 film And Then There Were None, which was based on the 1943 play Ten Little Niggers.
Stage works of Christie
Title[1][11] Location of first performance (London, unless otherwise stated) Date of first performance Year of
publication
Publisher
(All London)
Notes
Black Coffee Embassy Theatre 8 December 1930 1934 Ashley Novelised by Charles Osborne in 1998 as Black Coffee
Ten Little Niggers St James's Theatre 17 October 1943 1944 Samuel French Ltd. Based on the 1939 novel Ten Little Niggers; also known as And Then There Were None.
Appointment with Death Piccadilly Theatre 31 March 1945 1945 Samuel French Ltd. Based on the 1938 novel Appointment with Death
Murder on the Nile Wimbledon Theatre 1945 1948 Samuel French Ltd. Based on the 1937 novel Death on the Nile; a revised version—published as Murder on the Nile—was produced at Ambassadors Theatre on 19 March 1946
The Hollow Fortune Theatre 7 June 1951 1952 Samuel French Ltd. Based on the 1946 novel The Hollow.
The Mousetrap Ambassadors Theatre 25 November 1952 1954 Samuel French Ltd. As of 2015 the play was still running; in 2009 the London run exceeded 25,000 performances.[8]
Witness for the Prosecution Winter Garden Theatre 28 October 1953 1954 Samuel French Ltd. Based upon the 1925 short story "The Witness for the Prosecution"
Spider's Web Savoy Theatre 14 December 1954 1957 Samuel French Ltd. Novelised by Charles Osborne in 1998 as Spider's Web
Towards Zero St James's Theatre 4 September 1956 1957 Samuel French Ltd. With Gerald Verner; based on the novel Towards Zero
Verdict Strand Theatre 22 May 1958 1958 Samuel French Ltd.
The Unexpected Guest Duchess Theatre 12 August 1958 1958 Samuel French Ltd. Novelised by Charles Osborne in 1998 as The Unexpected Guest
Go Back for Murder Duchess Theatre 23 March 1960 1960 Samuel French Ltd. Based on the novel Five Little Pigs
Rule of Three Duchess Theatre 20 December 1962 1963 Samuel French Ltd. Contains three works: Afternoon at the Sea-side, The Patient and The Rats
Fiddlers Three Kings Theatre, Southsea 7 June 1971
Akhnaton New York 1979 1973 William Collins & Sons First produced under the title Akhnaton and Nefertiti.
Chimneys Pitlochry Festival Theatre Company 1 June 2006 Unpublished. Written in 1931, but unperformed until 2006. Based on the 1925 novel The Secret of Chimneys.

Notes and references

Notes

  1. ^ Christie was married twice. She married Archibald Christie in December 1914 but the couple were in divorced in 1928; she then married the archaeologist Max Mallowan and the relationship lasted until Christie's death.[2]
  2. ^ A chapter each was completed by: Canon Victor Whitechurch, George and Margaret Cole, Henry Wade, Agatha Christie, John Rhode, Milward Kennedy, Sayers, Ronald Knox, Freeman Wills Crofts, Edgar Jepson, Clemence Dane and Anthony Berkeley. G. K. Chesterton contributed the prologue.[15]
  3. ^ An abridged edition was published as The Mystery of the Blue Geraniums, and Other Tuesday Club Murders by Bantam Books in 1940.[13]
  4. ^ Republished in 1950 as Three Blind Mice and Other Stories.[13]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h "Agatha (Mary Clarissa) Christie". Contemporary Authors. Gale. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 8 September 2015.  (subscription required)
  2. ^ a b c d e f Morgan 2015.
  3. ^ "Poirot". Agatha Christie Limited. Archived from the original on 12 April 2010. Retrieved 10 June 2013. 
  4. ^ Lask, Thomas (6 August 1975). "Hercule Poirot is Dead; Famed Belgian Detective". The New York Times. New York. p. 1.  (subscription required)
  5. ^ Haycraft 1941, p. 131.
  6. ^ Engelhardt 2011, p. 83.
  7. ^ Hall 1984, p. 6.
  8. ^ a b "The Mousetrap". Mousetrap Productions Limited. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 9 September 2015. 
  9. ^ Flood, Alison (1 September 2015). "And Then There Were None declared world's favourite Agatha Christie novel". The Guardian. London. 
  10. ^ Hall 1984, p. 5.
  11. ^ a b Keating 1988, p. 71.
  12. ^ "Dame Agatha Christie". The Times. London. 13 January 1976. p. 16. 
  13. ^ a b c d Dalby 2004, pp. 32–38.
  14. ^ a b Keating 1988, pp. 68–71.
  15. ^ a b "The Floating Admiral". British Library Catalogue. London: British Library. Retrieved 1 June 2015. 
  16. ^ Fitzgibbon 1980, p. 45.
  17. ^ Zemboy 2008, p. 144.
  18. ^ http://www.agathachristie.com/stories/hercule-poirot-and-the-greenshore-folly
  19. ^ Fitzgibbon 1980, p. 83.
  20. ^ Original 12-part short story version
  21. ^ Dalby 2004, p. 37.
  22. ^ Fitzgibbon 1980, pp. 98–99.
  23. ^ "Behind the Screen". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 10 September 2015. 
  24. ^ "The Scoop". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 10 September 2015. 
  25. ^ "Theatre Parade: The Wasp's Nest". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2015. 
  26. ^ "The Yellow Iris". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2015. 
  27. ^ "Three Blind Mice". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2015. 
  28. ^ "Butter in a Lordly Dish". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2015. 
  29. ^ "Personal Call". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Archived from the original on 11 September 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2015. 

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