After the Funeral

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Title: After the funeral

Author: Agatha Christie

Translator: Roya Saeedi

Publisher: Hermes

Subject: English stories

Age category: All ages

Number of pages: 317

Language: Farsi

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After the Funeral is another detective work by Agatha Christie, first published in 1953 under the title Funerals are Fenal. The book was republished in England in 1963 under the title Murder at the Gallop.

The book is one of Poirot detective stories after the funeral, but it is interesting to note that in the film adaptation based on this story, Ms. Marple appears instead of Poirot detective.

The book after the funeral
Crime fiction is one of the most popular genres of literature around the world, which is of interest to various people, especially teenagers and young adults. Exciting and stressful stories in which the author tries to take the audience with him and lead him to a rebellion in the details and events.

Agatha Christie is a writer who has been very successful in this work. After the funeral is one of the fascinating stories of this author that you can enjoy reading.

About the book after Agatha Christie’s funeral
The story of the book is the story of the death of a rich man who dies in his house. His family and relatives gather after the funeral to read the will. In this gathering, the man’s sister claimed that he had been killed. The next day, they found the body of the rich man’s sister. It was here that Detective Poirot was summoned to uncover the mystery.

The story, like all Christie’s funerals, has received a great deal of attention and has been translated into countless languages. The story of this book is also the subject of one of the episodes of Poirot Detective series.

آAbout Agatha Christie, the author of the book After the Funeral
Agatha Clarissa Miller is the most famous and best-selling female author of history with many titles and records. He was born to an American father and an English mother in England in the late nineteenth century. Agatha was an intelligent girl who learned to read and write at the age of five. After that, he was constantly studying in his father’s library, which made him a person of knowledge.

Agatha’s youth coincided with the years of World War II, and she, like many of her peers, worked behind the scenes. Working in a pharmacy at that time taught him many things about poisons and medicines that were later very effective in his books.

Agatha married Archibald Christie in 1914 and has since used her husband’s name. He started writing love stories but was not successful. It was in 1920 that he published his first detective story, The Mysterious Story of Styles, and that was the beginning of his fame.
Agatha has written more than 60 crime novels and her stories have been translated into more than a hundred different languages. He also wrote a play called The Mouse Trap, which has had more than 20,000 performances in a London theater since the 1950s. This is an honor that even Shakespeare’s theaters have not achieved.

“Then None Survived” by Agatha Christie is the author’s best-selling book, which has sold over 100 million copies worldwide.
A film was also made based on this book of the same name, which was able to attract a lot of attention. Among the surviving works of Agatha Christie are Death on the Nile, Double Sin, Murder in the Priest’s House, Death in the Clouds, Patriotic Crimes, and Hercule Poirot’s Christmas.

Agatha Christie has received the Grand Master Award from the American Criminal Society for her many years of writing. He died of natural causes in 1976 at the age of 85 in his home

Translation of the book into Persian after the funeral
Police stories in Iran, like many countries in the world, have their readers. In recent years, various publishers have tried to make the best puzzle stories in the world available to Iranian audiences with the best translations.

One of the publishers that has done a great job in this field is Hermes Publishing. The publisher has also published the book after the funeral, translated by Roya Saeedi, in the form of a detective book.

Why read a book after a funeral?
Agatha Christie’s books are enjoyable and readable. He is a unique writer and has been able to write stories that attract people around the world.

His stories are independent of gender, age, culture and geography. No one still knows the secret of Christie’s great success, but her books are arguably the best way to get teens interested in reading.
The book is another mystery of Christie after the funeral, in which she accompanies you with her beloved and beloved detective Poirot to unravel the mystery of strange murders. The stories after the funeral are not very long and are a great option for reading before bed or when you are waiting somewhere.

‌ In the part after the funeral we read
Thank you very much for coming. Timothy and I both thank you very much. Truth be told, Richard’s death was worse for Timothy than any other incident.

Ant Wessel had never viewed his friend’s death from this angle; But now you could see that Mrs. Timothy Ebernette was only looking at Richard’s death from this angle. As they walked toward the exit of the station, Mode explained the situation to him:

First of all, I must say that Richard’s death was shocking for Timothy. Timothy was deeply attached to Richard. His death made Timothy constantly think about dying.
You know he was not happy before, but now he has completely lost his spirit. He says that of the three sons in the family, he is the only one who survives and keeps repeating that his turn will come soon. In short, one of these troublesome professions.

Ant Wessel and Maude got out of the train station, and Maude walked to where he had parked the car, which was very old and dilapidated.

Maud said:
-I’m really sorry. Do you see what we have? We have been wanting to buy a new car for several years, but our budget is not enough. We’ve changed the engine twice and you know how well these old cars work. I hope it turns out now. Sometimes we have to turn it on with the handle.

Mood started a few times, but to no avail. You could hear noises from the engine, but it did not turn on. Ant Wessel, who had never lit a car with a handle in his life, was a little worried.

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