Christie’s “Poirot” Draws Curtains After Twenty-Five Years

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Our own Rumblr editor, Molly McArdle, has a piece up in the Los Angeles Review of Books celebrating the twenty-five year run of “Poirot,” a British television series based on stories by Agatha Christie.

In her piece, she examines the nuanced titular protagonist of “Poirot,” as well as the beloved show’s cultural and literary significance. McArdle’s love for the show and its characters is tangible, and may just prompt you to check it out while you’re waiting on the new season of Doctor Who.

 


Kaveh Akbar's poems appear in the New Yorker, Poetry, Paris Review, Best American Poetry, New York Times, and elsewhere. He is the author of Calling a Wolf a Wolf (Alice James 2017) and a chapbook, Portrait of the Alcoholic, published by Sibling Rivalry. The recipient of a Levis Reading Prize and a Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship, Kaveh is the founding editor of Divedapper, a home for interviews with major voices in contemporary poetry. Born in Tehran, Iran, he teaches at Purdue University and in the low-residency MFA programs at Randolph College and Warren Wilson. More from this author →