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OverviewAuthorAgatha ChristieYear Published1934TypeNovelGenreFiction, MysteryPerspective and NarratorMurder on the Orient Express is narrated by a third-person omniscient narrator. The narrator primarily concentrates on describing events but occasionally focuses on the characters' thoughts and behavior, especially those of the main character, Hercule Poirot.
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Murder on Orient Expressby Agatha Christie"Murder on the Orient Express" Novel (1934)Murder on The Orient Express, written in 1934, is considered a Golden Age, between-the wars, or classic mystery novel. Christie's novels accurately portray the life of upper-middle class, British men and women of this period.
A pre-reading activity. It works with Agatha Christie's biography and quick introduction to the book
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This is a vocabulary and cloze activity to use with the movie 'Murder on the Orient Express.' Students translate crime related vocabulary and use these key words to complete the cloze activity. The activity also serves as a summary of 'Murder on the Orient Express' and can be used to scaffold students' own movie or text summaries.