Dear Associates,

I am the literary critical detective.

In my work I examine the mise en scene of classic detective stories carefully, paying attention to the smallest metaphorical detail, sifting through the facts and then distorting them according to my whim.
My friends have been kind enough to express some interest in my observations and so to this end I am making this journal available. I hope that you might also find it of some interest.

The Literary Critical Detective.

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Agatha's active forgetting.

Notes from my investigation:

It has become clear to me that Agatha Christie keeps forgetting what she want to say about memory in her novel Elephants Can Remember.

I now know what to make of this strange fact and am in the process of writing up my report.

More anon.

Dr Holden.

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