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Agatha Christie novels reworked to remove potentially offensive language

Poirot and Miss Marple mysteries have passages edited by sensitivity readers for latest HarperCollins editions Several Agatha Christie novels have been edited to remove potentially offensive language, including insults and references to ethnicity. Poirot and Miss Marple mysteries written between 1920 and 1976 have had passages reworked or removed in new editions published by HarperCollins to strip them of language and descriptions that modern audiences find offensive, especially those involving the characters Christie’s protagonists encounter outside the UK. Continue reading...

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