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Agatha Christie's Poirot quotes

Harrington Pace: Fellow asked me the other day, a Bolshie, you know, asked me had I ever actually made anything during my worthless life. "Certainly," I said. "I've made a lot of friends, I've made a lot of enemies, and I've made a lot of money."

Hercule Poirot: (Dictating a letter to Miss Lemon, who is taking notes) To the Bulldog Breed Laundry. Dear Sirs: Once again, I am obliged to communicate to you, the dissatisfaction I have for the starching of my collars. I refer to my instructions of the second of March, 1935, and subsequent letters.

Hercule Poirot: (reading from the murderer's journal) "Our only captain of industry is the vulgarian Mr. Roger Ackroyd. The factory from which Ackroyd's ill-gotten wealth emanates, encapsulates the life we lead here: ferment and turmoil... It is here that he lines his pockets by combining unlikely chemicals to make unnecessary products while befouling the very air we breathe. He likes to think of himself as a scientist."

Miss Gilchrist: Young people nowadays seem so uncaring. They don't know what it is to be alone in the world.
Hercule Poirot: The journey of life... it can be hard for those of us who travel alone, Mademoiselle. Have you always been a companion to a lady?
Miss Gilchrist: No. I used to have my own tea shop, "The Willow Tree". Oh, it was a delightful little place, Mr Poirot. All the china was blue-willow patterned... so pretty, and the cakes were really awfully good, if I say it myself. But a Lions establishment opened up nearby and my little place failed.
Hercule Poirot: Ah. Oh, this happens to many people in these times, I think.
Miss Gilchrist: (Service bell rings) It's Mr Timmons' bell...

Hercule Poirot: May I be impertinent, Madame?
Frederica Rice: Is there such a thing these days?
Hercule Poirot: (he smiles) You care for Monsieur Lazarus?
Frederica Rice: He's rich.
Hercule Poirot: Oo-la-la! That is an ugly thing to say.
Frederica Rice: (smiling) Better to say it myself than have you say it for me.
Hercule Poirot: You are very intelligent, madame.
Frederica Rice: You'll be giving me a diploma next!

Hercule Poirot: (On the train, looking out at the beautiful landscape) Look at it, Hastings. Not a building in sight. Not a restaurant, not a theatre, not an art gallery. A wasteland!
Captain Hastings: I thought you liked the country?
Hercule Poirot: But this is not the country, my friend. The country is full of trees. And flowers! And public houses! This is a desert!

Ferguson: (to Poirot) Quite a field day for you, isn't it? Everyone dropping like flies!

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