Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Detection Unlimited

Originally published: 1953

As the title implies there are many suspects for the murder of Sampson Warrenby, found dead under a tree in his garden with a bullet through his brain and many people all too ready to tell Inspector Hemingway who did it.

I was immediately drawn into a world gone by in a small village, with characters such as Mrs Midgeholme with her pack of Pekes, whose names all begin with ‘U’, Mr Drybeck, the old-fashioned solicitor, Warrenby’s long-suffering niece, Mavis, the country squire and his lady-wife, the maiden aunt Miss Patterdale, and the village bobby on his bicycle. A spot of blackmail, and a number of twists and turns in the plot kept me interested to the end.

3 comments:

Thankful Paul said...

Hello!

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(o___o) said...

Hi :)
thanks for leaving a comment!

well now ive done some further research about capitalism and globalization, yes in any rate, any type of social, economic system contains the class hierarki. in capitalism, there are the bourgeosie and the proletariat yes? but the bourgeosie took hold/monopolied the higher part of the economic system, (Capitalist -> buy labour power -> make profits). on the other hand (Proletariat -> sell labour power ->to make wage), so basically it is not possible for the lower class people to develop. in capitalism, imperialism takes places. On the contrary, globalization contains no proles or bgsie, everyone is given a chance to rise. i think thats about it that i can crack between those two lol

see ya~