Dark Sheila

in Poetry of To-day Vol I, No 3

CHRISTIE, Agatha

CHRISTIE, Agatha Dark Sheila in Poetry of To-day Vol I, No 3

Erskine Macdonald, 1919.

Original printed self-wrappers, saddle stitched. A near fine copy with some rusting to the staples.

One of Agatha Christie's first appearances in print, her poem "World Hymn" appearing in the previous issue of Poetry of Today, but preceding her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, by some eighteen months. The poem was reprinted in Christie's 1924 poetry collection, The Road of Dreams, and the author reused the first four lines as an "old Irish ballad" in the 1930 story collection, The Mysterious Mr Quin.

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