Poirot Investigates Topics for Discussion

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Poirot investigates using his own method. Describe that method and give some examples of it in action.

Does the relationship between Poirot and Hastings influence the way the story develops?

Hastings as a character is a "foil" to Poirot. Define the word foil as pertains to literary criticism and explain why you think Hastings serves this role.

Are "real-life" detectives as infallible as Poirot? Why or why not?

How does Poirot's method of solving crimes compare to a typical police department?

Is there a perfect crime? How often do you think a perfect crime is committed? Do you know of any famous crimes that were never solved? Discuss one.

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