I love Miss Marple because she embraces her age with style and flair and tells us real women that it's ok to allow nature to take it's course. Ladies, you can Botox till your ears disappear but I bet you'd love to just let go.....relax about the odd grey hair and the extra few pounds.
Dame Margaret Rutherford as Miss Marple. Oh--it's all cliche after cliche and she mugs terribly --yet, there is a lighthearted skepticism here about human character that keeps each pot in the series warm, but not boiling.
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'The Life and Times of Miss Jane Marple' (1997) by Canadian author Anne Hart. With great care and genuine affection, the author has examined every short story and novel in which Miss Marple appears, uncovering and tying together details and observations that even the most avid reader may have overlooked or forgotten. What emerges is as clear and engaging a picture of the shrewd and fluffy spinster as one is ever likely to see. A satisfying addition to the libraries of Agatha Christie…