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The Labours of Hercules (part 2 of 2)

by Agatha Christie

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Les Romains et les Grecs ont eu leur grand héros : Hercule. Les temps modernes ont leur grand détective : Poirot. Mais si Hercule se distinguait par sa force prodigieuse, Poirot, lui, est un cérébral — les petites cellules grises... Comme son illustre prédécesseur, il va nettoyer les écuries d'Augias, dompter le taureau de Crète, capturer Cerbère... et autres besognes éreintantes. Mais sans bouger un muscle. En réfléchissant. De là à dire que ses exploits surpassent ceux du mythique colosse, il n'y a qu'un pas. Que Poirot hésite à franchir. Après tout, il n'est que l'éblouissant successeur d'un demi-dieu…
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Der Kretische Stier: Hercule Poirot schaute seine Besucherin nachdenklich an.
Die Stuten des Diomedes: Das Telefon klingelte.
Der Gürtel der Hippolyta: Eines führt zum anderen, wie Hercule Poirot ohne Anspruch auf Originalität so gerne sagt.
Geryons Herde: Entschuldigen Sie vielmals, dass ich so eindringe, Monsieur Poirot.
Die Äpfel der Hesperiden: Hercule Poirot blickte nachdenklich in das Gesicht des Mannes an dem grossen Mahagonischreibtisch.
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Die letzten Arbeiten des Herkules, aka Abschiedsvorstellung für Monsieur P. contains German translations of the last six stories from The Labours of Herkules.The first six are in Die ersten Arbeiten des Herkules aka Monsieur P. ist neugierig.
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