Towards Zero

edited January 2014 in Ask an expert


I am doing a research on Agatha Christie's use of legal terms in Towards Zero and would like to know an opinion of people who read it. I'd appreciate if you could tell me whetrer was the legal jargon..difficult to understand, easy to grasp, not easy but you're familiar with it through other of her works, or you did not pay attention to legal jargon or even felt sorry for the translator.

Thank you for any opinion. Tanya.


  • Tommy_A_JonesTommy_A_Jones Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
    I Don't remember Legal Jargon so I must have found it easy
  • Thank you, so did I. :)
  • Tommy_A_JonesTommy_A_Jones Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
    We could have diffewrent interpretations of Legal Jargon, I mean things like things like Quick Pro quo and Crime afacey and words that come up in Contracts so don't just take my word for it will you?
  • I am actually trying to make several polls so could weight other people's ideas, too. When I read it I did not notice anything unusual by means of legal terminology, although I didn't pay much attention to it so now I am underlying anything from scientific jargon to various points of law..
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