Four hands for Agatha Christie
Illustration about the famous writer Agatha Christie for Principia Magazine issue 12, which focuses on science and functional diversity.
Agatha Christie, “the great lady of mystery”, who wrote a lot of detective novels, suffered from a muscle coordination problem called dysgraphia, which complicated her handwriting. She depended on her friend, confidant and assistant to type her dictations.
<<I am virtuous in the art of scriptwriting, but in my fingers, something as simple as joining some letters to others is comparable to Sisyphus’ punishment.>>