Agatha Christie quote about opinion from The Mysterious Affair at Styles - You have a right to your own opinion, just as I have to mine.
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You have a right to your own opinion, just as I have to mine.
 Agatha Christie, The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920). copy citation

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“Privately I thought it lucky that he had associated with him someone of a more receptive type of mind.
Poirot was surveying me with quietly twinkling eyes.
«You are not pleased with me, mon ami?»
«My dear Poirot,» I said coldly, «it is not for me to dictate to you. You have a right to your own opinion, just as I have to mine.»
«A most admirable sentiment,» remarked Poirot, rising briskly to his feet. «Now I have finished with this room. By the way, whose is the smaller desk in the corner?»
«Mr. Inglethorp's.»
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