Espionage Fiction Reviews: Facing Down the Enemy Within

From ยป Times Live Mon Dec 3 2012, 12:49:47

By William Saunderson-Meyer for the Sunday Times The straightforward moral clarity of the James Bond era in British espionage fiction during the Cold War - "We good, They bad" - was relatively short-lived. Writer Ian Fleming's jingoistic triumphalism was soon overtaken by the remorseless relativity of the John le Carré school, which boiled down to a self-flagellating proclamation of "They bad, We worse". ...

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