The James Bond Dossier

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New American Library, 1965 - 142 pages
A racy rundown on 007 as secret agent, sexual athlete, and super-hero. Novelist Kingsley Amis searches for the real man behind the world-famous exploits as he probes Bond's whole life--adventures, habits, weapons, and women.

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Mr. Kingsley Amis was a novelist of great gifts, and this book is a study of the strengths and virtues of the successful writer of the James bond Corpus. Mr. Amis has a certain undercurrent of envy ... Read full review

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An interesting early critique of Fleming’s James Bond fiction which also contains some useful comments about the first few movies. Amis is a friend but not a blind one, and he cites a few instances ... Read full review

Contents

PREFACE
9
THE MAN WHO IS ONLY A SILHOUETTE II
11
SIT DOWN 007
16
Copyright

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