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From Russia With Love

Author: Ian Fleming
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448139295
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SMERSH, the Russian intelligence unit, is hell-bent on destroying Special Agent James Bond. His death would deal a hammer blow to the heart of The British Secret Service. The lure? The chance for 007 to bring the Spektor decoding machine from Istanbul to London, and for the British to take the upper hand in a chilling new front of the Cold War. So begins a deadly game of bluff and double bluff, with Bond a marked man as he enters the murky world of Balkan espionage.

Ian Fleming S James Bond In From Russia With Love As A Nostalgic Desire For A Revived British Supremacy

Author: Parwez Paryani
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3668274797
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Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Trier, course: James Bond, language: English, abstract: Ian Fleming’s “James Bond: From Russia, With Love” is the fifth novel of the world famous James Bond series. The books reached an iconic status in film and literature. Considering the time of its publication in 1957 it is arguable that the narration of the novel and its depiction of the characters highly reflects the dichotomous nature of Cold War politics, making reference to the associated propaganda campaigns on both sides, East and West, in the 1950’s. A particularly salient feature of this novel, which stands contrary to other James Bond novels, is that Fleming dedicates the first half of the story to the description of the main villains, thoroughly portraying the viciously ruthless dictatorship of the Soviet communist party leaders. Obedience of subordination seems to have been achieved solely on the grounds of fear. In contrast, the protagonist, his agency MI5 and its head executive maintain a rather personal relationship, illustrating a selflessly idealistic incentive behind James Bond’s extremely dangerous endeavors as a spy. But why did Fleming deploy such a simplistic black-and-white scheme? And why does the British intelligence play an exceptionally central role in counter-measures against the “evil” Soviets described in “From Russia, With Love”, even though Great Britain, in comparison to the United States, had to accept an inferior role in anti-communist efforts? In consideration of Fleming’s involvement in the British naval intelligence, the answer might be convincingly apparent, yet, it is arguable that the cultural consequences of the British Empire’s decolonization process on the British society influenced the way Fleming unfolded his story. The implicit notion in “From Russia, With Love” that James Bond successfully prevails in all adverse circumstances of his adventure in Istanbul might insinuate Fleming’s intention to figuratively shift the British nation back onto the former hegemonic status of the preceding century. This paper aims to analyze Fleming’s depiction of the opposing characters as well as their respective intelligence agencies in view of the literary zeitgeist of the early Cold War era and the consequences of gradual decolonization in the British public. On the grounds of historical evidence, the extent to which Fleming’s novel accommodated the British nostalgic desire for a new supremacy in an internationally constricting sphere of influence will be examined.

Englishness In Ian Fleming S James Bond Movie From Russia With Love

Author: Hakima Imaankaf
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3656652872
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Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English - Literature, Works, grade: 1,0, University of Duisburg-Essen (Anglistik), course: "Englishnesses", language: English, abstract: Showing how Britishness/Englishness is constructed in James Bond movies will be the main aim of this research paper. Therefore, it is essential to clarify the difference between a British and an English identity if there is any. Taking a closer look at the Bond movie From Russia With Love might help to detect what kind of national identity is constructed as well as to answer the question whether James Bond is a British or an English icon.

007 From Russia With Love

Author: Nelson Taruc
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780761551041
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James Bond 007: From Russia with Love James Bond is Back! Unlock and beat all hidden levels! Every Bond Moment revealed! Vital tactics for winning all awards! Key tips for mastering multiplayer levels!

Double The 007 From Russia With Love And Dr No James Bond 5 6

Author: Ian Fleming
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1448162467
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From Russia with Love ‘We are here to find a target who will fulfil our requirements. Someone who is admired and whose ignominious destruction would cause dismay’ A beautiful Soviet spy. A brand-new Spektor cipher machine. SMERSH has set an irresistible trap that threatens the entire Secret Service. In Fleming’s fifth 007 novel Bond finds himself enmeshed in a deadly game of cross and double cross. Dr No ‘The first shot had been fired. There would be others. And whose finger was on the trigger? Who had got him so accurately in their sights?’ Crab Key island is desolate and remote. So why is Dr No defending it so ruthlessly? Only Bond can uncover the truth, in Fleming’s sixth 007 adventure.

Ian Fleming James Bond

Author: Edward P. Comentale
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253345233
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Cultural critics examine the many faces of 007 and of its creator, Ian Fleming, placing the original novels in the political and social contexts that spawned the character.

James Bond The Ultimate Collection Pvg

Author: Wise Publications
Publisher: Wise Publications
ISBN: 1783238305
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Featuring all the essential songs from all 24 films, James Bond: The Ultimate Collection is the most comprehensive compendium of those timeless, distinctive and stylish tunes about everyone's favourite spy ever compiled. These 26 songs are considered all-time greats of film music, and they're all arranged in Piano, Vocal and Guitar format for your eyes only, including Sam Smith's No.1 hit Writing's On The Wall from the most recent film 'Spectre'. The theme tunes for the 007 movies have become absolute classics in themselves, and with this James Bond sheet music songbook, you can learn to play the original James Bond Theme, Diamonds Are Forever and Live And Let Die, while reliving the incredible action sequences and plot twists of the films. Those memorable songs from every film are included, even the themes from Bond's recent outings like Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Spectre so you can play the modern hits as well as the old classics. With full notation for Piano, Vocal and Guitar, the book also shows full lyrics and chords, so that when it comes to playing the best songs from your favourite Bond films, if you're armed with this James Bond songbook, nobody will do it better. If a songbook is not enough, the book also features dedicated pages for each film, offering photographs; information about Bond's gadgets, cars and female friends; and notes about the music, making this an essential addition to any Bond or movie-lover's bookshelf. You've seen the films, you've loved the music, now you can own the Ultimate Collection of James Bond sheet music and ensure that you don't only sing twice, but play these diamond tunes forever. It's perhaps the highest honour for a musician to work on the Bond theme, and with this book you'll be following in some big footsteps. From huge voices like Shirley Bassey, Tina Turner, Adele and Sam Smith to the best songwriters like Louis Armstrong, Paul McCartney and Jack White, each song has a touch of class brought to it by the best in contemporary musicians. Whether you want to play this music for your ears only, or perform these songs infused with a confidence and smoothness that 007 would be proud of, James Bond: The Ultimate Collection is an unbeatable sheet music selection that will place the exact notes at your very capable fingertips. Song List: The James Bond Theme (Dr. No)From Russia with Love (From Russia with Love)007 Theme (From Russia with Love)Goldfinger (Goldfinger)Thunderball (Thunderball) You Only Live Twice (You Only Live Twice)On Her Majesty's Secret Service (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)We Have All The Time In The World (On Her Majesty's Secret Service)Diamonds Are Forever (Diamonds Are Forever)Live and Let Die (Live and Let Die)The Man with the Golden Gun (The Man with the Golden Gun)Nobody Does It Better (The Spy Who Loved Me)Moonraker (Moonraker)For Your Eyes Only (For Your Eyes Only)All Time High (Octopussy)A View to a Kill (A View to a Kill)The Living Daylights (The Living Daylights)Licence to Kill (Licence to Kill)GoldenEye (GoldenEye)Tomorrow Never Dies (Tomorrow Never Dies)The World Is Not Enough (The World Is Not Enough)Die Another Day (Die Another Day) You Know My Name (Casino Royale)Another Way To Die (Quantum of Solace)Skyfall (Skyfall)Writings On The Wall [Sam Smith]

Facing The East In The West

Author: Barbara Korte
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042030496
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Over the last decade, migration flows from Central and Eastern Europe have become an issue in political debates about human rights, social integration, multiculturalism and citizenship in Great Britain. The increasing number of Eastern Europeans living in Britain has provoked ambivalent and diverse responses, including representations in film and literature that range from travel writing, humorous fiction, mockumentaries, musicals, drama and children's literature to the thriller. The present volume discusses a wide range of representations of Eastern and Central Europe and its people as reflected in British literature, film and culture. The book offers new readings of authors who have influenced the cultural imagination since the nineteenth century, such as Bram Stoker, George Bernard Shaw, Joseph Conrad and Arthur Koestler. It also discusses the work of more contemporary writers and film directors including Sacha Baron Cohen, David Cronenberg, Vesna Goldsworthy, Kapka Kassabova, Marina Lewycka, Ken Loach, Mike Phillips, Joanne K. Rowling and Rose Tremain. With its focus on post-Wall Europe, Facing the East in the Westgoes beyond discussions of migration to Britain from an established postcolonial perspective and contributes to the current exploration of 'new' European identities.