This book won the Canadian Crime Writers' Arthur Ellis Award for the Best Genre Criticism/Reference book of 1991. This collection of essays is an attempt to explore the history of spy fiction and spy films and investigate the significance of the ideas they contain. The volume offers new insights into the development and symbolism of British spy fiction.When I was asked by the Editor to write this essay, I agreed, although I am not sure I know why I write spy fiction or, if I do know, ... At the age of about nine or ten, while at a summer camp in New England, I contracted a particularly nasty form ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence|
|Author||:||Wesley K. Wark|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-09-13|