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Book Description
London, Jonathan Cape. 1st Edition. 1965. Near fine black cloth in a near fine pictorial dust jacket. Contents fine. Prvious owner name on fep. Not price-clipped.
Dealer Notes
The James Bond Dossier (1965), by Kingsley Amis, is a critical analysis of the James Bond novels. Amis dedicated the book to friend and background collaborator, the poet and historian Robert Conquest. Later, after Ian Fleming's death, Amis was commissioned as the first continuation novelist for the James Bond novel series, writing Colonel Sun (1968) under the pseudonym Robert Markham. The James Bond Dossier was the first, formal, literary study of the James Bond character. More recent studies of Fleming's secret agent and his world include The Politics of James Bond: From Fleming's Novels to the Big Screen (2001), by the historian Jeremy Black.
Author Kingsley Amis
Date 1965
Binding Cloth
Publisher Jonathan Cape
Illustrator N/A
Condition Near fine
Pages 159

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