In Le Carre's Landscape Tod Hoffman, a former intelligence officer, offers a unique perspective on le Carre's work. He juxtaposes his own experiences and extensive research with le Carre's fiction, shedding light on those dank recesses where spying is done. Taking the reader through the countries and continents of le Carre's fiction, Hoffman reflects on the political causes and personal effect of spying - secrecy, manipulation, deceit, treason. Le Carre's Landscape is a unique look at the master of the spy genre - a man who has captured the imaginations of millions of readers and perhaps enticed more than a few into the real world of espionage.
Contents: In le Carrs landscape Introducing George Smiley Out in the cold Karla A different landscape Changing times Other wars Conclusion
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