Great Spy Stories From Fiction


Title:                      Great Spy Stories From Fiction

Author:                  Allen Dulles

Dulles, Allen (1969). Great Spy Stories from Fiction. New York: Harper & Row

LCCN:    69015272

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Date Updated:  January 20, 2017

The excerpts here range from The Aeneid with its Trojan Horse to the live puppet of The Manchurian Candidate[1]. Authors include Leon Uris, Rebecca West, Joseph Conrad, Alexandre Dumas, Lawrence Durrell, Rudyard Kipling, Vladimir Nabokov, Eric Ambler, Helen MacInnes, Len Deighton, John Le Carré, Ian Fleming, W. Somerset Maugham and Graham Greene, and there are 32 pieces in all which have a strong popular potential.

[1] Condon, Richard (1959). The Manchurian Candidate. New York: McGraw-Hill

 

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