Licence [sic] to thrill : a cultural history of the James Bond films /
"Licence to Thrill chronicles how Bond, a representative of a British Empire that no longer existed in his generation, became a symbol of his nation's might in a Cold War world where Britain was no longer a primary actor. Chapman describes the protean nature of Bond villains in a volatile...
|Published:||New York : Columbia University Press, ©2000.|
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