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  • Fleming's Novels
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    The name's Bond. James Bond. Ian Fleming's personal experiences helped him achieve accuracy in technical information and ideas that he would later demonstrate in his writing. Ian Fleming led a fast paced, risky life. He was born in 1908 to wealthy parents, Valentine Fleming and Evelyn St. Croix Rose Fleming. Valentine Fleming was a landowner and a member of Parliament. Valentine died in the Great War when Ian was only nine. Ian enrolled in Eton University in England but was dismissed following a...
  • Fleming's James Bond
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    The brand's Bond, James Bond When good writers die, they join, if they " re lucky, the canon of western literature and live on, as major or minor classics. Lesser writers are quickly forgotten, but some bestselling names enjoy another kind of afterlife. They become franchised. Their heirs and literary agents authorise a succession of sequels that keep the money rolling in long after the usual obsequies. The publishing industry cheerfully conspires with the process by which a good popular writer'...
  • James Bond Movies
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    The James Bond Phenomenon James Bond has gone through a lot of changes in the years with 19 films. James Bond has been played by Sean Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, GeorgeLazneby, to Pierce Bronsman. All being great James Bond characters. The best of them being Sean Connery, why? I don't know why, he has always just been a better actor in every movie he has been in. Then comes Pierce Bronsman because he has been in movies for my generation and I can relate with the stuff going on in his m...
  • True Of James Bond To Sanchez
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    1. The three qualities that I felt James Bond most possessed throughout the story were determination, bravery, and intelligence. In the next several paragraphs I will explain how incidents in the story revealed each quality portrayed by James Bond. Determination In the beginning of the story a drug lord named, Frans Sanchez, severely injures James Bond's partner, Felix Leiter, and kills his wife Della Leiter after escaping an attempted arrest by Felix. After this incident Bond becomes determined...
  • End Of The Movie James Bond
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    THE PERFECT MAN All men desire and aspire to be something more then they are, whether it is, stronger, better looking, or more intelligent. One character that has it all is a British Secret service agent. He is good with a gun, excellent with the women, and seems to have knowledge about everything. There is not a situation too complex, problem too small, or villain too evil for this man. He stays cool in hot situations and does everything with style and grace. The different parts of James Bonds ...
  • Dr No And Bond
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    Ian Fleming is said to be one of the best writers to come out of England. He was born on May 28, 1908. His love for adventure was attributed to his brother the traveler and co-author Peter Fleming. He served during WWII as an assistant to the director of Navel Intelligence with the rank of commander. During this time he was very much like the legendary character, he created agent 007 James Bond of the British Secret Service. After the Navy in 1953, he wrote Casino Royal. Many Bond books were cre...
  • Every James Bond Movie
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    Over the years, there has been a constant battle between various guy movies for the title of the best. Each of these movies must contain a certain amount of toys, exciting lifestyles, and hot cars. The two that stand out most are James Bond and Thomas Crown. For many reasons James Bond is better. As most fans know, Thomas Crown is merely a civilian. A very rich one, but nonetheless, still a civilian. This greatly hinders what type of toys he can obtain. He does not have access to all of the real...
  • 20 Official Movies The James Bond Films
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    The James Bond films are a cinematic phenomenon. They were born at a precise moment in British history, a period when a lot of social and cultural changes were taking place. The 1960's witnessed sexual liberation and the transformation of the United Kingdom from sober and sophisticated to swinging symbol of fashion, music, youth and consumerism. And the Bond films portray all the changes that were taking place during the 1960's. In this paper I will be analyzing the Bond musical theme and the mu...

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