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The Looking Glass War

Author: John Le Carré

Publisher: Penguin Group USA

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Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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"First published in Great Britain by William Heinemann Ltd. 1965"--T.p. verso.

The Looking Glass War

Author: John le Carre

Publisher: Scribner Book Company

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Focuses on a former military espionage department in London and its attempts to train an agent for a mission in East Germany.

The Looking Glass War

A George Smiley Novel

Author: John le Carré

Publisher: Penguin

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Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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From the New York Times bestselling author of A Legacy of Spies. "You are either good or bad, and both are dangerous." It would have been an easy job for the Circus: a can of film couriered from Helsinki to London. In the past the Circus handled all things political, while the Department dealt with matters military. But the Department has been moribund since the War, its resources siphoned away. Now, one of their agents is dead, and vital evidence verifying the presence of Soviet missiles near the West German border is gone. John Avery is the Department's younger member and its last hope. Charged with handling Fred Leiser, a German-speaking Pole left over from the War, Avery must infiltrate the East and restore his masters' former glory. John le Carre's The Looking Glass War is a scorching portrayal of misplaced loyalties and innocence lost. With an introduction by the author.

The Looking Glass War

The Smiley Collection

Author: John le Carré

Publisher: Penguin Classics

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Page: 320

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A department of ageing British spies will break any rule for the glory of launching a secret agent into communist East Germany, in the fourth novel featuring George Smiley.

The Looking Glass Wars

Author: Frank Beddor

Publisher: Dial Books for Young Readers

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 358

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When she is cast out of Wonderland by her evil aunt Redd, young Alyss Heart finds herself living in Victorian Oxford as Alice Liddell and struggles to keep memories of her kingdom intact until she can return and claim her rightful throne.

Seeing Redd

Author: Frank Beddor

Publisher: Penguin

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 371

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When Alyss Heart returns to her rightful place on the throne of Wonderland, she is put to the test as enemies, both inside and outside the borders of her queendom, push their own agendas and wield horrific weapons, while she strives to unify them all. Reprint.

The Looking-glass War

A Small Town in Germany

Author: John Le Carré

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Category: Cold War

Page: 446

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The Looking Glass War

Author: John Le Carré (pseud.)

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Page: 320

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The Looking Glass War

A Classroom Novel Study

Author: Jane M. Kotinek

Publisher: CreateSpace

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Category: Education

Page: 110

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This is a 109 page novel study that includes: study guide questions, vocabulary lists with activities, essay prompts, character trait chart, cause/effect activity, compare/contrast diagram with essay, tone/mood activity, theme activity, title activity, four quizzes, and a 50 multiple choice comprehensive test. Answers are provided for study guide, vocabulary, and test questions.

ArchEnemy

Author: Frank Beddor

Publisher: Penguin

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 370

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Virtuous Queen Alyss, who has lost the power of imagination, and her murderous aunt Redd battle for control of Wonderland.

The looking-glass war

Unabridged

Author: John Le Carré

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Page: 254

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The Looking-glass War. John Le Carre [d. I. David Cornwell]. (1. Publ.)

Author: John Le Carré

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The Looking Glass War

Author: John Le Carré

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Lacking active agents and the time to recruit afresh, the Department had to find an old hand to prove its mettle. Fred Leiser, German-speaking Pole turned Englishman, must be called back to the colours and sent East.

Looking-Glass Wars: Spies on British Screens since 1960

Author: Alan Burton

Publisher: Vernon Press

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 550

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Looking-Glass Wars: Spies on British Screens since 1960 is a detailed historical and critical overview of espionage in British film and television in the important period since 1960. From that date, the British spy screen was transformed under the influence of the tremendous success of James Bond in the cinema (the spy thriller), and of the new-style spy writing of John le Carré and Len Deighton (the espionage story). In the 1960s, there developed a popular cycle of spy thrillers in the cinema and on television. The new study looks in detail at the cycle which in previous work has been largely neglected in favour of the James Bond films. The study also brings new attention to espionage on British television and popular secret agent series such as Spy Trap, Quiller and The Sandbaggers. It also gives attention to the more ‘realistic’ representation of spying in the film and television adaptations of le Carré and Deighton, and other dramas with a more serious intent. In addition, there is wholly original attention given to ‘nostalgic’ spy fictions on screen, adaptations of classic stories of espionage which were popular in the late 1970s and through the 1980s, and to ‘historical’ spy fiction, dramas which treated ‘real’ cases of espionage and their characters, most notably the notorious Cambridge Spies. Detailed attention is also given to the ‘secret state’ thriller, a cycle of paranoid screen dramas in the 1980s which portrayed the intelligence services in a conspiratorial light, best understood as a reaction to excessive official secrecy and anxieties about an unregulated security service. The study is brought up-to-date with an examination of screen espionage in Britain since the end of the Cold War. The approach is empirical and historical. The study examines the production and reception, literary and historical contexts of the films and dramas. It is the first detailed overview of the British spy screen in its crucial period since the 1960s and provides fresh attention to spy films, series and serials never previously considered.

The looking glass war

Author: David John Moore Cornwell

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Page: 256

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The Looking Glass Wars

Author: Frank Beddor

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Category: Characters and characteristics in literature

Page: 370

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When her evil aunt Redd kills her parents and seizes the throne, young Alyss Heart is forced to flee Wonderland through the Pool of Tears. She finds herself living in Victorian Oxford as Alice Liddell and struggles to keep memories of her kingdom intact until she can return and claim her rightful throne.

The Looking Glass War (sound Recording)

Author: John Le Carré

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Focuses on a former military espoinage department in London and its attemots to train an agent for a mision in East Germany.

The Looking Glass War

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Publisher: Burns & Oates

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The Looking Glass War

On the Role of Hypercorrection in Phonological Change

Author: Wilhelmus Zonneveld

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The Looking Glass War - SSa

Author: John Le Carré

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