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Table of Contents Preface and Acknowledgements Chapter One THE 39 STEPS: Creating a Genre Chapter Two Maugham, Ambler, and Greene: The Loss of Innocence Chapter Three On the Air, on the Screen, and in Word-Balloons: Heroes on Radio and Film before the Cold War Chapter Four McCarthy, Television, and Film Noir: the Russians Arrive Chapter Five "Cloak and Swagger": James Bond and The Spy Renaissance in the 1960s Chapter Six From George Smiley to Bernard Sampson: The Counter-Fleming Movement Chapter Seven The Cold War Inside Out: "Whose side are you on?" Chapter Eight From the "Evil Empire" to "The Great Satan": Spying in the Reagan Years Chapter Nine Big Screen Pyrotechnics and Eyes in the Sky: Spies in a Technological World Conclusion More Fact than Fiction: Espionage After 9/11 Chapter Notes Works Cited
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Spy films -- United States -- History and criticism.
Spy films -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.
Spy television programs -- United States -- History and criticism.
Spy television programs -- Great Britain -- History and criticism.
Spy stories, American -- History and criticism.
Spy stories, English -- History and criticism.