John le Carré’s Last Completed Spy Novel Crowns a Career Attuned to Moral Ambivalence
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October 13, 20216 min read1221 words
Published: October 13, 2021  |  6 min read1221 words
Sixty years ago, David John Moore Cornwell, a young officer in the British secret services, published his first novel. Because his employers wouldn’t let him publish under his own name, he chose the French-sounding surname le Carré, for “a bit of swank.” Two books later, his car...
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