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Notes

Alter

Gambling club Royale was discharged on 13 April 1953 in the UK as a hardback version by distributers Jonathan Cape.[4] Sales were sufficiently effective that his distributers, Jonathan Cape, offered Fleming an agreement for three further Bond novels.[5]

The term école du respect was initially formulated by the French author François Mauriac, to depict a class of journalists as a “goal school” in their descriptions.[49]

There is no clarification given in the Board’s records with regards to the method of reasoning for the boycott, with the main content being “Banned”.[63]

The section title stayed in British print versions. Fleming’s biographer, Matthew Parker, composed that Cape held the name “probably expecting that their readership would remember it as the title of an enemy of supremacist novel from the 1920s via Carl Van Vechten about the Harlem Renaissance.”[66] The part title still shows up in current UK editions.[67]

Meller is a slang term for melodrama.[74]

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Chancellor 2005, p. 4.

Lycett 1996, p. 244.

Dark 2005, p. 10.

Benson 1988, p. 6.

Parker 2014, p. 1.

Benson 1988, p. 4.

Faulks and Fleming 2009, p. 320.

Lycett 1996, p. 245.

Simpson 2002, p. 36.

Lycett 1996, p. 236.

Savoye 2013, p. 152.

Griswold 2006, p. 13.

Chancellor 2005, pp. 98– 99.

Dark 2005, p. 11.

Parker 2014, p. 150.

Dark 2005, p. 14.

Macintyre 2008, p. 93.

Lycett 1996, p. 222.

Lycett 1996, p. 81.

Macintyre 2008, p. 160.

Chancellor 2005, p. 43.

Macintyre 2008, p. 104.

Lycett 1996, p. 238.

Parker 2014, pp. 115– 17.

Benson 1988, p. 96.

Savoye 2013, p. 49.

Benson 1988, pp. 96– 97.

Bennett and Woollacott 1987, p. 100.

Parker 2014, p. 165.

Dark 2005, p. 19.

Parker 2014, p. 161.

Chapman 2007, p. 27.

Parker 2014, p. 163.

Fleming 2006, p. 206.

Eco 2009, p. 38.

Benson 1988, p. 97.

Fleming 2006, p. 71.

Panek 1981, p. 213.

Panek 1981, pp. 205– 06.

Benson 1988, p. 85.

Benson 1988, p. 95.

Amis 1966, pp. 154– 55.

Parker 2014, p. 153.

Savoye 2013, p. 104.

Eco 2009, p. 49.

Fleming 2006, p. 273.

Hewitt 1992, pp. 102 and 220.

Benson 1988, pp. 95– 96.

Dark, Jeremy (24 January 2006). “What we can gain from James Bond”. George Mason University. Chronicled from the first on 2 September 2015. Recovered 13 July 2007.

Dark, Jeremy (Winter 2002– 03). “‘Goodness, James’ – 007 as International Man of History”. National Interest (70): 106– 12. JSTOR 42897447. (membership required)

Parker 2014, pp. 99– 100.

Dark 2005, p. 12.

Fleming 2006, p. v.

Lycett 1996, p. 237.

Parker 2014, pp. 148– 49.

Fleming 2006, pp. 84– 85.

Lycett 1996, p. 255.

Benson 1988, p. 8.

Upton 1987, p. 6.

Bennett and Woollacott 1987, p. 23.

Kelly, James (2004). “The Operation of the Censorship of Publications Board: The Notebooks of C. J. O’Reilly, 1951– 55”. Analecta Hibernica. (38): 320. ISSN 0791-6167. JSTOR 20519909. (membership required)

Lindner 2009, p. 17.

Benson 1988, p. 11.

Parker 2014, p. 157.

Fleming 2006, p. 48.

Lycett 1996, p. 268.

“Proficient People”. The Times. London. 7 April 1954. p. 10.

Sturch, Elizabeth (30 April 1954). “Advancement and Decay”. The Times Literary Supplement. London. p. 277.

“Live and Let Die”. The Times. Different Display Advertisements. 21 August 1954. p. 9.

Pearson 1967, p. 99.

Boucher, Anthony (10 April 1955). “Lawbreakers on the loose”. The New York Times. New York, NY. p. BR17.

Kroon 2014, p. 414.

Lycett 1996, p. 270.

Pfeiffer and Worrall 1998, p. 70.

Fleming, Gammidge and McLusky 1988, p. 6.

“The James Bond Films – 2006 onwards”. BBC. Chronicled from the first on 2 September 2015. Recovered 1 April 2015.

Lycett 1996, p. 250.

Chapman 2007, pp. 40– 41.

Lycett 1996, p. 265.

Chapman 2007, p. 136.

Thomas, Rebecca (19 November 1999). “The numerous essences of Bond”. BBC. Chronicled from the first on 2 September 2015. Recovered 28 March 2015.

Barnes and Hearn 2001, p. 135.

Barnes and Hearn 2001, p. 176.

Chapman 2007, p. 206.

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