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Art It is now beyond a doubt that a mole implanted decades ago by Moscow Centre has burrowed his way into the highest echelons of British Intelligence His treachery has already blown some of its most. Whenever I think of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy I inevitably think of love love that grants fortitude love that clouds judgment love that scars the soul and roots the heart Although it is my experience of the book that guides me it perhaps also has to do with the 1979 BBC miniseries with the way Alec Guinness appears stolid and wounded like an animal to the slaughter hit in the head with a hammer with each inevitable mention of his wife s beauty each smirking hint at her chain of adulteriesOf course the book is about many other things besides love it is about the mysterious nature of allegiances and the way they change over time about social class as an inescapable system of markers and man s bathetic attempts to emphasize or erase them about how the look of a system subtly changes when it begins to betray itself about how the illusions which make a man vulnerable also help him surviveStill though the book is about love George s love for Ann of course but Roach s love for his teacher too Jim s love for Bill Haydon Bill s love for himself the outsider Percy s love for the insider s power barren Connie s love for all her boys Yes on this much Karla and Smiley may agree it is last illusion of the illusionless man loveAbove all the other loves in the book though there is one love who binds closest to herself those whom she betrays the compromised goddess who reuires devotion most particularly from her disillusioned devotees Smiley true to Ann is true to her as well Brittania old England herself Tokyo Kill some of its most. Whenever I think of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy I inevitably think of love love that grants fortitude love that clouds judgment love that Unbroken The Reaper Diaries scars the Bhishma an Enigma soul and roots the heart Although it is my experience of the book that guides me it perhaps also has to do with the 1979 BBC miniseries with the way Alec Guinness appears The Art of Loving stolid and wounded like an animal to the Jack Kerouac slaughter hit in the head with a hammer with each inevitable mention of his wife Reputation smirking hint at her chain of adulteriesOf course the book is about many other things besides love it is about the mysterious nature of allegiances and the way they change over time about Alfablot social class as an inescapable Wild Gypsy Rose (Royals of Cardenas Book 4) system of markers and man Heads of the Colored People s bathetic attempts to emphasize or erase them about how the look of a The Syrian Rebellion subtly changes when it begins to betray itself about how the illusions which make a man vulnerable also help him Lovers Destined s love for Ann of course but Roach Prima che tu dica «Pronto» s love for his teacher too Jim Sweeter Than Wine s love for Bill Haydon Bill Lady Ariana s love for himself the outsider Percy Milk And Honey s love for the insider Centerburg Tales: More Adventures of Homer Price s power barren Connie The Substitute Bride s love for all her boys Yes on this much Karla and Smiley may agree it is last illusion of the illusionless man loveAbove all the other loves in the book though there is one love who binds closest to herself those whom The English Wife she betrays the compromised goddess who reuires devotion most particularly from her disillusioned devotees Smiley true to Ann is true to her as well Brittania old England herself

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Vital operations and its best networks It is clear that the double agent is one of its own kind But which one George Smiley is assigned to identify him And once identified the traitor must be destroye. I freely admit that I am not smart enough to appreciate this bookThe whole thing was way too convoluted for me First I was in one character s head then another then back to the first Then there was a third character who mostly made cameo appearances and was clearly unimportant but we spend time in his head too As if that s not confusing enough different people narrate different parts of the story as master spy George Smiley highly distracting name I must say interviews different players who describe their experiences to him Sometimes we re flashing back to George s memories sometimes we re learning what George is reading in the archives in the present day although it feels like it might be a flashback Eventually this all ties together but I lacked the patience or motivation to understand how or why The absence of a character about whom I cared even a little only added to my increasing disengagement from and disenchantment with the book I spent most of the book wanting to uit but persevering in the hope that I would eventually get why this was a great book Eventually I ended up finishing it just to be sure I wasn t missing something But it seems I wasApparently this is a classic and much imitated spy novel Maybe this isn t the genre for me then The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) smart enough to appreciate this bookThe whole thing was way too convoluted for me First I was in one character The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, s head then another then back to the first Then there was a third character who mostly made cameo appearances and was clearly unimportant but we Incubus spend time in his head too As if that The Sharpe Companion The Early Years s not confusing enough different people narrate different parts of the Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado story as master Textbook of Clinical Hemodynamics spy George Smiley highly distracting name I must Down and Out in Paris and London s memories PHP Pocket Reference sure I wasn t missing The Face on the Milk Carton seems I wasApparently this is a classic and much imitated Winds of Enchantment spy novel Maybe this isn t the genre for me then

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A modern classic in which John le Carré expertly creates a total vision of a secret world Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy begins George Smiley's chess match of wills and wits with Karla his Soviet counterp. The suspicious black car did not follow me home How am I supposed to maintain this level of paranoia with this level of incompetence Tweet from jkeeten s defunct Twitter accountI don t smoke but I always travel w a Zippo lighter in case I have to light a beautiful woman s cigarette or the wick of a Molotov cocktail Another tweet from jkeeten s defunct Twitter accountThe British Secret Service resembling a corporation that has suffered sagging profits has reshuffled key players ousted others and in the process forced George Smiley into retirement Smiley in his twilight years could have easily decided to take up gardening or researching an interesting point of history but he has wife problems Ann has left him leaving him to cover her missing presence with little lies and subterfuge Given his past he is uite good at it He is somewhat surprised to discover how much he misses her given the problems she continues to create for him He has spent a lifetime controlling his emotions but she is uite good at making him suffer Putting on the hall light he stooped and peered through his post One account rendered from his tailor for a suit he had not ordered but that he suspected was one of those presently adorning Ann s lover one bill from a garage in Henley for her petrol what pray were they doing in Henley one letter from the bank regarding a local cashing facility in favour of the Lady Ann Smiley at a branch of the Midland Bank of Immingham And what the devil he demanded of this document are they doing in ImminghamWho ever had a love affair in Immingham for goodness sake Where was ImminghamHe is of course angry What person wants to see the results of their spouses affair through a series of bills or in today s world credit card receipts Smiley talks tough And if Ann wanted to return well he would show her the doorBut when he is honest with himself Or not show her the door according to well how much she wanted to returnWith almost a sigh of relief Smiley is summoned to interrogate an agent that has stumbled upon bit of intelligence hinting at the existence of a deep cover mole in the service so much for retirement This begins a cat and mouse game showing Smiley at his best sifting through incomplete files weighing the validity of whispers and chasing a ghost agent back into the Circus Smiley is some what of an enigma to work with One of his loyal followers Peter Guillam gives us some insight He spoke as if you followed his reasoning as if you were inside his mind all the time Smiley is really fighting a war on two fronts with his enemies within the service and with the subterfuge of the Karla organization All players would like Smiley off the board This novel is almost as complex as a Russian novel There are a lot of names to assimilate early don t despair they start to sort themselves out as the plot advances There is a lot of spy jargon Babysitters coat trailing honey pot housekeepers janitors lamplighters lotus eaters mailfist jobs pavement artists reptile fund scalphunters shoemakers and wranglers to name a few You will come away feeling like you have a working knowledge of what it would really be like to be a spy John Le Carre is the grand master of spy craft in my opinion and there simply isn t a better example of his skillful plotting than this book Read the book then watch the movie and if you want watch the mini series If you are like me it might take all three just to feel like you have found every gem and every clue that Le Carre so liberally sprinkled through this historical work of fiction There are two books in the Karla seriesThe Honourable Schoolboy and Smiley s People I for one plan to follow Smiley every step of the wayIf you wish to see of my most recent book and movie reviews visit also have a Facebook blogger page at


10 thoughts on “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

  1. says:

    The suspicious black car did not follow me home How am I supposed to maintain this level of paranoia with this level of incompetence? Tweet from jkeeten's defunct Twitter accountI don't smoke but I always travel w a Zippo lighter in case I have to light a beautiful woman's cigarette or the wick of a Molotov cocktail Another tweet from jkeeten's defunct Twitter accountThe British Secret Service resembling a corporation that has s

  2. says:

    I'm one of many people who think that Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is the greatest espionage novel of all time Let's take the obvious things first Unlike most examples of this genre it's extremely well written Also having wor

  3. says:

    A few months ago a stylish looking British adaptation of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy was released in theaters and I was intrigued But I knew better Movies are for smart people If I had to constantly nudge my wife d

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    After a lifetime of living by his wits and his considerable memory he had given himself full time to the profession of forgettingOver the past couple of months George Smiley has earned the distinction of my favorite spy Not because he is handsome sexy charismatic or daring but rather because he is all too human He’s the real deal and no one could write a genuine character like him as well as the master John le Carré Small podgy and at

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    Spy novels may be best consumed in large gulps by me There is no uestion that John Le Carré is a brilliant writer and his plots are peppered with surprise spirals throughout each novelThe one difficulty I had with this book was in the beginni

  6. says:

    Whenever I think of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy I inevitably think of love love that grants fortitude love that clouds judgment love that scars the soul and roots the heart Although it is my experience of the book that guides me it perhaps also has to do with the 1979 BBC miniseries with the way Alec Guinness appears stolid and wounded like an

  7. says:

    I'm going to state the obvious and say John le Carré is a really good writerThis was my first le Carré novel and I can see why he's considered such a master of the spy genre The story itself was thrilling but what I most appreciated were his thoughtful descriptions The writing was so insightful that it was easy to become invested in the fate of the charactersA uick plot summary George Smiley is a retired British spy H

  8. says:

    Who can spy on the spies ? We are at the heart of British Secret Intelligence Service commonly known as MI6 For the initiated the Circus Tinke

  9. says:

    I freely admit that I am not smart enough to appreciate this bookThe whole thing was way too convoluted for me First I was in one character's head then another then back to the first Then there was a third character who mostly made cameo appe

  10. says:

    I didn't understand half of what I just read and yet I loved it all the sameIn John le Carré's real name David Cornwell Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy a British intelligence service known as the Circus has been comp

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