A Selected List of Writings by and about him
compiled by Jost Hindersmann

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This bibliography lists writings by and about John le Carré. For his novels only the first English edition is given. For his other works titles in both English and German are listed. For the literature about le Carré, books, articles and reviews in English and German are considered. Documents in other languages are only included if they are listed in MLA International Bibliography or Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature.
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1. Works by John le Carré
1.1. Novels
1.2. Other Publications
1.3. Interviews with John le Carré

2. Works about John le Carré
2.1. Reference Works
2.2. Books and Articles about John le Carré and Other Authors
2.3. Books and Articles about John le Carré
2.3.1. Books (incl. Theses)
2.3.2. Articles
2.4. Reviews

1. Works by John le Carré


Call for the Dead, London: Gollancz,1961.

A Murder of Quality, London: Gollancz,1962.

The Spy who Came in from the Cold, London: Gollancz,1963.

The Looking-Glass War, London: Heinemann, 1965.

A Small Town in Germany, London: Heinemann, 1968.

The Naive and Sentimental Lover, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1971.

Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1974.

The Honourable Schoolboy, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1977.

Smiley's People, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1980.

The Little Drummmer Girl, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1983.

A Perfect Spy, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1986.

The Russia House, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1989. [excerpt:]

The Secret Pilgrim, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1991.

The Night Manager, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1993.

Our Game, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1995.

The Tailor of Panama, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1996.

Single & Single, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1999. [excerpt:]

The Constant Gardener, London: Hodder & Stoughton, 2001.

1.2. Other Publications:

"The Writer and the Spy", Daily Telegraph 29.3.1964, 18.

"You Can't Sack a College Boy", The Spectator 27.11.1964, 699f.

"Wieviel Morde sind glaubwürdig?", Der Spiegel 31.3.1965, 136.

"What Every Writer Wants", Harper's Magazine November 1965, 142-145.

"Wrong Man on Crete", Holiday December 1965, 74f.

"To Russia, With Greetings: An Open Letter to the Moscow Literary Gazette", Encounter May 1966, 3-6.

"The Spy to End Spies: On Richard Sorge", Encounter November 1966, 88f.

"Dare I Weep, Dare I Mourn", Saturday Evening Post 28.1.1967, 54-60.

"Der Hut stammt von Bond", Der Spiegel 23.10.1967, 190-193.

"Introduction", Bruce Page, Phillip Knightley, Philby: The Spy Who Betrayed a Generation, London: Deutsch, 1968, 9-24.

"What Ritual is Being Observed Tonight?", Saturday Evening Post 2.11.1968, 60-65.

"A Writer and a Gentleman", Saturday Review 30.11.1968, 4-6.

The End of the Line, TV-Play, broadcasted 29.6.1970.

"Vocation in a World of Pain", The Sunday Times 25.10.1970.

"Well Played, Woodehouse", The Sunday Times 10.10.1971.

"Der Kanzler, der in die Kälte kam", Der Spiegel 6.5.1974, 152f.

"In a Small Place in Cornwall", Daily Telegraph Magazine 6.9.1974, 105f., 111f.

"In England now", New York Times Magazine 23.10.1977, 34f., 86f.

"England Made me", The Observer 13.11.1977, 25.

"Book-of-the-Year Choice", The Sunday Times 4.12.1977.

"An American Spy Story", New York Times Book Review 14.10.1979, 1, 46-48.

"At last, it's Smiley", Sunday Telegraph Magazine 21.10.1979, 105-112.

"Tinker, Tailor and the Mole That Never Was", The Guardian 7.11.1979, 14.

"Gab es George Smiley wirklich? Ja. Nein. Vielleicht Spion?", Börsenblatt des deutschen Buchhandels 6.5.1980, 1082f.

"Quel Panama!", New York Times Magazine 20.10.1980, 17.

"Unlicensed to Quote", The Times 17.3.1981.

"World Service", The Times 1.7.1981, 15.

"Introduction", Don McCullin, Hearts of Darkness, London: Secker & Warburg, 1980.

"Optical Illusions", The Times 22.3.1982, 11.

"Memories of a Vanished Land", The Observer 13.6.1982, 9f.

"Exiles in the White Hotel", The Observer 26.6.1983, 25f.

"The Betrayal", The Observer 3.7.1983, 23f.

"Hughes of Hong Kong", The Sunday Times 8.1.1984, 9a, b.

"Pym Takes Cover", New York Times Magazine 15.3.1986, 42.

"Spying on my Father", The Sunday Times 16.3.1986, 33f.

"Don't Be Beastly to your Secret Service", The Sunday Times 23.3.1986.

"The Clandestine Muse", John Hopkins Magazine August 1986, 11-16.

"Inside Books: John le Carré on Perfect Spies and Other Characters", Writer's Digest February 1987, 20f.

"Why I Came In From the Cold", New York Times 29.9.1989.  []
German version: "Warum ich aus der Kälte kam", Die Zeit 29.9.1989,3.

"Will Spy Novels Come in from the Cold?", Washington Post 19.11.1989, D4.

"My Secret World", The Sunday Times 17.6.1990, 31f.

"Smiley's Gift", Esquire December 1990, 129-136.

"The Unbearable Peace", Granta 35 (1991), 11-76.

"Wo ist der Löwe, der brüllt?", Der Spiegel 9.8.1993, 149-152.

"My New Friends in the New Russia: In Search of A Few Good Crooks, Cops and Former Agents", New York Times 19.2.1995. []
German version: "Moskauer Luft", Spiegel Special 1/1998, 128-131.

"Preface: A Mission into Enemy Territory", Alec Guinness, My Name Escapes Me: the Diary of a Retiring Actor, London: Hamish Hamilton, 1996, vii-x.

"Introduction", Rex Cowan, Frank Gibson, A Century of Images: Photographs by the Gibson Family, London: Deutsch, 1997.
German version: "Die Gezeiten vor Land`s End: Begegnungen mit den Gibsons", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 22-28.

Nervous Times: An Address Given at the Savoy Hotel at the Annual Dinner of the Anglo-Israel Association on 10th November 1997, London: Anglo-Israel Association, 1998. [Limited edition of 250 numbered copies, signed by the author]
German version: "Über das Recht, Freunde zu kritisieren", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 48-51.

"Under Deep Cover", New York Times 19.9.1999, 124.

"Sarratt and the Draper of Watford", John le Carré, Sarratt and the Draper of Watford; and Other Unlikely Stories about Sarratt from International Authors, [Sarratt?]: [Village Books?], [1999?], 11-19. (ISBN: 0-9537750-0-3)
German version:"In der Welt John Smileys ist die Heimat gefährlich", Die Welt 31.12.1999, Lit. Welt 6f.

"Foreword", John C. Q. Roberts, Speak Clearly into the Chandelier: Cultural Politics between Britain and Russia 1973-2000, Richmond: Curzon, 2000, xi-xiii.

"Requiem auf den alten Spion", Die Welt 6.1.2001.

"A lot of Very Greedy People", The Guardian 12.2.2001.
German version: "Big Pharma vs. Menschenleben", Die Welt 5.3.2001

"The Constant Muse", The Observer 25.2.2001.
German version: "Die ewige Muse", Die Welt 31.3.2001.

1.3. Interviews with John le Carré:

Abley, Mark, "John le Carré's Trail of Terror", Publishers Weekly 19.9.1977, 56-58.

Barber, Michael, "John le Carré: An Interrogation", New York Times Book Review 25.9.1977, 9, 44.

Blau, Ralf, "Ein Agent läßt bitten", cinema 5/2001, 86.

Bode, Hildegard, Franziska Wolffheim, "Ich habe schon als Kind gelernt, was Lügen und Betrügen heißt", Brigitte 20.8.1997.

Bragg, Melvin, "The Things a Spy Can Do: John le Carré Talking", The Listener 22.1.1976, 90.

Bragg, Melvin, "A Talk with Le Carré", New York Times Book Review 13.3.1983, 1, 23.

Bragg, Melvyn, "The Little Drummer Girl: An Interview with John le Carré", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 129-143.

Dean, Michael, "John le Carré: the Writer Who Came in from the Cold", The Listener 5.9.1974, 306f.

Franks, Alan, Graham Wood, "Secrets and Lies", The Times Magazine 13.2.1999.

Hodgson, Godfrey, "The Secret Life of John le Carré", Washington Post 9.10.1977, E1, E6.

Isaacson, Walter, James Kelly, "We Distorted Our Own Minds", TIME 5.7.1993, 32f.

McCrum, Robert, "I don't miss Smiley", The Observer 17.12.2000.

N.N., "Wie wäre ich, wenn ich er wäre?", Der Spiegel 7.8.1989, 143-148.

Petschull, Jürgen, "Väter, Söhne und Verräter", Stern 22.4.1999, 198-206.

Plimpton, George, "John le Carré: the Art of Fiction CXLIX", Paris Review 39 (1997), 50-74.

Rehfeld, Nina, "Man muss aus einer Kuh eine Bouillonpille machen", Spiegel Online 13.2.2001.

Sanoff, Alvin P., "The Thawing of the Old Spymaster", U. S. News and World Report 19.6.1989, 59-61.

Vaughan, Paul, "Le Carré's Circus: Lamplighters, Moles and Others of that Ilk", The Listener 13.9.1979, 339f.

Watson, Alan, "Violent Images", The Sunday Times 30.3.1969, 55-57.

2. Works about John le Carré

2.1. Reference Works

Albert, Walter, Detective and mystery fiction : an international bibliography of secondary sources, 2nd ed., rev. and expanded, San Bernardino, Calif : Brownstone Books, 1997.

Arnold, Armin, Josef Schmidt (eds.), Reclams Kriminalromanführer, Stuttgart: Reclam, 1978.

DeAndrea, William L., Encyclopedia Mysteriosa: A Comprehensive Guide to the Art of Detection in Print, Film, Radio, and Television, New York: Prentice Hall, 1997.

Herbert, Rosemary (ed.), The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing, New York: Oxford UP, 1999.

Kost, Rudi, Thomas Klingenmaier, Steckbriefe: Die Krimi-Kartei von A-Z, Reinbek: Rowohlt, 1995. (rororo thriller 3181).

McCormick, Donald (ed.), Who's Who in Spy Fiction?, London: Hamish Hamilton, 1977.

Murphy, Bruce, The Encyclopedia of Murder and Mystery, New York: St. Martin’s, 1999.

Pederson, Jay P., St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers, 4. ed, Detroit: St. James Press, 1996.

Smith jr., Myron J., Terry White, Cloak and Dagger Fiction: An Annotated Guide to Spy Thrillers, Westport: Greenwood Press, 1995. (Bibliographies and Indexes in World Literature 45)

Spehner, Norbert, Écrits sur le roman d'espionnage : bibliographie analytique et critique des études et essais sur le roman et le film d'espionnage, Quebec: Nuit Blanche Éd., 1994.

Vinson, James (ed.), Contemporary Novelists, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1976.

Walter, Klaus-Peter (ed.), Lexikon der Kriminalliteratur: Autoren, Werke, Themen, Aspekte, Meitingen: Corian, 1993 ff.

Winks, Robin W. (ed.), Mystery and Suspense Writers: The Literature of Crime, Detection and Espionage, New York: Scribner, 1999.

2.2. Books and Articles about John le Carré and other Authors

Atkins, John, The British Spy Novel: Styles in Treachery, London: Calder, 1984.

Barzun, Jacques, "Meditations on the Literature of Spying", American Scholar 34 (1965), 167-178.

Becker, Jens-Peter, "Der englische Spionageroman", Buchloh, Paul G., Jens-Peter Becker, Der Detektivroman, Darmstadt: Wiss. Buchgesellschaft, 1978, 108-120. [more information:]

Becker, Jens-Peter, Der englische Spionageroman: Historische Entwicklung, Thematik, literarische Form, München: Goldmann, 1973.

Becker, Jens-Peter, "Rule Britannia: Der englische Spionageroman", Die Horen 148 (1987), 161-170.

Bedell, Jeanne F., "The Fictional Kim Philby", The Armchair Detective 26:4 (1993), 22-29.

Benedict, George A., "Technology's Role in the Novels of Tom Clancy and John le Carré", Will Wright, Steve Kaplan (eds.), The Image of Technology in Literature, the Media, and Society, Pueblo: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, 1994, 109-113.

Blayac, Alain, "Berlin, Vienna: Images of the City in the British Literature of the Thirties", Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines 2 (1993), 57-64.

Booth, Alan R., "The Development of the Espionage Film", Wesley K. Wark (ed.), Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence, London: Cass, 1991, 136-160.

Boucher, Anthony, "There's a Spy between the Covers", New York Times Book Review 7.6.1964, 7, 24.

Bourdier, Jean, Histoire du Roman Policier, Paris: Fallois, 1996.

Calendrillo, Linda T., "Role Played and 'Atmosphere' in four Modern British Spy Novels", Clues 3:1 (1982), 111-119.

Carvajal, Doreen, "The Spy Who Fell Onto the Remainder Table", New York Times 22.12.1998, E1,7.

Cawelti, John G., Bruce A. Rosenberg, The Spy Story, Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1987.

Davis, Curtis, "The Figure behind the Landscape", Southern Humanities Review 1 (1967), 223-235.

Denning, Michael, Cover Stories: Narrative and Ideology in the British Spy Thriller, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987.

East, Andy, "The Spy in the Dark: A History of Espionage Fiction", The Armchair Detective 19:1 (1986), 23-40.

East, Andy, The Cold War File, Metuchen: Scarecrow Press, 1983.

Gilbert, Michael, "The Spy in Fact and Fiction", John Ball (ed.), The Mystery Story, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1976, 205-221. Dt. Ausgabe: "Der Spion in Wirklichkeit und Literatur", John Ball (ed.), Morde, Meister und Mysterien: Die Geschichte des Kriminalromans, Berlin: Ullstein,1988, 152-163.

Gillespie, Robert, "The Recent Future: Secret Agents and the Cold World War", Salmagundi 13 (1970), 45-60.

Grant, Hugo, "The Political Influence of the Thriller", Contemporary Review 221 (1972), 289-294.

Harper, Ralph, The World of the Thriller, Cleveland: Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1969.

Hasenberg, Peter, "'The Teuton's inbred mistake': Das Deutschlandbild im britischen Agentenroman", anglistik und englischunterricht 29/30 (1986), 217-245.

Helm, Siegfried, "Auf der Suche nach neuen Schurken", Die Welt 1.2.1989, 19.

Pederson, Jay P. (ed.), St. James Guide to Crime and Mystery Writers, Detroit: St James Press, 1996.

Hindersmann, Jost, "Them and Us": Freund- und Feindbilder in britischen Spionageromanen, M. A. Thesis Osnabrück, 1991.

Hindersmann, Jost, Der britische Spionageroman: Vom Imperialismus bis zum Ende des Kalten Krieges, Darmstadt: Wiss. Buchgesellschaft, 1995. [more information:]

Jakubowski, Maxim, "Zwei oder drei Dinge, die wir über die englische Kriminalliteratur wissen sollten: Eine erhellende, unkritische Betrachtung", Nina Schindler (ed.), Das Mordsbuch: Alles über Krimis, Hildesheim: Claassen, 1997, 60-74.

Kanfer, Stefan, "When Spies Become Allies", TIME 19.8.1991, 50f.

Knight, Stephen, "Re-Formations of the Thriller: Raymond Chandler and John le Carré", Sydney Studies in English 12 (1986/87), 78-91.

Ledebur, Ruth von, "Lockvögel, Luder und Ladies: Frauen im englischen Spionageroman", Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 19 (1980), 284-300.

Lenz, Bernd, "'Of tough guys, private eyes and spies': Neuere Tendenzen des Kriminal- und Agentenromans", Annegret Maack, Rüdiger Imhof (eds.), Radikalität und Mäßigung: Der englische Roman seit 1960, Darmstadt: Wiss. Buchges., 1993, 94-108.

Lenz, Bernd, "Popular Literature und Cultural Studies: Bilanz und Perspektiven", Dieter Petzold, Eberhard Späth (eds.), Unterhaltungsliteratur: Ziele und Methoden ihrer Erforschung, Erlangen: Uni-Bibliothek, 1990, 161-175.

Lenz, Bernd, "Popularität und Krise des Agentenromans: Das England der siebziger Jahre und die Nachfolger Ian Flemings", anglistik und englischunterricht 19 (1983), 161-178.

Lenz, Bernd, FACTIFICTION: Agentenspiele wie in der Realität, Heidelberg: Winter, 1987. (Anglistische Forschungen 188)

Leonhardt, Ulrike, Mord ist ihr Beruf: Eine Geschichte des Kriminalromans, München: Beck, 1990.

MacIntosh, J. J., "Ethics and Spy Fiction", Wesley K. Wark (ed.), Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence, London: Cass, 1991, 161-184.

Masters, Anthony, Literary Agents: The Novelist as Spy, Oxford: Blackwell, 1987.

McKenzie, Kevin, Toine van Teeffelen, "Taking the Higher Ground between West and Middle East: The Discursive Achievement of Meta-Perspective in Representations of the Arab Other", Pragmatics 3:3 (1993), 305-330.

Merry, Bruce, "The Spy Thriller", London Magazine April/May 1976, 8-27.

Merry, Bruce, Anatomy of the Spy Thriller, Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1977.

Mews, Siegfried, "The Spies Are Coming in from the Cold War: The Berlin Wall in the Espionage Novel", Ernst Schürer et al. (eds.), The Berlin Wall: Representations and Perspectives, New York: Peter Lang, 1996, 50-60. (Studies in Modern German Literature 79)

Meyers, Jeffrey, "Splendors and Miseries of Literary Biography", Virginia Quarterly Review 68:4 (1992), 669-696.

Millar, Peter, "Spies Should Stay out in the Cold", The Sunday Times 17.7.1994, 10:14f.

Moritz, Gudula,  Im Schatten des Dritten Reichs: Deutschland im britischen Roman des ausgehenden 20. Jahrhunderts, Trier: WVT, 1998.

N.N., "Knallhart bei Kranzler", Der Spiegel 31.3.1965, 134-138.

Neuse, Steven M., "Bureaucratic Malaise in the Modern Spy Novel: Deighton, Greene and le Carré", Public Administration 60 (1982), 293-306.

Noetzel. Thomas, Die Faszination des Verrats: Eine Studie zur Dekadenz im Ost-West-Konflikt, Hamburg: Junius, 1989.

Nusser, Peter, Der Kriminalroman, Stuttgart: Metzler, 1980.

Panek, Leroy, The Special Branch: The British Spy Novel 1890-1980, Bowling Green: Bowling Green Univ. Popular Press, 1981.

Price, Thomas J., "Popular Perception of an Ally: 'the Special Relationship' in the British Spy Novel", Journal of Popular Culture 28:2 (1994), 49-66.

Przybilka, Thomas, Reinhard Jahn, "Germany: Tales of Two Capitals", Nina King, Robin Winks, Crimes of the Scene: The Mystery Novel Guide for the International Traveler, New York: St. Martin, 1997, 72-83.

Rausch, G. Jay, Diane K. Rausch, "Developments in Espionage Fiction", Kansas Quarterly 10 (1978), 71-82.

Rippetoe, Rita, "Layered Genre Strategies in Smiley's People", Clues 20:1 (1999), 89-100.

Rutherford, Andrew, The Literature of War: Five Studies in Heroic Virtue, London: Macmillan, 1978.

Sauerberg, Lars Ole, "The Novel of Espionage: An Attempt at Generic Criticism", Pre-Publications of the English Institute of Odense University 9 (1977), 1-15.

Sauerberg, Lars Ole, "Literature in Figures: An Essay on the Popularity of Thrillers", Orbis Litterarum 38 (1983), 93-107.

Sauerberg, Lars Ole, Secret Agents in Fiction: Ian Fleming, John le Carré and Len Deighton, London: Macmillan, 1984.

Scanlan, Margaret, "Philby and His Fictions", Dalhousie Review 62 (1982), 533-553.

Schmidt, Jochen, Gangster, Opfer, Detektive: Eine Typengeschichte des Kriminalromans, Frankfurt: Ullstein, 1989.

Schöneich, Christoph, Edmund Talbot und seine Brüder: Englische Bildungsromane nach 1945, Tübingen, Narr, 1999. [S. 188-202 zu A Perfect Spy]

Stafford, David, The Silent Game: The Real World of Imagenary Spies, Toronto: Lester & Orpen Dennys, 1988.

Stone, Nancy-Stephanie, A Reader's Guide to the Spy and Thriller Novel, New York: G.K. Hall, 1997.

Symons, Julian, "An End to Spying: Or, from Pipe Dream to Farce", Times Literary Supplement 12.12.1968, 1411f.

Symons, Julian, Bloody Murder: From the Detective Story to the Crime Novel, London: Pan, 1994.

Thompson, Jon, Fiction, Crime, and Empire: Clues to Modernity and Postmodernism, Urbana: univ. of Illinois Press, 1993.

Thompson, Paul, "The 'Same Way' Question Tag", Studies in English Language and Literature 29:3 (1989), 61-79.

Tracy, Laura, "Forbidden Fantasy: The Villain as Cultural Double in the British Espionage Novel", Clues 9:1 (1988), 11-37.

van Teeffelen, Toine, "'You're Some Sort of Supercommando, Aren't You?': The Gendering of Israel's Image in Bestsellers", Thamyris 3:2 (1996), 311-334.

Watt, D. Cameron, "Critical Afterthoughts and Alternative Historico-Literary Theories", Wesley K. Wark (ed.), Spy Fiction, Spy Films and Real Intelligence, London: Cass, 1991, 212-225.

Welcome, John, "Introduction", ders. (ed.), Best Spy Stories, London: Faber & Faber, 1967.

Yaziji, Najd Isber, Questioning the Nationalist Paradigm: Toward a Postcolonial Narrative Critique. Phil. Diss. Austin 1994.

2.3. Books and Articles about John le Carré

2.3.1. Books (incl. Theses):

Aronoff, Myron J., The Spy Novels of John le Carré: Balancing Ethics and Politics, New York: St. Martin's, 1999. [for more info see Myron Aronoff's home page:]

Barley, Tony, Taking Sides: The Fiction of John le Carré, Milton Keynes: Open University Press, 1986.

Beene, LynnDianne, John le Carré, New York: Twayne, 1992. [excerpt:]

Bennett, Peter, Wilderness of Mirrors: The Representation of Identity and Subjectivity in the Spy Novels of John le Carré, Phil. Diss. Hannover, 1998.

Bold, Alan (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988.

Cobbs, John L., Understanding John le Carré, Columbia: Univ. of South Carolina Press, 1998. (Understanding Contemporary British Literature)

Dobler, George David, The Novels of John le Carré: Children, Women, Religion, Phil. Diss. Iowa City 1989.

Holtmann, Ulrike, Spying on Le Carré: His Heroes of the Sixties and Seventies, M. A. Thesis Osnabrück 1991.

Homberger, Eric, John le Carré, London: Methuen, 1986.

Jenssen, Elena, Die Narrativik des Geheimen und Erzählplots in John le Carrés Spionageromanen, Phil. Diss Hamburg 2000. [Buchhandelsausgabe: Norderstedt: Libri Books on Demand, 2000. online:]

Kost, Rudi, Über George Smiley, Stuttgart: Poller, 1985.

Lewis, Peter, John le Carré, New York: Ungar, 1985.

Monaghan, David, Smiley's Circus: A Guide to the Secret World of John le Carré, London: Orbis, 1986.

Monaghan, David, The Novels of John le Carré: The Art of Survival, Oxford: Blackwell, 1985.

Wolfe, Peter, Corridors of Deceit: The World of John le Carré, Bowling Green: University Popular Press, 1987.

2.3.2. Articles

Adams, Michael, "John le Carré/David John Moore Cornwell", Frank N. Magill (ed.), Critical Survey of Mystery and Detective Fiction Authors, 4 vols., Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, 1988.

Alberge, Dalya, "Le Carré Livid over Libraries' Sell-off", The Times 27.4.1996.

Atticus, "Words with the Much-Wooed Spyman", The Sunday Times 21.6.1964.

Bachmann, Dieter: "Heimat erfinden: Drei Tage zu Besuch in Cornwall", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 12-18.

Barley, Tony, "'Loving and Lying': Multiple Identity in John le Carré's A Perfect Spy", Ian Bell (ed.), Watching the Detectives: Essays on Crime Fiction, London: Macmillan, 1990, 152-171.

Barnard, Peter, "Farewell to Smiley People", The Times 27.12.2000.

Barnard, Peter, Dominic Kennedy, "Le Carré Confesses: I Spied at Oxford", The Times 26.12.2000.

Barzun, Jaques, "Spies and le Carré: A Response to Walter Laquer", Commentary October 1983, 16f.

Becker, Jens P., "John le Carré's Smiley Saga: 'Nostalgia for a lost paradise'", anglistik und englischunterricht 37 (1989), 99-111.

Beene, LynnDianne, "John le Carré", Robin W. Winks (ed.), Mystery and Suspense Writers: The Literature of Crime, Detection and Espionage, New York: Scribner, 1999, 569-587.

Bonfante, Jordan, "The Spy-Master Unmasked", Life 6.4.1964, 71-73.

Bradbury, Richard, "Reading John le Carré", Clive Bloom (ed.), Spy Thrillers: From Buchan to le Carré, London: Macmillan, 1990, 130-139.

Brady, Charles, "John le Carré's Smiley Saga", Thought 60 (1985), 275-296.

Burrell, Ian, "Burgling Houses on Her Majesty's Service Was Fun, Says le Carré", The Independent 21.12.2000.

Buzard, James M., "Faces, Photos, Mirrors: Image and Ideology in the Novels of John le Carré", David B. Downing, Susan Bazargan (eds.), Image and Ideology in Modern/Postmodern Discourse, Albany: State Univ. of New York Press, 1991, 153-179.

Cameron, James, "Schoolmaster Who Came in from the Cold", Daily Telegraph Magazine 28.6.1974, 23-29.

Cameron, James, "The Case of the Hot Writer", New York Times Magazine 8.9.1974, 55-68.

Christensen, Camilla, "Den indbildte far: Psykologiske monstre hos John le Carré", Kritik: Tidsskrift for Litteratur, Forskning, Undervisning 32:138 (1999), 12-14.

Clough, Patricia, "Dieter and the Wolf: A German Mystery", The Independent 18.4.1989.

Cohn, Jack R., "The Watch on Le Carré", Studies in the Novel 20 (1988), 323-337.

Cowell, Alan, "After Spies, New Foes: Capitalists Gone Amok", New York Times 6.4.1999, E1,3.

Crehan, Stewart, "Information, Power and the Reader: Textual Strategies in le Carré", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 103-128.

Daleski, H.M., "A Perfect Spy and a Great Tradition", Journal of Narrative Technique 20 (1990), 56-64.

Dawson, Harry D., "John le Carré's Circus", The Armchair Detective 13 (1980), 150.

Denter, Edgar: "Ex-Spion eroberte Welt des Schreibens", Westdeutsche Zeitung 16.10.1996.

Dobel, J. Patrick, "The Honourable Spymaster: John le Carré and the Character of Espionage", Administration and Society 20 (1988), 191-215.

Dubois, Betty Lou, "Regular Adverbs of Manner in le Carré's Naive and Sentimental Lover", Southwest Journal of Linguistics 9 (1990), 43-62.

Dynes, Michael, "Latest Le Carré Goes Undercover in Nervous Kenya", The Times 7.3.2001.

Edwards, Owen Dudley, "The Clues of a Great Tradition", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 41-68.

Evans, Michael, "We still Need Smiley's People, Says le Carré", The Times 2.3.1999.

Everett, Glenn, "Smiley's Fallen Camelot: Allusion to Tennyson in John le Carré's Cambridge Circus Novels", Papers on Language and Literature 27 (1991), 496-513.

Gardner, John, "Smiley at the Circus: Cold War Espionage", Dilys Winn (ed.), Murder Ink.: The Mystery Reader's Companion, Newton Abbott: Westbridge, 1978, 161-163.

Garson, Helen S., "Enter George Smiley: Le Carré's Call for the Dead", Harold Bloom (ed.), John le Carré, New York: Chelsea House, 1987, 73-80.

Geoghegan, Jack, "The Spy Who Saved Me: A Thriller Starring John le Carré", New York Times Book Review 4.12.1988, 16.

Giddings, Robert, "The Writing on the Igloo Walls: Narrative Technique in The Spy Who Came in from the Cold", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 188-210.

Green, Vivian, "A Perfect Spy: A Personal Reminiscence", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 25-40.

Greenway, H.D.S., "Travels with Le Carré", Newsweek 10.10.1977, 49.

Greiner, Ulrich, "Nervöse Zeiten", Die Zeit 28.11.1997.

Grella, George, "Murder and Loyalty", New Republic 31.7.1976, 23-25.

Griffiths, Gwen, "Individual and Societal Entropy in Le Carré's A Perfect Spy", Critique 31 (1990), 112-124.

Gwinn, Mary Ann, "Author John le Carré Digs Deep in His Own Past for the Themes of His Work", Seattle Times 25.3.1999.

Halperin, John, "Between Two Worlds: The Novels of John le Carré", South Atlantic Quarterly 79 (1980), 17-37.

Hamilton, William G., "The Experience of Place in the Spy Novels of John le Carré", The Canadian Geographer 35:4 (1991), 404-412.

Harlow, John, "Le Carré Names his Master Spy", The Sunday Times 7.2.1999.

Hayes, Michael J., "Are You Telling Me Lies David? The Work of John le Carré", Clive Bloom (ed.), Spy Thrillers: From Buchan to le Carré, London: Macmillan, 1990, 113-129.

Heller, Richard, "The Writer Left out in the Cold", Mail on Sunday 6.1.1991.

Helm, Siegfried, "Schlammschlacht mit Hintergrund", Die Welt 25.11.1997.

Henschel, Gerhard, "Der melancholische Held: George Smiley - Rückblick auf einen Meisterspion", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 56-60.

Hewison, Robert, "Behind the Lines", Times Literary Supplement 25.3.1983, 298.

Hindersmann, Jost, "John le Carré", Klaus Peter Walter (ed.), Lexikon der Kriminalliteratur: Autoren, Werke, Themen, Aspekte, 27. Ergänzungslieferung, Meitingen: Corian, 1999, 1-12, 1-14.

Hughes, Celia, "Serious Reflections on Light Reading: The World of John le Carré", Theology 84 (1981), 274-279.

Jacobi, Klaus, "Aus dem Schattenreich von Liebe, Lüge und Verrat: John le Carré", Die Welt 25.2.2001.

Jackson, Crispin, "The 'Smiley' Books of John le Carré", Book and Magazine Collector 115 (1993), 4-11.

Jeffares, A. Norman, "John le Carré", James Vinson (ed.), Contemporary Novelists, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1976.

Johnson, Douglas, "Three Cards of Identity", New Society 3.11.1977, 247f.

Kanfer, Stefan, "The Spy Who Came in for the Gold", TIME 3.10.1977, 48-53.

King, Holly Beth, "Child's Play in John le Carré's Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy", Harold Bloom (ed.), John le Carré, New York: Chelsea House, 1987, 65-72.

Laity, Susan, "'The Second Burden of a Former Child': Doubling and Repitition in A Perfect Spy", Harold Bloom (ed.), John le Carré, New York: Chelsea House, 1987, 137-164.

Lambeck, Martin S., "Spionage in Bonn, letzter Teil", Welt 7.7.1999.

Laquer, Walter, "Le Carré in Russian Eyes", Commentary 96:3 (1995), 54f.

Laquer, Walter, "Le Carré's Fantasies", Commentary 75:6 (1983), 62-67.

Lasseter, Victor, "John le Carré's Spy Jargon: An Introduction and Lexicon", Verbatim 8:4 (1982), 1f.

Lasseter, Victor, "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: A Story of Modern Love", Critique 31 (1990), 101-111.

Lee, Thomas, "The Double Plot in Le Carré's A Perfect Spy", Notes on Contemporary Literature 18:4 (1988), 5-7.

Leigh, David, Paul Lashmar, "The Secrets Spread by Smiley's People", The Observer 26.4.1987, 9.

Leiprecht, Helga, "Chronik von Leben und Werk", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 70-75.

Leitch, David, "The Ultimate Spy", The Sunday Times Magazine 13.9.1987, 50f.

Lelyveld, Joseph, "Le Carré's Toughest Case", New York Times Magazine 16.3.1986, 40-46, 79, 90f.

Leonhardt, Rudolf W., "Der faire Spion", Die Zeit 13.9.1974, 17.

Ljubimow, Michail: "Auf der Seite von Karla", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 39-42.

McIlvanney, Hugh, "The Secret Life of John le Carré", The Observer Magazine 6.3.1983, 18-22.

Martin, B. K., "Le Carré's The Spy Who Came in from the Cold: A Structuralist Reading", Sydney Studies in English 14 (1988/89), 72-88.

Michalski, Peter, "John le Carré: Ja, ich war selbst Spion", Bild 27.12.200.

Monaghan, David, "John le Carré and England: A Spy's Eye View", Modern Fiction Studies 29 (1983), 569-582.

Moss, Norman, "Charlie: Fact and Fiction", Daily Telegraph 15.7.1984, 16f.

Most, Glen W., "The Hippocratic Smile: John le Carré and the Traditions of the Detective Novel", Glen W. Most, William W. Stowe (eds.), The Poetics of Murder: Detective Fiction and Literary Theory, New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1983, 341-365.

N.N., "Honourable Schoolboys", The Observer, 29.3.1981.

N.N., "Panama Peeved at le Carré", The Sunday Times 24.11.1996.

N.N., "Running away from the Circus", The Sunday Times 27.10.1996.

N. N., "Spymaster Holds the Mirror up to His Own Secrets", The Sunday Times 1.11.1987, 16.

N.N., "Vom Spion zum Bestsellerautor", Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung 27.12.2000, 4.

Noland, Richard W., "The Spy Fiction of John le Carré", Clues 1 (1980), 54-70.

O'Neill, Philip, "Le Carré: Faith and Dreams", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 169-187.

Oakes, Philip, "Hard Cash and Le Carré", The Sunday Times 11.9.1977.

Powell, Cheryl C., Redemption for the Protagonist in three Novels by John le Carré, Phil. Diss. Tallahassee, 1991.

Rhodes, Tom, "Le Carré's Tailor Fails to cut a Dash among Panama Elite", The Times 23.11.1996.

Rogers, Byron, "Closing the File", Radio Times 18.9.1982, 88-92.

Rohter, Larry, "In the Land of the Big Ditch, le Carré's in Hot Water", New York Times 19.11.1996, A4.

Rothberg, Abraham, "The Decline and Fall of George Smiley: John le Carré and English Decency", Southwest Review 66 (1981), 377-393.

Rowe, Margaret Moan, "Women's Place in John le Carré's Man's World", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 69-86.

Royle, Trevor, "Le Carré and the Idea of Espionage", Alan Bold (ed.), The Quest for le Carré, London: Vision Press, 1988, 87-102.

Schiff, Stephen, "The Secret Life of John le Carré", Vanity Fair June 1989, 189.

Schmid, Stefan, "Die Unsterblichkeit der Schattenmänner: John le Carré und der britische Spionageroman nach dem Kalten Krieg", Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 31:4 (1998), 343-363.

Seed, David, "The Well-Wrought Structures of John le Carré's Early Fiction", Clive Bloom (ed.), Spy Thrillers: From Buchan to le Carré, London: Macmillan, 1990, 140-159.

Sem-Sandberg, Steve, "Skuggan av mitt andra jag: om John le Carré's spionromaner", Bonniers literära magasin 55:2 (1987), 117-120.

Shookman, Ellis, "Smiley lächelt: John le Carré and German Literature", Oxford German Studies 25 (1996), 135-164.

Silver, Brenda R., "Woman as Agent: The Case of Le Carré's Little Drummer Girl", Contemporary Literature 28 (1987), 15-40.

stei, "Beruf Verräter", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 27.12.2000, 41.

Stein, Thomas Michael, "'A world grown old and cold and weary': Intertextuelle Referenzen in John le Carrés Trilogie The Quest for Karla", anglistik und englischunterricht 37 (1989), 113-130.

Stein, Thomas Michael, "'The Imperial Fantasy': John le Carré's A Perfect Spy and The Russia House", anglistik und englischunterricht 48 (1992), 53-64.

Stoddart, Patrick, "Perfecting the Story of a Spy", The Sunday Times 1.11.1987, 72.

Sweeney, John, "Lost Innocence in a Twilight Zone", The Observer 1.8.1993, 16.

Syal, Rajeev, "Rushdie Throws Smiley at le Carré as Grudge Comes in from the Cold", The Sunday Times 23.11.1997.

Treneman, Ann, "Le Carré Comes in from the Cold", The Times 9.12.2000.

Vogt, Jochen, "Halb-Engel gegen Halb-Teufel", Die Horen 154 (1989), 49-59.

Wallace, Douglas, "John le Carré: The Dark Side of Organisations", Harvard Business Review 63 (1985), 6-14.

Walling, William, "John le Carré: The Doubleness of Class", Columbia Library Columns 37:2 (1988), 23-32.

Wapshott, Nicolas, "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Novelist", The Times 6.9.1982, 7.

Whitney, Craig R., "Russians Warm to le Carré", New York Times 22.5.1989, C13, C18.

Zucker, Renée: "Schön - und dämlich? Die jüngsten Romane und ihre Frauenfiguren", du - Die Zeitschrift der Kultur 3/1998, 62-64.

2.4. Reviews:

Reviews of Call for the Dead:
Boucher, Anthony, "Criminals at Large", New York Times Book Review 7.4.1963.

N. N., "More le Carré Capers", TIME 29.5.1964, 62.

Reviews of A Murder of Quality:

Boucher, Anthony, "Criminals at Large", New York Times Book Review 8.9.1963, 45.

N.N., "Skills and Thrills", Times Literary Supplement 31.8.1962.

Nettelbeck, Uwe, "Kein Mord erster Klasse", Die Zeit 7.10.1966, 31.

Reviews of The Spy Who Came In from the Cold:

Adams, Robert M., "Couldn't Put It Down", New York Review of Books 5.3.1964, 13f.

Allsop, Kenneth, "Is This the Private Nightmare of a Master Spy", Daily Mail 12.9.1963.

Boucher, Anthony, "Temptations of a Man Isolated in Deceit", New York Times Book Review 12.1.1964, 5. []

Harling, Robert, "Something near the Truth?", The Sunday Times 15.9.1963.

Iles, Francis, "Criminal Records", The Guardian 11.10.1963, 9.

Kenner, Hugh, "The Spy Comes into the Drugstore", National Review 27.7.1965, 654-656.

N.N., "Limits of Control", Times Literary Supplement 13.9.1963.

Nollau, Günther, "Nichts ist authentisch", Der Spiegel 20.1.1965, 77.

Wolf, Edmund, "Menschen als Automaten", Die Zeit 2.4.1965, 26.

Reviews of The Looking-Glass War:

Ambler, Eric, "John le Carré Escapes the Follow-Up Jinx", Life 30.7.1965, 8.

Campbell, Alex, "Thrillers for Eggheads", New Republic 3.7.1965, 25f.

Elliott, George P., "It's the Spy Who Counts", New York Times Book Review 25.7.1965, 5.

Enzensberger, Howard, "Up the Circus", The Spectator 25.6.1965, 827.

Hicks, Granville, "Spies without a Sense of Mission", Saturday Review 24.7.1965, 39f.

Marcus, Steven, "Grand Illusions", New York Review of Books 5.8.1965, 20f.

N. N., "New Fiction", The Times 24.6.1965.

N.N., "Twenty Years After", Times Literary Supplement 24.6.1965, 533.

N.N., "Ohne Seife", Der Spiegel 2.6.1965, 114f.

Nettelbeck, Uwe, "Tödliches Scheingefecht", Die Zeit 15.10.1965, XV.

Symons, Julian, "A Spy Goes out", The Sunday Times 20.6.1965.

Reviews of A Small Town in Germany:

Boston, Richard, "What Became of Harting?", New York Times Book Review 27.10.1968, 5, 70.

Davenport, Guy, "Parables from Inside", National Review 19.11.1968, 1172-1174.

Karasek, Hellmuth, "Ritter, Tod und Teufel in Bonn", Die Zeit 29.11.1968, Lit9.

Keating, H.R.F., "From Bonn, a Literary Bundle", The Times 2.11.1968, 22.

Maddocks, Melvin, "Le Carré at His Best with an Ethical Spy", Life 25.10.1968, 6.

Muggeridge, Malcolm, "In from the Cold and out Again", Book World 20.10.1968, 3.

N.N., "Labyrinthine Ways", Times Literary Supplement 31.10.1968, 1218.

Rosenthal, T.G., "Thrillers into Novels", New Statesman 8.11.1968, 641.

Turner, E.S., "Chancery Creeps", The Listener 31.10.1968, 588.

Reviews of The Naive and Sentimental Lover:

Jones, D., "The New Le Carré", The Listener 23.9.1971, 407f.

Lord, Graham, "Now John Le Carré Turns His Back on Spies", Sunday Express 19.9.1971.

Raphael, Frederic, "Looking-Glass Hero", The Sunday Times 26.9.1971.

Tomalin, Claire, "Liberated Englishman", The Observer 26.9.1971.

Wolff, Geoffrey, "All Naked into the World of Art", New York Times Book Review 9.1.1972, 7.

N.N., "Wishful Thinking", Times Literary Supplement 24.9.1971.

Reviews of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy:

Foote, Timothy, "Playing Tigers", TIME 24.6.1974

Gadney, Reg, "Triple Agents?", London Magazine October/November 1974, 73-77.

Keating, H.R.F., "Life without Roots", The Times 4.7.1974, 10.

Locke, Richard, "The Spy Who Spied on Spies", New York Times Book Review 30.6.1974, 1f.

Mahon, Derek, "Dolls within Dolls", The Listener 4.7.1974, 30.

Miller, Karl, "Gothic Guesswork", New York Review of Books 18.7.1974, 24-27.

Mo, Timothy, "Human Spy", New Statesman 12.7.1974, 52.

N.N., "Hunt the Sleeper", Times Literary Supplement 19.7.1974.

Prescott, Peter S., "Smiley vs. the Mole", Newsweek 17.6.1974, 57.

Symons, Julian, "Criminal Activities", New Review 4.7.1974, 60-62.

Reviews of The Honourable Schoolboy:

Becker, Rolf, "Circus und Ko", Der Spiegel 14.11.1977, 226-228.

Binyon, T.J., "A Gentleman among Players", Times Literary Supplement 9.9.1977, 1069.

Burgess, Anthony, "Moscow Drugs, Peking Gold", New York Times Book Review 25.9.1977, 9, 45.

Busche, Jürgen, "Der Betrüger wird betrogen, Held und Feigling zerbrechen unterschiedslos", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 11.10.1977, L9.

Crispin, Edmund, "The Sinister Circus", The Sunday Times 11.9.1977, 39.

Fenton, James, "Le Carré Goes East", New Review 4 (1977), 31-34.

Finger, Louis, "The Manly One", New Statesman 23.9.1977, 414f.

Gelber, Alexis, Edward Behr, "A Stellar Spymaster Returns", Newsweek 7.3.1983, 40-45.

James, Clive, "Go Back to the Cold!", New York Review of Books 27.10.1977, 29f.

Keating, H.R.F., "With Sweep and Vision", The Times 8.9.1977.

Leonhardt, Rudolf Walter, "Das Leben - eine Verschwörung", Die Zeit 23.9.1977, 50.

Starkmann, Alfred, "Bürger Ko hütet ein schlimmes Geheimnis", Die Welt 12.10.1977, XI.

Stern, Laurence, "The Secret World of George Smiley", Washington Post - Book World 9.10.1977, E1, E6.

Vaizey, Lord, "Futile Jerry", The Listener 29.9.1977, 409.

West, Richard, "Local Colour", The Spectator 10.9.1977, 19f.

Reviews of Smiley's People:

Alvarez, A., "Half-angels versus Half-devils", The Observer 3.2.1980, 39.

Becker, Rolf, "Fair zu Karla", Der Spiegel 17.3.1980, 246-249.

Binyon, T.S., "Your Whole Range of Faces", Times Literary Supplement 5.11.1982, 1218.

Booker, Christopher, "Spymasters and Spy-Monsters", The Spectator 9.2.1980, 16f.

Broyard, Anatole, "Le Carré's People", New York Times Book Review 29.8.1982, 23.

Buch, Hans Christoph, "Die schmutzige Poesie des Kalten Krieges", Frankfurter Rundschau 26.4.1980, IV.

Busche, Jürgen, "Unglück eines nicht gelebten Lebens", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 2.4.1980, 26.

Caute, David, "It Was a Man", New Statesman 8.2.1980, 209.

Lekachman, Robert, "Good Boys, Bad Boys, Old Boys", The Nation 26.4.1980, 504-506.

Leonhardt, Rudolf Walter, "Die geheime Welt des John le Carré", Die Zeit 4.4.1980, 62.

McLellan, Joseph, "George Smiley's Revenge", Washington Post 23.12.1979, 1,4.

Moynahan, Julian, "Smiley's People", New Republic 19.1.1980, 31f.

Paulin, Tom, "National Myths", Encounter June 1980, 58-63.

Prawer, S.S., "The Circus and Its Conscience", Times Literary Supplement 8.2.1980, 131f.

Pritchett, V.S., "A Spy Romance", New York Review of Books 7.2.1980, 22-24.

Ratcliffe, Michael, "George's Black Grail", The Times 7.2.1980, 12.

Snow, C.P., "Estonian Connection", Financial Times 2.2.1980, 10.

Starkmann, Alfred, "Mord auf der Heide von Hampstead", Die Welt 29.3.1980, V.

Paulin, Tom, "National Myths", Encounter June 1980, 58-63.

Wood, Michael, "Spy Fiction, Spy Fact", New York Times Book Review 6.1.1980, 1, 16f.

Reviews of The Little Drummer Girl:

Binyon, T.J., "Theatre of Terror", Times Literary Supplement 25.3.1983, 289.

Bragg, Melvyn, "Off Beat", Punch 23.3.1983, 69.

Buckley, William F., "Terror and a Woman", New York Times Book Review 19.3.1983, 1, 23.

Busche, Jürgen, "Das ferngesteuerte Mädchen", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 24.9.1983, 26.

Cruz-Smith, Martin, "Season of Spies", Esquire April 1983, 106f.

Diamond, Julie, "Spies in the Promised Land", Race and Class 24 (1984), 35-40.

Gray, Paul, "In the Theatre of Deeds", TIME 14.3.1983.

Gross, John, "Shadow of a Terrorist", The Observer 27.3.1983

Hitchens, Christopher, "Something for Everybody", Literary Review July 1983, 37f.

Laski, Marghanita, "Oh, the Brave Music", The Listener 21.4.1983, 27f.

Leonhardt, Rudolf Walter, "Literatur als Welttheater des Wirklichen", Die Zeit 2.9.1983, 35.

Mullin, Charlie, "A Mucky Business", Tribune 8.4.1983.

Prescott, Peter S., "In the Theatre of the Real", Newsweek 7.3.1983, 42f.

Pryce-Jones, David, "Drumming up Hatred", The Spectator 16.4.1983, 9f.

Pryce-Jones, David, "A Demonological Fiction", New Republic 18.4.1983, 27-30.

Quinton, Anthony, "Romance of a Charlie", The Times 31.3.1983.

Semmelroth, Felix, "Heiligt der Zweck die Mittel?", EnglischAmerikanische Studien 5 (1983), 611-617.

Shipp, Randy, "Le Carré's Newest Spy Is a Woman", Christian Science Monitor 30.3.1983.

Sinclair, Clive, "Eastern Approaches", Encounter July 1983, 89-93.

Symons, Julian, "A Book to Be Buried with", The Sunday Times 27.3.1983, 42.

Waugh, Auberon, "Mixed up by a Master", Daily Mail 31.3.1989, 7.

Wolcott, James, "The Secret Sharers", New York Review of Books 14.4.1983, 19-21.

Reviews of A Perfect Spy:

Annan, Noel, "Underground Men", New York Review of Books 29.5.1986, 3-6.

Barnes, Anne, "A Perfect Mess of Spies", The Times 2.5.1987.

Burgess, Anthony, "Defector as Hero", The Observer 16.3.1986.

Conroy, Frank, "Sins of the Fathers", New York Times Book Review 13.4.1986, 1, 24.

Heald, Tim, "Cracking the Code of the Hidden Shoals", The Times 20.3.1986, 11.

Lord, Graham, "What a Charming Crook of a Father Did to Le Carré", The Sunday Express 16.3.1986, 6.

Morrison, Blake, "Love and Betrayal in the Mist", Times Literary Supplement 11.4.1986, 381f.

Sutherland, John, "Carré on Spying", London Review of Books 3.4.1986, 5f.

Reviews of The Russia House:

Cruise O'Brien, Conor, "Bad News for Spies", New York Times Book Review 21.5.1989.

Eilert, Bernd, "Britannischer Fado", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 10.10.1989, L16.

Erofeev, Victor, "Betrayal", New York Review of Books 28.9.1989, 9-12.

Freitag, Michael, "Gorbi als Killer des Spionage-Thrillers", Bücherpick 3/89.

French, William, "Glasnost and Its Consequences", The Globe and Mail 10.6.1989, C17.

Gray, Paul, "A Master Hits His Old Pace", TIME 29.5.1989, 50.

Jelinek, Elfriede, "Leere Plastiktüten", Profil 9.10.1989.

Kucherawy, Dennis, "Romance in Russia", Maclean's Magazine 19.6.1989, 55.

Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher, "Le Carré Takes Espionage into the Age of Perestroika", New York Times 18.5.1989, C28.

Leiser, Erwin, "John le Carré", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung - Magazin 18.8.1989, 10-18.

Leo, "Alte Spione", Zeitmagazin 7.7.1989, 30f.

Mathews, Tom, "In from the Cold", Newsweek 5.6.1989, 42-47.

N.N., "Der Spion, der in die Perestroika kam", Der Spiegel 7.8.1989, 142f.

Perrick, Penny, "A World without Love", The Sunday Times 2.7.1989, G6.

Petrov, Sergei L., "The Little Drummer Boy", New Republic 21.8.1989, 30-32.

Truehart, Charles, "John le Carré, The Spy Spinner after the Thaw", Washington Post 25.5.1989, D1-D3.

Vogt, Jochen, "Glasnost und die Zukunft der Spione", Frankfurter Rundschau 10.10.1989, B16.

Walsh, John, "The Perfect Spymaster", The Sunday Times 25.6.1989.

Waugh, Harriet, "The Spy Who Went out to the Warm", The Spectator 1.7.1989, 26f.

Reviews of The Secret Pilgrim:

Boyd, William, "Oh, What a Lovely Cold War", New York Times Book Review 6.1.1991, 3.

Buruma, Ian, "After the Fall", New York Review of Books 28.3.1991, 8f.

Busche, Jürgen, "Die Falschen haben gewonnen", Süddeutsche Zeitung 4.5.1991.

Buzas, Meinhard, "Flucht in die Vergangenheit", Oberösterreichische Nachrichten 2.5.1991.

Chorherr, Thomas, "Spione, Autoren und das amtliche Telefonbuch", Die Presse 27.4.1991.

Chowanetz, Ken, "Verlorene Zeit im Geheimdienst", WiesbadenerKurier 17.8.1991.

Ebel, Martin, "Smiley darf nicht sterben", Badische Zeitung/BZ-Magazin 3./4. 8.1991.

Freitag, Michael, "Agent verliert Spickzettel", FrankfurterAllgemeine Zeitung 13.5.1991.

Gray, Paul, "Ice Cubes", TIME 14.1.1991, 48.

Hahn, Dorothea, "Patriotischer Einsatz", Die Tageszeitung 21.6.1991.

Huber, Christine, "Als der kalte Krieg noch keine kalten Füsse hatte", Berner Zeitung 17.7.1991.

Hughes, David, "Smiley's Triumphant Last Word in Espionage", Mail on Sunday 6.1.1991, 36.

Jeffery, Keith, "The Thoughts of Chairman Smiley",Times Literary Supplement 11.1.1991, 24.

Kalender, Karl-Heinz, "Spionage ist nur noch Selbstbetrug", Westfälische Rundschau 29.5.1991.

Kearns, George, "Fiction: In History and Out", The Hudson Review 44 (1991), 491-499.

Kessler, Oswald, "Das Geschäft mit dem Verrat", Der Standard 2.8.1991.

Kohls, Mareile, "Heimlicher Held", Prinz Juni 1991.

Leonhardt, Rudolf Walter, "Liebe braucht keinen Circus", Die Zeit 31.5.1991, 55.

Löffler, Sigrid, "Spion im Ruhestand", Profil 25.2.1991.

Martenstein, Harald, "Eine Karriere lang Krieg", Der Tagesspiegel 23.6.1991.

Meissner, Toni, "Eingekeilt zwischen Pudding und Portwein", Abendzeitung 6.6.1991.

Melchert, Rulo, "Jahre des 'kalten Krieges' in Bildern des Kaleidoskops", Sächsische Zeitung 5.7.1991.

Mohnholz, Waltraud, "Ein Stück Weltgeschichte - aus Agentensicht erzählt", Berliner Zeitung 17.7.1991.

Münder, Peter, "Episoden aus dem kalten Krieg", Neue Züricher Zeitung 19.6.1991.

N. N., "Patchwork der Eitelkeiten", Der Spiegel 3.6.1991, 244f.

Pralle, Uwe, "Der Krieg der Agenten im ewigen Frieden", Frankfurter Rundschau 6.7.1991.

Rost, Alexander, "Smiley kehrt zurück - in eine verwirrte Welt der Spione", Welt am Sonntag 14.4.1991.

Schwarzkopf, Dietrich, "Aus dem Ruhestand zurück", DeutschesAllgemeines Sonntagsblatt 14.6.1991.

Tholund, Sabine, "Die Welt der Spionage als Mikrokosmos", Bergedorfer Zeitung 25.5.1991.

Wiese, Heidi, "Zuneigung für Guiness", Westfalen-Blatt 20.9.1991.

Wordsworth, Christopher, "Carry on, Le Carré", The Observer 6.1.1991, 47.

Zitzmann, Peter, "Smileys Vermächtnis", Hessische Niedersächsische Allgemeine 18.5.1991.

Reviews of "The Unbearable Peace":

N. N., "Flittern mit Deni", Der Spiegel 18.11.1991, 302-305.

Reviews of The Night Manager:

Beer, Otto F., "Waffen und Drogen", Der Tagesspiegel 19.12.1993.

Bengel, Michael, "Von Waffen, Geld und Drogen", Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger 24.9.1993.

Berman, Paul, "Puttin' on the Ritz", New Republic 9.8.1993, 35.

Busche, Jürgen, "Das doppelte Spiel des Jonathan Pine", Süddeutsche Zeitung 7./8.8.1993.

Fountain, Nigel, "Stink of Decay", New Statesman 9.7.1993, 37f.

Fries, Fritz Rudolf, "Der Joker ist ein Glückspilz", Focus 31/1993, 65f.

Haupt, Klaus, "Der Feind ist nicht draußen", Neues Deutschland 19.11.1993.

Hochstein, Hartwig, "Ein le Carré vom Feinsten", Leipziger Volkszeitung 5.10.1993.

Hollander, John, "Fiction in Review", The Yale Review 82:1 (1994), 150-160.

Iyer, Pico, "Civil Wars in the Soul", TIME 26.7.1993, 47f.

Kalender, Karl-Heinz, "Bei John le Carré: Ein Koch bekämmpft das Übel der Welt", Westfälische Rundschau 18.8.1993.

Karas, Christa, "Der Endsieg des Bösen", Wiener Zeitung 15.10.1993.

Kuhn, Christoph, "Die Jagd auf den Mann mit der reinen Weste", Tages-Anzeiger (Zürich) 31.8.1993.

Leonhardt, Rudolf Walter, "Am Ende bleibt die Liebe", Die Zeit 19.11.1993.

Löffler, Sigrid, "Auch die Schnüffler ändern sich", Die Weltwoche 26.8.1993.

N. N., "Melancholie und Verbrechen", Der Spiegel 9.8.1993, 147-149.

Nawe, Günther, "Waffen werden gegen Kokain getauscht", Kölnische Rundschau 8.8.1993.

Nievergelt, Gery, "Der Spion geht neue Wege, aber einsam wird er bleiben", SonntagsZeitung (Zürich) 25.7.1993.

O'Brien, Sean, "A War Against Principle", Times Literary Supplement 2.7.1993, 21.

Ratcliffe, Michael, "Good Hearts, Angry Men", The Observer 27.6.1993, 61.

Remnick, David, "Le Carré's New War", New York Review of Books 12.8.1993, 20-23.

Rubin, Merle, "A Master of Spy Tales Uncovers a New Plot", Christian Science Monitor 30.7.1993.

Sch., J., "Liebe und Verrat", Basler Zeitung 16.12.1993.

Schranz, Peter, "Mehr als Agentenspiele", Berner Zeitung 4.9.1993.

Schwazkopf, Dietrich, "Playboy, Dame und Spion", Deutsches Allgemeines Sontagsblatt 27.8.1993.

Srenk, Andreas, "Die harten Männer auf ihren schroffen Felsen", Die Welt 28.8.1993.

Symons, Julian, "Our Man in Zurich", New York Times Book Review 27.6.1993.

Tuschick, Jamal, "Großhändler des Todes", Rheinischer Merkur 27.8.1993.

Vollmann, Rolf, "Rote Papierlaterne", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 15.1.1993, L4.

Warren, Tim, "Verrat ist ein Symbol unserer Gegenwart", Die Welt 16.7.1993.

Wiese, Heidi, "Spion in grenzenlosen Zeiten", Westfalen-Blatt 15.10.1993.

Reviews of Our Game:

Bachmann, Dieter, "Jagend gejagter Jäger", Weltwoche 2.11.1995.

Busche, Jürgen, "Spione im Ruhestand", Süddeutsche Zeitung 23./24.9.1995.

Demetz, Peter, "Kaukasische Spiele", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 2.9.1995.

Fries, Fritz Rudolf, "Das Spiel geht weiter", Focus 30.10.1995.

Gray, Paul, "In from the Cold War", TIME 20.3.1995, 59.

Hartmann, Horst, "Ein Engländer auf Menschenjagd im Kaukasus", Luxemburger Wort 26.10.1995.

Hartmann, Horst, "Humor angesichsts einer aus den Fugen geratenen Welt", Main-Echo 7.11.1995.

Helmick, Kristiana, "With Cold War Over, Le Carré Builds Plot Around Ethnic Tension", Christian Science Monitor 16.3.1995.

Kreitling, Holger, "Doppelter Betrug", Der Tagesspiegel 17.3.1996.

Menaud, Louis, "Under Western Eyes", New York Review of Books 20.4.1995, 4f.

Mohr, Peter, "Idealistisch weht die Freiheitsbrise", Berliner Zeitung 13.10.1995.

N. N., "Le Carré: Der engagierte Spion", Oberösterreichische Nachrichten 10.5.1995.

O'Brien, Sean, "Exercising Tradecraft", Times Literary Supplement 12.5.1995, 19.

Pralle, Uwe, "Der Kaukasus ruft", Frankfurter Rundschau 4.1.1996.

Ratcliffe, Michael, "The Joe's Revenge", The Observer 30.4.1995.

S. R., "Ein schmutziges Spiel", Playboy September 1995.

Scammell, Michael, "Still Out in the Cold", New York Times Book Review 26.3.1995.

Schwanitz, Dietrich, "Ein britischer Bocksgesang", Der Spiegel 28.8.1995, 181-185.

Schwarzkopf, Dietrich, "Kronjuwel auf Abwegen", Das Sonntagsblatt 20.10.1995.

Vogt, Werner, "Endstation Tschetschenien", Neue Zürcher Zeitung 6.4.1995, 47.

Reviews of The Tailor of Panama:

Berlins, Marcel, "Cutting up rough", The Sunday Times 6.10.1996.

Bittermann, "Unser Mann in Panama", Junge Welt 3.9.1997.

Bonnert, Gabriel, "Schneider & Aufschneider", Die Welt 30.8.1997.

Buch, Hans-Christoph, "Die Welt ist eine handfeste Verschwörung", Die Zeit 19.9.1997.

Büker, Hubertus, "Ein Lügner und Betrüger, dem das Gewissen schlägt", Oldenburgische Volkszeitung 11.10.1997.

Danziger, Jeff, "Conspiracy Theory: Dressing Gossip Up Into Espionage", Christian Science Monitor 4.11.1996.

Endres, Elisabeth, "Harry, der Lügner", Süddeutsche Zeitung 26.8.1997.

Grasberger, Thomas, "Maßanzug aus dunklen Kanälen", Abendzeitung 30./31.8.1997.

Henschel, Gerhard, "Helden, linkisch und groß", Berliner Zeitung 6.9.1997.

Hintermeier, Hannes, "Lügen in Überlänge", Die Woche 22.8.1997.

Klüger, Ruth, "Feines Tuch, perfekte Lügen", Der Spiegel 8.9.1997, 212.

Knorr, Wolfram, "Die Stunde der Komödianten", Weltwoche 4.9.1997.

Korzdörfer, Norbert, "Der Spion, der mit der Schere kam", Die Welt am Sonntag 14.9.1997.

Krützfeldt, Lutz, "Schwindler, Schöpfer, Mensch, Spion", Neue Zürcher Zeitung 25.11.1997.

Millar, Peter, "A Tailor Tinkers in Greeneland", The Times 5.10.1996.

Millar, Peter, "A Yuletide Feast of Intrigue and Espionage", The Times 6.12.1996.

Mohr, Peter, "Unterm Panama-Hut hört der Geheimdienstler gut", Mitteldeutsche Zeitung 3.2.1998.

N. N., "Ein Schneider soll die Kanalzone retten", Dresdner Morgenpost 26.8.1997.

Panic, Ira, "Oh wie schön ist Panama", Hamburger Morgenpost 16./17. 8.1997.

Philipp, Claus, "Ein tapferes Schneiderlein beim Tanz auf dem Vulkan", Der Standard 29.8.1997.

Raphael, Frederic, "Gents' Suiting", Times Literary Supplement 18.10.1996.

Rush, Norman, "Spying and Lying", New York Times Book Review 20.10.1996.

Seiler, Christian, Wie im wirklichen Leben", Profil 25.8.1997.

Wagner, Rainer, "Der Spion, der aus der Komik kommt", Badische Zeitung 25.8.1997.

Warnhold, Birgit, "Machtpoker um den Kanal", Berliner Morgenpost 17.8.1997.

Wood, Michael, "The Lying Game", New York Review of Books 28.11.1996, 16f.

Wörtche, Thomas, "Ein schrecklich netter Kerl", Die Tageszeitung 23./24.8.1997.

Reviews of Single & Single:

Amidon, Stephen, "Death of the Spy", The Sunday Times 7.2.1999.

Bengel, Michael, "Der Köder für die Bestie", Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger 1.10.1999.

Ebel, Martin, "Loyalität? Ist doch lächerlich!", Die Welt 30.4./1.5.1999.

Falcke, Eberhard, "Familienbetrieb im eiskalten Ostgeschäft", Süddeutsche Zeitung 8.5.1999, 17.

Gray, Paul, "Corrupt Practices", TIME 29.3.1999, 145.

Hähnel, Herbert, "Vom Verrat an allen und jedem", Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung 12.6.1999.

Helbling, Brigitte, "Konzentriertes Thrillergericht", Berliner Zeitung 11.9.1999.

Lewis, Michael, "Spying With Interest", New York Times Book Review 21.3.1999.

Mars-Jones, Adam, "Blood is Thicker than Water - and twice as Messy", The Observer 14.2.1999.

Millar, Peter, "Method Writing", The Times 5.2.1999.

O'Nan, Stewart, "Und für wen arbeiten Sie?", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 30.11.1999, L17.

Rumler, Fritz, "Herz der Finsternis", Der Spiegel 3.5.1999.

Taylor, D. J., "Agents of Evil", The Guardian 20.2.1999.

Warnhold, Birgit, "Schuldlos schuldig", Berliner Morgenpost 2.5.1999.

Warshaw, Justin, "A Chip off the Old Block", Times Literary Supplement 26.2.1999.

Wittstock, Uwe, "Alles ist ein Thriller", Profil 3.5.1999, 180-183.

Wittstock, Uwe, "Den Vater verraten - und retten", Focus 26.4.1999.

Wörtche, Thomas, "Menschenblut ist Handelsware", die tageszeitung 29.5.1999, 15.

Reviews of The Constant Gardener:

Charles, Ron, "Le Carré to Drug Companies: Heal Thyself", Christian Science Monitor 7.12.2000.

Falcke, Eberhard, "Liebesgrüße aus Kenia", Süddeutsche Zeitung 26.3.2001, 17.

Foden, Giles, "In the Garden of Good and Evil", Guardian 11.1.2001.

Hartley, Aidan, "Plods, Hacks and Drugs", The Spectator 6.1.2001.

Ingendaay, Paul, "Das Böse blüht nicht nur in Bielefeld", Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 28.4.2001.

Mantel, Hilary, "The Devil's Playground", New York Review of Books 19.7.2001, 20-24.

O'Brien, Sean, "A Fate far Worse than Death", Times Literary Supplement 5.1.2001.

Petschull, Jürgen, "Wo Liebe ist, gibt es Verrat", Stern 22.3.2001.

Rumler, Fritz, "Im Herz der Finsternis", Der Spiegel 2.4.2001.

Seitz, Raymond, "New Fires Burn in Master of Restraint", The Times 20.12.2000.

Sutherland, John, "This Time It's Personal", The Sunday Times 17.12.2000.

Wittstock, Uwe, "Fabelhaft schön, fabelhaft reich", Die Welt 14.4.2001.

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