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New York: Granta, 1988. 256, wraps, illus., cover states "Banned in Britain" This issue of Granta was devoted to "Inside Inelligence" with a featured article on Anthony Cavendish who witnessed some of the most important events in Europe folowing WWII. This insider's expose of the British Secret Service covers little known aspects and persons of the Cold War. The issue also includes writings by Bruce Chatwin, Gilles Peress, Philip Roth, Tobias Wolff, Peter Carey, James Fenton, Nick Cohn, E. L. Doctorow, Mona Simpson, and Jay McInerney. Doctorow's article, "The Apprentice," reflects work to be matured in Billy Bathgate. Philip Roth's article is stated to be a prologue to an autobiographical work. The Cavendish article has portions blacked over, indicating government censorship.
New York: Harper & Row, 1968. Book Club Edition. 393, rough spot inside front flyleaf, some soiling to fore-edge, DJ soiled & edges worn: small tears, small chips missing A collection of great true spy adventures, including accounts of elaborate military deceptions, underground exploits, defections, and clandestine encounters. Contributors include Corey Ford, David Dallin, Rebecca West, Ewen Montagu, and Barbara Tuchman. Allen Dulles ws formerly the director of the CIA.