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Our Game, John Le Carre

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Mar 26, 1995 ... John le Carré's England in "Our Game" is that familiar land that is governed a bit like a giant public school, with the senior boys (in Whitehall, ...

Our Game, John Le Carre

. Orwell was writing about the 1930s, but most of those comics, as they were misleadingly called, survived virtually unchanged into the 40s, when john le carré and i were growing up in england, and i vividly remember the shock of recognition i experienced when reading orwells article. He also visits his secret archive of office files, stashed away in the abandoned church of , bequeathed to him by the same uncle bob who left him honeybrook.

And the political content is introduced by stopping the action from time to time for a character to deliver a brief lecture on caucasian history and the sins of the superpowers. Carré has also tried to endow the book with psychological subtlety and political relevance. London, konstantin checheyev, was a native of the ingushetia region, who has since, like pettifer (and cranmer), been put out to pasture.

Moreover, he found that the ethos of the public schools was carried over into many of the action tales more or less intact. Carrés sympathy for the people of the caucasus is expressed in a way that is clearly meant to invoke contempt for the excesses of a brutal russia, operating with the tacit support of a perfidious britain and an indifferent america. The insider who goes outside in our game is also the novels narrator -- a former treasury official and secret spymaster named timothy cranmer, who has retired to his 17th-century mansion in southwest england after being pensioned off at the end of the cold war. Which of us were they pursuing -- larry or me? Or both of us? How much did they know of emma? Why had checheyev visited larry in bath and when, when, when? Those policemen werent looking for some fringe academic who had gone walkabout for a few days.

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  • Our Game, John Le Carre

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    Our Game, John Le Carre

    These magazines, he discovered, devoted an inordinate amount of space to stories about the adventures of rich boys in englands public schools, as well as to more predictable tales of derring-do by dashing military figures, secret servicemen, detectives, explorers and the like. Yet who did they think he was -- larry, my larry, our larry? What had he done? This talk of money, russians, deals, checheyev, me, socialism, me again. The novel opens when cranmer is visited late one sunday night by two of the most improbable policemen (to judge by their dickensian diction) in the history of english fiction.

    The problem with the fancier aspirations of our game is that not only do they not work on their own terms, but they also get in the way of these simpler virtues. Larry, a man who had no interest in money, suddenly wish to steal 37 million from the to the arms trade to find out what his former agent and his purloined mistress have been up to in their disappearance. Panicked by his encounter with the bath police, cranmer contacts his former employers and is summoned to london where he learns that, not only has larry disappeared, he has absconded with some 37 million milked from the spy.

    Cranmer is from public school, so he knows how to furnish a house with queen anne antiques, can recognize a 55 cheval blanc when he tastes it and naturally appreciates an oxford college that has the decency to use good silver. It is this last trait that offers cranmer the clue he needs, and he sets out to unravel the mystery with the help of chums in high places. After taking forever to get there, the reader comes across some 40 pages that are as taut and thrilling as any adventure story i have ever read. The insider who goes outside in our game is also the novels narrator -- a former treasury official and secret spymaster named timothy cranmer, who has retired to his 17th-century mansion in southwest england after being pensioned off at the end of the cold war.

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