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The Living Daylights

The Living Daylights, a Bond short story, was written by Ian Fleming. Bond was sent on a mission to kill Trigger, a female sniper. He refuses to kill the sniper and scares “the living daylights” out of her by shooting her hand. 268 more words

Ian Fleming "The Living Daylights"

In Ian Fleming’s “The Living Daylights,” James Bond is, yet again, portrayed as a masculine figure. Throughout this story, he has many characteristics that go along with his masculine ways. 452 more words

Monthly Roundup & Favorite Film of March 2014

Welcome to April everybody! I finally got my flip-flops out yesterday for the first time in … well I can’t even remember! Temperature actually reached 60˚F on Sunday! 476 more words


Bond’s Last Case: 'Octopussy' and 'The Living Daylights' by Philip Larkin

Widely regarded as the greatest English poet to arise after the second world war, Philip Larkin was, like his close friend Kingsley Amis, a fan of Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels. 802 more words

Between The Covers

The Living Daylights Poster

Here are the two posters of “The Living Daylights” that I analyzed on my first paper.

Antonio Guzman