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"...Le Carre's depiction of the moral landscape achieves a new level of poignancy. This is a lyrical account of despair....'Our Game' is less a tale of the events surrounding [its] characters than a meditation on the metaphysics of betrayal....Le Carre has explored this terrain many times before, but never with such a profound sense of the moral struggle....Le Carre forces us to look at those warts on the face of our democracy, and he makes us realize how easily we would deny responsibility for the things we pretend we don't want done....'Our Game' leads us unerringly to the only place from where all geopolitical betrayal and mayhem starts, and that is the foul rag-and-bone shop of the human heart."
Marney Smith, Boston Book Review, June/July 1995
Le Carre, John
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