Friday, April 01, 2011
Liberals in literature and films (2)
"There was never a by-election like it, Tom, there was never any election like it. We are born, we get married, we divorce, we die. But somewhere along the way, if we get the chance, we should also stand as Liberal Candidate for...Gulworth North..."
Thus begins Chapter 11 of John le Carré's A Perfect Spy. As far as I recollect the BBC version with Ray McAnally as Rick Pym, the candidate, based upon le Carré's own father does not mention his political allegiance.
Posted by David at 9:57 am
Labels: John le Carré, Liberal, Perfect Spy, Ray McAnally
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