The five secrets of James Bond

Alyosha Wald Lasowski

19,90 €
“Fascinating and hair-raising”, Culturopoing webzine “Without waiting”, Rules of the game “Who really is James Bond? Which spies inspired 007? What are the historical events anticipated by the saga? Which James Bond Ladies 007 is he really in love with? To unravel the mysteries of Her Majesty's faithful agent, Aliocha Wald Lasowski uses different decryption techniques. From gender studies to postcolonial thought, from popular culture to geopolitics, from feminism to phenomenology, the author unveils the mysteries of the twenty-five films. The essayist even goes so far as to invent the philosophical approach, which reveals what is hidden on the screen. From James Bond against Doctor No in 1962 to Dying can wait in 2020, The five secrets of James Bond draws an unsuspected landscape, to perceive differently the most famous of secret agents. »
The author

“University professor, Aliocha Wald Lasowski teaches political philosophy at Sciences-Po Lille. Author of fifteen books, he is also a journalist: columnist on France-Culture and writes in L'Express. A specialist in André Gide, Jean-Paul Sartre and Édouard Glissant, he also writes on music (Le jeu des ritornelles, Gallimard, 2017), painting (Dialogue with Alain Badiou on Art and on Pierre Soulages, Cercle d'art, 2019) and cinema. His personal reflection explores an aesthetic of rhythms and a thought of tempo.

256 pages | ISBN: 9782315009558