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James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences in Dr. No (the novel)

What follows is a list of excerpts featuring James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences as written down in Dr. No (1958), Ian Fleming’s fifth James Bond-novel. As Bond spends a lot of time ‘on the road’, he doesn’t get to order dinners and drinks. That’s why this books harvest is relatively low.

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James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences in From Russia with Love (the novel)

What follows is a list of excerpts featuring James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences as written down in From Russia with Love (1957), Ian Fleming’s fifth James Bond-novel.

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James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences in Diamonds are Forever (the novel)

What follows is a list of excerpts featuring James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences as written down in Diamonds are Forever (1956), Ian Fleming’s fourth James Bond-novel.

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James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences in Moonraker (the novel)

A novel’s protagonist only becomes a truly unique character (‘character’ meaning something like ‘the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual’) when he or she has (like we all do) small, peculiar personal details or quirks.

What follows is a list of excerpts featuring James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences as written down in Moonraker (1955), Ian Fleming’s third James Bond-novel.

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James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences in Live and Let Die (the novel)

A novel’s protagonist only becomes a truly unique character (‘character’ meaning something like ‘the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual’) when he has (like we all do) small, peculiar personal details or quirks

What follows is a list of excerpts featuring James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences as written down in Live and Let Die (1954), Ian Fleming’s second James Bond-novel.

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James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences in Casino Royale (the novel)

A novel’s protagonist only becomes a true unique character (‘character’ meaning something like ‘the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual’) when he has (like we all do) small, peculiar personal details or quirks.

What follows is a list of excerpts featuring James Bond’s personal tastes and preferences as written down in Casino Royale (1953), Ian Fleming’s first ever James Bond-novel.

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