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Continuing with the Kingsley Amis analysis of Bond Girls in Ian Fleming books, the following may come as a surprise to those less studied in the world of 007.
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Blame this one (too) on Ian Fleming, advised Kingsley Amis in The James Bond Dossier (1965).
The question of “shaken,” rather than “stirred,” is one commonly debated among James Bond fans.
“A dry martini,” James Bond said. “One. In a deep champagne goblet.” essential 007 brand elements, this, too, comes from the fertile mind of his creator, Ian Fleming.
Ian Fleming is not only responsible for designating James Bond as “007,” but also for creating a mystique surrounding it.
The following as-yet undated interview with Ian Fleming speaks to how he selected the name “James Bond” for his character.