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Fictional KGB Agents: Karla, General Grubozaboyschikov, Irina Derevko, Dmitri Bukharin, Kgbeast, Tatiana Romanova, Katya Derevko, Renard

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Chapters: Karla, General Grubozaboyschikov, Irina Derevko, Dmitri Bukharin, Kgbeast, Tatiana Romanova, Katya Derevko, Renard, General Gogol, Anya Amasova, Stalnoivolk, General Georgi Koskov, Kara Milovy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 59. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more t Chapters: Karla, General Grubozaboyschikov, Irina Derevko, Dmitri Bukharin, Kgbeast, Tatiana Romanova, Katya Derevko, Renard, General Gogol, Anya Amasova, Stalnoivolk, General Georgi Koskov, Kara Milovy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 59. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Karla is a fictional Soviet intelligence officer in several novels by John le Carre. He most often appears as a distant antagonist of George Smiley. His real name is never revealed; instead he takes his codename, a woman's, from that of the first network he recruited. His most prominent appearances are in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, The Honourable Schoolboy, and Smiley's People, three novels which were later published as a single omnibus edition entitled The Quest for Karla. In the BBC's television adaptations of both Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Smiley's People, Karla is played by the British actor Patrick Stewart. Much of Karla's history is unconfirmed rumor, as confessed by Smiley to his protege Peter Guillam during a dinner when he sketches what little is known of Karla. Among the rumors are: that his father was a professional intelligence officer first for the Czarist Okhrana and later for the Bolshevist Cheka (a considerable endorsement of his skills, if he was allowed to serve two such radically different regimes); that as a boy Karla worked as a kitchen boy on a train in occupied Siberia during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 (putting his birth somewhere in the late 19th century); and that he was trained in espionage by "Berg" (a possible reference to an alias used by Alexander Mikhailovich Orlov), which Smiley compares to "being taught music by... a great composer." This much is rumor, but the first definite proof of Karla's activities came during the Spanish Civil War, when he entered Franco...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=1774584


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Chapters: Karla, General Grubozaboyschikov, Irina Derevko, Dmitri Bukharin, Kgbeast, Tatiana Romanova, Katya Derevko, Renard, General Gogol, Anya Amasova, Stalnoivolk, General Georgi Koskov, Kara Milovy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 59. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more t Chapters: Karla, General Grubozaboyschikov, Irina Derevko, Dmitri Bukharin, Kgbeast, Tatiana Romanova, Katya Derevko, Renard, General Gogol, Anya Amasova, Stalnoivolk, General Georgi Koskov, Kara Milovy. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 59. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Karla is a fictional Soviet intelligence officer in several novels by John le Carre. He most often appears as a distant antagonist of George Smiley. His real name is never revealed; instead he takes his codename, a woman's, from that of the first network he recruited. His most prominent appearances are in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, The Honourable Schoolboy, and Smiley's People, three novels which were later published as a single omnibus edition entitled The Quest for Karla. In the BBC's television adaptations of both Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Smiley's People, Karla is played by the British actor Patrick Stewart. Much of Karla's history is unconfirmed rumor, as confessed by Smiley to his protege Peter Guillam during a dinner when he sketches what little is known of Karla. Among the rumors are: that his father was a professional intelligence officer first for the Czarist Okhrana and later for the Bolshevist Cheka (a considerable endorsement of his skills, if he was allowed to serve two such radically different regimes); that as a boy Karla worked as a kitchen boy on a train in occupied Siberia during the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905 (putting his birth somewhere in the late 19th century); and that he was trained in espionage by "Berg" (a possible reference to an alias used by Alexander Mikhailovich Orlov), which Smiley compares to "being taught music by... a great composer." This much is rumor, but the first definite proof of Karla's activities came during the Spanish Civil War, when he entered Franco...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=1774584

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