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Smuggling in fiction

This list of smuggling in fiction includes works of fiction (in both prose and poetry) where Bizet's opera, Carmen)[1] to the James Bond novel (and later film) Diamonds are Forever.


  • List of works 1
    • Movies 1.1
    • Novels 1.2
    • Poetry 1.3
    • Plays and operas 1.4
  • References 2

List of works




Plays and operas


  1. ^ a b Perriam, Christopher and Davies, Ann, Carmen: from silent film to MTV, Rodopi, 2005, pp. 55–56 and passim. ISBN 90-420-1964-6
  2. ^ Kuhne, Dave, African settings in contemporary American novels, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999, p. 115. ISBN 0-313-31040-8
  3. ^ Crockett, Samuel Rutherford, The Raiders, T. Fisher Unwin, 1894
  4. ^ James, George Payne Rainsford, The Smuggler: A tale Harper & Bros., 1868 (full text)
  5. ^ Horner, Avril and Zlosnik, Sue, Daphne du Maurier: Writing, identity and the gothic imagination, Palgrave Macmillan, 1998, pp. 71–72 and passim. ISBN 0-312-21146-5
  6. ^ Scottish Book Trust, The Lothian Run
  7. ^ McGavran, James Holt Jr, "The Old Manor House"Smuggling, Poaching, and the Revulsion against Kinship in Charlotte Smith's , Women's Writing, Volume 16, Issue 1 May 2009, pp. 20–38
  8. ^ The Blade, Toledo, "Author's Twelve Books Educated Children", 1 August 2003, p. B4
  9. ^ Kipling, Rudyard, Puck of Pook's Hill, Echo Library, 2007, p. 102. ISBN 1-4068-1915-8
  10. ^ Miles, Alfred Henry, The poets and the poetry of the century, Volume 2, Hutchinson & Co., 1897, p. 263
  11. ^ Zanger, Anat, Film remakes as ritual and disguise: from Carmen to Ripley, Amsterdam University Press, 2006, p. 65. ISBN 90-5356-784-4
  12. ^ Curtis, Nick, "Clunking Mules", Evening Standard, 11 March 2008
  13. ^ Earl of Harewood, (ed.), The New Kobbé's Complete Opera Book, New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1976, p. 736. ISBN 0-370-10020-4
  14. ^ Ben Joned, Saleh, "Barbarians among Barbarians", New Straits Times, 7 October 1992, p. 35
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