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James Bond's ethnicity might change – but his accent probably won't

By Alexander Baratta, Lecturer in English Language, University of Manchester
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The cinematic character of James Bond has changed with the times since the first Bond film Dr No was released back in 1962. We have seen Bond as a chauvinistic womaniser, a fun-loving bon vivant, and, more recently, a sometimes brutal yet three-dimensional character, capable…The Conversation

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