Category Archives: Michael Frayn

Boys will be Boys: ‘Spies’, by Michael Frayn (2002)

‘Spies’ opens with the narrator moving back to his childhood to uncover/recover a momentous experience from his past.  This is symbolised by a privet hedge, the smell of which works like Proust’s madeline to conjure up the past.  The reason … Continue reading

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