A Son’s Respect for His Dead Father

Dare I Weep, Dare I Mourn? is a short story by one of the masters of espionage fiction, John le Carre. When I see the name, I know the writing will be excellent. The content will be great by itself, but it is the combination of content and the writer’s art that will make it superior. John le Carre is one of the “go to” writers when a reader wants to be sure of quality entertainment that provokes thought. This story appeared in the Saturday Evening Post on January 28, 1967. I acquired this digital copy from Amazon Singles Classics.

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