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A quantum of solace

Ian Fleming’s creative liberties When he published a series of James Bond novellas in 1960, Ian Fleming took a few linguistic liberties with the title of ‘A Quantum of Solace’. The word quantum means ‘minimum’, and the overall phrase refers to how two people must provide each other a minimum of solace (comfort or consolation) during times of great stress to prevent the relationship from breaking down.

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