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Faber's Character in Eye of the Needle

Summary: A character analysis of the German spy Faber in Ken Follett's novel Eye of the Needle. In the book, Faber is an intelligent cheat, a master of disguise, and a cold-blooded killer. However, he also feels desperately lonely, as in his line of work, he can trust no one.
Faber's Character

"Eye of the Needle" Essay

In the book "Eye of the Needle", Faber is a very intelligent man and is one of the best spies in the world-------he is a cheater, disguiser and a cold-blooded killer; but indeed, he actually feels desperate lonely.

Faber is intelligent and cold-blooded. He is obviously very smart and thoughtful. He won't let go of any small details from and "signs", or "people's chat." He could "(monitors) the movement of troops around British railway network"------ for example, "a batch of forms he (has) rubber-stamped" can tell him that "it (will) have a complement of about 100,000 men, and that (is) for Finland."------- He really is a very good analyzing skill. He always very carefully plans before action takes place. He always "(keeps) at least two identities." After he killed Mrs. Garden, he "(sits) down to...

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