A Legacy of Spies - Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

le Carré, John
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In Chapter 9, Peter is relieved there is nothing in the file about his pass off of Tulip at Le Bourget airport. When she asked about Gustav, Peter had told her that the child would be sent to her as soon as possible. He remembers telling her that he loved her and then quickly hoping no one had heard him. Peter traveled by train to Lorient. The trip was interrupted when a man committed suicide. He thought about how he craved Tulip (whom he has begun referring to as Doris) like he has craved no other woman before. Once he arrived in England he planned to quit to service, marry her and fight to get Gustav in England. He wondered for a moment if he was just another man to Tulip and perhaps if she had even had sex with Alec the same way...

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