A Woman of No Importance - Scores to Settle Summary & Analysis

Sonia Purnell
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“Scores to Settle” This chapter begins with a description of the arrival of an elderly man and woman on the shores of France in the middle of the night, the woman successfully arriving on shore but the man hurting his knee, and loudly complaining about it in spite of being aware of the likelihood of German presence. The narration identifies the man as elderly British agent Peter Harratt, code named “Aramis”, and the woman as Virginia, heavily disguised as a French peasant. “Aramis” was to be her superior as the two agents laid the groundwork for guerilla Resistance action leading up to D-Day, but the author comments in narration that “from the get-go [Virginia] had greater ambitions now that she was finally back in France, and scores to settle” (199).

Virginia and “Aramis” first made their way to Paris, where Virginia found the...

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