Charlie Wilson's War - Chapters 6-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6-8 Summary and Analysis

After telling off the European chief, Avrakotos not only alienates the director but his former friend Clair George. In his interview with the author, Avrakotos states pride in his decision, even if it shows no logic. His Greek heritage, Avrakotos says, makes him feel invincible and chosen. He revisits Aliquippa and asks a sort of Greek witch there to put a curse on director Graver. This gives Avrakotos the confidence to return to CIA headquarters. There, he lies low and, due to the inherent secrecy of the agency, draws pay, unnoticed, for four weeks. After this, he gains a low-level appointment in the Latin America division. He receives tips on how to remain out of the sight of his enemies by befriending low level clerks, especially the African Americans that most of the agents ignore. Avrakotos remains in hiding...

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