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Goldfinger Chapter Summary & Analysis - Living it Up Summary

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Living it Up Summary

Bond reluctantly returns the greeting to the American, who introduces himself as Junius Du Pont. Du Pont tells Bond that they have met before, in France, playing baccarat. Bond gradually recognizes the man and smiles at the memory of the baccarat game, in which he beat a French man named Le Chiffre. Pleased that Bond remembers him, Du Pont buys them each a drink. He was scheduled on the same flight as Bond, he explains.

Du Pont is cheerful and seems to consider himself lucky to have met up with Bond. He gingerly approaches the subject of Bond's profession, saying that he had heard after their last meeting that Bond was a kind of investigator or intelligence officer. Bond senses that Du Pont knows more than he is letting on, and gives a vague answer that he had done some of that kind...

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