Goldfinger - Up at the Grange Summary & Analysis

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Up at the Grange Summary

Back in his hotel room, Bond ruminates in the bath over the events of the day. He guesses that Goldfinger is the kind of person who likes to manipulate people, and reflects that this time it was Goldfinger who was manipulated when Bond managed to lure him into a high stakes game. However, Bond asks himself if Goldfinger really was unaware that he was being played. Bond hopes that he has appeared as an "interesting challenge" to Goldfinger in order to draw him closer, but is afraid he might simply have looked like a threat. Wrapped in a towel after his bath, Bond hears a knock at the door. It is a hotel porter telling him that Goldfinger has invited him to dinner that evening. Bond accepts the invitation.

That evening, Bond drives slowly to Reculver, where...

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