Harlot's Ghost - Omega-I - Omega VII Summary & Analysis

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Omega-I - Omega VII Summary

Harlot's Ghost is the story of Harry Hubbard's adventures in the CIA. In many ways, it parallels his coming of age with the coming of age of the United States in the 1960s, as Harry deals with his family, particularly his father and godfather, his career, and Kittredge, the woman whom he is in love in.

In 1983, Harry Hubbard is driving through Maine at night on the way back home to his wife, Kittredge, at their estate, called the Keep. In Omega I, Harry gives background on the house, which has been in their family for a long time. He mentions two ghosts, Snowman Dyer and Augustus Farr, who are said to haunt the island. The novel then jumps ahead to 1984, when Harry is flying from New York to Moscow. He writes that he has two autobiographies, one of which is...

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