Live and Let Die - Chapter 3 - A Visiting-Card Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 - A Visiting-Card Summary

Chapter three moves the time line back to the end of chapter one. Bond is in his hotel room in New York, reflecting on the details he has learned about Mr. Big. The man is forty-five years old, born in Haiti but half French and half Haitian. His real name is Buonaparte Ingace Gallia. His initials combined with his large stature are the origin of his nickname, Mr. Big. As a child he practiced voodoo. Upon moving to America he took work for a gang high-jacking trucks. He saved his money and eventually moved to Harlem and invested in a string of nightclubs and brothels. During Wolrd War II Mr. Big worked for the American Office of the Secret Services. After the war he disappeared and it is assumed he was being trained in Russia. He resurfaced...

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