The Man in the High Castle - Study Guide Chapters 2-3 Summary & Analysis

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Mr. Tagomi, a high official with the Trade Mission of the Pacific, consults the oracle over his upcoming meeting with Mr. Baynes, a Swedish business man, who Tagomi is planning to meet to discuss injection molds. It is for this client that Tagomi wanted the poster from Childan. Tagomi wants to make a good impression on this client, even as he has concerns. Tagomi suspects Mr. Baynes is not Swedish, but German, and that his business has little to do with injection molds. At the same time, Childan is preparing to visit Mr. Tagomi with a selection of gifts that might be appropriate for Mr. Baynes. Childan is annoyed at having to close his shop to do this, but more nervous about his own behavior during the meeting, afraid of offending Tagomi's sensibilities. Childan's reputation is everything to him, and he cannot imagine offending someone...

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