On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Chapter 8, Fancy Cover and Chapter 9, Irma La not So Douce Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Fancy Cover and Chapter 9, Irma La not So Douce Summary

Bond explains his plan to his superior, M. Bond will use the identity of a friend of Sable Basilisk's named Sir Hilary Bray. Sir Hilary is similar in age and appearance to Bond, and he lives out in the woods as a naturalist. Sir Hilary's family tree is intended to impress Blofeld. Bond will lead Blofeld on about documenting his aristocratic title, and hopefully, Bond will be able to convince Blofeld to leave Switzerland. Then, the Secret Service can capture him. M reluctantly approves the plan.

Bond spends his time learning about coats of arms and genealogy, and Basilisk successfully arranges a meeting. Blofeld seems taken with the idea of being a count. Bond prepares to leave on December 22, and they decide that he should travel "clean", without any...

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