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On Her Majesty's Secret Service Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 16, Downhill Only Summary

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Chapter 16, Downhill Only Summary

Bond waits for his opportunity to escape, hoping that Campbell will hold out against the torture long enough. He is fairly certain that he's safe until bedtime. Bond uses urine as invisible ink to record the girls' full names and homes in his passport in case he is killed and hides the gloves in his toilet.

At dinner, Bond eats and drinks heartily, fortifying himself for his ordeal. After dinner, he pretends to work. Finally, it is bedtime. He pretends to go to sleep, and then he gets up, silently, in the dark. He prepares himself with his ski clothes, gloves, and goggles. He puts his watch around his knuckles to use as a punching weapon.

Bond creeps to the reception area and, catching the guard unaware, kills him with his bare hands. The phone rings, and Bond answers it, pretending to be...

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