Our Man in Havana - Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 3 Summary

Wormold is daydreaming he will somehow come into a great deal of money. He is constantly worried he will not have enough money to support Milly in the manner she has become accustomed. He is at the bank trying to withdraw the money necessary to purchase Milly's horse. When he finally gets the money, he discovers his account has an overdraft. As he leaves the bank, this puts him in a rather foul mood and he does not want to meet Dr. Hasselbacher for their normal drink at the Wonder Bar, so he goes to a different bar and orders a drink. The bar is mostly empty except for a few customers. Finally, one of the other patrons looks over at Wormold and recognizes him. It is the odd man Wormold met in his store. The man begins chatting and tells...

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