Our Man in Havana - Part 1, Chapter 4 - Interlude in London Summary & Analysis

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Part 1, Chapter 4 - Interlude in London Summary

That night Wormold heads out to meet Hawthorne. Before he gets to the hotel, however, he passes the Wonder Bar and is called in by Dr. Hasselbacher. Wormold tells him he has an important appointment to get to but Hasselbacher insists they have a drink first. They go into the bar together and after two drinks, Wormold quickly realizes Hasselbacher is quite drunk. Hasselbacher tells Wormold that he is sure he knows the winning lottery numbers and insists they go out and find a ticket vendor immediately. Wormold protests,reminding his friend that he has an appointment. Hasselbacher will hear nothing of it and hustles Wormold out onto the street to hunt for his winning ticket.

As they walk through the streets littered with homeless people, a police car speeds by them. One...

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