Our Man in Havana - Part 2, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 1 Summary

Wormold is coming home from the British Consulate where he collects a telegram from London. He uses his Shakespeare book to decode it. The message says it has been a month says his country club membership has been approved and they have still not received any reports and there have still not been any sub-agents recruited. Wormold realizes for the first time that he has taken their money but given nothing back in return, so he decided he must do something. He calls in his assistant Lopez and tells him he will pay him a little extra money. He tells Lopez just to keep his eyes and ears open and report on anything unusual going on around town. Wormold realizes he has no idea what he is even supposed to be doing. Lopez is his first recruited subagent.

Later Wormold is...

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