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

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Part 2, Chapter 2 Summary

After ten days he still has no word from London on his agents. He has to make his annual trip to visit retailers around Cuba. He sends a message to Hawthorne saying he is going on a fact finding mission and will need fifty dollars a day in expenses. When he is on the road he writes a postcard to Dr. Hasselbacher. The postcard is a picture of his hotel and he marks an X in the window of his room. Later that night he heads out to meet his retailer. As he is leaving the meeting it is dark outside and Wormold is spotted by two policemen. They stop him and ask what he is doing out so late. Wormold says it is only ten o'clock and asks if there is a curfew in place. To Wormold's great surprise, one...

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