Our Man in Havana - Part 4, Chapter 2 - Interlude in London Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 2 - Interlude in London Summary

Wormold goes to Hasselbacher's apartment, but he does not knock on the door, he sneaks around and peers through the window. He sees Hasselbacher in his bedroom dressed in an old German Army uniform. His eyes are closed and he looks to be asleep. Wormold taps on the window and Hasselbacher looks up. He is surprised to see Wormold and he lets him in through the window. Wormold asks him who Raul was. Hasselbacher says Wormold already knows who Raul is but Wormold denies it. Wormold then asks him if he is a fan of Shakespeare, specifically the edition he has used to encode his messages to London. Hasselbacher says Milly lent it to him. He then tells Wormold he was an army officer as a young man, he says it was a...

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