Our Man in Havana - Part 5, Chapter 1 - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Chapter 1 - Chapter 2 Summary

Wormold and Captain Segura are playing checkers in a bar and discussing Wormold's earlier trip around Cuba. Wormold is telling him it was just his normal business trip and Segura says it really does look like that. Wormold asks him if he really believes he could be a spy. Segura says he is beginning to think Hasselbacher's friends have made a mistake, but he will not say who those friends are. Segura says he knows Engineer Cifuentes well and he knows he could never have been a spy for the British. Wormold asks Segura if he tortured Cifuentes but Segura says the engineer does not belong to the torturable class. Wormold has never thought of people in this way before. Segura says only poor people can be tortured, that they expect to be.

Wormold leaves the bar...

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