Our Man in Havana - Part 5, Epilogue in London Summary & Analysis

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Part 5, Epilogue in London Summary

In London, Wormold is in the Secret Service building. He is waiting outside the Chief's office watching a Colonel and other military officers go in and out. Then he sees Hawthorne, and he goes up to him. He asks if Beatrice arrived safely and he learns she did. Wormold asks what is going on here and Hawthorne tells him it is a court marshal. Before saying anything else, he walks away and into the Chief's office. Wormold continues to wait for what seems like a very long time. He wonders if there is anything they can really do to him besides firing him, and he has no intention of giving them back their money. Then the light above the door finally goes green indicating that he can go in, and, to his surprise, Beatrice is standing in...

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