The Quiet American - Study Guide Part 4 Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Fowler investigates the bombing by going to visit Monsieurs Chou and Heng. He wants to know whom Pyle is working for. Heng says Pyle is working on his own. Fowler says he wants to stop Pyle but Heng warns the police will never go after an American.

Heng suggests that Fowler invite Pyle to dinner that night at the Vieux Moulin, which is near the bridge at Dakow. This is a private place where Heng and his agents can "talk" with Pyle. If Pyle agrees to the dinner, then Fowler should signal to them by opening a book.

Fowler invites Pyle to meet him at his rooms. He is extremely nervous about the impending events. There is a knock on the door: it is Dominguez. Fowler thinks how gentle Dominguez would never take a life, not even an insect's. Pyle arrives and tells him he...

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