The Secret Agent - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 Summary

The Assistant Commissioner returns to the Secretary of State to report on his current progress. On the way inside, the Assistant Commissioner shares with the private secretary that a big fish in London political circles will soon be taken down. The Assistant Commissioner tells the Secretary of State that Mr. Verloc has admitted that Mr. Vladimir of the Embassy is the one who masterminded the bombing in Greenwich Park. He also states that the Greenwich Observatory was the intended target. The Assistant Commissioner is confident that, with Mr. Verloc's testimony, they will be able to get Mr. Vladimir. The testimony also clearly absolves Michaelis of any involvement. The Secretary of State is concerned that the Assistant Commissioner did not put Mr. Verloc in prison. The Assistant Commissioner says that it was unnecessary. Mr. Verloc has a wife, who will be unwilling to leave...

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