The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

Fiedler asks Leamas about his political philosophy and he confesses that he does not really have one. Fiedler continues asking questions about the Rolling Stone, trying to discover the identity of the special agent. Fiedler suggests that Leamas use the fake signature he used on the bank documents in order to learn more about the activities of the special agent. Leamas settles into his role as double agent. He wonders if Fiedler might be the special agent that Control is trying to protect.

Chapter 13 Analysis

Fiedler's character is presented in a very positive manner despite the fact that he is an East German agent. His philosophical principles and sense of duty and honesty are very appealing to Leamas. Leamas is sympathetic to Fiedler and imagines that he is the secret agent. This assumption on Leamas' part is based more on Leamas' personal belief...

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