The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Fiedler explains the situation to Leamas. On the day of his arrest, Fiedler had applied to the Praesidium for a warrant to arrest Mundt based on the evidence provided by Leamas and other sources. There is to be a Tribunal to investigate Mundt and Fiedler and Leamas will be called as witnesses. Fiedler expresses his dislike of Mundt, who beat him during his interrogation because he is a Jew. Leamas is encouraged by Fiedler's attitude and hopes that they will work together to bring down Mundt.

Chapter 18 Analysis

Fiedler's stories about his interrogation by Mundt reaffirm Leamas' trust in Fiedler. Fiedler's idealist understanding of his role in the Communist Party makes him particularly vulnerable. Leamas believes in Fiedler and feels that they will work together to bring down their mutual enemy, Mundt. The relationship between the two of them is very important in...

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