The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Mundt's representative, Karden, states his version of the events. He argues that the Tribunal is the culmination of a British mission to destroy Mundt. He accuses Leamas of being a double agent, setting up false evidence against Mundt. Leamas insists that he has had no contact with British intelligence since he left the agency. Karden calls a surprise witness to show that Leamas is lying. The witness is Liz.

Chapter 21 Analysis

Mundt's defense relies on the truth that Leamas is a double agent. Leamas is able to fend off these accusations with strong denials, though Mundt's representative is able to set up a strong accusation through a collection of evidence about Leamas' behavior after his supposed departure from British intelligence. Leamas feels confident that he will be able to make these accusations go away until Liz enters the room. Leamas knows that Liz...

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