The Spy Who Came in from the Cold - Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 25 Summary

Leamas explains the plot to Liz. Mundt, the British double agent, was about to be exposed by Fiedler. Leamas' mission was arranged to get Fiedler discredited and allow Mundt to conduct investigations into his own staff. Liz expresses her displeasure at this plot. She believes that Fiedler is the good one and that Mundt is not. She thinks it is wrong for the good to be punished and the bad to be protected. Leamas explains that this is how the spy game works. When they approach the border, they leave the car and go to the wall on foot. There is a small hole in the barbed wire for them to sneak through but they only have a short window before the border guards catch them.

Chapter 25 Analysis

Liz and Leamas have both gone through some disillusioning experiences. Liz has lost her faith...

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