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The Bourne Identity Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 1 Chapter 6 Summary

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Book 1 Chapter 6 Summary

In the car, Bourne thinks of Dr. Washburn's advice. He has told him to let his mind go free while in a stressful situation. St. Jacques is driving and needs to know where to go. Bourne doesn't know where he is going. He knows he cannot go to an airport or train station, as they will likely be watched by whoever it is trying to kill him. He suddenly feels that he needs to go to Paris. He also has a vision of a restaurant, not the name but a logo. He tries to recall the name or the location but cannot. Suddenly Bourne tells the woman, much to her surprise, to turn around and head back to the hotel. He says they need a new car.

At the hotel, they go to the parking lot and wait for someone to drive in and park...

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