The Bourne Identity - Book 2 Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 10 Summary

Bourne and St. Jacques slowly fall for each other. While Bourne rests, they spent a lot of time together talking. He learns about her life. She grew up on a farm in Alberta, Canada in a French Canadian family. She escaped to Montreal for college and never looked back. She excelled in school and won a place at Oxford College to earn a doctorate in economics. As a condition of her scholarship, she agreed to work for the Canadian government for three years. She enjoyed it and so stayed on after her commitment ended. She has never married and has no children. She has an on-again-off-again relationship with a man named Peter. She previously had plans to meet Peter but has been putting it off since meeting Bourne. Peter also works for the Canadian government and has contacts in high places around the world. Bourne...

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