The Bourne Identity - Study Guide Book 2 Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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Bourne and St. Jacques take separate flight from Berlin to Paris. They make plans to meet later in the city. In Paris, Bourne goes to the Sorbonne (a university) library to do research. He needs to read newspapers from over the last six months. He finally finds the headline he is looking for. An American ambassador, H.R. Leland, was assassinated in Marseilles five months earlier. Leland is a former Admiral and known for influencing arm sales around the world in American interests. Bourne is sure that he is the one who killed Leland. He sees the entire operation in his head. He knows he was in Marseilles around that time. He has no doubt that he did it. He is disgusted with himself. His worst fears have come true. He decides not to meet St. Jacques, and has to distance himself from her.

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