The Bourne Supremacy - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

While grading papers in his office, Webb sees the familiar face of a brother he rescued in Tam Quan and later executes. To deal with the severe headache this brings on, Webb (per his psychiatrist's advice) goes jogging rather than burden his wife Marie. Morris ("Mo") Panov, the psychiatrist, is the only person besides Marie who can reach Webb. Remorseful about nearly causing Webb's death by answering government agents' hypothetical questions, Panov has forced his way into Webb's case and, with Marie, tries to help him believe he is not an assassin.

Coming in from the run, Webb finds a note that Marie has phoned urgently asking him to come home. She avoids such terms, so he calls, trembling, and races home. There, goaded by his wife to "loosen up" and stop prejudging, he listens to a visitor, McAllister. The undersecretary is sympathetic...

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