The Bourne Supremacy - Chapters 4-5 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 4-5 Summary

During a football rally, Webb/Bourne imagines himself under attack and later tells Marie he fears a poison dart - the way he would kill a target. Bourne, would do that, not he, Marie reminds him. Webb/Bourne has been thinking about McAllister, whose dead-fish eyes reveal nothing. Marie encourages her husband to call McAllister immediately, but he is due in class. He mopes about an exchange student from Burma knowing more than he about Siam's Rama II. Marie observes that Webb/Bourne's use of Thailand's former name, Burma, means he is remembering his lost family, which she finds healthy.

While verifying the "smart-ass" student's challenge about Rama II, Webb/Bourne tries to call Marie but gets a busy signal. A guard knocks, saying goodbye, because all six CIA officers have been recalled, now that "everything's clean." Outraged, Webb/Bourne fails...

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