The Bourne Supremacy - Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 6-7 Summary

"Control" is a simple word but incredibly demanding. Webb/Bourne sees in his mind a hateful face and puts a name to it: Alexander Conklin, former friend and the Foreign Service Officer (FSO). Conklin had placed Webb/Bourne in two black operations: Medusa (codename: Delta) and later Treadstone-71 (codename: "Cain"), where he sends him on the Jackal's trail. A landmine shatters Conklin's tactical career because he cannot cope with deskwork. Embittered when Webb/Bourne gets a plum assignment, Conklin supports the embezzlement charge against Webb and twice tries, in Paris and New York, to kill him. Learning that Webb is no traitor, Conklin tries to apologize but Webb rebuffs him, so Conklin turns to alcohol, dimming his ability to offer the incomparable insights and resources that Webb/Bourne now needs.

While Webb/Bourne makes a to-do list of things that will...

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