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The Man with the Golden Gun - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Narration describes how Bond, following Scaramanga, arrives at The Thunderbird Hotel in the middle of the night, how his car is taken and parked for him, and how he's shown to his room where he unpacks, undresses, has a shower, has a stiff drink, thinks about Scaramanga, and tests his gun. Bond then falls asleep but is awakened by a nightmare in which he is the lone defender of a large fort against an attack by Scaramanga, an attack which culminates in the landing of an ever-expanding cannonball. The following morning Bond strolls out for a swim and notices two important things—Scaramanga exercising strenuously, and the fact that what exists of the half-constructed hotel is mostly fa├žade, apparently constructed to impress the investors. Bond swims more than usual, in order to bring his condition up to Scaramanga's, searches out his car and...

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