The Man with the Golden Gun - Chapters 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10 and 11 Summary

This chapter begins with a brief narration of the conversation between Bond, Leiter, and Nicholson about their plans for the rest of the evening—to observe and document the action when the body of the dead investor is fed to the crocodiles in order to secure evidence to try and convict Scaramanga and, hopefully, Hendriks. Shortly afterwards, Bond attends the dinner Scaramanga is hosting for his investors, finds it boring, and attempts to leave. Scaramanga tells him, however, that it's his responsibility to make the evening a success. Bond, against his better judgment, accepts his challenge. First, he expertly shoots the pineapple-shaped headdress off a bored singer, and then tells the leader of the calypso band to spice things up. As the band starts playing raunchy music, including the song "Belly-Lick", a group of dancing girls performs an increasingly erotic series of dances, which...

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