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The Spy (Mata Hari) - Pages 54 - 83 Summary & Analysis

Coelho, Paulo
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Mata Hari writes of her hope that she will not be killed and will be able to be reunited with her daughter. She was excited by the idea of telling her daughter about the dances she had performed. She also wanted to tell her daughter that she did not know the woman Margaretha MacLeod, that she was Mata Hari all of her life.

It was Monsieur Guimet who allowed her to perform for the first time at his private museum. He even imported expensive clothes from Asia for the performance for which she paid with a half an hour of sex which she did not enjoy. For the dance she was dressed in a costume made of a variety of veils. As she danced, she removed the veils until she was nude. She went to a Shiva statue where she faked an orgasm...

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