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The Spy (Mata Hari) - Pages 84 - 116 Summary & Analysis

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As the letter continues, Mata Hari described an intimate relationship she had with Adolphe Messimy. He complained to her that he hoped the Eiffel Tower would soon be dismantled because he believed it was an eyesore. Mata Hari pretended to show affection for Adolphe though she had lost hope of being truly loved. She realized that both she, and the men with whom she had affairs, used love as a form of power though they would never admit it. After having sex with him, Mata Hari went for a walk around town. She wrote that she learned during her trial there had been a man in the lobby tasked with following her when she left the hotel.

During her walk, she stopped for a cup of tea and a man with a German or Dutch accent sat down with her. He told her...

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