The Spy's Wife - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

A flashback of Molly's past now begins in the chapter, starting at age twenty when she was growing up in Doncaster, South Yorkshire with her parents. She had worked as a typist and been engaged to a man she had known from high school. She shared an interest in sports with her fiancé, Trevor; however, she acknowledged that he looked "gawky" once off the sports field.

Molly's mother, Mrs. Haddington, was actively supportive of her relationship with Trevor, due to his ambition and good grades. Trevor offered Mrs. Haddington a flat in Brussels and talked of future opportunities. Molly also used these plans to patronize the other typists who had little on the horizon. However, as the wedding drew closer, Molly began to have doubts. Trevor was critical of her admirers rather than jealous, which did not soothe Molly's young ego.

One Saturday...

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