The Spy's Wife - Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 Summary

Molly and Ivor are waiting virtually in silence while Mrs. Haddington has her operation until Ivor praises Sam. Molly steps out of the hospital, and says out loud "I can imagine no possible good", causing surprise to a man who is passing. She experiences a feeling of despair, which is also enlightening to her. Upon returning to the ward, she discovers her mother has come through the operation well.

She tells her parents that, now her mother is okay, she would like to visit Sam for a few days. She tells Ivor to that if anyone should ask of her whereabouts, he is to tell them that she has returned to London. As she leaves the house at four am the next morning, Ivor tells her to keep hold of Sam, reiterating his belief of Sam's good nature.

Arriving on the plane, Molly...

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