Thunderball - Chapter 4, Tea and Animosity Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Tea and Animosity Summary

Bond awakes with the memory of pain already dim. He overhears Patricia Fearing explaining how she found him at the machine with the dial turned all the way up and did everything she could for him. Mr. Wain speculates Bond must have turned it up himself, possibly by accident. Bond passes out again.

When Bond wakes again, he is being gently massaged with fur gloves by Patricia. She gives him some brandy. Bond pretends he turned the dial by accident, and he promises to keep the affair secret.

After two days, Bond is back to normal. At least, he is back on his treatment, but he can feel it changing his body. He feels intensely healthy, but has he lost what makes him James Bond? Still, Bond is obsessed by three familiar desires: the desire for a...

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