Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Smiley is angry at Martindale's prying. He decides to sell his house in London and buy a cottage in the countryside and will not allow his wife to return, even she wants to come back. Smiley has mental exercises to keep his mind alert in retirement—he memorizes details about the cars parked on his block. He does this also out of paranoia, not knowing what enemy may come after him. He has his house rigged in different ways to tell if someone has been there; however when he steps inside his home, there is an umbrella that is not his and he recognizes it as the modus operandi of Peter Guilliam. Guilliam is there to take Smiley to Oliver Lacon's home, the senior adviser in the cabinet office.

At Thurgood's, Bill Roach is thinking of recent events. Jim Prideaux had stolen...

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