Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Smiley does not feel nostalgic when he visits Oxford; it has been too long. Smiley goes inside a building where he finds Miss Connie Sachs, who had been a researcher at the Circus. She greets him warmly. He questions Miss Sachs about some people and events, particularly Polyakov. Connie begins with a fifth-rate defector named Stanley in 1963. His interrogators were interested in a specialty camp that Stanley had attended. There were some fenced in huts at the camp that were a training facility for Karla. The information gained from Stanley was forgotten about until Major Mikhail Fedorovich Komarov was caught spying in Tokyo, who was eventually shot. The Japanese defense official involved was said to be a mole. Brandt was one of the names used by Karla in the 1930s. She traced other agents who were considered to be trained by Karla and...

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