Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 32 Summary

Jim was moved around a lot and planned the story he would tell. He knew the Czechs knew more about Stevcek than he did and he didn't know if the man was a plant or if he had been set up. His story would not mention anything about Control or the existence of a mole in the Circus. He also decided on a lot of useless information that they would already know. He wanted his interrogators to think that he was broken. The interrogators wanted information about Control and Jim's instructions, and they knew about the safe house and where it was located.

Jim finally ran out of stories and told a little man who sat with folded hands about the mole and that Stevcek might have known the identity. He also told him about the Tinker, Tailor code. Jim saw the man...

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