Transcription - Looking At Otters - War Work Summary & Analysis

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The next chapter, “Looking At Otters” (65), opens with a transcription in which Dolly mentioned Juliet and Godfrey's interaction. Godfrey brushed this comment off, claiming Juliet was just “one of the neighbors” (65). Perry asked Juliet to accompany him on an “expedition” (66), which she assumed was his way of asking for a date. He took her to Humbledon Valley to observe some otters playing in a river. As he droned on about wildlife, Juliet became ever more disappointed. However, strangely, he asked her if she was “intact” (72) (a virgin), and at the end of the day, posed the question, “We understand each other, don't we Miss Armstrong?” (74). She responded in the affirmative, despite having no idea what he was talking about.

Next, in “Have You Met a Spy?” (75), Perry gave Juliet a new assignment. She was to take on a new...

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