Transcription - Technical Hitch (177 - 224) Summary & Analysis

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In Part IV, the novel returns to the 1950 timeline. Juliet arrived at the BBC and got to work on a program about medieval times. One of the voice actors was passed out drunk, so Juliet asked Daisy to be her substitute. She locked the drunk woman in a control room. Unhappy with the program's script, Juliet rewrote it, then talked briefly to Lester Pelling about his desire to be a producer one day. Daisy gave Juliet a note, which she did not open right away. She was later given another note by a messenger boy, and this one read, “You will pay for what you did” (186). She asked the boy if the sender had a limp, and he responded that he did. Later, Juliet read in the newspaper that theoretical physicist and spy Klaus Fuchs had been found guilty of espionage.

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