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Chatter and gossip, a lot of it, yet somehow more alarming because of that. The willingness of seemingly ordinary people to bring any scrap of information if they thought it would help the enemy's cause.
-- Juliet (Here's Dolly)

Importance: Juliet is surprised that the fifth columnists seem like ordinary people, yet they are actually enemies of the state because of their Nazi sympathies. Juliet is largely defined by her loyalty to her country in this terrible time, as is everyone around her, so she is confused by their total disregard of patriotism. She comes to understand them more through her exposure to Mrs. Scaife's frank antisemitic ideology, but she continues to find them abhorrent.

He was immensely grown up (thirty-eight) and necessarily more sophisticated than the untried airmen and soldiers who were her usual beaux. Juliet was waiting to be seduced by him. By anyone really, but preferably him. It was turning into a...
-- Juliet (Here's Dolly)

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