You Only Live Twice - Obit Summary & Analysis

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Obit Summary

Bond is eulogized in The Times. His boss M has a obituary published that chronicles his life from beginning to end. It covers his disappearance and that he is believed to be missing or dead after a mission to Japan. The article chronicled his history. His father, Andrew Bond, from Glencoe, was Scottish, while his mother, Monique Delacroix, was Swiss from Canton de Vand. His father was a representative of the Vickers armaments firm, and Bond took after him in his knowledge of French and German languages, studying abroad.

His parents were killed when he was eleven-years-old, and he went to stay with an aunt near Canterbury. He completed his education a year later and was admitted to Eton. After two semesters, he transferred to Fetters, where his father attended, due to trouble with a student's maid. He graduated at nineteen from Fetters...

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