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Point of View of Vivian Rutledge in the Big Sleep Its Effect on the Story

Summary: In the Big Sleep, a crime fiction novel by American author Raymond Chandler, the first person point of view is changed to that of character Vivian Rutledge. Examines the effect that view has on the story.
Oh no, Carmen murdered Sean Regan because he didn't reciprocate her love for him. So to protect the crazy ditz that has happened to be my sister from jail and the shame my father would have protruded onto her, I hired Eddie Mars to bury the incriminating evidence against her sister. Who would've known that I was a ditz as well as Mars kept blackmailing me about not telling anyone about this. Thus, flowing Mars' example, a lot of people like Joe Brody and Arthur Geiger blackmailed my father, thus my father called for a detective to get rid of these annoyances, too bad for that detective that these annoyances would magnify themselves into something so large not even the police department could handle on their own.

It was just a normal day when a...

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