Farewell, My Lovely - Study Guide Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 25, Marlowe comes back to his senses at least temporarily in some kind of sanitarium. There are bars on the windows and attendants wearing white coats talking about strait-jackets. No one will tell Marlowe where he is. He is locked in a room wearing institutional cotton flannel pajamas. Marlowe begins to hallucinate and then discovers that he has been thoroughly drugged. There are needle marks in his arm to prove it. Marlowe decides to sober himself up and begins the long process of coming out of a drug haze. By the end of the chapter, Marlowe is feeling more like himself and is determined to speak to someone. He has questions about how where he is and what happened at the Amthor's house.

Marlowe ambushes an attendant, steals a set of keys and manages to escape from his locked room in Chapter 26. Before going...

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