Farewell, My Lovely - Chapters 33-36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 33-36 Summary

In Chapter 33, Marlowe and Sergeant Galbraith are riding in the car discussing what happened between them at Amthor's home. Marlowe wants to know why Galbraith and Mr. Blane put him into Sonderborg's hospital. The sergeant tells Marlowe that he and Blane took him to Sonderborg because they believed the doctor was an honest man. Amthor knows nothing about the hospital. The two men continue to talk about Sonderborg and what his racket might be. As it happens, Sonderborg is in the business of hiding criminals who are wanted by the police. Marlowe tells Galbraith about Moose Malloy and Jessie Florian. Once they arrive at Sonderborg's place, Marlowe begins asking Galbraith about Laird Brunette, a powerful citizen who is not shy about spreading his wealth around if it will get him what he wants. There's no noticeable activity at Sonderborg's. Galbraith takes Marlowe back to City...

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