Frank Miller's Sin City the Hard Goodbye - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Marv notes that he was always good at solving jigsaw puzzle, putting the pieces together. In school, he had a friend, Chuck, who was mentally handicapped and loved to watch Marv put together a jigsaw puzzle. Now Marv has a new kind of puzzle to solve. He thinks that if he can attract the people who are after him, he'll find some more pieces. Marv walks down an alley to a blank door in a brick wall. He hears noises from behind the door, and a bouncer kicks out an unconscious man. The bouncer sees Marv's military-looking coat and face and tells him to leave, but Marv grabs his face and pushes in his eyes.

Marv walks into the club and tells the waitress to let Kadie, the transsexual owner, know it's him. Drinking, and everything else worthwhile, according to Marv, is illegal in Sin City, and the cops and...

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