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Frank Miller's Sin City the Hard Goodbye Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

Marv is creeping through the woods at night. He's left the car at a diner two miles back from the farm, and he's making his way on foot. Marv hates the woods. Nature, he thinks, is not sweet or friendly or kind. He mentions spending a night, once, tied to a tree in the woods, and says that he's hated nature ever since camp. It's one of the few things that scares him. He hears the sound of the wildlife, hunting in the nighttime. Finally he approaches the farm, where a windmill is cracking as it spins. The coldness comes back to Marv's stomach, and he knows that there's trouble. He feels that the farm is an evil place, where people have died.

A growling wolf approaches Marv. He tells the wolf that he doesn't want to hurt it. The wolf attacks him, and Marv punches it...

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