Red Dragon - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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In St. Louis, in the cafeteria of the Gateway Film Laboratory, Francis Dolarhyde has a quiet conversation with a woman named, Eileen. Eileen is apologizing for remarks her boyfriend made at a party that embarrassed Dolarhyde. Apparently, Dolarhyde has a slight speech impediment, and Eileen's boyfriend made fun of it. After this conversation, Dolarhyde goes back to his office, where he is the head of the processing department.

When Dolarhyde goes home to his large, neglected home, he searches it before he allows himself to relax, because of a rash of robberies weeks before. Dolarhyde showers and stares at his reproduction of a William Blake watercolor, The Great Red Dragon and the Woman Clothed with the Sun. Soon, Dolarhyde is excited. He goes down to the parlor and watches a home movie. It is the same home movie Graham watched in the Leeds's home, but with splices...

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