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Red Dragon Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

Dolarhyde borrows a copy of the Tattler from his co-worker, Eileen, and finds an article inside about the murders and a sidebar about Graham's visit to Lecter. Dolarhyde is most interested in the sidebar, taking it home and pasting it into a huge ledger he bought at a bankruptcy sale several years ago, a ledger that he uses to keep track of all articles related to his becoming activities, his becoming the Great Red Dragon. It also contains snippets of his own writings. Pieces of scalp adorn the margins.

After pasting the article's sidebar into the ledger, Dolarhyde sits at his desk and writes a note on a piece of quick-dissolving toilet paper he bought on his way home. The note is for Lecter, a man Dolarhyde feels a deep connection with, and whose crimes he has followed closely in the papers. Dolarhyde proclaims his admiration for...

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