Red Dragon - Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 33 Summary

Dolarhyde thinks about all he has seen and read about the investigation since Lounds's death. Dolarhyde is happy they are calling him the Dragon now; however, he still believes that Graham must die. Dolarhyde wants to make Graham dread his own death. Dolarhyde has arranged to give some of the infrared film to the zoo, in case his company checks up on his request. Dolarhyde sees a report on the news with the same zoo official he talked to about fixing a tooth on a tiger. Dolarhyde thinks of Reba. Dolarhyde is thinking of Reba a lot, and he wants to share his secrets with her. However, he knows now is not the time.

Chapter 33 Analysis

Dolarhyde is becoming more and more obsessed with Reba, even as his own obsession with his becoming continues to keep a tight hold on him. This touches on the theme of...

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