The Lady in the Lake - Study Guide Chapters Thirty - Thirty-two Summary & Analysis

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Marlowe arrives at the Peacock Lounge just shortly after 1:15 a.m. As he reads a paper, a girl with brown hair passes him and leaves the bar. A few minutes later a Mexican boy enters the bar and beckons for Marlowe to follow him. The girl is waiting outside the bar. She asks Marlowe to give her the money. Marlowe refuses to do so without talking to the girl first. She insists that Marlowe come to her apartment before she will talk.

In chapter thirty-one, Marlowe arrives at the girl's apartment. Marlowe first tells the girl that her husband gave him a different impression of what she would be like. Marlowe asks her what she has been doing since she parted ways with Lavery. She tells him she has moved around and tried to be quiet and straighten out herself and...

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