The Long Goodbye - Chapters 46 through 52 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 46 through 52 Summary

Bernie Ohls drops by Marlowe's apartment and berates Marlowe for not giving him information in time for him to have stopped Eileen's death or Roger's murder. He then says there are people mad at Marlowe and that he should consider leaving town. Marlowe says his only concern was to clear Terry's name, that he'd wanted Eileen to take a long look at herself and that what she did about it was her own business.

District Attorney Springer makes a statement saying that if the document printed by the Journal is authentic, and if Eileen Wade did write it, she was obviously distressed by her husband's recent suicide and didn't know what she was doing or saying. He says nothing can be gained by "stirring the ashes of the dead." The Journal responded with an editorial saying Springer knows the document is...

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