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  1. Chandler has already perfectly described his famous creation in his wonderful essay. Marlowe is indeed the best man in his world. Bogart naturally establishes the character of Marlowe as neither mean nor tarnished nor afraid. Like Spade he conducts himself as a professional. He presents his credentials: he tells Gen. Sternwood that he is a college graduate and that is thirty-eight years old. He relieves himself of his coat only at the behest and the permission the general. He is properly courteous upon meeting one of the general's daughter. Marlowe speaks by invitation only. In daily dose seq
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