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August 5, 2008


"What can we learn from the voices of famous writers? Sometimes they inadvertently tell us things that we suspected but never knew for sure. Hearing Raymond Chandler's mousy voice left me certain that he created the stalwart yet sensitive Marlowe as an act of wish fulfillment, allowing him to 'do' on paper what he would never have dared do in real life..."

Posted August 5, 2008 5:58 PM

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