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The Little Sister Summary Ç 105 ↠ [PDF] ✪ The Little Sister ✩ Raymond Chandler – Raymond Chandler's fifth novel has Philip Marlowe going to Hollywood as he explores the underworld of the glitter capital trying to find a sweet young thing's missing brother Along the way he uncovers Raymond Chandler's fifth noHe underworld of the glitter capital trying to find a sweet young thing's missing brot. Written in the late '40s when RC was sick of Hollywood and depressed about his wife's health she was 17 years olderRC was fretful and feeling insolent than usual So he used Movieland as his setting The titular sister from the midwest lands in SoCal looking for her missing brother as we later learn they both want to blackmail their Almost Famous Sis who's in Pix From real life RC borrows a scandal involving mobster Bugsy Siegel who was allowed out of prison for a few days to visit his dentistsee it's LA where anything goes Forget reel lifeAs Capote said there are typists and there are writers RC was most gloriously A Writer California the most of everything and the best of nothing I smelled Los Angeles before I got to it It smelled stale and old like a living room that had been closed too long More wind blown hair and sunglasses and attitudes and pseudo refined voices and water front morals Our man Marlowe goes to the movies and sees The Sister in a featured role If she had been ten times better half her scenes would have been yanked out to protect the star RC claims this is what happened to featured Martha Vickers to protect Bacall in The Big Sleep Oh yes show biz If these people didn't live intense and disordered lives they wouldn't be able to catch emotions in flight and imprint them on a few feet of celluloidReviewing for The Tatler 1949 Elizabeth Bowen wrote that no consideration of modern American literature ought to exclude Raymond Chandler

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Her Along the way he uncovers a little blackmail a lot of drugs and than enough murder. The fifth full length novel featuring Raymond Chandler's Philip Marlowe opens with the private investigator bored nearly to death when a young woman named Orfamay uest from Manhattan Kansas comes into the office and asks Marlowe to find her older brother Orrin Orrin came out to California and has recently disappeared Naturally all the folks back home are very worried Orfamay appears to be a timid young woman who has led a very sheltered life and who is like a fish out of water in California Naturally though behind that shy and mousy exterior there lurks a potentially very sexy and beautiful young woman She seems desperate and down on her luck especially what with with poor Ma and Pa back home in Kansas wondering what has become of their son so Marlowe takes the case for a fee of twenty bucks and starts with Orrin's last known address a seedy hotel in Bay City a fictional suburb The brother has left the hotel but before Marlowe can get out of the dump someone will be stabbed with an ice pick and Marlowe will already be in deep troubleAs is usually the case in these novels the bodies will continue to pile up There's murder blackmail drugs sex and a plot that will become convoluted almost to the point of being indecipherable But who cares As always one reads a Raymond Chandler novel not for the plot but for the characters and the great dialogue and narrative descriptions as for example when we first meet Orfamay She didn't have to open her mouth for me to know who she was And nobody ever looked less like Lady Macbeth She was a small neat rather prissy looking girl with primly smooth brown hair and rimless glasses She was wearing a brown tailor made and from a strap over her shoulder hung one of those awkward looking suare bags that made you think of a Sister of Mercy taking first aid to the wounded On the smooth brown hair was a had that had been taken from its mother too young She had no make up no lipstick and no jewelry The rimless glasses gave her that librarian's lookLike all Raymond Chandler novels this one is a great read and it's hard to imagine a fan of classic hard boiled crime novels that wouldn't love it

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The Little SisterRaymond Chandler's fifth novel has Philip Marlowe going to Hollywood as he explores t. The Little Sister Philip Marlowe #5 Raymond ChandlerThe Little Sister is a 1949 novel by Raymond Chandler his fifth featuring the private investigator Philip Marlowe The story is set in Los Angeles in the late 1940's The novel centers on the younger sister of a Hollywood starlet and has several scenes involving the film industry It was partly inspired by Chandler's experience working as a screenwriter in Hollywood and his low opinion of the industry and most of the people in it The book was first published in the UK in June 1949; it was released in the United States three months laterتاریخ نخستین خوانش روز پنجم ماه آوریل سال 1998 میلادیعنوان خواهر کوچیکه؛ نویسنده ریموند چندلر، برگردان اسماعیل فصیح؛ مشخصات نشر تهران، سیمرغ، چاپ نخست 1376، در 274ص، شابک 9646584004 ؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی ماجراهای فلیپ مارلو کتاب پنج سده 20مدختر جوانی به نام «اورفمی کوشت»، به دفتر کار کارآگاه «مارلو» در لوس‌ آنجلس، مراجعه و از او می‌خواهد، برادرش «اروین» را که مدتی پیش، برای کار به کالیفرنیا آمده، پیدا کند؛ «اروین» چند هفته پیش، پانسیون محل زندگی‌ خویش را ترک کرده، و از محل کارش نیز، اخراج شده است؛ کارآگاه، برای کشف این معما، با رخدادها و ماجراهایی روبرو می‌شود؛ از این کتاب در سال 1969میلادی، فیلمی به نام « مارلو » ساخته شده؛ که بروس لی نیز نقش کوچکی در آن ایفا کرده است؛ عنوان فیلم مارلو؛ کارگردان پل بوگارت؛ تهیه‌ کننده سیدنی بکرمن؛ گابریل کاتزکا؛ نویسنده فیلمنامه استرلینگ سیلیفنت؛ بر اساس رمان خواهر کوچیکه؛ اثر ریموند چندلر؛ بازیگران جیمز گارنر؛ گایل هانیکات؛ کارول اوکانر؛ ریتا مورنو؛ بروس لی؛ موسیقی پیتر متز؛ فیلم‌ برداری ویلیام اچ دانیلز؛ تدوین ژنه روگیرو؛ توزیع‌ کننده مترو گلدن مایر؛ تاریخ‌های انتشار رو نوزدهم ماه سپتامبر سال 1969میلادی آلمان؛ روز بیت و دوم ماه اکتبر سال 1969میلادی ایالات متحده؛ مدت زمان 96دقیقه؛ کشور سازنده فیلم ایالات متحده؛ زبان انگلیسی؛ا شربیانی