\”To the 120th anniversary of the novelist Raymond Chandler Bonn/Zurich – style, so the man, but curiously coincides Chandler’s style with his character or his life\”, the thriller writer Patricia Highsmith about the man who noticed the screenplay to two strangers on a train \”was written based on a novel of the author. \”Highsmith praised his style: Chandler could always put a lot in six words.\” But she also contracted not his personal conflict between England and America, his drinking and his rather unfortunate end. By Philip Marlowe, Chandler’s most famous fictional hero, we have a fairly accurate picture. The hard-bitten private detective was portrayed in the film by James Garner, Robert Mitchum, Humphrey Bogart and Elliott Gould. We’re all like a little like Marlowe, which probably also applies to his somewhat delicate skinned creator.
In the novel the long goodbye\”from the year 1954 the cool Snoop himself characterized: I have a license for private investigations and run it Business is already pretty long. I’m a loner, unmarried, middle-aged and not rich. I did it more than once, and I assume no divorce cases. I have a crush on alcohol, women, chess and a few other things. The cops can not good like me, but I know that I’m quite well from some. \”I come here from the area, was born in Santa Rosa, both parents dead, no siblings, and should come so far, that I brought in a dark alley around the corner, how it can happen to anyone, Yes in my profession and happens every day many people in any profession or non-profession, then no man will feel that his or her life the main points of the Crown would be broken.\” Raymond Thornton Chandler was born in Chicago on July 23, 1888. He was taken by the mother to London after the divorce of the parents.