Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles by Raymond Chandler

Raymond Chandler's Phillip Marlowe was one of the characters who set the style for today's hard-boiled detective fiction.

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Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles by Raymond Chandler


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  • Paperback: 234 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.45 x 9.19 x 7.30
  • Publisher: Overlook Press; Reissue edition (January 1997)
  • ISBN: 0879513519


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    Elizabeth Ward and Alain Silver know their way around the City of Angels, its buildings and boulevards, its alleyways and environs, as well as Philip Marlowe. So get in your Oldsmobile and put the top down for this literary tour of a Lala Land that partly no longer exists and sometimes never was--for
    Raymond Chandler's locales, as the authors note, are "a pastiche of the real and the imagined." Mostly what we have here is the visual equivalent. Silver Lake became the less glamorous Gray Lake in the novelist's cynical prose; the fabled Bradbury Building (seen in the 1969 film Marlowe) became the Belfont. City hall is for real, of course, but nothing is quite what it seems.



    Reader Reviews
    Beautiful book ... a must have for Chandler fans., August 8, 2002 Reviewer: Rich Partain from Huntsville, AL United States I bought this book a few years ago after happening across it on the internet. What a beautiful book. The selections are well-chosen and the photos are unreal. Buy it. You won't regret it.

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