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When he finished his novel, now titled , it was longer and more socially conscious. His agents objected: "We feel that Mr. Marlowe would suspect his own softness all the way through and deride it and himself constantly." 20 Chandler was shocked. "I knew the character of Marlowe had changed…. But I did not realize [he] had become Christlike." 21 He rewrote immediately and extensively. "There is no doubt that Chandler intended to put all of himself into The Long Goodbye," writes biographer Frank MacShane, "He knew it was his last chance to do so." 22
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An immediate critical and sales success, (1953) launched a new era in hard-boiled fiction – that of the socially, politically, racially, sexually, or environmentally conscious detective. Chandler did not revel in his success, however; after a long-planned trip to England with Cissy, her health declined – fibrosis of the lungs was the diagnosis – and she died in December 1954. She had been his one true love and an enduring chivalric ideal in his life; without her, there might not have been a Philip Marlowe. There was a void in Chandler's life, which he filled with drink, an attempted suicide, and more travel.