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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Hammetts The Maltese Falcon. It needs to be at least 1500 words.And, he belongs to a socioeconomic class that is comfortable enough with itself to
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Hammetts The Maltese Falcon. It needs to be at least 1500 words.
And, he belongs to a socioeconomic class that is comfortable enough with itself to feel that it is entitled to react aggressively to meddlesome cops and officialdom. Spade is often flippant, and when comparing him to Walter Mosley's black detective, Easy Rawlins, W. Russel Gray (2004) points out that Rawlins cannot afford to be so because in his case, integrity must be drawn from inner resources as it happens with all oppressed people. The white American detective takes his work in his stride by enjoying it as he will. while the black one will not consider asking white policemen to join him for a drink as part of his job, as does Spade.
The hero of Hammett's novel meets with Miss Wonderly - wonderful in every way - when she appears in his office to request him to tail a man named Floyd Thursby. Miss Wonderly is undoubtedly a beautiful woman. Here, the beautiful woman is a stereotypical description of a lady who must meet with a macho male that can be hard and intermittently cruel - all for an apparently good cause. The macho male replies to her thus: "You won't need much of anybody's help. You're good. You're very good. It's chiefly your eyes, I think, and that throb you get into your voice when you say things like 'Be generous, Mr. Spade'" (Hammett).
Spade's is a hard-boiled masculinity.