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She senses him, and as she turns around to see him he strangles her.

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He then takes the opportunity to smell her scent to his heart's content. It is the happiest he has ever been. He leaves the body and feels no remorse. One night he delivers some goatskins to Baldini the perfumer. He begs the old man to let him work for him, after showing the master that he has a wonderful nose and a great memory for mixing perfumes.

Baldini is so impressed with the scent that Grenouille creates that he downloads his apprenticeship from Grimal. While working for Baldini, Grenouille makes the best scents Paris has ever smelled, and Baldini becomes very rich. Grenouille falls ill again, but he survives once Baldini tells him there are other ways to distill and preserve scents to be learned in the south of France.

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This news revives Grenouille, and he lives. Eventually he leaves Baldini to go learn distillation methods in Grasse. On the way to Grasse, Grenouille makes a detour for seven years to a mountain cave, where he ponders the scents he has known in his life thus far.

Descending from the mountain looking like a wild man, he is rehabilitated by a slightly mad pseudo-scientist nobleman who believes that he is a prime example of a vicitm of fluidum letale. After a farce of a scientific "proof" is enacted, Grenouille slips away and goes to Grasse. There he works in a small perfumery, learning different methods of distillation, but especially cold enfleurage. He now begins to distill scents other than flowers, such as inanimate objects.

He moves onto animals, finally realizing that he must kill them in order to get their scent properly. Entranced by her scent and believing that he alone must possess it, he kills her and stays with her body until the scent has left it. In his quest to learn more about the art of perfume-making, he becomes apprenticed to a once great perfumer , Baldini, and proves himself a wonder although this is not revealed to anyone except Baldini.

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Baldini eventually reveals to him that there are techniques other than distillation that can be used to preserve a wider range of odours, which can be found in the heartland of the perfumer's craft, in the region of Grasse , in the French Riviera.

Shortly after Grenouille leaves, Baldini dies when his home collapses into the river Seine. On his way to Grasse, Grenouille travels the countryside and discovers that he is disgusted with the scent of humanity. Avoiding habitations, he comes instead to live in a cave inside the Plomb du Cantal for many years. However his peace is ended when he realizes after some years that he himself does not have any scent. Travelling to Montpellier with a fabricated story about being kidnapped and kept in a cave for seven years to account for his appearance, he creates a body odour for himself from everyday materials, and finds that his new "disguise" tricks people into thinking that it is the scent of a human; he is now accepted by society instead of shunned.

Humanity being fooled by a simple scent, his hatred becomes contempt.

He realizes that it is within his ability to develop scents described as "superhuman" and "angelic", that will affect in an unprecedented way how other people perceive him. Reaching Grasse, he trains in the arts of scent extraction and preservation and one day encounters a second scent that is even more inspiring to him than his original victim.

It is the scent of a young girl named Laure Richis. He decides this time that he will seek to preserve the scent physically and not just in his memory, and begins a campaign of serial killing of teenage girls to practice keeping and preserving their scent — the victims are not otherwise molested beyond the removal of their hair for scent preservation.

He eventually kills 24 girls in preparation for killing Laure, without ever leaving a trace that would link the crimes to him.

Laure's father realizes his daughter must be the goal of the murderer's campaign and, not telling anybody, takes her to a place of safety, but Grenouille follows them by following her scent, and when they stop for the night, he finally kills her and successfully preserves her scent. However he is less careful than usual and the law finds traces linking the murder to him.

He is caught soon afterwards and sentenced to death.

However, on the way to his execution he wears a new scent he has created, that causes awe and adoration in others, and although the evidence of his guilt is absolute, the crowd becomes so fond of him, and so convinced of the innocence he now exudes, that he is freed; even Laure's father asks if he would consider being adopted as his son.

Because of this scent, the entire town participates in a mass orgy of which no one speaks afterwards. Grenouille however now realizes how much he hates people, even more so as they worship him now and that even this degree of control does not make him happy.

He decides to return to Paris to commit suicide and after a long journey ends up at the fish market where he was born.

He approaches a crowd and pours the entire bottle of perfume on himself. The people are so drawn to him due to his scent that they became compelled to obtain parts of him, tearing him to pieces and consuming them. The story ends with the crowd, who are left embarrassed by their own action, but agree that they did this out of "Love".

He refrained from overpowering some whole, live person He knew he was master of the techniques needed to rob a human of his or her scent, and knew it was unnecessary to prove this fact anew. Indeed, human odour was of no importance to him whatsoever. He could imitate human odour quite well enough with surrogates.

What he coveted was the odour of certain human beings: Those were his victims. The real story of the serial killer Manuel Blanco Romasanta , also known as the wolfman, who killed several women and children and extracted their body fat to make soap and sold their clothes, resembles this character.

The name of Jean-Baptiste Grenouille might be inspired by the French perfumer Paul Grenouille, who changed his name into ' Grenoville ' when he opened his luxury perfume house in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This article is about the novel. For the movie adaptation, see Perfume: The Story of a Murderer film.Even in the beginning, his wet nursepaid for by the statenoticed that something was wrong with Grenouille.

The Gentleman's Magazine began publication in , and continued monthly until The monthly magazine The Story of a Murderer. This is a book in which the title is completely self-explanatory. Now he has a goal; he has found a scent to match the girl he killed in Paris, another red-head here in Grasse named Laure Richis.

Grenouille roams the city of Paris, searching for new scents, because he has the most gifted nose in the world. The reader is left waiting for the moment when Grenouille opens his eyes and we're told what really happened, but it never comes.

White, waxen, and filled with the most beautiful, deep, richly floral scent that even as a 5-year old I could feel was seductive without ever knowing the meaning or the existence of the word. However he is less careful than usual and the law finds traces linking the murder to him.

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