P.B. Jones - He is the book's central character and narrator and his function is more of an observer and storyteller, a listener and transcriber.
High Society - This term is generally used to describe a segment of the population defined by wealth, status and influence that include both the financial and political spheres.
Turner Boatwright, Alice Lee Langman - These two characters play primary, initiating roles in the early stages of Jones' writing career.
Woodrow Hamilton, Victoria Self, Mr. Wallace, Mr. Appleton - These characters are associated with Jones' history and practice as a prostitute.
Kate McCloud - She is a wealthy and troubled socialite whose name recurs several times throughout both Unspoiled Monsters and La Côte Basque as an important figure of reference in the narrator's experience.
Aces Nelson - A friend of the rich and famous, a kind of procurer of services...
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