He is the book's central character and narrator and his function is more of an observer and storyteller, a listener and transcriber.
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.
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.
A friend of the rich and famous, a kind of procurer of services and...
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