This was a complicated and talented person, the main character of the book, who in many ways was jaded and world-weary but in other ways not.
This person enlisted in the Army and encountered a series of horrors as an ambulance driver on the front lines that resulted in a severe addiction to alcohol and morphine.
This person was a manager and handler who grew up with alcoholic parents.
This person is termed as a significant confidant and non-sexual soul mate. He or she also worked at Vanity Fair.
This person was The New York Times' drama critic and original founder of the Algonquin Round Table.
This person had spirit and independence that embraced feminism before it was fashionable to do so.
This person is a very famous acquaintance that denounced poems that were...
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