This person is the spouse of the author, who works as a fiction editor for the New Yorker, continuing to commute by train to New York City from Maine after they buy a farm in Brooklin, and eventually producing copy for the magazine by mail.
Stanley Hart White
This person is the author's older sibling, a hero in youth and a close friend throughout life, who lives in Chicago and receives many lengthy letters about the author's life.
This person is one of the author's closest pals from Cornell University who, in 1922, joins the author on a cross country trip in a Model T Roadster.
This blind cartoonist/writer shares a small office with the author at the New Yorker and they write the satirical book, "Is Sex Necessary?" as a collaboration.
This is the author's boss and friend at...
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