The people mentioned in this book are referred to by their first names only, and many names have been changed.
This is the way that the identities of the characters in the book have been hidden.
This is the author of this book who reveals a great deal about herself in the work. She is an Anglo-Saxon blue-eyed blonde woman in middle or late middle age. An exercise buff, she likes to eat at great restaurants with her many prosperous friends.
This person is the spry middle-aged waitress at the Hearthside shows the author the ropes. The author describes her as agile, and this woman seems to talk constantly as she hurries through her rounds.
This person is a 19-year-old Chez dishwasher at Jerry's restaurant who has just come to this country. He's kindly, clean cut and dresses well, but wears a hip little...
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