The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel, the Novel as History Character Descriptions

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Character Descriptions

Norman Mailer - This character gets belligerently drunk his first night in Washington, DC.

Mitchell Goodman - This character convinces the author to join the march on the Pentagon.

Robert Lowell - This character holds a rapt audience's attention by softly reading a poem.

Ed de Grazia - The character is stripped of his emcee duties immediately before an event at the Ambassador hotel.

Dwight Macdonald - This character feels awkward at a party because he is reviewing a friend's new novel.

Harris - This character seems to be the leader of this group of students at the march.

William Sloane Coffin, Jr. - This character hand-delivers a bag of draft cards yo the Department of Justice.

Donald Kalish - This character is instrumental in calming impatient protesters waiting to march on the Pentagon.

Dick Fontaine - This character brings a film crew to Washington to film...

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