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

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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 the author during the march.

Walter Teague

This character teaches...

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