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The author and narrator. He details his daily struggles trying to make a life in Paris as a journalist in the 1920's. He often details about his journey through poverty to make it to where is now.
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Hemingway's friend, and fellow author. Though they have a close friendship and go on many adventures, they both are rivals in their field and often compete with each other or take differing stances on topics.
The owner of a library, who allows Hemingway to visit the place without charge. She also looks out for him and cares for him, despite having no reason to. She is noted for being a genuinely nice and caring character.
She acted as Hemingway's mentor and was a close friend to him, before their friendship ended abruptly. Stein is noted for being very headstrong and painfully honest in her opinions of other authors.
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