Gay Talese

'The Silent Season of a Hero'

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Author of Honor Thy Father, Thy Neighbor's Wife, Unto the Sons, A Writer's Life and The Silent Season of a Hero, among others; former reporter for the New York Times, he's also written for Esquire, the New Yorker, Harper's magazine, and other national publications

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After its opening in 1963, Elaine's became one of the most famous night spots in America, with regulars ranging from Jacquie Kennedy to Frank Sinatra to Woody Allen.

New York's Famed Eatery, Social Hub Elaine's Closes Its Doors

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