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Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Oahu, Hawaii

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In 1968, Connie Wald, a Beverly Hills hostess who befriended me when I first arrived in Los Angeles, introduced me to John Gregory and Joan Dunne at one of her dinner parties. That was the beginning of my long friendship with them. Although some of the same people whom I met at Connie’s dinners would also be at the Dunnes’ parties, the mood was less predictable and less conservative. I no longer had to pretend to be fascinated, and I could talk about the Vietnam War as much as I liked. I noticed that Joan did not like to be introduced as Joan Didion but as Joan Dunne, which was not difficult for me to do, as I thought of her as Joan Dunne. When I once introduced her as Joan Didion to someone who I was afraid would not know her by her married name, she was surprised and later said to me, “You seem to have forgotten who I am.”

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