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Wendell Jamieson, city editor for The New York Times, has been a newspaperman for twenty years. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, acclaimed nonfiction author Helene Stapinski, and their two children, three-year-old Paulina and seven-year-old Dean -- who figures prominently in Father Knows Less.


Everything seemed to work together. The person who invented the first stylish cafe would, for example, have on his walls mirrors from the French mirror-making industry, [which] made the cafe more stylish. Women wore all the fabulous new diamond jewelry that the king had made popular, they drank champagne (which sparkled in the mirrors), and everything seemed to somehow work together.

- Joan DeJean
The Essence of Style


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