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In fact, I don’t want to diminish or assault her in any way. And over the past 11 years, since 2005, when she published the first of her two loss memoirs, one about Dunne, the other about Quintana, her daughter, she’s been gotten wrong. And I think that Didion alone was the vehicle—or possibly the agent—of L. I think that for the city of Los Angeles, Didion is the Ángel de la Muerte. And it still hadn’t wised up the following spring when the Didion-Dunnes arrived. Professionally he hadn’t made it: a second-rate producer in a second-rate medium, TV. He and wife Lenny threw lavish, stylish parties, and lots of them.And not just wrong, egregiously wrong, wrong to the point of blasphemy. A month before the Didion-Dunnes showed, they’d thrown their most lavish and stylish, a black-and-white ball inspired by the Ascot scene in (That the ball—a ball!
They seemed much less ambivalent in their early years. A line invoked by both so often you know they must have believed it gospel is from F.They rented Sara Mankiewicz’s, fully furnished, though Mankiewicz did pack up the Oscar won by her late husband, Herman, for writing So Didion and Dunne wanted in and got in, but they wanted in deeper.Hollywood’s appeal for writers isn’t hard to figure: it’s about the only place they can strike it rich.He makes numerous unflattering references to Didion and Dunne—“Mrs. Know-All”—in his diaries.)The basic plan, careerwise, seems to have been that Nick would provide Didion and Dunne with introductions and they’d try their hands, collective—it would be a team effort—at scriptwriting.
Their hands would remain idle for seven years, not counting an episode of It would become the primary home for her work until its publisher filed for bankruptcy in 1969.And I’m not disputing her status as cultural icon either. Who wants to get on the Ángel de la Muerte’s bad side? Because I have one last thing to add, and I don’t care how weird and screw-loose it sounds: I think she wanted me to say it. Critics hadn’t taken much notice; neither had readers.