For a moment in 1990, New York's glitterati defined themselves by whether they'd been mentioned in The Andy Warhol Diaries. It was the last rite of passage for a generation. Warhol, convinced he'd trained an objective eye on the comings and goings of the scene he created, observed it all through the lens of vanity and fame. Now in trade paperback, the bestseller everyone denied reading still fascinates.Edition/Copyright: 91
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