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A familiar figure in Greenwich Village and Left Bank literary and lesbian circles during the teens, '20s, and '30s, Djuna Barnes was a witty and beautiful writer befriended by James Joyce and sponsored by T.S. Eliot. Yet even in her lifetime, her fanatic privacy made her the most elusive of modern writers. Herring writes the first biography in more than ten years of this "Garbo of letters." of photos.