When Robert, Patrick, and Irene met in New York, they were all determined to become actors, and it felt as if the city--indeed, the world--could be their oyster. Robert was the good-looking, ambitious one. Patrick was tall, ungainly, but naturally dramatic. And Irene, a former rodeo star out of Kansas, was the beautiful ingenue. They were young, talented, and passionate, and they soon became inseparable.
O’Connor, V. (2003). A Company of Three. Algonquin Books. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1765
O’Connor, Varley. 2003. “A Company of Three”. Algonquin Books. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1765.
O’Connor, V. A Company of Three. Algonquin Books, 1 Oct. 2003, https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1765.