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|Frances||Frances Clyne is Robert Cohn's fiancée before he meets Brett. Frances feels entitled to marriage even though Cohn does not love her.|
|Georgette||Georgette is the Parisian prostitute Jake picks up and takes to dinner early in the novel.|
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|Harris||Wilson Harris is the British fly-fisherman Jake befriends in Burguete.|
|Montoya||Montoya is a Spanish hotel owner who prides himself on cultivating a group of bullfighting aficionados.|
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