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You have to know how to sit

Gore Vidal, writer of “bestsellers” and other very famous literary works (Julian the Apostate, Hollywood, Empire), explained his secret to success in the means of the mass media: to sit, at all of the parties, next to someone in an exotic or extravagant dress.  If no one is wearing a Mohawk or is a woman of the great world, an Indian in a turban also serves the purpose.  



“When you sit next to a character who wears a turban they take more photographs of you and you get on Sunday’s cover,” Gore Vidal recommends.     
 There are countless photographs where this famous writer appears next to an Indian prince.