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I believe in the truth, and I believe in saying what you think. Do you have to go around whispering all the time or playing a game with people? So I’m not the most adored person on the face of the earth. There are a lot of people who don’t like me at all, I’m very sure of that. I have my own reasons for being and my own sense of what is important and what isn’t, and I’m not going to change that.”There is a pause as I make a note on this aria.“Uh-oh, he’s thinking too much,” she says. “I called my business manager in California and said, ‘Sell all of my stock’—what little of it I had—and it’s the only smart financial move I ever made,” she says.The north wall of the parlor, which she faces, is a map of memories in the form of framed photos, drawings, and ephemera, testifying to the fact that she knew the greats from a tender age. It’s about all the people who were my friends,” she says.She always has with her Sophie, an excitable papillon, and what she refers to as “my friend,” her aluminum walker, with tennis balls on its feet.The “fucking fracture that I’ve got on the hip” is the result of a bathroom fall a few months back, a frustrating how-do-you-do after a life of near-perfect health. It’s the only time I have been in the hospital except for the times when I gave birth,” she says.
“People don’t pay any attention to me She hands me a box of Bissinger’s chocolate bark and instructs me to tear off the cellophane.
The centerpiece is a vermilion portrait of her as the character Schatze in (1953) by that film’s director, Jean Negulesco.
My meetings with Lauren Bacall, who is 86, are at three P. in the winter, so the light is silvery blue in the wood-trimmed parlor, where Bacall has set the scene for our sessions.
A tall wooden chair, for her, is positioned in the center of the room, near a low, white-and-green-upholstered club chair, for me. She is dressed, every time, in a black shirt, black pants, and black orthopedic shoes.
The apartment is cavernous, on a high floor of the Dakota, on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.Huge windows overlook Central Park, 30 feet above the tree line, with the grand residential buildings of Fifth Avenue in the distance.