Junkies have their own look (emaciated, haunted, sallow) and their own junk names: Doolie, Cash, and Dupré.
"In a sense it is true, but now she is here she is to have perfect liberty of action," said Dupré.
"I hold you responsible for him," the Duke had said to Dupré.
Whether showing conspicuously in front, or remaining obscurely in the rear, the capitalist controls all; and Dupré is this.
Dupré and Diaz are the decorative painters of the Fontainebleau group.
The ambiguity of expression appears strange; indeed incomprehensible, to Dupré, as to others who overhear it.
The young Creole, Dupré, entranced with love, has nevertheless not permitted its delirium to destroy all ideas of other kind.
That matter concerned his own relations to his wife, and his wife's relations to Commander Dupré.
On the contrary, Dupré has never set eyes on him, till just before leaving Nachitoches.
If within the hotel, Dupré would certainly be by the side of his Jessie.