Janie's very realistic, working-class worries over money are especially resonant.
His androgyny wasn't dangerous in the same way Lou Reed's was in the early '70s, or as comical as Warrant's Janie Lane.
“There are a lot of people, concerned family members, inside the house,” says Janie.
We arrested John Andrews,” concludes Janie, “Monday at work.
Faith looked toward her, and saw poor Janie crimson with embarrassment, and smiled at her comfortingly.
They had been friends from youth; he was "Bob" to her, she was now to him "Miss Janie."
(Ruth's head had come in violent contact with Janie's chin).
"You're a dreadful flirt, Janie," said Mina, as she kissed her friend.
Blossom, with her chums, Janie and Doreen, took good stock of their opponents.
Janie was not a raw girl; she was a capable young woman of two-and-twenty.