The Poetry and Short Stories of Dorothy Parker
Poetry and short stories by American author Dorothy Parker, who got her start as a caption writer for Vogue and was instrumental in forming the character of the New Yorker magazine at its founding in 1925.
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Mixed review. The poetry on the whole was terrible. Most poems were very simplistic, lacked depth and as a body of work showed little variation on theme. She wrote endlessly about bad luck with men ... Read full review
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I only wish Dot Parker were still alive to make her cynical, yet comical judgements on the state of men, women and the relationships they attempt to have. Parker can be both dark and divine at the ... Read full review