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The Poetry and Short Stories of Dorothy Parker (Modern Library)

Author: Dorothy Parker


ISBN: 9780679601326
Pages: 457
Description: I’m not a big fan of poetry in general–with a few exceptions to that. Dorothy Parker is number one on that list. Not concerned with social etiquette at the time, she spoke her mind, and her writings clearly exhibit this trait. A prime example on her take of relationships:
SOCIAL NOTE
«Lady, lady, should you meet
One whose ways are all discreet,
One who murmurs that his wife
Is the lodestar of his life,
One who keeps assuring you
That he never was untrue,
Never loved another one . . .
Lady, lady, better run!»

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