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The critical waltz : essays on the work of Dorothy Parker

著者: Rhonda S Pettit
出版: Madison, N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, ©2005.
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"As its title suggests, The Critical Waltz: Essays on the Work of Dorothy Parker focuses on the writing, rather than the life, of one of the twentieth century's most famous underappreciated authors. Although Parker (1893-1967) is known as the caustic wit of the Jazz Age, her work embodies a range of sensibilities informed by the twin tensions of modernism and feminism." "What is the significance of Parker's work?  続きを読む
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Critical waltz.
Madison, N.J. : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, c2005
(OCoLC)607614846
関連の人物: Dorothy Parker; Dorothy Parker
資料の種類: インターネット資料
ドキュメントの種類: 図書, インターネットリソース
すべての著者/寄与者: Rhonda S Pettit
ISBN: 0838639682 9780838639689
OCLC No.: 56371098
形態 379 p. ; 24 cm.
コンテンツ: Two stumbles, slip, and a twenty-yard dash : Dorothy Parker and the waltz of literary criticism / Rhonda S. Pettit --
Parker's "Iseult of Brittany" (1986) / Ruthmarie H. Mitsch --
Making love modern : Dorothy Parker and her public (1992) / Nina Miller --
Dorothy Parker's perpetual motion (1995) / Ken Johnson --
Material girls in the jazz age : Dorothy Parker's "Big blonde" as an answer to Anita Loos's Gentlemen prefer blondes (1998) / Rhonda S. Pettit --
Textual transmission and the transformation of texts : on the dialogic margins of Dorothy Parker's "The waltz" (2003) / Robert D. Arner --
The other Dorothy Parkers (2003) / Arthur F. Kinney --
Here lies by Mehitabel (2003) / Lynn Z. Bloom --
Dorothy Parker, Erica Jong, and new feminist humor (1977) / Emily Toth --
I am outraged womanhood : Dorothy Parker as feminist and social critic (1978), with coda / Suzanne L. Bunkers --
Verbal subversions in Dorothy Parker : "Trapped like a trap in a trap" (1980), with coda / Paula A. Treichler --
Black on blonde : the Africanist presence in Dorothy Parker's "Big blonde" (1996) / Amelia Simpson --
Premium Swift : Dorothy Parker's iron mask of femininity (1996) / Ellen Pollak --
The remarkably constant reader : Dorothy Parker as book reviewer (1997) / Nancy A. Walker --
Being and dying as a woman in the short fiction of Dorothy Parker (1998) / Andrea Ivanov-Craig --
Female trouble : Dorothy Parker, Katherine Anne Porter, and alcoholism (1998) / Ellen Lansky --
Reading, responding, composing : a revisionary approach (1984) / Phillip Arrington --
The hall monitor who broke the rules : teaching Dorothy Parker's The ladies of the corridor as feminist drama (2003) / Ann M. Fox --
Mrs. Parker and the history of political thought (2003) / Sophia Mihic --
They can see me if I cry : feminine language and reader identification in Dorothy Parker's "Sentiment" (2003) / Timothy P. McMackin --
Behavior at its worst : Freudian concepts in the writing of Dorothy Parker (2003) / Donna Stamm --
Dorothy Parker's letters to Alexander Woollcott (1926-1943; pub. 1989) / Arthur F. Kinney --
An interview with Dorothy Parker (1956; repr. 1958) / Marion Capron.
責任者: edited by Rhonda S. Pettit.
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"As its title suggests, The Critical Waltz: Essays on the Work of Dorothy Parker focuses on the writing, rather than the life, of one of the twentieth century's most famous underappreciated authors. Although Parker (1893-1967) is known as the caustic wit of the Jazz Age, her work embodies a range of sensibilities informed by the twin tensions of modernism and feminism." "What is the significance of Parker's work? This is the question that The Critical Waltz begins to answer by offering the first collection of criticism about Parker's writing. Five new essays, as well as two student essays, join thirteen essays published in journals and books since 1977. Organized into four parts - Modernist Contexts, Feminist Issues, Classroom Encounters, and Conversations - the arrangement of this volume reflects three broad categories that have emerged in the critical discussion of Parker's work since the late 1970s, followed by an interview and letters in which Parker speaks for herself."--BOOK JACKET.

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