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Enough rope : poems

Author: Dorothy Parker; Boni & Liveright,
Publisher: New York : Boni & Liveright, 1926. ©1926
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Parker's first book of light, witty, and sometimes cynical verse was a best-seller when it appeared in 1926.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Parker, Dorothy, 1893-1967.
Enough rope.
New York, Boni & Liveright, 1926
(OCoLC)587415949
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Parker; Boni & Liveright,
OCLC Number: 288073
Notes: "The verses in this book were first printed in Life, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, and The New York World."--Page 6.
Description: 110 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: Threnody --
The small hours --
The false friends --
The trifler --
A very short song --
A well-worn story --
Convalescent --
The dark girl's rhyme --
Epitaph --
Light of love --
Wail --
The satin dress --
Somebody's song --
Anecdote --
Braggart --
Epitaph for a darling lady --
To a much too unfortunate lady --
Paths --
Hearthside --
The new love --
Rainy night --
For a sad lady --
Recurrence --
Story of Mrs. W --
The dramatists --
August --
The white lady --
I know I Have been happiest --
Testament --
"I shall come back" --
Condolence --
The immortals --
A portrait --
Portrait of an artist --
Chant for dark hours --
Unfortunate coincidence --
Verse reporting late arrival at a conclusion --
Inventory --
Now at liberty --
Comment --
Plea --
Pattern --
De profundis --
They part --
Ballade of a great weariness --
Résumé --
Renunciation --
Day-dreams --
The veteran --
Prophetic soul --
Verse for a certain dog --
Folk tune --
Godspeed --
Song of perfect propriety --
Social note --
One perfect rose --
Ballade at thirty-five --
The thin edge --
Spring song --
Love song --
Indian summer --
Philosophy --
For an unknown lady --
The leal --
Finis --
Words of comfort to be scratched on a mirror --
Men --
News item --
Song of one of the girls --
Lullaby --
Faut de mieux --
Roundel --
A certain lady --
Observation --
Symptom recital --
Fighting words --
Rondeau redoublé --
Autobiography --
The choice --
Ballade of big plans --
General review of the sex situation --
Ubscription for the ceilign of a bedroom --
Pictures in the smoke --
Biographies --
Nocturne --
Interview --
Song in a minor key --
Experience --
Neither bloody nor bowed --
The burned child.
Other Titles: Enough rope
Responsibility: by Dorothy Parker.

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Parker's first book of light, witty, and sometimes cynical verse was a best-seller when it appeared in 1926.

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