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The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker.

저자: Dorothy Parker
출판사: New York : Modern Library, 1994.
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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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장르/형태: Fiction
Poetry
자료 유형: 소설
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Dorothy Parker
ISBN: 0679601325 9780679601326
OCLC 번호: 31129684
설명: viii, 457 pages ; 20 cm
내용: Poetry. Enough rope. Threnody ; Small hours ; False friends ; Trifler ; A very short song ; A well-worn story ; Convalescent ; Dark girl's rhyme ; Epitaph ; Light of love ; Wail ; Satin dress ; Somebody's song ; Anecdote ; Braggart ; Epitaph for a darling lady ; To a much too unfortunate lady ; Paths ; Hearthside ; New love ; Rainy night ; For a sad lady ; Recurrence ; Story of Mrs. W--
; Dramatists ; August ; White lady ; I know I have neen happiest ; Testament ; I shall come back ; Condolence ; Immortals ; A portrait ; Portrait of the artist ; Chant for dark hours ; Unfortunate coincidence ; Inventory ; Now at Liberty ; Comment ; Plea ; Pattern ; De profundis ; They part ; Ballade of a Great Weariness ; Resume ; Renunciation ; Veteran ; Prophetic soul ; Verse for a certain dog ; Godspeed ; Song of Perfect Propriety ; Social note ; One perfect rose ; Ballade at Thirty-Five ; Thin edge ; Love song ; Indian Summer ; Philosophy ; For an unknown lady ; Leal ; Words of comfort to be scratched on a mirror ; Men ; News item ; Song of one of the girls ; Lullaby ; Faute de Mieux ; Roundel ; A certain lady ; Observation ; Symptom recital ; Rondeau Redouble ; Fighting words ; Choice ; General review of the Sex Situation ; Inscription for the ceiling of a bedroom ; Pictures in the smoke ; Nocturne ; Interview ; Experience ; Neither bloody nor bowed ; Burned child --
Sunset gun. Godmother ; Partial comfort ; Red dress ; Victoria ; Counselor ; Parable for a certain virgin ; Bric-a-Brac ; Interior ; Reuben's Children ; On cheating the fiddler ; There was one ; Incurable ; Fable ; Second oldest story ; A Pig's-eye view of literature: The lives and times of John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and George Gordon Noel, Lord Byron ; Oscar Wilde ; Harriet Beecher Stowe ; D.G. Rossetti ; Thomas Carlyle ; Charles Dickens ; Alexandre Dumas and his son ; Alfred, Lord Tennyson ; George Gissing ; Walter Savage Landor ; George Sand ; Mortal enemy ; Penelope ; Bohemia ; Searched soul ; Trusting heart ; Thought for a sunshiny morning ; Gentlest lady ; Maid-Servant at the Inn ; Fulfillment ; Daylight saving ; Surprise ; On being a woman ; Afternoon ; A dream lies dead ; Homebody ; Second love ; Fair weather ; Whistling girl ; Story ; Frustration ; Healed ; Landscape ; Post-Graduate ; For a favorite Granddaughter ; Liebestod ; Dilemma ; Theory ; A fairly sad tale ; The last question ; Superfluous advice ; But not forgotten ; Two-volume novel ; Pour Prendre Conge ; For a lady who must write verse ; Rhyme against living ; Wisdom ; Coda --
Death and taxes and other poems. Prayer for a prayer ; After a Spanish Proverb ; Flaw in Pagaism ; Danger of writing defiant verse ; Distance ; Evening Primrose ; Sanctuary ; Cherry White ; Salome's dancing-lesson ; My own ; Solace ; Little words ; Ornithology for beginners ; Garden-spot ; Tombstones in the starlight: I. Minor poet ; II. Pretty lady ; III. Very rich man ; IV. Fisherwoman ; V. Crusader ; VI. Actress ; Little old lady in lavender silk ; Vers Demode ; Sonnet for the end of a sequence ; Apple tree ; Iseult of Brittancy ; "Star light, Star bright" ; Sea ; Guinevere at her fireside ; Transition ; Lines on reading too many poets ; From a letter from Lesbia ; Ballade of Unfortunate Mammals ; Purposely ungrammatical love song ; Prayer for a new mother ; Midnight ; Ninon de Lenclos, on her last birthday ; Ultimatum ; Of a woman, dead young ; Willow ; Sonnet on an Alpine night ; Ballade of Talked-off Ear ; Requiescat ; Sweet violets ; Prologue to a saga ; Summary ; Sight ; Lady's reward ; Prisoner ; Temps Perdu ; Autumn Valentine --
Short stories. Arrangement in black and white --
The sexes --
The wonderful old gentleman --
A telephone call --
Here we are --
Lady with a lamp --
Too bad --
Mr. Durant --
Just a little one --
Horsie --
Clothe the naked --
The waltz --
Little Curtis --
The little hours --
Big blonde --
From the diary of a New York lady --
Soldiers of the republic --
Dusk before fireworks --
New York to Detroit --
Glory in the daytime --
The last tea --
Sentiment --
You were perfectly fine --
The custard heart.

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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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