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The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker.

Author: Dorothy Parker
Publisher: New York : Modern Library, 1994.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : English : 1994 Modern Library edView all editions and formats
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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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Genre/Form: Fiction
Poetry
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy Parker
ISBN: 0679601325 : 9780679601326
OCLC Number: 31129684
Description: viii, 457 p. ; 20 cm.
Contents: 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 --
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 --
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.

Abstract:

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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