How are you, dear? Never mind it now. Revelations occur, but not in grand Joycean epiphanies, but in far subtler distinctions that lazy readers are likely to miss. Her heroes, but mostly heroines, all struggle with capital L Loneliness primarily- in the gray beglittered nights of Manhattan neon life in the Jazz Age.
Say something to help me through tonight. It would be so little to You, God, such a little, little thing. Is this any better, dear?
Her tales, however tasty as crumpets, simply lack the heft, overall, to propel her to greatness. Had she been more baroque, poetic, ornate, she might have successfully obfuscated her limited purview. Oh, please try to hear me. In Here We Are, a just-married couple travel by train to New York City, to begin their honeymoon at a posh hotel, yet the reader sees that the marriage is doomed, due to their immaturity and selfishness.
Give aguy a chance. Ernest Hemingway, by comparison, was wise to disguise his utter lack of cosmopolitan tastes and writing with his real life globetrotting legendry. Come on in, bums. But, there is not much real depth to much of her prose work- beyond condemning this or that faux pas, and as a consequence of that artistic choice, just as her light verse lacked any heft, this prose corpus stands in direct contrast to the writer who was her most obvious literary forebear- Oscar Wilde.
This is Jean " "Who? In Too Bad, some women are perplexed that the happily married Weldons have separated. Oh, what will I do, dear, what are we going to do?
Parker never did that, becoming almost a more famous version of the renowned hermit Henry Darger, whose own narrowness of outlook and personality eventually caved in his mind. Can you hear me now? I need you so. Dear God, let him call me now.
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She was born in and she died of a heart attack in New York to Detroit by Dorothy Parker. "Already with Detroit," said the telephone operator.
"Hello," said the girl in New York. "Hello?" said the young man in Detroit. "Oh, Jack!" she said. "Oh, darling, it's so wonderful to hear you. Dorothy Parker () was cute, sexy, witty, vivacious, delightfully vicious, and the only member of the infamously bad Algonquin Round Table that had even a modicum of real writing talent, and it’s on full display in this collection of her finest short fictions.
In New York To Detroit, on the telephone, a man on a telephone call. Click to read more about New York To Detroit by Dorothy Parker. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Dorothy Parker.Download