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She was known for her outrageous one-liners, her ruthless theater criticism, her clever verses and bittersweet stories, but there was another side to Dorothy Parker; a private life set on a course of destruction. She suffered through two divorces, a ...

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9781455155224
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Penguin Group (USA)
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18+ Years
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ENG
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2
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She was known for her outrageous one-liners, her ruthless theater criticism, her clever verses and bittersweet stories, but there was another side to Dorothy Parker; a private life set on a course of destruction. She suffered through two divorces, a string of affairs, a lifelong problem with alcohol, and several suicide attempts.In this lively, absorbing biography, Marion Meade illuminates both the dark side, and the brilliance of Dorothy Parker.

Dorothy Parker was known as the wittiest woman in America during the 1920s and 1930s. In this lively, absorbing biography, Meade illuminates both the dark side of Parker and her days of wicked wittiness at the Alguonquin Round Table with the likes of William Faulkner. Photos.

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MARION MEADE is the author of Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell is This? She has also written biographies of Woody Allen, Buster Keaton, Eleanor of Aquitaine, Madame Blavatsky, and Victoria Woodhull, as well as two novels about medieval France. She lives in New York City.

woman in America during the 1920s and 1930s. In this lively, absorbing biography, Meade illuminates both the dark side of Parker and her days of wicked wittiness at the Alguonquin Round Table with the likes of William Faulkner. Photos.

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