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Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This?, by Marion Meade (1987, 2006)

The phrase “exhaustively researched” has never applied more to a book I’ve read than it does to Marion Meade’s splendid biography “Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This?” Mrs. Parker had a career spanning five decades. She wrote short stories, … Continue reading

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