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Parker, Dorothy "Dot" (1893-1967)

The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is American author Dorothy Parker.


Six Superlative Sources

· Calhoun, Randy. Dorothy Parker: A Bio-Bibliography. Greenwood Press, 1993.

· Kinney, Arthur F. Dorothy Parker, Revised. Twayne, 1998.

· Miller, Nina. "Making Love Modern: Dorothy Parker and Her Public." American Literature 64.4 (December 1992): 763-784.

· Pettit, Rhonda. A Gendered Collision: Sentimentalism and Modernism in Dorothy Parker's Poetry and Fiction. Associated University Presses and Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2000.

· Treichler, Paula. "Verbal Subversions in Dorothy Parker: 'Trapped Like a Trap in a Trap.'" Language and Style 13.4 (Fall 1980): 46-61.

· Walker, Nancy. "The Remarkably Constant Reader: Dorothy Parker as Book Reviewer." Studies in American Humor, New Series 3.4 (1997): 1-14.

Other Excellent Sources


· Academy of American Poets. "Dorothy Parker." Poetry Exhibits. Academy of American Poets.

· Alexander, Rahne. The Comprehensive Dorothy Parker Bibliography. Utica Drop Forge and Tool Company.

· The Dorothy Parker Society of New York.

· Parker, Dorothy. "Selected Poetry of Dorothy Parker (1893-1967)." Representative Poetry On-Line. Ian Lancashire, ed. University of Toronto English Library.

· Pettit, Rhonda. "Dorothy Parker (1893-1967)." Modern American Poetry. Cary Nelson, ed. University of Illinois.


· Capron, Marion. "Interview with Dorothy Parker." Writers at Work: The Paris Review Interviews. Malcolm Cowley, ed. Viking Press, 1958. 72-87.

· Kinney, Arthur F. "Dorothy Parker's Letters to Alexander Woollcott." Massachusetts Review 30:3 (Autumn 1989): 487-495.

· Parker, Dorothy. Complete Poems. Colleen Breese, ed. Penguin, 1999.

· Parker, Dorothy. Complete Stories. Colleen Breese, ed. Penguin, 1995.

· Parker, Dorothy. Not Much Fun: The Lost Poems of Dorothy Parker. Stuart Y. Silverstein, compiler. Scribner, 1996.

· Parker, Dorothy. The Poetry and Short Stories of Dorothy Parker. Modern Library, 1994.

· Parker, Dorothy. The Portable Dorothy Parker. Viking, 1973.

· Parker, Dorothy. "Who Might Be Interested." Voices against Tyranny. John Miller, ed. Scribners Signature Edition, 1986.

· Parker, Dorothy, and Ross Evans. The Coast of Illyria. Introduction by Arthur F. Kinney. University of Iowa Press, 1990. This play was written in 1947 but not published until 1990.


· Drennan, Robert E. The Algonquin Wits. Citadel Press, 1968.

· Ford, Corey. The Time of Laughter. Little, Brown, 1967.

· Frewin, Leslie. The Late Mrs. Dorothy Parker. Macmillan, 1986.

· Gaines, James R. Wit's End: Days and Nights of the Algonquin Round Table. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1977.

· Harriman, Margaret Case. The Vicious Circle. Rinehart, 1951.

· Keats, John. You Might As Well Live: The Life and Times of Dorothy Parker. Simon and Schuster, 1970; Paragon House, 1986.

· Lansky, Ellen. "Female Trouble: Dorothy Parker, Katherine Anne Porter, and Alcoholism." Literature and Medicine 17.2 (Fall 1998): 212-230.

· Meade, Marion. Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This? Villard Books, 1987.

· Melzer, Sondra. The Rhetoric of Rage: Women in Dorothy Parker. Peter Lang, 1997.

· Miller, Linda Patterson, ed. Letters from the Lost Generation. Rutgers University Press, 1991. Includes letters by and about Parker.

· Mitsch, Ruthmarie H. "Parker's 'Iseult of Brittany.'" Explicator 44:2 (Winter 1986): 37-40.

· Woollcott, Alexander. "Our Mrs. Parker." While Rome Burns. Viking Press, 1934. 142-152.

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