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Dorothy Parker (Long Branch NJ) (1893-1967) Born Dorothy Rothschild Author, poet, screenwriter, critic

American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist Dorothy Parker (August 1893 – June

Dorothy Parker (1893-1967), witty and courageous, got her start by writing theatre criticism for Vanity Fair. Known for her acid wit, she was one of the founding members of the Algonquin Roundtable, an exclusive group of eminent New York City writers in the early twentieth century.

Dorothy Parker, Witty Poet and Essayist

Dorothy Parker, writer of wit and wisdom, prized place at the Algonquin Round Table

Dorothy Parker (born Dorothy Rothschild) and Edwin Pond Parker - her first husband. She married Alan Campbell twice.

Dorothy Parker (born Dorothy Rothschild) and Edwin Pond Parker - her first husband. She married Alan Campbell twice.

Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

literatureismyutopia: Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald, Paris, 1925 Ernest Hemingway and F.

Dorothy Parker, painted by Neysa McMein, circa 1922. Dorothy Parker ...

Fabulous Flappers - - Dorothy Parker wrote poetry, short stories, and essays, and was a founding member of the Algonquin Round Table, a group of fashionable write.

“There's a hell of a distance between wise-cracking and wit. Wit has truth in it; wise-cracking is simply calisthenics with words.”—Dorothy Parker (1893-1967),

Dorothy Parker (August 1893 – June an American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist.

Dorothy Parker, 1924, photographed at the back of Harold Ross' brownstone. Credit: The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Vand...

Stunning Photographs of Early 20th Century Theater in New York

kittyinva: “ 1924 Dorothy Parker photographed at the back of Harold Ross’ brownstone in NYC by Florence Vandamm.

Tallulah Bankhead performs the vignette "A Telephone Call" by Dorothy Parker. The Big Show {Radio}, February 11th 1951.

Tallulah Bankhead performs the vignette "A Telephone Call" by Dorothy Parker. The Big Show {Radio}, February

On this date in 1967 (June 7th), Dorothy Parker passed away at age 73. Raise a glass to her.

On this date in 1967 (June Dorothy Parker passed away at age Raise a glass to her.

Robert Benchley and Dorothy Parker in 1919.  I love their unrequited love for each other, even though they were right to stay friends...

Dorothy Parker and best friend (and fellow Round Tabler) Robert Benchley in Inseparable, Robert & Dorothy were in love with each other "intellectually", but Robert refused to leave his wife.

Dorothy Parker, age 13, in 1906 with her dog at Riverside Park's Soldiers and Sailors Monument at West 89th Street.

Dorothy Parker, age in 1906 with her dog at Riverside Park's Soldiers and Sailors Monument at West Street.

DOROTHY PARKER (Aug. 22, 1893 – June 7, 1967) and ALAN K. CAMPBELL (Feb. 21, 1904 – June 14, 1963) She is a U.S. writer. He an actor & screenwriter. • [March 25, 1962] “[They] came to dinner with us last night. It was a flop. [...] Dorothy sits so sadly, with a kind of aristocratic sweetness, a Lost Lady, the bags hanging down under her eyes. [...] The only time they showed animation was...when we got on the subject of famous murders.” (Christopher Isherwood Diaries: 1960-1969, Vol. 2, 171)

DOROTHY PARKER (Aug. 22, 1893 – June 7, 1967) and ALAN K. CAMPBELL (Feb. 21, 1904 – June 14, 1963) She is a U.S. writer. He an actor & screenwriter. • [March 25, 1962] “[They] came to dinner with us last night. It was a flop. [...] Dorothy sits so sadly, with a kind of aristocratic sweetness, a Lost Lady, the bags hanging down under her eyes. [...] The only time they showed animation was...when we got on the subject of famous murders.” (Christopher Isherwood Diaries: 1960-1969, Vol. 2, 171)

Dorothy Parker

40 quotes about life (for a pessimist)

"If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave it to." Dorothy Parker was an American poet, short story writer and satirist.

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Edgar Allan Poe - (January 1809 – October an American author, poet, editor and literary critic, considered part of the American Romantic Movement, best known for his tales of mystery and the macabre.

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