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The Timeless Wit and Wisdom of Dorothy Parker

She brushed her teeth, then sharpened her tongue…

Dorothy Parker (1893- 1967). Image from Dorothy Parker Society

Even if you don’t immediately recognise her name, you will certainly be acquainted with the incisive witticisms of acclaimed writer, poet, satirist, screenwriter, and critic, Dorothy Parker. Indeed, many of her clever one liners and…




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