Table of contents for Dorothy Parker, in her own words / edited by Barry Day.


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 DOROTHY PARKER
IN HER OWN WORDS
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1. *"A LITTLE JEWISH GIRL TRYING TO BE CUTE"
2. *"BREVITY IS THE SOUL OF LINGERIE"
3. *INCONSTANT REVIEWER
4. *QUEEN DOROTHY AND THE ROUND TABLE
5. HI-HO-HUM SOCIETY
6. *THE NEW YORKER . . . AND ITS 'CONSTANT READER'
7.	THE SEXES
8. 	DOGS : A DIGRESSION
9. 	WRITER AT WORK
10. 	*"HOORAY FOR HOLLYWOOD!"
11. 	*". . .YOU MIGHT AS WELL LIVE"
Drink, Suicide and Other Forms of Death and Destruction))
12. 	SONGS . . . AND PLAYS : An Intermission
13. 	"ROSE-COLOURED BI-FOCALS" :
PARKER AND POLITICS
14. 	"DID ERNEST REALLY LIKE ME?
15. 	CODA :
*THE LADY OF THE CORRIDOR
16. *ENVOI : 
"AS DOROTHY PARKER ONCE SAID . . ."
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Parker, Dorothy, 1893-1967, Authors, American 20th century Biography