Books by Dorothy Parker

CONSTANT READER by Dorothy Parker
Released: Aug. 1, 1970

"Marginalia to be sure — but it will revive that old love affair in a nimbus of nostalgia and a glow of admiration."
There are times when images blow to fluff and comparisons stiffen and shrivel" or you haven't a word left in the mind Dorothy Parker could charm you right out of. Read full book review >
Released: May 15, 1944

"512 pages, in compact pocket form."
One critic is quoted as saying, "I can imagine no more intoxicating experience than to be reading Dorothy Parker for the first time". Read full book review >
Released: April 28, 1939

"Not So Deep As A Well."
A sure money-in-pocket publication, for it includes all of the stories from Laments for the Living and After Such Pleasures as well as "Mrs. Hofstadter of Josephine Street", "Soldiers of the Republic", "Clothe the Naked" and two as yet unnamed. Read full book review >
Released: Dec. 1, 1936

"Sure to be a big Christmas item, as the Dorothy Parker fans are not confined to the eastern seaboard."
One volume edition including the three published small volumes, plus several new poems. Read full book review >
AFTER SUCH PLEASURES by Dorothy Parker
Released: Oct. 27, 1933

"For the 'smart' public."
The audience for LAMENTS FOR THE LIVING will be keen on the trail of this new volume, many of whose stories have appeared in The New Yorker and elsewhere. Read full book review >