Coverart for item
The Resource The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker

The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker

Label
The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker
Title
The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Poetry and short stories by American author Dorothy Parker, who got her start as a caption writer for Vogue and was instrumental in forming the character of the New Yorker magazine at its founding in 1925
Cataloging source
OCP
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1893-1967
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Parker, Dorothy
Dewey number
818/.5209
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS3531.A5855
LC item number
A6 1994
Literary form
fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • American poetry
  • Short stories, American
  • United States
  • United States
  • American poetry
  • Manners and customs
  • Short stories, American
  • United States
Label
The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Convalescent
  • A Pig's-eye view of literature:
  • The lives and times of John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and George Gordon Noel, Lord Byron
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • D.G. Rossetti
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Charles Dickens
  • Alexandre Dumas and his son
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • George Gissing
  • Dark girl's rhyme
  • Walter Savage Landor
  • George Sand
  • Mortal enemy
  • Penelope
  • Bohemia
  • Searched soul
  • Trusting heart
  • Thought for a sunshiny morning
  • Gentlest lady
  • Maid-Servant at the Inn
  • Epitaph
  • Fulfillment
  • Daylight saving
  • Surprise
  • On being a woman
  • Afternoon
  • A dream lies dead
  • Homebody
  • Second love
  • Fair weather
  • Whistling girl
  • Light of love
  • Story
  • Frustration
  • Healed
  • Landscape
  • Post-Graduate
  • For a favorite Granddaughter
  • Liebestod
  • Dilemma
  • Theory
  • A fairly sad tale ; The last question
  • Wail
  • Superfluous advice
  • But not forgotten
  • Two-volume novel
  • Pour Prendre Conge
  • For a lady who must write verse
  • Rhyme against living
  • Wisdom
  • Coda
  • Death and taxes and other poems.
  • Prayer for a prayer
  • Satin dress
  • After a Spanish Proverb
  • Flaw in Pagaism
  • Danger of writing defiant verse
  • Distance
  • Evening Primrose
  • Sanctuary
  • Cherry White
  • Salome's dancing-lesson
  • My own
  • Solace
  • Somebody's song
  • Little words
  • Ornithology for beginners
  • Garden-spot
  • Tombstones in the starlight:
  • I.
  • Minor poet ;
  • II.
  • Pretty lady ;
  • III.
  • Very rich man ;
  • Anecdote
  • IV.
  • Fisherwoman ;
  • V.
  • Crusader ;
  • VI.
  • Actress
  • Little old lady in lavender silk
  • Vers Demode
  • Sonnet for the end of a sequence
  • Apple tree
  • Braggart
  • Iseult of Brittancy
  • "Star light, Star bright"
  • Sea
  • Guinevere at her fireside
  • Transition
  • Lines on reading too many poets
  • From a letter from Lesbia
  • Ballade of Unfortunate Mammals
  • Purposely ungrammatical love song
  • Prayer for a new mother
  • Epitaph for a darling lady
  • Midnight
  • Ninon de Lenclos, on her last birthday
  • Ultimatum
  • Of a woman, dead young
  • Willow
  • Sonnet on an Alpine night
  • Ballade of Talked-off Ear
  • Requiescat
  • Sweet violets
  • Prologue to a saga
  • Poetry.
  • To a much too unfortunate lady
  • Summary
  • Sight
  • Lady's reward
  • Prisoner
  • Temps Perdu
  • Autumn Valentine --
  • Paths
  • Hearthside
  • New love
  • Rainy night
  • For a sad lady
  • Recurrence
  • Story of Mrs. W--
  • Dramatists
  • August
  • Enough rope.
  • White lady
  • I know I have neen happiest
  • Testament
  • I shall come back
  • Condolence
  • Immortals
  • A portrait
  • Portrait of the artist
  • Chant for dark hours
  • Unfortunate coincidence
  • Threnody
  • Inventory
  • Now at Liberty
  • Comment
  • Plea
  • Pattern
  • De profundis
  • They part
  • Ballade of a Great Weariness
  • Resume
  • Renunciation
  • Small hours
  • Veteran
  • Prophetic soul
  • Verse for a certain dog
  • Godspeed
  • Song of Perfect Propriety
  • Social note
  • One perfect rose
  • Ballade at Thirty-Five
  • Thin edge
  • Love song
  • False friends
  • Indian Summer
  • Philosophy
  • For an unknown lady
  • Leal
  • Words of comfort to be scratched on a mirror
  • Men
  • News item
  • Song of one of the girls
  • Lullaby
  • Faute de Mieux
  • Trifler
  • Roundel
  • A certain lady
  • Observation
  • Symptom recital
  • Rondeau Redouble
  • Fighting words
  • Choice
  • General review of the Sex Situation
  • Inscription for the ceiling of a bedroom
  • Pictures in the smoke
  • A very short song
  • Nocturne
  • Interview
  • Experience
  • Neither bloody nor bowed
  • Burned child
  • Sunset gun.
  • Godmother
  • Partial comfort
  • Red dress
  • Victoria
  • A well-worn story
  • Counselor
  • Parable for a certain virgin
  • Bric-a-Brac
  • Interior
  • Reuben's Children
  • On cheating the fiddler
  • There was one
  • Incurable
  • Fable
  • Second oldest story ;
  • Mr. Durant
  • Just a little one
  • Horsie
  • Clothe the naked
  • The waltz
  • Little Curtis
  • The little hours
  • Big blonde
  • From the diary of a New York lady
  • Soldiers of the republic
  • Short stories.
  • Dusk before fireworks
  • New York to Detroit
  • Glory in the daytime
  • The last tea
  • Sentiment
  • You were perfectly fine
  • The custard heart
  • Arrangement in black and white
  • The sexes
  • The wonderful old gentleman
  • A telephone call
  • Here we are
  • Lady with a lamp
  • Too bad
Control code
1730608
Dimensions
20 cm
Edition
1994 Modern Library edition
Extent
viii, 457 pages
Isbn
9780679601326
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1730608
  • (Sirsi) 1730608
  • (OCoLC)31129684
  • (OCoLC)31129684
Label
The poetry and short stories of Dorothy Parker
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Convalescent
  • A Pig's-eye view of literature:
  • The lives and times of John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and George Gordon Noel, Lord Byron
  • Oscar Wilde
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • D.G. Rossetti
  • Thomas Carlyle
  • Charles Dickens
  • Alexandre Dumas and his son
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson
  • George Gissing
  • Dark girl's rhyme
  • Walter Savage Landor
  • George Sand
  • Mortal enemy
  • Penelope
  • Bohemia
  • Searched soul
  • Trusting heart
  • Thought for a sunshiny morning
  • Gentlest lady
  • Maid-Servant at the Inn
  • Epitaph
  • Fulfillment
  • Daylight saving
  • Surprise
  • On being a woman
  • Afternoon
  • A dream lies dead
  • Homebody
  • Second love
  • Fair weather
  • Whistling girl
  • Light of love
  • Story
  • Frustration
  • Healed
  • Landscape
  • Post-Graduate
  • For a favorite Granddaughter
  • Liebestod
  • Dilemma
  • Theory
  • A fairly sad tale ; The last question
  • Wail
  • Superfluous advice
  • But not forgotten
  • Two-volume novel
  • Pour Prendre Conge
  • For a lady who must write verse
  • Rhyme against living
  • Wisdom
  • Coda
  • Death and taxes and other poems.
  • Prayer for a prayer
  • Satin dress
  • After a Spanish Proverb
  • Flaw in Pagaism
  • Danger of writing defiant verse
  • Distance
  • Evening Primrose
  • Sanctuary
  • Cherry White
  • Salome's dancing-lesson
  • My own
  • Solace
  • Somebody's song
  • Little words
  • Ornithology for beginners
  • Garden-spot
  • Tombstones in the starlight:
  • I.
  • Minor poet ;
  • II.
  • Pretty lady ;
  • III.
  • Very rich man ;
  • Anecdote
  • IV.
  • Fisherwoman ;
  • V.
  • Crusader ;
  • VI.
  • Actress
  • Little old lady in lavender silk
  • Vers Demode
  • Sonnet for the end of a sequence
  • Apple tree
  • Braggart
  • Iseult of Brittancy
  • "Star light, Star bright"
  • Sea
  • Guinevere at her fireside
  • Transition
  • Lines on reading too many poets
  • From a letter from Lesbia
  • Ballade of Unfortunate Mammals
  • Purposely ungrammatical love song
  • Prayer for a new mother
  • Epitaph for a darling lady
  • Midnight
  • Ninon de Lenclos, on her last birthday
  • Ultimatum
  • Of a woman, dead young
  • Willow
  • Sonnet on an Alpine night
  • Ballade of Talked-off Ear
  • Requiescat
  • Sweet violets
  • Prologue to a saga
  • Poetry.
  • To a much too unfortunate lady
  • Summary
  • Sight
  • Lady's reward
  • Prisoner
  • Temps Perdu
  • Autumn Valentine --
  • Paths
  • Hearthside
  • New love
  • Rainy night
  • For a sad lady
  • Recurrence
  • Story of Mrs. W--
  • Dramatists
  • August
  • Enough rope.
  • White lady
  • I know I have neen happiest
  • Testament
  • I shall come back
  • Condolence
  • Immortals
  • A portrait
  • Portrait of the artist
  • Chant for dark hours
  • Unfortunate coincidence
  • Threnody
  • Inventory
  • Now at Liberty
  • Comment
  • Plea
  • Pattern
  • De profundis
  • They part
  • Ballade of a Great Weariness
  • Resume
  • Renunciation
  • Small hours
  • Veteran
  • Prophetic soul
  • Verse for a certain dog
  • Godspeed
  • Song of Perfect Propriety
  • Social note
  • One perfect rose
  • Ballade at Thirty-Five
  • Thin edge
  • Love song
  • False friends
  • Indian Summer
  • Philosophy
  • For an unknown lady
  • Leal
  • Words of comfort to be scratched on a mirror
  • Men
  • News item
  • Song of one of the girls
  • Lullaby
  • Faute de Mieux
  • Trifler
  • Roundel
  • A certain lady
  • Observation
  • Symptom recital
  • Rondeau Redouble
  • Fighting words
  • Choice
  • General review of the Sex Situation
  • Inscription for the ceiling of a bedroom
  • Pictures in the smoke
  • A very short song
  • Nocturne
  • Interview
  • Experience
  • Neither bloody nor bowed
  • Burned child
  • Sunset gun.
  • Godmother
  • Partial comfort
  • Red dress
  • Victoria
  • A well-worn story
  • Counselor
  • Parable for a certain virgin
  • Bric-a-Brac
  • Interior
  • Reuben's Children
  • On cheating the fiddler
  • There was one
  • Incurable
  • Fable
  • Second oldest story ;
  • Mr. Durant
  • Just a little one
  • Horsie
  • Clothe the naked
  • The waltz
  • Little Curtis
  • The little hours
  • Big blonde
  • From the diary of a New York lady
  • Soldiers of the republic
  • Short stories.
  • Dusk before fireworks
  • New York to Detroit
  • Glory in the daytime
  • The last tea
  • Sentiment
  • You were perfectly fine
  • The custard heart
  • Arrangement in black and white
  • The sexes
  • The wonderful old gentleman
  • A telephone call
  • Here we are
  • Lady with a lamp
  • Too bad
Control code
1730608
Dimensions
20 cm
Edition
1994 Modern Library edition
Extent
viii, 457 pages
Isbn
9780679601326
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 1730608
  • (Sirsi) 1730608
  • (OCoLC)31129684
  • (OCoLC)31129684

Library Locations

    • Stevens Memorial Library (North Andover)Borrow it
      345 Main Street, North Andover, MA, 01845, US
      42.6961299 -71.1263305
Processing Feedback ...