20th century, Arts

‘I haven’t got a visual mind. I hear things’: Listening to Parker’s Short Stories

By Jade Broughton Dorothy Parker (1893 - 1967) was an essayist, poet and writer, infamous for her cutting wit and sharp-tongued observations of the ineptitudes of those around her. Often described as a 'wit', she came to resent her reputation as a 'wise-cracker'. Beginning her writing career on Vogue magazine, others described her position as… Continue reading ‘I haven’t got a visual mind. I hear things’: Listening to Parker’s Short Stories