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Dorothy Parker
(1893-1967) born on
Aug 22
US author, poet, journalist, humorist. She was the celebrated caustic wit of the 1920s; wrote "Enough Rope," 1926 and "The Little Hours," 1944.
Most good women are hidden treasures who are only safe because nobody looks for them.

Women and elephants never forget.
There was never a place for her in the ranks of the terrible, slow army of the cautious. She ran ahead, where there were no paths.
If all the girls attending it were laid end to end - I wouldn't be at all surprised.
I know that there are things that never have been funny, and never will be. And I know that ridicule may be a shield, but it is not a weapon.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: Obituary, in "The New York Times," 8 Jun 1967.
R: In "Words of Women Quotations for Success," by Power Dynamics Publishing, 1997.
A: On Isadora Duncan; in "New Yorker," 1928.
N: On the Yale prom; quoted in Alexander Woollcott, 'While Rome Burns'
K: In "You Might As Well Live," by John Keats, 1970.

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