Not Much Fun
The Lost Poems of Dorothy ParkerUnknown - 1996
Eclectic and exuberant, the 122 poems and verses gathered in Not Much Fun display all the raw talent and verbal acuity of America's most celebrated wit. Some are rare examples of Parker's experimentation with structured poetic form; others are more personal, evoking the spirit of the times or scrutinizing the perils of passion. But each is a brilliant showcase of the legendary humor, irony, and precision that continue to attract generations of readers to Parker's work.
Editor Stuart Y. Silverstein provides an authoritative and immensely entertaining introduction that highlights some of Parker's most-loved acerbic quips, unearths a few long-forgotten scandals, and fully reveals her to be a pioneer of modern colloquial