Sunset Gun by Dorothy Parker

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by Dorothy Parker

Poetry Human condition Social critique Romance Loss

PAGES
79
ESTIMATED TIME
31 minutes
PACE
Intermediate
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED
1928
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
English
DOWNLOADS
58

Sunset Gun is a is a collection of poems written by Dorothy Parker and first published in 1928.

In this dazzling collection of poetry, Dorothy Parker captures the essence of life and social critique through her unique vision.

The poems feature Parker's characteristic wit and a sharp perception of human complexities, with verses as emotive as they are biting.

Themes range from the effervescence of unrequited love to the incongruities of society itself. Light and shadows, humor and sadness, and even a touch of cynicism.

It is an ideal work to immerse yourself in the vision of Dorothy Parker, one of the most distinctive writers in American literature. A must-have for anyone fond of poetry and those looking to understand the spirit of a generation through a collection of poems.

"THE day that I was christened—
⁠It’s a hundred years, and more!—
A hag came and listened
⁠At the white church door,
A-hearing her that bore me
⁠And all my kith and kin
Considerately, for me,
⁠Renouncing sin."

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About Dorothy Parker

Dorothy Parker was an American poet, writer, critic, and satirist based in New York; she was best known for her wit, wisecracks, and eye for 20th-c...

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