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Dorothy Parker


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"I'd Rather Have Him Play a Fiddle Than Rise and Bow and Speak an Idyll"
   are the closing lines of   
Alfred, Lord Tennyson by Dorothy Parker
1893-1967, American poet
Dorothy Parker
   said   
"Men Seldom Makes Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses."
Dorothy Parker
   said   
"Brevity is the Soul of Lingerie."
Dorothy Parker
   said   
"If You Want to Know What God Thinks About Money, Just Look at the People He Gave It To."
Dorothy Parker
   said   
"The Cure for Boredom is Curiosity. There is No Cure for Curiosity."
Dorothy Parker
   wrote   
A Telephone Call
1893-1967
Dorothy Parker
   wrote   
Big Blonde
1929; Bookman Magazine
Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle (1994)
   is a film about   
Dorothy Parker
Portrayed by Jennifer Jason Leigh
Dorothy Parker
   said   
"If All the Attending Were Laid End to End I Wouldn't Be at All Surprised."
Referring to a Yale prom.






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