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This book studies the wittiness and the liveliness of one of the most stylish ladies of all times, Dorothy Parker. The book also shows her charisma at that Algonquin Round Table. The book is a true depiction of the brilliance and the self-destructive as well as one of the most flamboyant people in this world.
What makes this book stand out?
The book is clearly one of the best depictions of Ms. Parker.
Read it for
The book is brilliantly done, and the book captures the essence of Parker in its all real.
Don't read it for
The book has many references, to political issues, movies, etc.