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14 Classic Works of Literature Hated By Famous Authors
"I got a little bored after a time. I mean, the road seemed to be awfully long."
October 16, 2017 By
Dorothy Parker on J.P. Donleavy’s
The Ginger Man
In the wake of his passing, we look back on the novel Parker called "a rigadoon of rascality, a bawled-out comic song of sex."
September 15, 2017 By
Why E.B. White Was Wrong About (Some of) the Elements of Style
Lovers of the Passive Voice Unite
July 11, 2017 By
A. L. Kennedy
14 Curious Telegrams from (and to) Famous Writers
"I Can't Look You in the Voice"
June 15, 2017 By
A Dorothy Parker Quip for Every Occasion
On the 50th Anniversary of her Death
June 7, 2017 By
In Which Winnie-the-Pooh Makes Dorothy Parker Throw Up
Writing in the pages of
The New Yorker
back in 1928, the iconic satirist was not a fan of A. A. Milne's beloved yellow bear
March 30, 2017 By
A Literary Long Weekend in Los Angeles
A Bookish Visit to the Land of Bukowski and Didion...
September 9, 2016 By
A Literary Long Weekend in Denver
Booze, Books and the Ghosts of the Beats
April 17, 2015 By
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