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Tallulah Bankhead Reads “A Telephone Call,” Dorothy Parker’s Brilliant Satire of How Infatuation Drives Us Mad
Tallulah Bankhead Reads “A Telephone Call,” Dorothy Parker’s Brilliant Satire of How Infatuation Drives Us Mad

“It’s silly to go wishing people were dead just because they don’t call you up the very minute they said they would.”

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Margaret Atwood on Literature’s Women Problem
Margaret Atwood on Literature’s Women Problem

“No male writer is likely to be asked to sit on a panel addressing itself to the special problems of a male writer.”

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Dorothy Parker Reads “Inscription for the Ceiling of a Bedroom” in a Rare 1926 Recording
Dorothy Parker Reads “Inscription for the Ceiling of a Bedroom” in a Rare 1926 Recording

An ode to the unflinching comfort of the bed, our most reliable sanctuary of safety.

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