" Men seldom make passes at girls that wear glasses" (cite) Dorothy Parker immersed her writing with her "anything goes" style of writing that was dangerous, yet exciting in the 1920's. Her style of writing was edgy and glamorous considering the time frame in which she was writing. Her writing was often sarcastic and not appreciated by many critics and readers at the time. Dorothy Parker's writings have transcended the test of time to prove useful
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of many women in her generation.
Dorothy Parker was a talented individual who expressed her emotions and other women's emotions through the usage of poetry. Parker wrote about " a women's equal rights in a sexual relationship." Parker used literature to express the blunt innermost thoughts of men and women of her generation. Dorothy Parker can be summed up in two sentences, "I require three things in a man. He must be handsome, ruthless, and stupid."