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Men I'm Not Married To

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In Dorothy Parker's collection of short stories, Men I'm Not Married To, readers are treated to witty and insightful observations on relationships, love, and all the men who have crossed the author's path. Parker's writing is sharp, humorous, and full of biting commentary on the complexities of romantic entanglements.

Each story offers a glimpse into the author's experiences with various men, both real and imagined, and explores the different ways in which relationships can both uplift and disappoint. Parker's prose is clever and incisive, capturing the nuances of human emotion with precision and depth.

While the subject matter may seem light-hearted at first glance, Parker's writing delves into deeper themes of loneliness, desire, and the quest for connection in a world filled with fleeting encounters and missed opportunities. The stories in Men I'm Not Married To are a testament to Parker's talent as a writer and her keen insight into the human heart.

Overall, Men I'm Not Married To is a delightful and thought-provoking collection that will resonate with anyone who has ever experienced the highs and lows of love and relationships. Dorothy Parker's wit and wisdom shine through in every page, making this a book worth reading and savoring.

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A saucy little poem commenting upon all men that Ms. Parker didn't marry, perhaps implying that upon marrying, the husband becomes far more special than all the other men in the world. It's sort of the same theme embodied in Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince, who was saddened to discover that his rose was like any other rose, except when he further realized that his rose depended upon him alone for her care, and was the only rose that belonged to him. ~ Summary by Michele Fry


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