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I Know I Have Been Happiest
This week we feature the poem "I Know I Have Been Happiest" from The Portable Dorothy Parker, a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition…
This week we feature the poem "I Know I Have Been Happiest" from The Portable Dorothy Parker, a Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition.
Dorothy Parker was famous for her cynicism and the concentration of her judgments and she has been closely associated with modern urbane humour. She is widely known for her spoken wit, her book reviews in The New Yorker, her poems and her sketches.
Books featured in this episode:
We feature the work of early Renaissance poets
But Were Afraid to Ask
William Wordsworth finishes our celebration of romantic poetry.
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