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Enough Rope

by Dorothy Parker

It is a captivating collection of witty and insightful poems that will delight and engage young readers. This book showcases her unique style and sharp observations on life, love, and society. First published in 1926, "Enough Rope" quickly gained popularity for its clever wordplay and satirical tone. Dorothy Parker's poems offer a fresh and honest perspective on various aspects of human existence, capturing the complexities of relationships, the challenges of modern life, and the struggles of the human heart. In this collection, Parker explores themes such as love, heartbreak, societal norms, and the masks we wear in everyday life. Her concise and powerful verses convey a depth of emotion and invite readers to reflect on their own experiences and perceptions. The relevance of "Enough Rope" extends beyond its time of publication. Parker's keen observations on human nature and her skillful use of language make her poems relatable and timeless. Young readers will find themselves drawn to the clever wordplay, sharp wit, and thought-provoking insights that permeate each poem. The book's brevity and accessibility make it an excellent choice for young readers exploring poetry for the first time. Each poem is a compact treasure, offering a glimpse into the complexity of human emotions and the intricacies of the human condition. "Enough Rope" is a testament to Dorothy Parker's mastery of the written word. Her ability to convey profound ideas and evoke emotions with conciseness and wit is what sets her apart as a celebrated poet. This collection serves as an introduction to her unique literary voice, making it a must-read for young poetry enthusiasts. In conclusion, "Enough Rope" by Dorothy Parker is a delightful and thought-provoking collection of poems that will captivate young readers with its wit and insight. With its timeless themes and skillful wordplay, the book invites readers to explore the intricacies of human emotions and the complexities of life. It is a treasure trove of poetic brilliance that showcases Parker's exceptional talent as a poet and a keen observer of the human experience.

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Language

English

Original Language

English

Published In

1926

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Dorothy Parker

United States

Dorothy Parker was a renowned American writer, poet, and critic who is known for her witty and sarcastic writing style. Born in West End, New Jersey in 1893, Parker was a leading figure in the Algonqu...

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