Thank you to Dorothy Parker, the great American writer, for these quotes from her short story “The Yellow Wallpaper.
Dorothy Parker was born in New York City in 1872. She was a child prodigy and was recognized as one of the top writers of her time when she published her first story in The Saturday Evening Post in 1908. She wrote more than two dozen short stories and more than 50 novels. In them she explored many themes including the nature of time, the nature of evil, and the nature of love. She was a master of descriptive language and her work was often humorous and even a little dark.
As a child, Dorothy Parker lived in an apartment that had everything she needed. She would go to school everyday and she lived in a house with a beautiful garden. On one of her rare visits to a house or a garden, she would see that the plants were still alive and thriving.
Parker’s books were very popular and made her a well-known author.
Parker was born in New York City and became a naturalized American citizen in 1929. Dorothy was born in Philadelphia and she has written books about her life in New York from the 1920s to the 1960s.
The woman who wrote the books, Dorothy Parker, has said that she used to go to the park to escape boredom and because it was such a beautiful part of the city. Parkers books are definitely about escaping boredom. She’s also said that she used to visit the park to read to her cats, which seems like a clear reference to the time when the park was still a park.
One of the main characters in the film The Adventures of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash, has recently gotten his own book published by the BBC, “The Adventures of Johnny Cash”.
Johnny Cash is an American singer, songwriter, and actor, known for his work in country music. He rose to prominence in the 1950s and 1960s as a singer and country music performer, and had many hits, including “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, “A Boy Named Sue”, “Ring of Fire”, “Roll Over Beethoven”, “The Ballad of Johnny Cash”, and “Johnny Cash Sings”.
The quote is from singer and songwriter Dorothy Parker herself and was published in her book The Autobiography of Dorothy Parker in 1932. She talks about how her childhood in the South was one of innocence and hardship. She also talks about how her parents were extremely strict about her singing, but also how the songs she sang were the ones that made her feel most alive.
This quote is from another of Dorothy Parker’s books, A Girl of the ‘Forties. In this book, Dorothy describes how her life changed when she traveled to the South to visit family, and how her life was altered by her visit. It’s interesting to note in this quote that she was very aware of the changes she was making in her life as a result of her trip and how it had an impact on the way her thoughts and actions were going.