Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This? - Chapter 11, Sonnets in Suicide, or the Life of John Knox 1929-1932 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, Sonnets in Suicide, or the Life of John Knox 1929-1932 Summary and Analysis

Dorothy travels first to London for a brief stay where she buys a 14-month-old Dandie Dinmont Terrier named Timothy. Dorothy's need for canine companionship has always been severe, but perhaps now more than ever. Dorothy and her new friend travel to Paris, where she promptly falls ill due to liver trouble. When she feels better, she goes on a shopping spree where she orders lingerie and stylish French chiffon dresses for herself and her sister, Helen.

Benchley and his family arrive at the end of June, and they rent a car and drive to Antibes to visit the Murphys, a wealthy American couple with three young children whom Dorothy had met on several occasions and likes very much. The trip to...

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