Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This? - Chapter 19, Lady of the Corridor 1964-1967 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19, Lady of the Corridor 1964-1967 Summary and Analysis

Nothing much was different about the Volney when she moves into an apartment on the eighth floor. For the rest of 1964 and through much of 1965, Dorothy is afflicted with a variety of ailments and is often in and out of the hospital. She is just eighty pounds with poor eyesight and she falls down a lot. She is seldom the center of attention now and so agrees to do most interviews when asked. She is unable to get around without a nurse any longer. It is brought to Dorothy's attention that it is prudent for her to make a will. Her assets are modest, but she decides that everything, including her copyrights and royalties, will go to Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and in the event of his death, be forwarded...

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