Marion Meade Writing Styles in Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This?

Marion Meade
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Perspective

This piece is written from a third-person biographical point of view. The observations of the narrator are based on research of the minute details of the life of Dorothy Parker. Beginning before her birth and finishing after her death, the reader is able to build a well-rounded image of this individual based on the biographer's research of the cultural mood of the ages, the settings in which Dorothy lives and works, and the recorded actions that she takes throughout her lifetime. The emotions and ideas of the people involved in Dorothy's life, and those of Dorothy herself, are expressed through observation and quotes, as well as analysis of her life's work.

This biography begins in New Jersey and New York, which is where Dorothy was born and raised. Dorothy lived and worked in New York City for most of her young life, and this is where she gained...

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