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The Collected Short Stories, a 1962 collection that brings together all of Coward's short fiction. Like his better plays, the author's short stories showcase his skill with wordplay and considerable wit.

Poems by Dorothy Parker, an American contemporary of Coward's. Her work also captures much of the same irreverent wit and high energy that defined the 1920s artistic world in which they both circulated. Two notable collections are Enough Rope and Death and Taxes.

Private Lives, Coward's 1929 comedy about a divorced couple who meet again when both are honeymooning with new spouses. As in Hay Fever, the main characters' behavior befuddles and confuses their new spouses. Some consider this to be Coward's best play.

Pygmalion, a play by influential British playwright George Bernard Shaw. The story deals with the transformation of a lower-class woman to fit upper-class ideals; it was later adapted into the popular stage...

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