World premiere of Pardon My Dust highlights the wit and wisdom of Dorothy Parker by ProQuest

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WICHITA - When Dorothy Parker drags her small dog and assorted baggage into an undetermined place one autumn day in 1967, she unearths a bottle, takes a healthy snort, and asks the room at large, "What fresh hell is this?" The space she has entered, on this day of her death at age 73, isn't hell, but it might as well be.

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									World premiere of Pardon My Dust highlights the wit and wisdom of Dorothy Parker
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The Liberty Press; Sep 2009; 16, 1; Docstoc
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