You Might As Well Live - The Life and Times of Dorothy Parker
New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970. Fifth printing.
A biography of the extremely complex Miss Parker, who was one of the highest paid and most talked-about and quoted personalities of pre-war New York and Hollywood.
Despite several marriages and many lovers, she kept her biting cynicism close to the surface, and paid a bitter price for knowing so much about everybody. A powerful portrait of a key figure in the Jazz Age and beyond.