Ernest Hemingway and Dorothy Parker: "Nothing in her life became her like her almost leaving of it"
Explores the relationship between Hemingway and Parker, focusing on their personal struggles and writing careers. Miller argues that Hemingway’s 1926 poetic attack on Parker was a result of the internal turmoil which inspired his art. Parker, who never acknowledged the poem publicly, eventually gave up her craft while dealing with her depression.
North Dakota Quarterly