A twentieth-century American author known for her often sarcastic wit. Parker wrote poems, short stories, film scripts, and reviews of plays and books. Her poetry contains some often-quoted lines, such as “Men seldom make passes / At girls who wear glasses.”
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In memoriam, Parker Molloy writes a powerful letter to Leelah.Six Must-Read Stories About Gay Mormon Husbands and Iranian Drug Wars|The Daily Beast|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
Parker tells of a new Texas struggling to deal with inequality.
Parker writes of the “black-faced doe” that he sees in the yard in his new Texas house.
Parker tells of a new Texas struggling to deal with diversity.
Parker left the place that he knew for the possibilities that he would not have had in the Texas of a generation ago.
The living (value £250) is in the gift of trustees, and is now held by the Rev. M. Parker, Vicar.Showell's Dictionary of Birmingham|Thomas T. Harman and Walter Showell
Dame Dorothy Packington sent the trusty and well beloved Thos.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology|Joel Munsell
Fifteen years prior to the commencement of our story, Dorothy had been found by farmer Rushmere on the wild common fronting them.
Lovers our little Dorothy had by the score, though she was never seen but at church or at market.
Old Rushmere had raised an unreasonable persecution against his son on Dorothy's account.