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Dorothy Parker’s Antiracism

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All Levels | One of the most celebrated humorists of the 20th century, Dorothy Parker is famous for her mordant wit and cunning poetry. But her genius is also expressed in her short fiction — which has a stronger moral dimension than her other work. She was antiracist before we had that word, and the examples she set provide exciting challenges and opportunities for writers today.

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Instructor: Christopher Frizzelle

Class Type: 1 Session

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Start Date: 01/30/2021

Days of the Week: Saturday

Time: 1:10 pm – 3:10 pm PST

Minimum Class Size: 20

Maximum Class Size: 100

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Christopher Frizzelle

Christopher Frizzelle is a writer, teacher, and former editor-in-chief of The Stranger, where a story he edited won a Pulitzer Prize. He is co-author of the book How to Be a Person, and the founder and host of the Silent Reading Party, which has been written about by the New York Times, Travel + Leisure, and Poets & Writers. He holds an MFA in creative nonfiction from Bennington College, and he lives in Seattle.

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