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Annotated Bibliography: Dorothy Parker “LOVE SONG”
Burstein, Jessica. “A Few Words about Dubuque: Modernism, Sentimentalism, and the Blasé.” American Literary History, vol. 14, no. 2, 2002, pp. 227–54, http://www.jstor.org/stable/3054568. Accessed 19 Apr. 2022.
Jessica Burstein works on modernism and how various works of poetry influence it at various levels. Her area of expertise includes fashion and poetry from the British community from the 19th century. JSTR.org is known for posting reviews and analyses of various literary works that have been peer-reviewed to eliminate any form of misinformation that might mislead the audience. It has teaching and research tools that make understanding various topics easy. The poem “Love song” has been evaluated, and the major theme of love has been assessed. In the analysis, the woman in the poem seems to have fallen in love with a man that is not interested in dating her. How the poem “Love Song” relates to modernism has also been revealed.
Irr, Caren. “A Gendered Collision: Sentimentalism and Modernism in Dorothy Parker’s Poetry and Fiction.” American Literature 73.4 (2001): 880-881.
Caren Irr has more than 20 years of experience in evaluating literary works in the 19th century and how they relate to today’s world. She has published several works focusing on Dorothy Parker; therefore, her assessment of poems such as “Love Song” is from an informed point of view. American literature site features various peer-reviewed literature from scholars who have shown dedication and passion for literary works. Amateur and unprofessional works are not included. In the analysis of the “Love Song,” the concepts of a broken heart and a woman’s rage are evident. Caren Irr demonstrates that it is possible for one t to be in love and at the same time despise and hate the same person as Dorothy Parker was demonstrating.
Miller, Nina. “Making Love Modern: Dorothy Parker and Her Public.” American Literature 64.4 (1992): 763-784.
Nina Miller has utilized her expertise and knowledge from her PHD to influence how various works of poetry are relevant today. Her expertise in literature from the 19th century is evident in the various peer-reviewed articles she has written. JSTR.org is regulated and publishes content on-demand from various institutions around the world to ensure students have the right resources for reference during research. In the evaluation of “Love Song,” the author sees the woman as a bitter and jealous character that will unlikely never get satisfied with the man she is referring to.