I don’t care what’s written about me, so long as it isn’t true.
In a TV segment from the ’60s, Walter Cronkite & co. interview a member of the Algonquin Round Table, a longtime editor of the New York Herald Tribune, and Alfred A. Knopf himself.
The writer and famous quip-fount said she was “just a little Jewish girl trying to be cute.” Yes and more, Mrs. Parker.
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