Men I'm Not Married To

Dorothy PARKER (1893 - 1967)

A saucy little poem commenting upon all men that Ms. Parker didn't marry, perhaps implying (it's a bit ambiguous) that upon marrying, the husband becomes far more special than all the other men in the world. It's sort of the same theme embodied in Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince, who was saddened to discover that his rose was like any other rose, except when he further realized that his rose depended upon him alone for her care, and was the only rose that belonged to him. ~ Summary by Michele Fry

Genre(s): Poetry

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by DL David Lawrence
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Play 02 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by GRS Graham Scott
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Play 03 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by LCW Larry Wilson
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Play 04 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by MTF Michele Fry
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Play 05 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by PC William Allan Jones
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Play 06 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by PS Phil Schempf
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Play 07 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by RAJ RajVO
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Play 08 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by VB tovarisch
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Play 09 Men I'm Not Married To - Read by WJ William Allan Jones
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