6 edition of Gentlemen Prefer Us Dumb found in the catalog.
April 8, 2008
by Random House Mondadori
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
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Gentlemen Prefer Blondes by Anita Loos, subtitled The Intimate Diary or a Professional Lady, published inpopularized the unfortunate tropes of “dumb blonde” and ruthless gold-digger in the character of Lorelei Lee.
We accompany the unflappable flapper around New York and Europe, where she dallies with the affections of hapless men. Loos released her novel in a period when some of the great American authors were writing books like The Great Gatsby, The Sun Also Rises, Main Street, and The Age of Innocence, whose author Edith Wharton referred to Gentlemen Prefer Blondes as "the great American novel"/5.
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Loos wrote Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in Interestingly, the book was adapted into a silent film, a Broadway play, and even a Broadway musical before the popular film version. As the years passed, Loos rose above personal drama and continued to.
The review of this Book prepared by David Loftus Gentlemen Prefer Blondes may be the origin of the 'dumb blonde' stereotype; certainly the main character and narrator, Lorelei Lee, is the archetypal blonde.
(Mottos: "diamonds are a girl's best friend" - yes, it comes from this book - and "smile. • Diary entries of Lorelei Lee • Lorelei leaves Arkansas to move to New York City to become an actress and is being educated by Mr. Eisman • Her days consist mostly of shopping, champagne, meeting rich gentlemen, and going to parties • Lorelei and Dorothy travel to Europe with.
A gentleman (Old French: gentilz hom, gentle + man) is any man of good and courteous conduct. Originally, a gentleman was the lowest rank of the landed gentry of England, ranking below an esquire and above a yeoman; by definition, the rank of gentleman comprised the younger sons of the younger sons of peers, and the younger sons of a baronet, a knight, and an esquire, in perpetual succession.
The great American novel. — Edith Wharton Lorelei Lee’s wide-eyed ditziness is nothing less than a joy forever.
— Michael Dirda First published by Liveright in —and now brought back into print by the same house—[Gentlemen Prefer Blondes] will find a new audience to delight, amaze and amuse Lorelei is a combination of insouciance, innocence and street savvy that is irresistible.
The delirious Jazz-Age classic that no less an authority than Edith Wharton called "the great American novel." If any American fictional character of the twentieth century seems likely to be immortal, it is Lorelei Lee of Little Rock, Arkansas, the not-so-dumb blonde who knew that diamonds are a girl's best friend.
Outrageous, charming, and unforgettable, she's been portrayed on stage and. It will feature some of the icon’s most dazzling pieces from such films as 's “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes,” 's "River of No Return" and 's “There’s No Business Like Show. Ina year after its serialization in Harper’s Bazaar, Loos’s first novel, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, was published.
Its success was immediate and astonishing. The tale of Lorelei Lee, the archetypal “dumb blonde” gold digger from Arkansas, made Loos an international celebrity. The great American novel.
— Edith Wharton Lorelei Lee’s wide-eyed ditziness is nothing less than a joy forever. — Michael Dirda First published by Liveright in —and now brought back into print by the same house—[Gentlemen Prefer Blondes] will find a new audience to delight, amaze and amuse Lorelei is a combination of insouciance, innocence and street savvy that is irresistible.
Accordingly, in the film of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, scripted by Loos, Lorelei was transformed. The demurely dressed, flat-chested, girlish flapper of the novel and the film, who referred to her gentlemen friends by nicknames such as "Daddy" or.
Gentlemen Marry Brunettes – a book that is often overlooked as a casual afterthought to Blondes – continues to play with the problem of gender typologies first configured in Blondes. though Loos satirizes capitalism’s version of gender identities.
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The book of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes was an excellent book with a very unique plot. I would recommend this book to any of my friends, including males. Upon viewing the film first (starring Marylin Monroe), I was able to visualize the setting which made it a very pleasant reading experience.
Anita Loos, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes () It’s thanks to Sheree of Keeping Up with the Penguins that I picked up this little confection of the Jazz Age — her enthusiasm for it knows no bounds, especially in comparison to the contemporaneous, but far more loudly touted The Great Gatsby.I’ve nothing against Gatsby, but a fun, witty and insightful book by a woman with an eye on.
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