Hard Cover. New York: Boni & Liveright, 1926. First Edition. Near Fine / Dust Jacket Included.
First edition, first printing. Publisher's quarter black cloth and orange and black textured paper-covered boards, lettered in gilt to spine; in the original gray dust jacket lettered in green. A near fine copy with a touch of toning to extremities and rubbing to spine gilt, small bookseller's sticker to rear pastedown; in a good dust jacket with some chipping to extremities and toning to spine, vertical split down the length of the spine where it meets the front panel. Overall, a lovely copy. Enough Rope is the first collection of poems by Dorothy Parker, who is best known as a contributor to The New Yorker and founding member of the Algonquin Round Table. Specifically, the collection includes "Résumé," "Epitaph for a Darling Lady," "For an Unknown Lady," and "Words of Comfort to be Scratched on a Mirror," among others.