Dorothy Thompson, labeling, Journalists
Arts and Humanities
By the mid-1930S the journalist Dorothy Thompson had become "sufficienty important for writers and cartoonists to satirize her." They gave her a multitude of labels-zoological, mythological, and otherwise-which Betz surveys herein.
Betz, Frederick "What's in a Name? Characterization and Caricature in Dorothy Thompson Criticism," The Courier 1996:51-74.