Crazy Salad & Scribble Scribble: Some Things about Women & Notes on the Media

Nora Ephron (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.95  $16.51
Publisher
Vintage
Publish Date
October 16, 2012
Pages
433
Dimensions
5.07 X 0.9 X 8.24 inches | 0.74 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780345804747
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About the Author

Nora Ephron was the author of the bestselling I Feel Bad About My Neck as well as Heartburn, Crazy Salad, Wallflower at the Orgy, and Scribble Scribble. She wrote and directed the hit movie Julie & Julia and received Academy Award nominations for Best Original Screenplay for When Harry Met Sally. . ., Silkwood, and Sleepless in Seattle, which she also directed. Her other credits include the script for the stage hit Love, Loss, and What I Wore with Delia Ephron. She died in 2012.

Reviews

"A woman for all seasons, tender and tough in just the right proportions." --The New York Times

"A tremendously talented woman from a significant American period. . . . tremendous talent is her forte, her strong suit, her fiendish trump card." --The Washington Post

"Truly funny and wonderfully wise." --Chicago Tribune

"Witty whiplash prose--a delight to read." --Publishers Weekly

"Nora Ephron can write about anything better than anybody else can write about anything." --The New York Times

"Stylish, opinionated, with a kind of take-no-prisoners fearlessness rooted in both the women's movement and the equally complex terrain of her own emotions" --Los Angeles Times

"As tart and refreshing as the first gin and tonic of summer." --The New York Times Book Review

"A brilliant, restless mind." --Ms.

"Funny, shrewd, devastating." --Newsweek

"Nora Ephron is, in essence, one of the original bloggers--and if everyone could write like her, what a lovely place the Internet would be. . . . telling stories that were, more often than not, ultimately about herself, and doing so with such warmth, wit and skill that they became universal." --The Seattle Times

"Always funny." --Mademoiselle

"Pure delight." --Playboy