Crazy salad: some things about women

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Knopf: distributed by Random House, 1975 - Social Science - 201 pages
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The absurdities and realities of female existence in the early 1970's are incisively chronicled

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Got me addicted to Nora and her writing style - Goodreads
They do have humor, but insights as well. - Goodreads
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I just finished “Nixonland” and needed a softer view of the early 1970s, though I don't think that's what I got. I believe that Ephron places herself in the tradition of Dorothy Parker, and I am so ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kim Bailey - Goodreads

I enjoyed the first 300 pages. After that I found it very dry and difficult to remain interested, which made the finishing of it a lengthy process. Read full review

Contents

Fantasies
13
Reunion
28
Vaginal Politics
47
Copyright

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About the author (1975)

Nora Ephron was born in New York in 1941 and raised in California. She is well-known as a journalist, novelist, and screenwriter. After graduating from Wellesley College in 1962 Ephron began her career as a journalist with the New York Post, where she remained until 1968. Her popularity grew and she began freelance writing, contributing articles and columns to Esquire and New York. In 1970 she published Wallflower at the Orgy, a collection of essays, and five years later followed with another collection called Crazy Salad: Some Things About Women. Ephron has also achieved success as a screenwriter, with such scripts as Silkwood (1983), Heartburn (1986), When Harry Met Sally (1989), Sleepless in Seattle (1993), and You've Got Mail (1998). Silkwood, When Harry Met Sally, and Sleepless in Seattle were all nominated for Academy Awards. Ephron divorced her first husband, the author Dan Greenburg, and married journalist Carl Bernstein; she was divorced from Bernstein in 1976. They have two children. She married Nicholas Pileggi, an author and screenwriter, in 1987.

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