Crazy salad: some things about women

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Knopf: distributed by Random House, Jun 1, 1975 - Humor - 201 pages
The absurdities and realities of female existence in the early 1970's are incisively chronicled

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Twenty-five pieces written from 1972 to 1974 and published in Esquire, New York Magazine, and Rolling Stone. Ephron discusses her problem with being a journalist and a feminist. If she writes about an ... Read full review

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Somehow 1972 seems so long ago. Nora Ephron's essays are funny and sharp, but so many of them seem to somehow read as oddly-ancient history, particularly the daily practicalities and impracticalities of being a feminist (or Women's Lib-er, really) in New York. Read full review

Contents

Fantasies
13
Reunion
28
Vaginal Politics
47
Copyright

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Nora Ephron is also the author of "Wallflower at the Orgy," She 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 film "Michael "and the play "Imaginary Friends," She lives in New York City with her husband, writer Nicholas Pileggi.

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