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I Remember Nothing

I Remember NothingBuoyed by praise for I Feel Bad About My Neck, her slim 2006 collection of sardonic essays about aging, Nora Ephron returns with an even slimmer...I Remember NothingEssaysBuoyed by praise for I Feel Bad About My Neck, her slim 2006 collection of sardonic essays about aging, Nora Ephron returns with an even slimmer...2010-11-03Knopf
Nora Ephron | I Remember Nothing by Nora Ephron

I Remember Nothing by Nora Ephron

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I Remember Nothing

Genre: Essays; Author: Nora Ephron; Publisher: Knopf

Buoyed by praise for I Feel Bad About My Neck, her slim 2006 collection of sardonic essays about aging, Nora Ephron returns with an even slimmer collection of — well, not essays, exactly. Many are more like sketches for essays, and most originally appeared online or in The New York Times. Ephron?s themes are once again age-related: She bemoans her faulty memory; she?s annoyed by e-mail. As always, the language is knowing and sophisticated. But the tossed-off quality of these minor pieces ? brings to mind Gertrude Stein?s quip to Ernest Hemingway: ”Remarks are not literature.” B?

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