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I Remember Nothing

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  1. “ I Remember Nothing reads like a swan song But here’s hoping that Ephron, who will turn 70 next year, has at least a few more terrific books and movies in her.†-David Kamp, Vanity Fair “Reading these succinct, razor-sharp essays by veteran humorist, novelist, and screenwriter-director Ephron is to be reminded that she cut her teeth as a New York Post writer in.
  2. Nov 09,  · The writer and filmmaker joins NPR's Renee Montagne to discuss her new book, I Remember Nothing, which includes wry meditations on aging, .
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  4. Nov 01,  · And sometimes I'm forced to conclude that I remember nothing. For example: I met Eleanor Roosevelt. It was June , and I was on my way to a political internship at the Kennedy White House. All the Wellesley/Vassar interns drove to Hyde Park to meet the former first lady/5().
  5. Feb 07,  · I Remember Nothing, by Nora Ephron, is a collection of twenty-three personal reflections that address the many aspects of aging with insight and wit. The challenges of new technology, a failing memory and the passing of family members are poignant and relatable.
  6. Filled with insights and observations that instantly ring true, I Remember Nothing is a delightful, poignant gift from one of our finest writers. 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.
  7. I Remember Nothing. by Nora Ephron. ebook. Read a sample Read a sample Description; Details; Reviews; Nora Ephron returns with her first book since the astounding success of I Feel Bad About My Neck, taking a cool, hard, hilarious look at the past, the present, and the future, bemoaning the vicissitudes of modern.
  8. 'I Remember Nothing': Nora Ephron's Senior Moment She may not have reached what she calls "the nadir of old age, the Land of Anecdote," but the Oscar-nominated screenwriter still knows how to tell.

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