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In this wry and knowing collection of essays and comic observation, Nora Ephron, the famous writer of Hollywood romantic comedies, tackles her own mortality and her innumerable attempts to stave off the inevitable by means of money, investing in hair dye, highlights, facials, spas, etc. Beneath the abundant humor is a tinge of melancholy and fear--but beneath that is more humor.
Number of Pages: 137
Sub-Genre: Form / Essays
Publisher: Vintage Books
Author: EPHRON, NORA
Street Date: April 8, 2008
Item Number (DPCI): 059-04-1591
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