I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

And Other Reflections

Large Print - 2010
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Ephron returns with her first book since the astounding success of "I Feel Bad About My Neck," taking a cold, hard, hilarious look at the past, the present, and the future, bemoaning the vicissitudes of modern life, and recalling with her signature clarity and wisdom everything she hasn't (yet) forgotten. A humorous collection of personal essays discusses the author's career in journalism, divorce, a long-anticipated inheritance with unanticipated results, and the evolution of her relationship with her e-mail in-box.
Publisher: New York : Random House Large Print, c2010
Edition: 1st large print ed
ISBN: 9780739378045
Branch Call Number: LP 814.54 EPH NVD
Characteristics: xi, 147 p. (large print) ; 24 cm


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Jul 22, 2017

Moments of laugh out loud funny. A very talented writer that knows how to entertain an audience. RIP Nora.

sherryd082 Jul 17, 2017

I can not wait to read this book.

May 08, 2017

This is definitely not an uplifting collection, but it still contains Nora's witty take on life and all that it entails. RIP Nora.

Aug 03, 2015

very uneven. some of the stories were funny and some sad. some great and some boring. too much name dropping and self aggrandizement for my taste

Apr 14, 2014

Sadly, this was Ephron’s last book before she passed away in 2012 at the age of 71. Her book reads somewhat like a lesson plan of mistakes to try to avoid in life - specifically her mistakes. She laments her two divorces, her movies that flopped, and once she gets going on the egg-white omelet, she really lets you know how she feels. Her tone sometimes reminds me of Bill Maher, but more sweet and elegant

Feb 18, 2014

Oh , my - this is my first reading of Nora's work . I felt her first story was very weak , but this was her last book - and her writing showed enormous courage an grace . She will be missed .

Jan 22, 2013

Funny, honest, and silly, with occasional flashes of wisdom.

Aug 22, 2012

This was really good--but sad. It's clear she knew she was dying

ELLYRUSK Aug 11, 2012

loved the book. read it in hardcover.

Apr 04, 2011

Remembering how funny the title story was in "I Feel Bad About My Neck," I took this out, hoping for more of the same, but was disappointed. Too much name dropping (of people whom I don't even recognize) and not entertaining enough. Once again, only the title piece about remembering is amusing. In both books, the remainder of the pieces just lack interest.

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tourist2 May 26, 2011

Not as funny as "I feel bad about my neck"


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