Nora Ephron; India Knight
Offers an anthology of author's writings on journalism, feminism, and being a woman; on the importance of food (including of course her favourite recipes), and on the bittersweet reality of...
Though primarily known as a novelist, over thirty years the author has also built up a reputation as one of our most entertaining and insightful critics of contemporary culture. This...
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