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I Feel Bad About My Neck: and Other Thoughts on Being a Woman

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Ephron, Nora(2006)
I Feel Bad About My Neck: and Other Thoughts on Being a Woman

As the author of I Feel Bad About My Neck: and Other Thoughts on Being a Woman, Nora Ephron takes a look at our society and helps us laugh at it. In this collection of essays, she appeals to women’s life experiences, recounting her own interactions with men, children, apartments, and purses. Aging is also a theme. Although “woman” is in the title, you do not have to be female to empathize with the universal themes of an aging body image or the loss of loved ones. At first glance, this book is a quick and easy read. But the individual essays invite the reader back. Nora Ephron’s essays are humorous at times, serious at others, but always insightful.

Reviewed by Linda O., University City Regional

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