New York: Viking Press, 1970. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/near fine. xii, 179 pp. Very slight spine lean, light sunning to top edge, name on front free endpaper; contents clean and sound. Dust jacket has one short (1/4 inch) tear. Nora Ephron's first book, a collection of essays in which she "interviews, anatomizes, and empathizes with some of the most-discussed figures in our much discussed Popular Culture," among them of Helen Gurley Brown, Jacqueline Susann, Julia Child, Craig Claiborne, Ayn Rand, Arthur Frommer, Bill Brass, and Mike Nichols. (Inventory #: 1662)
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