newyorker:

Nora Ephron, 1941-2012

Read Ariel Levy’s remembrance of Nora Ephron, “Everyone’s Arch and Insightful New Best Friend”: http://nyr.kr/MooDBF 

And here are some of the many wonderful pieces that Ephron wrote for the magazine:

My Life As an Heiress
Ephron’s Personal History about her uncle and her inheritance.
October 11, 2010

The Girl Who Fixed the Umlaut
A spoof of Stieg Larsson’s “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.”
July 5, 2010

No, But We Saw the Movie
Confusion sets in after seeing the adaptation of “No Country For Old Men.”
November 26, 2007

Moving On
Ephron writes about her love affair with her Upper West Side apartment, in the Apthorp.
June 5, 2006

Serial Monogamy
An essay about the cooks and cookbooks that influenced Ephron over the years.
February 13, 2006

Read more Nora Ephron pieces from The New Yorker archive.

Read Ariel Levy’s 2009 Profile of Nora Ephron.

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