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Blog of a Bookslut:

Nora Ephron, an essayist and humorist in the Dorothy Parker mold (only smarter and funnier, some said) who became one of her era’s most successful screenwriters and filmmakers, making romantic comedy hits like “Sleepless in Seattle” and “When Harry Met Sally,” died Tuesday night in Manhattan. She was 71.



The Morning News: June 27, 2012: Morning

Paul Goldberger: RT @SteveMartinToGo: Wonderful description of Nora's wit. She made everything make sense. http://t.co/iQgnNlD1

Mamta Trivedi: RT @SteveMartinToGo: Wonderful description of Nora's wit. She made everything make sense. http://t.co/iQgnNlD1

Graham Bowley: Everything is copy. http://t.co/MxwQlt31

Epicurean Dealmaker: RT @lizzieohreally: "taking a bath, coming over the bridge to manhattan, pie." What a lovely obit. http://t.co/zcnOu7Xl

Lizzie O'Leary: "taking a bath, coming over the bridge to manhattan, pie." What a lovely obit. http://t.co/zcnOu7Xl

Daniel Drezner: Be sure to read Charles McGrath's obit of Nora Ephron all the way to the end. http://t.co/vmsmiUtV

Adam Sternbergh: A masterful @NYTimes obit for Nora Ephron by Charles McGrath. Last paragraph is beautiful and heartbreaking: http://t.co/Rdiqq5nk

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