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“What I love about it is what I love about Nora Ephron’s screenplays. It’s the casually-worn yet acute insight she has into the human condition – particularly the female condition – and the comedy with which she explores serious issues….it’s about a woman claiming her own narrative. Nora Ephron wrote Heartburn in 1983, but I think that that’s still enormously important in the current political climate. Particularly given that the man that Nora Ephron was married to in real life was a journalist, and therefore had control of all sorts of narratives.” Read more...
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The audiobook of Nora Ephron’s Heartburn is narrated by the American actress Meryl Streep.
Narrator: Meryl Streep
Length: 5 hours and 30 minutes