Heartburn (film) Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Heartburn (film).

  • 6 Literature Criticisms
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455 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Christopher Lehmann-haupt [It's] a fairly pointless exercise to keep substituting real people and events for what goes on in the course of "Heartburn." After all... Read more
426 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Stuart Schoffman A pity Nora Ephron is so famous. A pity the grubby details of her divorce from muckraker Carl Bernstein have been trumpeted in the magazines and savored by millions ... Read more
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Critical Essay by Marni Jackson Heartburn is Ephron's first novel, and she was obviously nervous that her domestic tragedy would not translate well into comedy. She is eager to please, and her ... Read more
676 words, approx. 3 pages
Critical Essay by Rhoda Koenig The most publicized aspect of Heartburn—the resemblance of the book's action and characters to those of Nora Ephron's life—is the least impor... Read more
407 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Patricia Bosworth Novelists have been drawing from their own lives since time immemorial…. But nobody has been quite as inspired by her own drama as Nora Ephron in her first n... Read more
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Critical Essay by Frank Tuohy 'Heartburn' appears in England in a truncated form, and turns out to be nothing more surprising than 'Rhoda meets Henry Kissinger' (or, rather... Read more