Nora Ephron | Critical Essay by Clarence Petersen

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Critical Essay by Clarence Petersen

And Now, Here's Johnny attempts to unveil the "real" Johnny Carson, but Carson mightily resists unveiling. Miss Ephron complains that in interviews he gave short, noncommittal answers…. But the author combed assiduously through old magazine and newspaper files for quotes, anecdotes and information, and pieced together a life story that will doubtless interest all who are dying to know what Johnny Carson is really like.

Clarence Petersen, "Paperbacks: 'And Now, Here's Johnny'," in Book World—Chicago Tribune (© Postrib Corp.; reprinted by permission of Chicago Tribune and The Washington Post), October 27, 1968, p. 21.

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