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Nora Ephron Writing Styles in I Feel Bad About My Neck

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Perspective

Nora Ephron uses her perspective as an aging woman to convey the trials and tribulations of being a woman with humor and fun. She pulls from her own life in an almost autobiographical format. She does follow the advice from her mother and makes herself the hero and not the victim of the humor. The objective of the book is really to make women laugh at the effects of aging and all things that women struggle to endure. She makes it clear from her title that this is a book about women, and because of that, it is written for women. She is successful in reaching her target audience. She speaks to women about what affects them most. Her own shortcomings help women to see beyond their own, and to help them reach for their goals and remember they are not alone in what they feel or experience...

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