Heartburn is an autobiographical novel based on Nora Ephron's life story about her second marriage to Carl Bernstein. It especially focuses on his affair with Margaret Jay, daughter of James Callaghan. Ephron also wrote the screenplay for the film based on the novel starring Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson. The novel is a vivid depiction of the breakdown of a marriage. Its strong autobiographical content provides a fascinating insight into one of the 'power couples' of the late 1970's. It is Nora Ephron's first published novel but in it we can find mentions of subjects that she will go on to...
|Genre:||Fiction, Autobiographical novel|
|Number of editions:||8|