"I'm not used to having my heart broken by Nora Ephron."
She's not alone. In what seems like a never ending stream of tweets, everyone from Judy Blume to Arianna Huffington to Jonah Hill has been taking toTwitter to remember the life and legacy of one of the most candid, humorous, and sharp voices of the century.
Take a look at some of the obituaries written for Ephron, and read just a few of the thousands of tweets below:
Obituaries and tributes:
Nora Ephron, 1941-2012 [NYMag]
Five Great Nora Ephron Movies Scenes [NYMag]
Heartbroken In Manhattan: Remembering Nora Ephron [HuffingtonPost]
Writer and Filmmaker With a Genius for Humor [NYTimes]
Nora Ephron: The Funniest Feminist [AtlanticWire]
Nora Ephron's 27 Best Quotes On Love, Life And Death [BuzzFeed]
[Nora Ephron, Meryl Streep, Amy Adams, photo via]
[Woody Allen, Nora Ephron, photo via]
-Judy Blume [@judyblume] tweeted:
Nora Ephron. How could you die? You were the smartest, funniest, most talented person ever and I wanted to be your friend. Too sad.
[Nora Ephron, via]
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