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They head out for “a drive” in pure ’90s grunge — via Delia’s, we’re quite sure — and share a few carefree moments in a vacant parking lot.‘Cruel Summer’ finale reveals the truth about its biggest mystery. We think.|Bethonie Butler|June 16, 2021|Washington Post
"When the conversation turns to dogs, you know the party is five minutes from being over," Delia writes.
Finding writing therapeutic, Delia channeled her feelings of loss onto paper.
In her first memoir, Delia Ephron talks bad hair days, her lack of religion, and losing her big sister Nora.
“I practice Ephron,” Delia Ephron told me when asked about her religion.
And so come the most surprising facet of Delia's memoir, her choice to lead with the emotionally heaviest subject—Nora's death.
He disappeared ever such a long time ago, and poor Miss Robinson—Delia—naturally wants to find him.
What has happened, Miss Delia, is that I have learnt at last the secret that my heart has been striving to tell me for weeks past.
But, as Delia's mother, I ought to warn you that she is hardly fitted to take the place of your housekeeper.
But Thyrsis found to his pain that it was impossible to make these considerations of any real import to Delia.
Delia Gordon came nearly every day to see Corydon, and once or twice Corydon went down to the town and had lunch with her.