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"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.
Delia is a beautiful goddess-heiress of twenty-two, with eyes of flame and a will of steel, a very agreeable and winning heroine.
This theory was first publicly maintained by Miss Delia Bacon in 1857.Nineteenth Century Questions|James Freeman Clarke
Mrs. Mansfield never tried to talk to Delia in a crowd, and she and Charmian went on into the big room.The Way of Ambition|Robert Hichens
Diana, returning from a conference with Delia, asked, "Where's Betty?"Glory of Youth|Temple Bailey
This was Delia's old voice, and Caroline smiled happily at her.