- Up the Wall with Erma. // Time;4/13/1970, Vol. 95 Issue 15, p44
The article focuses on columnist Erma Bombeck's columns. The column of Bombeck focuses on routine reality and deals with the issues of everyday housewife, abortion and the contraceptive pills. As her columns are filled with humor they provide her perspective on serious issues in a light and...
- Awaiting transplant. // Editor & Publisher;10/9/93, Vol. 126 Issue 41, p32
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- Time heals--laughter helps. // Redbook;Oct92, Vol. 179 Issue 6, p52
Recounts how the author, humorist Erma Bombeck, discovered she had breast cancer. She tells how she used humor and optimism to help her deal with her fears, anxieties and surgery.
- TRAVELS WITH ERMA BOMBECK. Miller, H.G. // Saturday Evening Post;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 263 Issue 7, p48
Presents an interview with humor columnist Erma Bombeck who describes her world travels in her latest book `When You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It's Time to Go Home.' Different kinds of humor; Recollections of trips to obscure areas of the world; Dream vacation; Taking kids on vacation;...
- A Christmas Treasury from Erma. // Good Housekeeping;Dec96, Vol. 223 Issue 6, p134
Presents an excerpt from Erma Bombeck's published book that reminds the readers how funny the holiday season can be.
- Smart, funny Erma soars free. Curran, Dolores // National Catholic Reporter;5/10/96, Vol. 32 Issue 28, p2
Pays tribute to the literary works of Erma Bombeck. Extent of influence of Bombeck's works on the lives of people; Views on poverty, drugs, and war; Bombeck's suffering from a kidney disease.
- The way we are. Wyse, L. // Good Housekeeping;Apr90, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p274
Opinion. Explains how author/humorist Erma Bombeck came to write the book `I Want to Grow Hair, I Want to Grow Up, I Want to Go to Boise.' Discusses a speech Bombeck gave on the subject; Her charitable work.
- Our friend Erma. Chin, Paula; Small, Michael // People;2/21/94, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p81
Profiles author Erma Bombeck. Dialysis treatment for polycystic kidney disease; Disclosure of details of marriage in the book `A Marriage Made in Heaven...or Too Tired for an Affair'; Motherhood; Children's inheritance of the disease.
- HOUSEWIFE CONFIDENTIAL. Flanagan, Cattlin // Atlantic;Sep2003, Vol. 292 Issue 2, p141
The article explores the image of post-war housewives in America. Contrary to the claims of the women's movement, the article argues, many American women were glad to leave the uncertainty of World War II and the Depression for the domesticity of the home. They were likewise wise enough to...