Publish date: September 5th 2006
Publisher: McClelland & Stewart
Pages no: 240
Edition language: English
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, Adult Fiction
, Literary Fiction
, Short Stories
, Canadian Literature
, Short Story Collection
I’m not sure how to react this. This shouldn’t happen. Moral Disorder is part of a literary movement that’s close to me. Stories about the daily lives of people grab me like no other. I can forgive many flaws – lack of characters, lack of narrative structure – if the events are vivid enough.Somethin...
This collection of linked short stories chronicles the life of a woman named Nell. The stories aren't in chronological order, but they begin with Nell's childhood and continue until she is in her 60s.I'm a huge fan of Margaret Atwood. She might be my favorite author ever, but I didn't like this book...
Margaret Atwood is the kind of writer who is hard to write about. She has a mastery and command of language that draws you in and wraps you up. I'm so glad I read this collection of stories!
What a wonderful read! If you haven't noticed, I've been on a bit of an Atwood kick lately, and while this one is very different than her dystopian novels I've been reading, I absolutely LOVE getting lost in the lush prose word forests of such an incredible mind.This short story collection features ...
I am not a big fan of short stories in general. And I didn’t even know this was a collection of short stories because the blurb on the German edition (which I bought at a bargain!) did not make that very clear. After reading this I know why it failed to do so. This doesn’t feel like a collection of ...
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