Moral Disorder

Moral Disorder

And Other Stories

Book - 2008
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A collection of short fiction presents eleven stories that capture important moments in the course of a life and in the lives intertwined with it, in a volume that ranges from the 1930s to the 1980s.
Publisher: New York : Anchor Books, 2008
Edition: First Anchor Books edition
ISBN: 9780385721646
0385721641
Branch Call Number: FIC ATWOOD 2008
Characteristics: 225 pages ; 21 cm

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Anchattopadhyay
Jul 13, 2015

Atwood's stories always get me thinking and for those looking for more to read by her, try "happy endings"

multcolib_susannel Jul 28, 2014

Margaret Atwood never fails to impress me. This book can be read all together as a novel, or separately as short stories. Always, always Atwood's amazing writing shows through.

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nsbookclub
Jul 22, 2012

Read 2010

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Pisinga
Aug 16, 2011

She is a master of writing about trivial things in a manner that it is impossible to leave the reading without finishing it at once.

madame_librarian Jan 20, 2011

Margaret Atwood has a clever way of moving through the decades in this collection of related stories. The recurring main character, Nell, is a little girl anxious about the impending birth of a sibling in the 30s, a teenager just realizing that she's miles ahead of her boyfriend in intelligence and maturity in the 50s, a slightly rootless young woman in the 90s. As usual, Atwood packs a lot of social commentary in these gems and delivers it with a sharp wit and refreshing insights.
-Madame Librarian

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