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Moral Disorder and Other Stories

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  • Posted July 9, 2013

    more from this reviewer

    Isn't Margaret Atwood just amazing?  I got a little behind on my

    Isn't Margaret Atwood just amazing?  I got a little behind on my Project Atwood, but I picked up Moral Disorder at the library and figured I'd just read a short story here and there.

    But I couldn't do that.  I ended up reading the entire book straight through, which is unusual when it's a book of short stories.  Similar to The Twelve Tribes of Hattie, Moral Disorder is a book of connected short stories.

    The stories span decades of time, but stick with many of the same characters, who are all related.  I really enjoyed them, and feel like this is a different type of book that I haven't seen yet from Atwood.  She can do dystopian political fiction on very tough topics, she can do poetry and short stories, nonfiction, and children's books.  Now this, which is an interconnected book of short stories!

    I guess the question is: What CAN'T Atwood do?

    Thanks for reading,

    Rebecca @ Love at First Book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2010

    beautiful

    I've never read a book by Margaret Atwood that I didn't love. She has a beautiful gift for portraying stories both vividly and eloquently. This book is no different. She flows through a woman's life durring crucial and altering moments. She captures emotions that are in some way familiar to everyone as the go through life.

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