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Moral Disorder: And Other Storiesby Margaret Atwood
Reading Group Guide
One of our best-loved storytellers, Margaret Atwood writes with a wry wit and a keen understanding of human nature. In Moral Disorder, she has created a series of interconnected stories that illuminate a lifetime of emotions, crossroads, and ironic fates. From the 1930s to the present, each decade serves as a rich palette for AtwoodÕs imaginative, at times wickedly humorous portrayal of the world. Guided by the protagonist, a writer named Nell, we tread terrain that ranges from the scenic to the treacherous: love lost and found, sibling rivalry and the nostalgia of childhood, political anxiety, the aging process, and contemporary life versus the raw power of nature.
A provocative depiction of humanity, Moral Disorder brims with topics for good conversation. We hope that the following questions will enhance your reading groupÕs discussion of this powerful collection.
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