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Ebook Bark by Lorrie Moore read! Book Title: Bark
The author of the book: Lorrie Moore
Edition: Bompiani
The size of the: 725 KB
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Date of issue: March 2015
ISBN: 884527909X
ISBN 13: 9788845279096
Language: English
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Quindici anni dopo Ballando in America, Lorrie Moore torna con una raccolta di racconti che la conferma come una delle più grandi interpreti di questo genere letterario. Divorziati alla ricerca di una seconda occasione. Rocker allo sbando. Feste di matrimonio tragicomiche. L’America che si deve ancora riprendere dall’11 settembre: otto storie fulminanti, indimenticabili, che rivelano lo stato di grazia dell’autrice, il suo perfetto e inarrivabile equilibrio tra cattiveria, umorismo, potenza letteraria, analisi dei sentimenti umani. “Questa è la ragione per cui Lorrie Moore è così amata: è intelligente, è divertente e il suo occhio è tagliente come la sua lingua. La sola ragione per non leggere questi racconti è che descrivono con troppa precisione e sensibilità chi siamo, come viviamo, il mondo che ci circonda. Potrebbero farci paura. Ma, in fondo, che senso avrebbe leggere storie che non siano capaci di questo?”


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Ebook Bark read Online! Lorrie Moore was born in Glens Falls, New York in 1957. She attended St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, where she tutored on an Indian reservation, and was editor of the university literary magazine and, at age 19, won Seventeen Magazine’s Fiction Contest. After graduating summa cum laude, she worked in New York for two years before going on to received a Masters in Fine Arts from Cornell University.

Over the course of the last two decades Lorrie Moore has earned a place among the finest writers in this country by exploring the lives of modern women and men, many of them in the Midwest, as they confront the often absurd indignities of ordinary life, most particularly the quest for love and companionship. Her short stories have charted this territory with unfailing intelligence, an almost miraculous wit, and remarkable depth of feeling. Her prose is at once supple and sharp, hilarious and heartrending, and it has come to constitute an unmistakable prose style all her own. Like all great writers, she has managed to bring the pathos of her characters down into the very grammar of her sentences, and as a result her mature work has a generous, open, pellucid quality and a wonderful unexpectedness. It is the work of a writer who has mastered her art. Lorrie Moore’s stories are gifts, for her hard won, no doubt, but for her readers, pure pleasure.

She has been a Professor at the University of Wisconsin since 1984, where she is currently Delmore Schwartz Professor in the Humanities.

Her most recent, A Gate at the Stairs, was published in September, 2009. It was a New York Times bestseller, and was named by the publication one of the year's best books.


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