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Moral Disorder by Margaret Atwood
Moral Disorder is a set of 11 short stories, all ostensibly about the same woman, called Nell in some and told in first person in the others. It covers different aspects of her life, from her life with Tig and his sons, to her relationship with her little sister, Lizzie, both at her birth and as a mentally-ill adult, to both her parents and Tig's ex-wife. The stories are told in non-chronological order, giving glimpses into moments of a woman's life. Margaret Atwood's book has received mostly positive reviews with The Observer saying, "The blurb for this book anxiously declares that Moral Disorder is 'almost a novel', but it is so much better than a novel. This is a book that, structurally as well as thematically, invites readers to experience the orderly and disorderly beginnings, endings and in betweens of a life."