Lorrie Moore

novelist and short story writer

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American novelist and short story writer

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Lorrie Moore's darkly humorous stories follow middle-aged men and women in states of lonely desperation trapped by the absurdities of their everyday lives.

Lorrie Moore: Bark

Lorrie Moore's darkly humorous stories follow middle-aged men and women in states of lonely desperation trapped by the absurdities of their everyday lives.

from Bookworm

Lorrie Moore: Bark

from Bookworm

Lorrie Moore: A Gate at the Stairs

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