narrative approach

by Margaret Atwood

Unwary readers attempting to read Moral Disorder as a novel – an easy mistake given the lack of direction on the cover – do so at their own peril. Diligent readers who look at the flap copy will learn that the book is “a series of interrelated stories that trace the course of a life,” though there is much less of a continuous narrative here than even that suggests, since the voice and narrative approach change from story to story. Read more…