In Anagrams, Lorrie Moore deftly weaves a complex plot with sensitivity and razor-sharp wit.
Benna Carpenter makes anagrams out of words - but also out of life. Changing the facts, she invents new roles - night-club singer, aerobics teacher, poet; and new people - a daughter, a lover, a friend.
Lorrie Moore is the award-winning author of the story collections Self-Help, Like Life, and Birds of America, and the novels Anagrams and Who will Run the Frog Hospital? and A Gate at the Stairs. She currently teaches English at the University of Wisconsin in Madison.
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