'The best American writer of her generation.' Nick Hornby
'How lucky we are that we have Lorrie Moore.' Lauren Groff
'Lorrie Moore is one of my absolute heroes.' Sinéad Gleeson
'Moore's prose is poetic, sharp and devastatingly funny.' Guardian
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.
In Anagrams, Lorrie Moore deftly weaves a complex plot with sensitivity and razor-sharp wit.
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