Lorrie Moore's short stories never seem to have a point. As a voracious fiction reader, this bothered me at first. Why doesn't she say clearly what we should be getting out of each story? Over time, I've learned to appreciate the ambiguity. Moore's stories read like (exceedingly well written) tales from a nursing home. You don't really know the point, but they're lovely to hear.
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