5 edition of I Am Mary Dunne found in the catalog.
I Am Mary Dunne
November 25, 1985
Written in English
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I AM MARY DUNNE, published inis a powerful example. Moore impressively writes believably from the perspective of a woman. His use of details, which were contemporary when the books was written, but now have a feeling of historicity, provide even more insight into the main character and in so doing of the world that women had to navigate/5(6).
I Am Mary Dunne, written inis the sixth novel by Mr. Moore that I've read and I'm sorry to say that it's taken this long for me to realize that he and I are definitely having Sarah Vowell hit me like a ton of bricks, but Brian Moore came up quietly beside me, gently poking me in the ribs each time I walked into a book store/5(19).
He was the author of many novels, including The Colour of Blood, Lies of Silence, and The Doctor’s Wife—all shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize—as well as Catholics, The Statement, I Am Mary Dunne, and The Magician’s Wife.
The Luck of Ginger Coffey was awarded Canada’s most prestigious book prize, the Governor General’s Award for Brand: Open Road Media. About I am Mary Dunne. Who am I any more. All these names, who am I. After three marriages and four last names, Mary, a neurotic woman in her thirties, finds herself struggling to remember her own name and losing her sense of self.