Moses Supposes

By Ellen Currie

Original Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Current Publisher: Out of Print

Fiction Finalists That Year: 

Fiction Winner That Year: William Gaddis for A Frolic of His Own

Fiction Judges That Year: Timothy Foote, Amy Hempel, Susanna Kaysen, John Casey, Randall Kenan

The Year in Literature:

  • The Shipping News by E. Annie Proulx won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
  • Kenzaburo Oe won the Nobel Prize for literature.

More Information: Moses Supposes was Curie’s first collection of short stories. Her first and only novel is Available Light (1986).

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    I think she is a perfect match for the moses supposes. She will deliver the best speeches in the presentation. I was attended in her several conferences and I hope I will attend the next tecture as well. Thanks for letting us know about the topic.
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