Meredith Saunders, eighteen and red-haired, is born wise, bossy, funny and a bit of a brooder. When she wrestles with the big issues, her best friend Custer calls her The Moralist. She is in remission from leukemia and feels a bit lonely because all of her friends have gotten on with their lives – even Custer, who has the hots for Carmencita.
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In The Moralist of the Alphabet Streets, Fabienne Marsh, whose first novel, Long Distances, drew rave reviews, introduces us to a memorable young woman and skillfully immerses us in the hilarious, closely-woven messiness of neighborhood life, while also reminding us of how messy the world is outside the Alphabet Streets.About the Author:
Fabienne Marsh is the author of three novels and numerous works of non-fiction. Her film credits have appeared on dozens of documentary films and she has taught writing at both Johns Hopkins University and the University of Minnesota.
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Book Description Algonquin Books, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110945575475