Susanna Moore

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Susanna Moore's The Life of Objects

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Susanna Moore talks about her new novel, The Life of Objects. It’s about a 17-year-old Irish woman who joins the Berlin household of Felix and Dorothea Metzenburg. Art collectors, and friends to the most fascinating men and women in Europe, the Metzenburgs introduce Beatrice to a world in which she finds more to desire than she ever imagined. But the threat of Nazi terror, the deportation and murder of Jews, and the hordes of refugees fleeing the advancing Red Army cast a dark shadow.

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Susanna Moore: The Life of Objects

Friday, September 14, 2012

Susanna Moore remains best known for her 1995 erotic thriller In the Cut, about a writing teacher who descends into a seedy world of murder and sexual violence. Her latest novel, The Life of Objects, is told from the point of view of an Irish girl, Beatrice, who comes to work ...


Susanna Moore

Friday, May 25, 2007

Kurt talks with Susanna Moore, whose new novel, The Big Girls, is set in a women's prison. There she spins a singular, haunting tale about a woman who has killed her children. Excerpts read by Kaylin Clinton and Mallory Kasdan.


Aha Moment: Antonio Machin

Saturday, January 13, 2001

Novelist Susanna Moore author of My Old Sweetheart, In the Cut, and The Whiteness of Bones, finds inspiration in the music of 1940s Cuban singer Antonio Machin.

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