Category Archives: Alice Munro

When We Were Young (8)

This is a wonderful collection of Canadian Stories selected and Introduced by Stuart McLean. It is a must read for all Canadian readers as it is so enchanting and it takes one back to a time way back–well at least … Continue reading

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Lives of Girls and Women (100)

Lives of Girls and Women Alice Munro This is a classic from a noble winning writer from southwest Ontario. It is a treasure to know that we can have such a great writer right here in our own backyards. This … Continue reading

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Family Furnishings (99)

Family Furnishings Alice Munro This is a selection of stories by Alice Munro from 1995-2014. Despite the fact that she has retired, I think she may still secretly be writing. At least, I hope she is, because is truly a … Continue reading

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Too Much Happiness (98)

Too Much Happiness Alice Munro Lately, I have been trying to read some of Alice Munro’s books. And this book, no surprise, is another one of her gems. The stories in the book are witty, inspiring, and sad at the … Continue reading

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