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I think this is Alice Munro's best book of short stories -- I love all her work, but these stories are brilliant in ways that outshine all her others; they're lyrical, startling,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by LitCrit
Alice Munro talks of small-town life, unraveling relationships, and cruelty of children .... characters so simple you'd think you see them every day. And simple stories.. Read morePublished 2 months ago by mcurie
Disappointing! I really find that the characters lack the minimum emotions to be able to empathise with them!Published 2 months ago by Jo Piquer
I became interested in reading Alice Munro's stories after she received her Nobel prize. I should admit I didn't know who she was prior to that date. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alejandra Aranovich
Alice Munro's stories make me think and they speak to the human condition. Deeply written and sometimes subtle in her delivery, these stories are the kind that I want to discuss... Read morePublished 4 months ago by tiffanyturtle