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    Jean Moore,Jean F. Tener
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Associated archival material relating to A. Munro located at University of Waterloo Library, Waterloo Ontario. Further accruals expected.

Alice Munro: A Double Life (Canadian Biography) (English). Alice Munro( Series - Contemporary World Writers ) (English). Alice Munro: Writing Her Lives (English).

A work by the author who won the Governor General's Award for her 1968 collection of short stories 'Dance of the Happy Shades'. Users who liked this book, also liked. The Tumble of Reason: Alice Munro's Discourse of Absence (English). Alice Munro: A Double Life (Canadian Biography) (English). The Inner Voice - A Study of the Fiction of Alice Munro (English). Daughters and Mothers in Alice Munro's Later Stories (English). Alice Munro (English).

Ed. Jean F. Tener and Apollonia Steele. Biocritical essay by Catherine Sheldrake Ross. Canadian Archival Inventory Series, Literary Papers, No. 9. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1991. ISBN 0919813798, ISSN 0831-4497. The Alden Nowlan Papers. Jean Moore, Ed. Apollonia Steele and Jean F. Tener. Biocritical essay by Robert Gibbs. 10. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1992.

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A melding of literary analysis, biography, and artistic appreciation, The Cambridge Companion to Alice Munr. ollects 10. .

Notable among the other contributors is Canadian author Margaret Atwoo. ho focuses her discussion on Munro’s 1971 short-story collection Lives of Girls and Women. Steele, Apollonia, and Tener, Jean F. (ed.

Canadian-born Alice Munro has established herself as one of the world's finest contemporary short. In Alice Munro, Brenda Pfaus provides a unique and intriguing look at one of Canada's greatest. Stories About Storytellers: Publishing Alice Munro, Robertson Davies, Alistair MacLeod, Pierre. Alice Munro- Writing Her Lives. 05 MB·40 Downloads·New!. 15 MB·161 Downloads·New! WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE® IN LITERATURE 2013The incomparable Alice Munro’s bestselling. Ethics and Affects in the Fiction of Alice Munro.

Alice Munro Alice Munro Born Alice Ann Laidlaw 10 July 1931 Wingham, Ontario, Canada Author English Canadian Canada The University of Western Ontario Short stories. Notable award(s) Governor General's Award (1968, 1978, 1986) Giller Prize (1998, 2004) Man Booker International Prize (2009) Nobel Prize in Literature (2013) Spouse(s) James Munro (19511972) Gerald Fremlin (19762013, his death) 3.

Lecercle, Jean-Jacques. Alice Munro's Two Secrets. In Ventura and Conde. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1987). Tausky, Thomas E. Biocritical Essay.

Alice Munro was born in 1931 in Wingham, Ontario. After attending the University of Western Ontario, she moved to the west coast. She now lives in Clinton, Ontario. Her short stories have been read on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and published in many anthologies. She publishes in a variety of Canadian and American magazines, including regular contributions to the New Yorker.This highly gifted writer won the Governor General's Award for her 1968 collection of short stories Dance of the Happy Shades. In 1972, her Lives of Girls and Women was winner of the Canadian Booksellers Association International Book Year Award, and a section of this novel was produced in the CBC Performance series. In 1977, she was the first Canadian to be awarded the Canada-Australia Literary Prize. Her other publications include Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You (1974) and Who Do You Think You Are? (1978), the latter winning for Munro her second Governor General's Award.