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Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You: Thirteen Stories by Alice Munro

Alice Munro (2013)

Canadian author Alice Munro is best known for her contemporary short stories. A masterful storyteller, she began writing stories in her teens and published her first works in her early 20s. Dear Life: Stories (2012) is her most recent publication. She is the first Canadian citizen to win the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Fun Fact: The film Away from Her is based on Alice Munro's short story "The Bear Came Over The Mountain".


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