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Download kindle é Who Do You Think You Are ß ☆ ❮Epub❯ ➟ Who Do You Think You Are? Author Alice Munro – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk A new book by Alice Munro is always a major event providing striking proof that a book can be both extremely popular and of the very highest literary uality It is significanUr years in the making a reflection of the author's determination to select only polished work that is truly excelle Rating 25 of fiveI hate Flo and dislike Rose and can think of no possible reason for anyone to read than the Pearl Rule reuires or the first three stories whichever comes first in your editionThe entire unkind review is on my blog Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud

Who Do You Think You Are Ur years in the making a reflection of the author's determination to select only polished work that is truly excelle Rating 25 of fiveI hate Flo and dislike Rose and can think of no possible reason for anyone to read than the Pearl Rule reuires or the first three stories whichever comes first in your editionThe entire unkind review is on my blog Expendable Mudge Muses Aloud

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Who Do You Think You Are? ✓ A new book by Alice Munro is always a major event providing striking proof that a book can be both extremely popular Alice Munro tells me some vital facts about myself and what fuels my reading passionWhy? I can't review her at all I read her stories this is my fourth collection find pleasure in the calm and uiet settings and characters full of subtext and possibilities for own interpretations I bow to her incredible skill to create atmosphere And yetI close the collections one after the other with a feeling of Yes that is it With a feeling of the Nothingness that is slowly eating the imaginary world in The Neverending Story Alice Munro's world is not mine and I can't make it mine however much I try Admiration for her writing never changes into passionate approval or disapproval never makes me laugh or cry or yell or joke in my head Her prose doesn't TALK to me and I have nothing absolutely nothing to add to the perfection with which she forms her carefully crafted charactersI give the collection all the literary stars it deserves while feeling a strange sadness that it isn't meant for me What I learn reading Munro is that I want to be intellectually politically aesthetically challenged in my reading I want to kick and scream and fight or laugh tears I want wild thoughts and crazy characters and language that bends and stretches the conventions rather than adding words like pearls on a string to make a pretty yet boring patternSo Alice Munro Every once in a while I pick up some of your stories bow to your talent and skip the review as I have nothing to say pdf ☆ ✓ Alice Munro

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Alice Munro ✓ book And of the very highest literary uality It is significant that this superb collection of linked stories has been fo I had never read Alice Munro before so I am grateful to The Mookse and the Gripes group's project revisiting the 1980 Booker shortlist This book is difficult to categorise and is somewhere between a short story collection and a novel I can see why the Booker jury chose to accept it as a novel because the stories are all episodes in the life of one woman Rose and they are arranged in a chronological seuence but each could eually be read as a self contained story Rose's mother died when she was young and the dominant figure in the early stories set during her childhood is her stepmother Flo who runs a shop in a poor district of a small Canadian town Her education allows her to escape but the last couple of stories see her sucked back as she deals with Flo in old ageThese are uiet stories with fairly humdrum subject matter but Munro is a master of telling detail and the whole adds up to something universal effective and moving