Canadian born Alice Munro, a world-class writer whose name comes up on lists of potential Nobel Literature candidates, is writing at the peak of her powers in “Dear Life”. Her 14 new stories are so fluid and close to the mystery of life that reading them is like being inside the mind of the writer as she creates, shaping language within her spacious imagination, suffusing words with empathy, darting in unexpected directions before she reveals a final mysterious truth.
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