Alice Munro (Munro Alice)( Canadian writer.)
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Everyday world of small prose - work, family relationships, love and friendship, the place of action - the provincial towns of Ontario. Careful attention to the writer to the complex, grotesque and unpredictable gives her paintings of rural life far from idyllic flavor. Rose, . A novel heroine who you are, . proper, . this? (Who Do You Think You Are?, . 1978), . capable izbyt its pathetic provincialism, . but the trauma of the past are forced to suffer even such a strong and independent personality, . what it will become a mature time of life,
. In the books Sometimes I tried to tell you (Sometimes I've Been Meaning to Tell You, . 1978), . Moons of Jupiter (The Moons of Jupiter, . 1983) and Way of Love (The Progress of Love, . 1986) it is very different heroine come to understand, . that they were not destined to find 'absolute freedom imaginable', . available only to children and indifferent to all adults 'eccentrics',
Munro was born July 10, 1931 in Uingame (Ontario). Studied at the University of Western Ontario. His first collection of stories, Dance of the happy shadows (The Dance of the Happy Shades), published in 1968. The stories in the collection of youth Friend (Friend of My Youth, 1990) extolled curiosity as the surest guarantee of happiness in life. Place of most stories in the collection of an open secret (Open Secrets, 1994) - Presbyterian village, and in this book, Munro is among their concerns: loneliness, love and sudden twists of fate that change people's lives.