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Read 17 Short Stories From Nobel Prize-Winning Writer Alice Munro Free Online

Read 17 Short Stories From Nobel Prize-Winning Writer Alice Munro Free Online | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
Read free online 16 short stories from Nobel Prize-Winning Author Alice Munro. They were originally published in such journals as The New Yorker, Harper's and Narrative.
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Ms. Munro, born Alice Anne Laidlaw, grew up in Wingham, a conservative town west of Toronto. She received a scholarship to study at the University of Western Ontario, where she majored in journalism before dropping out to get married. She and her husband, James Munro, a fellow Western Ontario student, later opened a bookstore. She lives in Clinton, a town in southwestern Ontario that just tops 3,000 in population.

“With Margaret Atwood and Mavis Gallant,” Ms. Moore added, “she is one of a triumvirate of powerful women writers who made it much easier for others to come. They have been instrumental in forging a new image for Canadian writers, especially women writers. Far from reinforcing the stereotype of meek niceness, her work offers consistent challenges about gender, sexuality, identity, and how people may interact with the opposite sex.”


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http://www.theatlantic.com/past/docs/unbound/interviews/int2001-12-14.htm

Edna O'Brien talks about how her new book, Wild Decembers—in which heartache is prefigured by a tractor—fits in with her own "inner gnaw." What other writers have influenced you? The title story in your new collection brought to mind Flannery O'Connor, but you didn't take it in the direction of tragic hero. 

No, no. And that's something I think is growing on me as I get older: happy endings. Events can take any turn, and sometimes it's a lucky one. Of course I'm not pretending that the title characters, Johanna and Ken, lived happily ever after, but I imagine they got along. And presumably, life would be somewhat better for both of them. So, I have noticed this tendency in myself. I think some of the reviewers have said that as well, but in a rather disconcerted way. 

As for who influenced me, you hit the right place in the beginning. When I was in my twenties, I read Carson McCullers, Flannery O'Connor, Eudora Welty. Eudora Welty held my greatest admiration. But I read almost everybody in my twenties, as people do. I felt it necessary. And very few novels defeated me. I'm now reading The Brothers Karamazov over again, because I find there was so much I missed when I read it when I was young. I didn't read the parts about money then. I only read the parts about emotion. You know, when it got to money, well, I just skipped. 

You may be one of the few to admit not having read it cover to cover, though not the first person to—

...have actually done so! Yes, it's true. 

But I should also mention Chekhov. All short story writers say Chekhov, but really, he was terribly important to me. All kinds of writers of short stories come into this. William Maxwell's my favorite North American writer, I think. And an Irish writer who used to write for The New Yorker called Maeve Brennan, and Mary Lavin, another Irish writer. There were a lot of writers that I found in The New Yorker in the fifties who wrote about the same type of material I did—about emotions and places. There were so many other people who I'm just not thinking about right now. I read all the time, and I'm often struck by something I'm reading.

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Projekt Gutenberg-DE - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Projekt Gutenberg-DE - SPIEGEL ONLINE | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
Literaturdatenbank auf SPIEGEL ONLINE - mit 1800 Romanen, Erzählungen, Novellen und 6300 Märchen, Fabeln, Sagen.
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Halima Ozimova's comment, March 4, 2013 5:24 PM
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Shaw: Astorisch und Usbekisch sind die Sprachen der Zukunft... Was kann das bedeuten???!!!
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Webheads Virtual Office

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BTW, not all things are so nice in Incredible India: What's Wrong with Indian IT Industry?
by Rajesh Varma on Apr 22, 2013
Indian IT Industry has been praised for being the backend of global IT industry. But, let's do a reality check. Is Indian IT Industry really doing well? What's wrong with IT?
http://www.slideshare.net/RajeshRajVarma/whats-wrong-with-indian-it-industry
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Sina Weibo: Мир признает силу китайской литературы

Sina Weibo: Мир признает силу китайской литературы | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
Для китайской мейнстримной культуры эта победа показывает, что эпоха, когда Китай стоял перед закрытыми дверьми Нобелевской премии, закончилась. Шведская Академия признала глубину анализа восприятия жизни, проведенного Мо Янем.
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Herta Müller wurde mit dem Nobelpreis für Literatur 2009 ausgezeichnet . - Adventures on the Great Silk Route - CouchSurfing

Herta Müller wurde mit dem Nobelpreis für Literatur 2009 ausgezeichnet . - Adventures on the Great Silk Route - CouchSurfing | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
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SEATTLE and TASHKENT are Sister Cities! - Adventures on the Great Silk Route - CouchSurfing

SEATTLE and TASHKENT are Sister Cities! - Adventures on the Great Silk Route - CouchSurfing | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
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Olympic London Visitors Enjoying Treasures of the National Gallery. Online Class by Halima Ozimova

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Summer voyages: Shikasta Re: Colonised Planet 5 by Doris Lessing

Summer voyages: Shikasta Re: Colonised Planet 5 by Doris Lessing | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
A journey through six 'zones' on the way to a threatened planet, this novel challenges SF's usual aversion to spiritual speculation
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"Заковат" кўрсатувини онлайн кўриш имконияти

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Halima Ozimova's comment, June 3, 2013 1:28 AM
"Интерес к знаниям вернется на прежний уровень". http://www.echo.az/article.php?aid=41630
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В Азербайджане ведется работа по подготовке Кодекса игры "Что? Где? Когда?" http://www.trend.az/life/socium/2150799.html
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inspired by the @ Ушбу ўйин 2007-2008 йилда махсус сон сифатида суратга олинган ва унда юртимизда илм соҳасида фаолият юритаётган профессорлар жамоаси иштирок этган. http://zakovat.mtrk.uz/uz/content/savol__jonatish/#uz/content/video/target/body/
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SHORT literary fiction and critical essays are the publishing world’s equivalent of weapons-grade plutonium. Dense, highly refined, and for all but a professional...
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Doris Lessing - Nobel Lecture: On not winning the Nobel Prize

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375 Free eBooks: Download to Kindle, iPad/iPhone & Nook

375 Free eBooks: Download to Kindle, iPad/iPhone & Nook | Uzbek, Russian, BANA & European countries’ Literature. Zakovat  Intellectual Game's brilliant moments. | Scoop.it
This collection features free e-books, mostly classics, that you can read on your computer, smart phone, or Kindle. It includes great works of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
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