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Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: Stories In the her tenth collection the title story of which is the basis for the new film Hateship Loveship , Alice Munro achieves new heights, creating narratives that loop and swerve like memory, and conjuring up characters as thorny and contradictory as people we know ourselvesA tough minded housekeeper jettisons the habits of a lifetime because of a teenager s practical joke A college student visiting her brassy, unconventional aunt stumbles on an astonishing secret and its meaning in her own life An incorrigible philanderer responds with unexpected grace to his wife s nursing home romance Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage is Munro at her best, tirelessly observant, serenely free of illusion, deeply and gloriously humane

About the Author: Alice Munro

Alice Ann Munro, n e Laidlaw, is a Canadian short story writer who is widely considered one of the world s premier fiction writers Munro is a three time winner of Canada s Governor General s Award for fiction Her stories focus on human relationships looked at through the lens of daily life She has thus been referred to as the Canadian Chekhov She is the winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature Arabic Persian Russian Cyrillic Ukrainian Cyrillic Bulgarian Cyrillic Slovak Alice Munroov Serbian Alis Manro

10 thoughts on “Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: Stories

  1. Fergus Fergus says:

    A COLLECTION OF PARADIGM SHIFTS INTO OTHER FOLKS PRIVATE HEADSPACE When this diminutive little lady from small town Ontario, Canada won the Nobel Prize for Literature she remarked I want my stories to move people I don t care if they re women, men or children I want my stories to be something about life that makes

  2. Julie Julie says:

    My reaction to almost every movie I watch is to announce loudly to the room after finishing it, WELL, I LL NEVER GET THOSE TWO HOURS OF MY LIFE BACK I get peevish and resentful after sitting through bad movies, and I usually need to read a new book or watch Colin Firth as Mr Darcy emerging from the lake in his wet, white s

  3. Glenn Sumi Glenn Sumi says:

    A lifetime of reading Alice MunroI feel like I ve grown up with Alice Munro I studied some of her short stories as a student high school and college I took a senior seminar in her work at university long before she won the Nobel Prize for Literature I ve seen her read several times my favourite was when she read the masterpiece Di

  4. Emily Emily says:

    I sometimes get into conversations with people who have a hard time connecting with the short story format they say that they hardly have time to muster an emotional involvement in the characters and events, before the story is over To those readers I might recommend Alice Munro True, I have only experienced one of her collections, but th

  5. Ines Ines says:

    I find myself shamefully admitting that I have made a huge effort to finish this book, it is not the first time I read Alice Munro, but in this work I found myself in serious difficulty to appreciate anything.I have no idea if this was due to the Italian translation, in my opinion not perfect, but the writing seemed to me tedious and syntacticall

  6. Teresa Teresa says:

    Every time I read Munro, I wonder what took me so long to get back to her But it s good to have space with her Her stories are overwhelming, leaving you thinking long past you ve read their last pages A story I thought would be my least favorite What Is Remembered , I read a second time because my mind was completely changed by its end Her characters lin

  7. Peter Boyle Peter Boyle says:

    Alice Munro, where have you been all my life The level of observation and psychological insight on show in this collection, the ability to explore and portray complex human emotions in just a few sentences these are the reasons I read fiction I feel giddy about the many Munro books I have yet to read.There are nine stories in this one, set mostly in western Cana

  8. Leo Robertson Leo Robertson says:

    Reading Munro is daunting at first you can t read her stories like other people s I thought I could get through at my usual 75% concentration, skimming past the details of the cousin s wedding and blah blah other accessory nonsense But with Munro, nothing can be taken as accessory You ll read for three pages, realise you haven t been paying attention and that Munro won

  9. Allison Allison says:

    If this book had been a novel, I would have put it down after the first 50 pages However, because it is a collection of short stories, I convinced myself that maybe the next story would beinteresting if I didn t keep reading, I might not be giving Munro a fair chance.Alas, I reached the end of the book and felt nothing but relief relief that it was over Munro is a lovely writer

  10. Laysee Laysee says:

    Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage is my fifth book by Alice Munro and also the least pleasing Munro writes exceptionally fine prose and if I were to rate this collection of short stories on prose alone, I would give this five stars I continue to marvel at Munro s facility to express the intractable, the sublimal, and the unutterable with startling clarity The nine sto

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