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Author: N. Jones,Nick Jones
ISBN: 0198312512
Pages: 160 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press (January 8, 1987)
Language: English
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
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e-Book Contemporary Stories: No.1 (Oxford Literature Resources) epub download

by N. Jones,Nick Jones



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Calling her a master of the contemporary short story, the Swedish Academy awarded 82-year-old Alice Munro the Nobel . Munro was no young literary phenom-she did not achieve fame in her twenties with stories in The New Yorker

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