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Alice Munro Papers (Canadian archival inventory series)

by Apollonia Steele

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Alice Munro was born in 1931 in Wingham, Ontario. After attending the University of Western Ontario, she moved to the west coast. She now lives in Clinton, Ontario. Her short stories have been read on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and published in many anthologies. She publishes in a variety of Canadian and American magazines, including regular contributions to the New Yorker. This highly gifted writer won the Governor General's Award for her 1968 collection of short stories Dance of the Happy Shades. In 1972, her Lives of Girls and Women was winner of the Canadian Booksellers Association International Book Year Award, and a section of this novel was produced in the CBC Performance series. In 1977, she was the first Canadian to be awarded the Canada-Australia Literary Prize. Her other publications include Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You (1974) and Who Do You Think You Are? (1978), the latter winning for Munro her second Governor General's Award.

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