My rating: 2 of 5 stars
From Daily Lit:
In “Fiction,” by bestselling author Alice Munro, a narrator lovingly describes the life and home she’s built with her husband—and then describes how that life crumbles before her eyes. The rest of the story has our narrator in a different place in her life, reconciling with her past in a way she might never have expected.
Sometimes, I do not understand how criteria are used to assign a Nobel prize for literature.
You may read online at Daily Lit.
- Munro declines invite to Nobel Prize ceremony (bigstory.ap.org)
- Alice Munro wins Nobel Prize for literature (newscanada-plus.com)
- Alice Munro, Too Much Happiness (Canada) (ageisjustapagenumber.wordpress.com)
- Alice Munro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature (world.time.com)