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Alis Manro


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Manroova another Nobel laureate, best known for her short stories, so even the smart people of the committee for awarding this prestigious award called the “master of the modern short story.” If you are among those who argue that short stories are not as exciting as you and you could not, take any of Manroinih story to reassure you, and ask yourself over themselves and their attitudes. If, however, you are one of us who admire immensely fit, you’ll enjoy Manroinom mastery and you will want more. Manroova in his stories mainly engaged in the lives of women, mothers, daughters, cousins, student, nurse. Women of all ages and all profiles. Thus, in the large, collection of eight-story, three of which parts of the main character, Juliet, a daughter, a student of classical science, the mother estranged daughter, and apparently innocent adulteress. Other heroines are as layered as Juliet are all trapped, whether in online bad circumstances, past or far-fetched connections, and try to escape. Munro stories of these women transmitted language that refuses to be “good” in terms of its no sentimentality even when the heroine recall his past. It just tells the story, sometimes unimaginable to detail, and let the story take you where at the moment you need to be, and in February you should be Polet participating in a workshop on this excellent collection.


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