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The Progress of Love by Alice Munro
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it was amazing
bookshelves: short-stories
Recommended for: lovers of good craft
Read in December, 2006

I don't know how she does it. But she does, time after time. Alice Munro is so damn good at making up these beautiful understated worlds. When you look under the surface, nothing about them is ordinary at all. Hundreds of beautiful stories in her arsenal, and she's still going. She's my hero, pretty much.

But enough of that. I love this collection above many of her collections because there's something subtle linking these stories. They're mostly about middle-aged women, whose plans have been shaken in one way or the other. It's interesting how they shift their lives to accomodate that. (Or don't shift as they should.) Love this book.
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