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მიძღვნილ სტატიებში ხშირად აღნიშნავდნენ რომ 2013 წლის ლიტერატურული ნობელი არა მხოლოდ მწერლის არამედ ჟანრის დაფასებაც იყო„ძვირფასი სიცოცხლე“ კრებული რომელიც თოთხმეტი მოთხრობისაგან შედგება სავარაუდოდ ავტორის ბოლო წიგნია. 3 extremely memorable stars I am writing this at 245 am and we are at our cottage on Lake Huron and it was my favorite kind of day and evening and night and the spirit of Alice Munro was everywhere today My partner spent a small time in his childhood in the town of Wingham Ontario this is where Alice Munro grew upand we had dinner there with his sister who lives very close to Clinton Ontario where Alice Munro currently lives They are both ardent fans and I relished their discussion as they conversed on the art of Alice and their favorite stories by herIt was very romantic and stormy and cool when we returned to our cottage and we went for a three hour walk along the beach and into forest and I understood why I love Ontario so darn much even though I am the son of immigrant parents from the Mediterranean Ontario is so fresh plentiful and beautiful Outside of the cesspool of Toronto lies so much green and I was filled with so much gratitude to be living in this wonderful provinceAfter our walk my partner asked about my experience of Dear Life and I am ashamed to say that this is the first Alice I ve read I really loved two of the stories 45 stars and very much liked two others 4 stars In his generous way he offered to read them to me on the porch and I was lulled by his rich and sonorous baritone The wondrousness of Alice shone through as well as the effects of three glasses of RieslingI will simply make a brief statement on each of the stories and I feel rather foolish especially around the stories I didn t particularly care for To even state these minor opinions of mine especially after so many esteemed individuals have honoured her in a multitude of ways However I need to be true to the self and in fact the stories that were mediocre made the ones that I loved even wonderful especially after I heard them recited by my partnerHere goesJapan 4 starsA story about how we barely understand ourselves and there are perpetual shifts in our emotions desires and ways of being in the worldAmunsden 4 starsA young teacher abandoned by her older lover in a northern Ontario town at the end of World War 2sad uncertain powerlessLeaving Maverly 35 starsA story about the seemingly random connections of acuaintances and the significant impact they can have on our livesGravel 3 starsLooking back on a family tragedy with adult eyesHaven 25 starsA middling story about a horribly controlling man and his pathetic little wifePride 45 stars fave in collectionA platonic love story between a disfigured man and a downwardly wealthy woman Beautifully rendered and poignantCorrie 45 stars second fave in collectionStolen love can be so expensive and devastating Can one ever recoverTrain 35 stars The lonely wandering life of an abused soldierIn Sight of the Lake 25 starsA not so successful story about dementiaDolly 2 starsAn elderly couple behaving immaturely This one was dull and unbelievable to meThe eye 35 starsA five year old girl s first experience with deathNight 3 starsA young teenage girl struggles with insomnia and obsessive thoughts after surgeryVoices 3 starsA young girl discovers the ways of adults particularly young menDear Life 3 starsReflections on a lifeWho knew 3 stars could be so damn good Goodnight I must sleep Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves it was my favorite kind of day and evening and night and the spirit of Alice Munro was everywhere today My partner spent a small time The Purpose-Guided Universe in his childhood The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion in the town of Wingham Ontario this The Academy is where Alice Munro grew upand we had dinner there with his sister who lives very close to Clinton Ontario where Alice Munro currently lives They are both ardent fans and I relished their discussion as they conversed on the art of Alice and their favorite stories by herIt was very romantic and stormy and cool when we returned to our cottage and we went for a three hour walk along the beach and Full Dark, No Stars into forest and I understood why I love Ontario so darn much even though I am the son of If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, immigrant parents from the Mediterranean Ontario 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida is so fresh plentiful and beautiful Outside of the cesspool of Toronto lies so much green and I was filled with so much gratitude to be living La ética de la crueldad in this wonderful provinceAfter our walk my partner asked about my experience of Dear Life and I am ashamed to say that this 3052 is the first Alice I ve read I really loved two of the stories 45 stars and very much liked two others 4 stars In his generous way he offered to read them to me on the porch and I was lulled by his rich and sonorous baritone The wondrousness of Alice shone through as well as the effects of three glasses of RieslingI will simply make a brief statement on each of the stories and I feel rather foolish especially around the stories I didn t particularly care for To even state these minor opinions of mine especially after so many esteemed Mercator in a multitude of ways However I need to be true to the self and Pasos perdidos en Granada in fact the stories that were mediocre made the ones that I loved even wonderful especially after I heard them recited by my partnerHere goesJapan 4 starsA story about how we barely understand ourselves and there are perpetual shifts Suffering and no suffering in our emotions desires and ways of being Can We Live 150 Years? in the worldAmunsden 4 starsA young teacher abandoned by her older lover The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears in a northern Ontario town at the end of World War 2sad uncertain powerlessLeaving Maverly 35 starsA story about the seemingly random connections of acuaintances and the significant Robs Shiny Dumptruck impact they can have on our livesGravel 3 starsLooking back on a family tragedy with adult eyesHaven 25 starsA middling story about a horribly controlling man and his pathetic little wifePride 45 stars fave Business English in collectionA platonic love story between a disfigured man and a downwardly wealthy woman Beautifully rendered and poignantCorrie 45 stars second fave Mama Glow immaturely This one was dull and unbelievable to meThe eye 35 starsA five year old girl s first experience with deathNight 3 starsA young teenage girl struggles with Fire in the Sky insomnia and obsessive thoughts after surgeryVoices 3 starsA young girl discovers the ways of adults particularly young menDear Life 3 starsReflections on a lifeWho knew 3 stars could be so damn good Goodnight I must sleep

Review Dear Life

Dear Life

?ურეატი იყო გაკვირვება სხვა რამემ გამოიწვია ელის მანრო მოთხრობის ჟანრის ოსტატია რომანი არასდროს დაუწერია მცირე პროზის ავტორები კი სქელტანიანი რომანების ავტორების გვერდით თითქმის ყოველთვის იჩაგრებიან ხოლმე მანროსადმი. DEAR WRITING It is reassuring to see that the Nobel Prize for literature went recently to someone who writes so clearly and so unpretentiouslyI am not much of a reader of short stories Shifting from one to the next is always anticlimactic And often their being grouped in one particular volume is also contrived This is the case with this collectioin Most of these stories were first published at different dates in various literary magazines Granta Harper s Tin HouseThe settings are very localized very Canadian and yet they are not The situations and their plots seem easily transferable to other places they present an individual dealing with whatever life has put on mostly her tray Without much ado these stories pay homage to the arbitrariness we have to deal with dailyWhile reading them I strangely reminded of the photographic work by Walker Evans Yes I know a different country and from a narrower time frame the Depression from the 30s in the US But both them and Munro explore that subtle line that divides life from representation or the old dichotomy of Nature versus Art In their Let Us Now Praise Famous Men Evans and James Agee presented their documentary work on how a section of the US population lived They were contracted to record and collect evidence of real people in their real lives in their real surroundings But now their book with the photos and the text is considered a work of creativityAs I followed Munro s collection I could from feel already from the first stories that there was an autobiographical tint to them They all had a personal uality I was then surprised and not surprised when just before the last four grouped as FINALE Munro warns the reader that these four stories are not such They are not fiction but have to be considered as autobiographical writings And in these we readI think that if I was writing fiction instead of remembering something that happened I would never have given her that dress A kind of advertisement she didn t need Voices he does not have any further part in what I m writing now in spite of his troll s name because this is not a story only life Dear LifeWithout Munro s warning I would not have felt that these last stories even though childhood memories predominate in them were closer to reality than the previous ones Her accounts of the familiar and the ordinary with her observations and her descriptions are all her creations her inventions But they are rendered in such transparent language that any sense of contrivance of artifice of fiction is not detectable Her pristine language approaches us very closely to her pristine and dear view of LifeDear writing indeed 3052 is reassuring to see that the Nobel Prize for literature went recently to someone who writes so clearly and so unpretentiouslyI am not much of a reader of short stories Shifting from one to the next Mercator in one particular volume Pasos perdidos en Granada is also contrived This Suffering and no suffering is the case with this collectioin Most of these stories were first published at different dates Can We Live 150 Years? in various literary magazines Granta Harper s Tin HouseThe settings are very localized very Canadian and yet they are not The situations and their plots seem easily transferable to other places they present an The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears individual dealing with whatever life has put on mostly her tray Without much ado these stories pay homage to the arbitrariness we have to deal with dailyWhile reading them I strangely reminded of the photographic work by Walker Evans Yes I know a different country and from a narrower time frame the Depression from the 30s Robs Shiny Dumptruck in the US But both them and Munro explore that subtle line that divides life from representation or the old dichotomy of Nature versus Art In their Let Us Now Praise Famous Men Evans and James Agee presented their documentary work on how a section of the US population lived They were contracted to record and collect evidence of real people Business English in their real lives Mama Glow is considered a work of creativityAs I followed Munro s collection I could from feel already from the first stories that there was an autobiographical tint to them They all had a personal uality I was then surprised and not surprised when just before the last four grouped as FINALE Munro warns the reader that these four stories are not such They are not fiction but have to be considered as autobiographical writings And Fire in the Sky in these we readI think that olga spessivtzeva if I was writing fiction ¡Que vengan cuando quieran! instead of remembering something that happened I would never have given her that dress A kind of advertisement she didn t need Voices he does not have any further part I Am Providence in what I m writing now An Unexpected Magick (The Draegan Lords, in spite of his troll s name because this The Weirdest Noob (The Weirdest Noob is not a story only life Dear LifeWithout Munro s warning I would not have felt that these last stories even though childhood memories predominate WeVe Only Just Begun in them were closer to reality than the previous ones Her accounts of the familiar and the ordinary with her observations and her descriptions are all her creations her Real Estate Mistakes inventions But they are rendered Computer Network Time Synchronization in such transparent language that any sense of contrivance of artifice of fiction Lara Croft, Tomb Raider (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider is not detectable Her pristine language approaches us very closely to her pristine and dear view of LifeDear writing Ignition indeed

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2013 წელს ნობელის პრემია ლიტერატურის დარგში კანადელ მწერალ ელის მანროს 1931 გადაეცა ეს გადაწყვეტილება ბევრისთვის მოულოდნელი იყო მწერლის ნიჭსა და ოსტატობაში ეჭვი არავის შეჰპარვია მანრო მანამდეც არაერთი პრესტიჟული პრემიის ლ?. This new collection pinpoints the moment a person is forever altered by a chance encounter an action not taken or a simple twist of fate These are terrific stories by an amazing talent a writer so good I learn something new with every story ERP Demystified is forever altered by a chance encounter an action not taken or a simple twist of fate These are terrific stories by an amazing talent a writer so good I learn something new with every story


10 thoughts on “Dear Life

  1. says:

    I had never read any Alice Munro and I find it's difficult to say anything sensible about her Obviously the stories are very good She just won the Nobel Prize Duh But what's most impressive is that she doesn't seem to be doing anything in particular With some writers it's easy to understand why they're so highly regarded T

  2. says:

    This new collection pinpoints the moment a person is forever altered by a chance encounter an action not taken or a simple twist of fate These are terrific stories by an amazing talent a writer so good I learn something new with every story

  3. says:

    Pivotal momentsI read this at the end of 2019 but am reviewing on the first day of 2020 a day for looking back and forward for considering who and where we are and who and where we want to beIf I was going to write short pieces about just four incidents my life what would I pick? The I thought about it the I realised like Munro that it’s not the obvious headline events graduation marriage parenthood bereavement etc Often it’s something

  4. says:

    I’m always careful not to fall victim to popular opinion when reading any book especially one by such an acclaimed and beloved writer as Alice Munro I tried to forget the fact that Munro had only recently won the Nobel prize for fiction This

  5. says:

    Story 1 To Reach JapanA story about a woman who's determined to have an affairNow I don't condone affairs But sometimes I can understand them eg Addicted by Zane But here no reason is given for Greta cheating And it doesn't seem to matter who she's cheating with any available and interested man will do So it's not “love” affair

  6. says:

    DEAR WRITING It is reassuring to see that the Nobel Prize for literature went recently to someone who writes so clearly a

  7. says:

    3 extremely memorable stars I am writing this at 245 am and we are at our cottage on Lake Huron and it was my favorite kin

  8. says:

    Dear AliceWhat a good investment you've turned out to be A little girl growing up in rural Canada in the early twentieth century far from the turmoil experienced by your contemporaries in Europe you nevertheless created several lifet

  9. says:

    As with all of Alice Munro's books I rushed out to buy this newest collection and then I rushed home eager to plunge into it I am an ardent fan of Alice Munro's work and I think this collection is good better than good The most breathtaking full and energetic of the short stories in this collection is Amundsen It takes place in a TB sanata

  10. says:

    You know I have been trying to put my finger on what exactly makes Alice Munro so fascinating Her writing is wit

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