Dear Life By Alice Ann Munro Analysis

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Alice Ann Munro is a Canadian short story writer and a Nobel Prize winner. Munro is famous for writing the short stories that has revolutionized its architecture, especially in its tendency to move forward and backward. Her narratives feel very private and intimate. The characters in her stories are always in search of revelation. The stories she writes are often social critiques that take place around Huron County, Ontario, where she lives. Her central themes are love and work and the balance between the two; her characters are unsophisticated yet relatable. Her collection of short stories Dear Life talks about the social background and gender roles.
Miriam Toews is a Canadian writer best known for her novels, A Complicated Kindness and All My Puny Sorrows. She is a novelist, who takes inspiration for her writing from her own life. Her writing style is direct and detailed. When a person reads her novels, he would definitely feel a sense of fearlessness in her works. Her work, A Complicated Kindness, is a coming-of-age novel in which the main character, who is a sixteen years old girl who rebels against her community while trying to come to terms with her family 's collapse and finding her place in the society.
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Between the years 1915 and 1925, he was the best-known English-speaking humorist in the world. He was both the fiction and non-fiction writer. He strictly believed that life is not something which should be taken seriously all the time and also that humans should always be ready to laugh at themselves. He even wrote about the theoretical and technical aspects of humour. He believed community and its organic growth and these themes can be found in his works. Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, which is a sequence of stories are considered to be one of the most enduring classics of humorous Canadian

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