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Er collections but the stories in Hateship Friendship Courtship Loveship Marriage are nothing if not emotionally affecting or crushingly tragic I suppose if you want to et specific about the thing Indeed the understated yet unrelenting tragedy of small unkindnesses built up over decades and lifetimes of the inevitable disappointments and compromises tha A COLLECTION OF PARADIGM SHIFTS INTO OTHER FOLKS PRIVATE HEADSPACEWhen this diminutive little lady from small town Ontario Canada won the Nobel Prize for Literature she remarkedI want my stories to move people I don t care if they re women men or children I want my stories to be something about life that makes people say not oh isn t that the truth but to feel some kind of reward from the writing And that doesn t mean it has to be a happy ending or anything but just that everything the story tells moves the reader in such a way that you feel you are a different person when you finish itWant to et out of your skin for a few hours Alice Munro will take you thereAnd you
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find out for yourself Lucky you Really ARE to be YourselfFor Alice Munro takes the Fools Bells off from other folks heads for us examineYou know the truly Modern Fools Bells that folks wear are the heavy Balls and Chains of marital and extramarital m langes and their resultant Fatal AporiasThe most ingenious traps we lay in Life are those we ourselves fall into Too far one beyond the magical voice of the Woodthrush calling through the Fog which we all too knowingly call the worn out song of Ole Time Religion and the rather faded trite old Song of InnocenceSo like that famous fictional character Christian we are perpetually swamped up to our eyelids in the same old dreary Slough of DespondBack in 1984 when I was a recently promoted management trainee I had a supervisor and beloved mentor named JimJim was 6 or 7 years older than I was but nevertheless retained a preppy style crewcut and a boyish rin He was a ee whiz can do type uy with a boundless enthusiasm for cutting edge management development techniues And they worked for me 10 years later boyish enthusiasm intact he ave our officers a crash course on the latest buzz on thinking outside of the box developing a flexible readiness for Paradigm ShiftsAnd that s exactly what Alice Munro The Second Cure gives usParadigm shiftsYou know if you re trapped in the Slough all the new paradigm shifts in management theoryo right over your head as just so much bunk So you et tired and let the Smart Young Bucks outrun youSound familiarBut not so the ever Young Ms MunroOne moment we re working through her Bucks outrun youSound familiarBut not so the ever Young Ms MunroOne moment we re working through her constructions of another person s life and character and by the end of that story we re right inside that character s headspaceHow come we never even KNEW how drastically different we are from each otherAnd how come we all STILL make like we re all playing from the same sheet of dreary musicAlice Munro shows us how EACH of us is actually trying to keep an unruly symphony orchestra playing together in our heads from a secret centre performing the music that is US in our separation from OTHERSHer eye is so sharp and her hearing is so acute I cannot think of any other way of explaining the essence of the miracle she performsThese are not especially unpleasant stories nor are all exclusively pleasant BUT THEY RE ALL OUTSIDE THE BOXAND free of the SloughThey re meticulously crafted stories about individuals so SPECIAL in their own ways that you ll have BECOME them for a few moments by the time you finish themAnd wow they really do expand your mindJust read this remarkable collection and you ll see for yourselfAnd you ll see yourself anew as a FREE HUMAN BEINGFinally. Tti La scrittura della Munro è aperta lussureggiante fitta di accadimenti e particolari necessari Il paesaggio canadese la natura selvaggia del Nord Ovest partecipano alle emozioni dei personaggi integrano la loro storia determinano le loro decision. Hateship Friendship Courtship Loveship MarriageTo learn the extent to which Grant oes to bring Aubrey who has been discharged back to visit Fiona when she misses has been discharged back to visit Fiona when she misses Grant loves his wife but prides himself as being a better man than others who cheat on their wives because unlike them he does not leave her He makes the philandering life seem like a cross to bear Nowhere was there any acknowledgement that the life of a philanderer involved acts of kindness and The Sorcerer's Apprentice generosity and even sacrifice Many times he had catered to a woman s pride to her fragility by offering affection or a rougher passion than anything he really felt I wish I could punch himHateship Friendship Courtship Loveship Marriagerapples with the ugly side of human relationships in a non judgmental and matter of fact manner It is as though Alice Munro is saying This is life Take it or leave it I am leaving it Alice Munro where have you been all my life The level of observation and psychological insight on show in this collection the ability to explore and portray complex human emotions in just a few sentences these are the reasons I read fiction I feel iddy about the many Munro books I have yet to readThere are nine stories in this one set mostly in western Canada The protagonists are mainly women and over the course of only a few pages we learn so much about their lives The love and loss that has shaped them the missed opportunities they still think about the brief encounters that made an enormous impact on them In Nettles the narrator is reunited many years later with her teenage crush and her emotions run from exhilaration to disappointment Floating Bridge tells of a cancer patient who is reliant on her flaky husband and an unexpected respite from her predicament In The Bear Came Over The Mountain and an unexpected respite from her predicament In The Bear Came Over The Mountain unfaithful husband has to manage predicament In The Bear Came Over The Mountain an unfaithful husband has to manage wife s dementia and adapt to her contentment without himBut my absolute favourite was the title story It s about a plain country irl named Johanna without family or friends working as a housekeeper for an old man Her teeth were crowded to the front of her mouth as if they were ready for an argument Up to now she has accepted her life of little prospect but hope suddenly springs in the form of correspondence with a man on the other side of the country who has been hinting at his own loneliness and how much he thinks of Johanna She decides to risk it all on this one shot at happiness buying a one way ticket to the distant town where her penpal resides and spending a large sum on a fancy dress in which she might be married Even when she was younger she could never have contemplated such extravagance not just in the matter of money but in expectations in the preposterous hope of transformation and bliss What she doesn t know is that the man s estranged daughter has been cruelly fabricating her father s replies and he has no idea that Johanna is on her way to spend the rest of her life with him It s an utterly compelling read and has one of the most satisfying endings I have ever encounteredAll I can say is that I m amazed I didn t World War Z. La guerra mondiale degli zombi get to Alice Munro sooner The depth of these meticulously crafted tales her precise examination of everyday life her sharp observation of human behaviour all of these things are right up my street Maybe a couple of the stories didn t speak to me as much as others but the ones I loved I really loved I can t wait to read of her work I sometimeset into conversations with people who have a hard time connecting with the short story format they say that they hardly have time to muster an emotional involvement in the characters and events before the story is over To those readers I might recommend Alice Munro True I have only experienced one of Di dipanare in un lampo l'irriducibile complessità della natura umana è incomparabile uesti racconti possiedono la straordinaria capacità di trascinare il lettore nei meandri di una memoria che non è la sua per risvegliare emozioni che sono di tu. ,

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Hateship Friendship Courtship Loveship Marriage is my fifth book by Alice Munro and also the least pleasing Munro writes exceptionally fine prose and if I were to rate this collection of short stories on prose alone I would ive this five stars I continue to marvel at Munro s facility to express the intractable the this five stars I continue to marvel at Munro s facility to express the intractable the and the unutterable with startling clarity The nine stories depict a host of flawed individuals who make no apology for their flawed lives They are difficult to read because the patterns of failed relationships and ailing marriages repeat themselves to a nauseating degree There are stories about individuals who are disgruntled with their lot in life and who o all out to do what they can to escape the confines of their circumstances This is evident in the titular story of a poor and needy housekeeper using her wits to raise her social status via marriage assisted fortuitously by two wicked teenagers who wrote love letters on her behalf as a prank It is also revealed in Home Furnishings a coming of age story of a rural Ontario Who Is Muhammad Ali? girl whose relationship with an aunt she used to adore for leading alamorous city life turns sour A university education and social opportunities shape her identity in ways that make her appraise her family relationships with new eyes Scorn and resentment replace admiration and respect Of a lie that her father felt obliged to tell this aunt she said That was the kind of lie that I hoped never to have to tell again the contempt I hoped never to have to show about the things that really mattered to me And in order not to have to do that I would pretty well have to stay clear of the people I used to know However the narrator herself is not all that different from her aunt Both are writers of sorts both have had failed relationships Family furnishings has taken on new poignancy Whether we like it or not our families are inextricably a part of our identity and destiny In Floating Bridge a terminally ill woman has an unexpected reaction to news that chemotherapy has shrunk her cancer cells She is upset because she realizes that it has removed a certain low Don't Worry, Eat Cake: A Coloring Book to Help You Feel a Little Bit Better about Everything grade freedom Almost all the stories cast marriage in a horribly negative light Infidelity and adultery are dominant themes In Comfort and Nettles infidelity is subtle and lurks in the shadows While Comfort captures Nina srief of losing her husband to suicide it is strangely out of place to read about her entertaining a fleeting attraction to Ed the embalmer The potential for dalliance hangs in the air and strikes me as distasteful In Nettles two childhood friends both married and having weathered disappointments are reunited in adulthood The tension for physical intimacy is rendered palpable and one hears the echo of a love that was not usable that knew its place The stories about adultery are ravely unsettling In What Is Remembered Meriel a married woman is introduced to a doctor when she and her husband are attending a funeral in a different city The doctor offers her a ride for a social visit she needs to make Within the space of an afternoon a mutual attraction morphs into lust and the inevitable Meriel is to remember every detail of that afternoon of betrayal for the rest of her life I am repulsed at how Munro cast adultery as a sweet offering to be savored over and over To Continually Revisit Aspects Of An revisit aspects of an intimacy that were missed at earlier recollections is the ultimate betrayal In The Bear Came Over the Mountain Grant a philanderer finds himself in an odd situation when his 70 year old wife Fiona who has dementia developed a romance with Aubrey another dementia patient in a nursing home It is also oddly touching. Nove racconti perfetti la musica del uotidiano il ioco smorzato dei sentimenti e delle allusioni Da Flannery O'Connor a Henry James da Chechov a Tolstoj non c'è un autore di racconti al uale Alice Munro non sia stata paragonata Ma la sua capacità. ,