Too Much Happiness

by Alice Munro

McClelland & Stewart | August 25, 2009 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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An international literary event: Ten new stories from a beloved and award-winning author.

This stunning collection of new stories demonstrates once again why Alice Munro is celebrated as a pre-eminent master of the short story. While some of the stories are traditional, set in “Alice Munro Country” in Ontario or in B.C., dealing with ordinary women’s lives, others have a new, sharper edge. They involve child murders, strange sex, and a terrifying home invasion. By way of astonishing variety, the title story, set in Victorian Europe, follows the last journey from France to Sweden of a famous Russian mathematician. This daring, superb collection proves that Alice Munro will always surprise you.


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Published: August 25, 2009

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 1551993058

ISBN - 13: 9781551993058

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Too Much Happiness

by Alice Munro

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: August 25, 2009

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1551993058

ISBN - 13: 9781551993058

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An international literary event: Ten new stories from a beloved and award-winning author.

This stunning collection of new stories demonstrates once again why Alice Munro is celebrated as a pre-eminent master of the short story. While some of the stories are traditional, set in “Alice Munro Country” in Ontario or in B.C., dealing with ordinary women’s lives, others have a new, sharper edge. They involve child murders, strange sex, and a terrifying home invasion. By way of astonishing variety, the title story, set in Victorian Europe, follows the last journey from France to Sweden of a famous Russian mathematician. This daring, superb collection proves that Alice Munro will always surprise you.


From the Hardcover edition.