Modern Classics Who Do You Think You Are by Alice MunroModern Classics Who Do You Think You Are by Alice Munro

Modern Classics Who Do You Think You Are

byAlice MunroForeword byWayne Johnston

Paperback | April 4, 2006

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Rose and her stepmother, Flo, live in Hanratty-across the bridge from the "good" part of town. Rose, alternately fascinated and appalled by the rude energy of the people around her, grows up nursing her hope of outgrowing her humble beginnings and plotting an escape to university.

Rose makes her escape and thinks herself free. But Hanratty's question-Who Do You Think You Are?-rings in her ears during her days in Vancouver, mocks her attempts to make her marriage successful, and haunts her new career.

In these stories of Rose and Flo, Alice Munro explores the universal story of growing up-Rose's struggle to accept herself tells the story of our lives.

Alice Munro grew up in Wingham, Ontario, and attended the University of Western Ontario. She has published sixteen books — Dance of the Happy Shades; Lives of Girls and Women, Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You; Who Do You Think You Are?; The Moons of Jupiter; The Progress of Love; Friend of My Youth; Open Secrets; Selected Storie...
Title:Modern Classics Who Do You Think You AreFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 7.75 × 5.01 × 0.67 inPublished:April 4, 2006Publisher:Penguin CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143054953

ISBN - 13:9780143054955

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok there are some good stories here, but to me this is one of her weakest collections
Date published: 2017-02-20

Editorial Reviews

"Alice Munro's stories are universally admired-if one defines the 'universe' as that part of the world's population that reads good books." - Wayne Johnston

"In Alice Munro’s hands, the smallest moments contain the central truths of a lifetime." - Maclean’s