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Alice Munro has been writing exquisite short stories since the late sixties, but the author who Cynthia Ozick described as "our Chekhov" continues to surprise and please us as an octogenarian. This latest collection, now in trade paperback and NOOK Book, contains her most apparently autobiographical pieces yet. A major collection from a Canadian author often mentioned on Nobel Prize shortlists; definitely worth recommending.