A brand-new collection of short stories from Alice Munro — winner of a Mann Booker Prize — is always a cause for celebration, and Too Much Happiness doesn’t disappoint. It dazzles. The 10 spare, lovely tales are, like all of Munro’s, short on plot and long on revelation, but brimming with emotion and memorable characters. In ”Dimensions,” a mother whose three children were murdered finds some peace by the side of the road at a car accident; in ”Face,” a man born disfigured — his own dad calls him ”a chunk of chopped liver” — reflects on a life of physical misfortune. Munro’s are stories that linger long after you turn the last page. A
Too Much Happiness A brand-new collection of short stories from Alice Munro — winner of a Mann Booker Prize — is always a cause for celebration, and ...Too Much HappinessShort Stories, FictionAlice Munro A brand-new collection of short stories from Alice Munro — winner of a Mann Booker Prize — is always a cause for celebration, and ...2009-11-11Knopf
Too Much Happiness by Alice Munro
Genre: Short Stories, Fiction; Author: Alice Munro; Publisher: Knopf
Posted November 11 2009 — 12:00 AM EST
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