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Margaret Atwood: Alice Munro's road to Nobel literature prize was not easy

by Margaret Atwood
Initially regarded as a housewife whose writing was domestic and boring, elusive perfection drove Canadian to literary stardom
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Margaret Atwood: Alice Munro's Road to Nobel Literature Prize Was Not Easy

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