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Dear Life

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by Alice Munro

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Dear Life by Alice Munro
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  • First Published:
    Nov 2012, 336 pages

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    Jul 2013, 336 pages

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aparna

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Dear Life is one of the best credits of Alice Munro. As a Nobel prize winner this is not yet a exact realization of life. In the part of a reader we expect more and more powerful scripts from the part of Alice Munro. This is only a suggestion of mine. A very good book.
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