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The Lives of Alice Munro

A master of the short story, Alice Munro is one of Canada's most acclaimed literary treasures. With characters and settings that often mirror her own background and memories, her unadorned yet emotionally searing stories have enthralled readers since her first collection was published in 1968. With this selection of eight interviews from 1974 to 2007, CBC Digital Archives uncovers a witty, revealing and generous author.

Browse the menu at right to discover CBC radio and TV clips about the life and career of author Alice Munro.

Last updated: October 9, 2014

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