Day 6 | Oct 11, 2013 | 6:02

Canadian Authors Read Alice Munro

To celebrate Alice Munro's Nobel Prize in literature, we asked a group of Canadian authors to read excerpts from their favourite books by Munro. Fans of J. Boyden, A. Michaels, L. Moore and V. Lam prepare to be delighted!

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