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Alice Munro
   wrote   
Post and Beam
2000. Alice Ann Munro (née Laidlaw; born 10 July 1931) is a Canadian short-story writer and three-time winner of Canada's Governor General's Award for fiction.
Alice Munro
   wrote   
Something I've Been Meaning To Tell You
Title story of a collection published in 1974
Alice Munro
   wrote   
Who Do You Think You Are?
Title story of a collection, 1978; winner, Canadian Governor General's Award
Alice Munro
   wrote   
The Bear Came Over the Mountain
Alice Munro
   wrote   
What Do You Want To Know For?
2008; The American Scholar
Alice Munro
   wrote   
Passion
2006; The New Yorker, March 22, 2004
Alice Munro
   is known as an   
Author
Short stories often featured in The New Yorker
2013
   the winner was   
Alice Munro
Canada, 1931, master of the contempory short story






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