is a collection of The Love of a Good Woman short stories by Canadian writer Alice Munro, published by McClelland and Stewart in 1998.
The eight stories of this collection (one of which was originally published in
; five others were originally published in Saturday Night ) deal with Munro's typical themes: secrets, The New Yorker love, betrayal, and the stuff of ordinary lives.
The book was awarded the 1998
Giller Prize, and was one of the selected books in the 2004 edition of , where it was championed by soprano Canada Reads Measha Brueggergosman. It also won the 1998 National Book Critics Circle Award for fiction. [1 ]
Stories [ edit ]
"The Love of a Good Woman"
"Save the Reaper"
"The Children Stay"
"Rich as Stink"
"Before the Change"
"My Mother's Dream"
References [ edit ]
^ (March 10, 1999). "Munro's The Love Of A Good Woman first non-U.S. winner of critics' prize", , p. F4. The Hamilton Spectator
External links [ edit ]
M. G. Vassanji, (1994) The Book of Secrets
Rohinton Mistry, (1995) A Fine Balance
Margaret Atwood, (1996) Alias Grace
Mordecai Richler, (1997) Barney's Version
Alice Munro, (1998) The Love of a Good Woman
Bonnie Burnard, (1999) A Good House
Michael Ondaatje, / Anil's Ghost David Adams Richards, (2000) Mercy among the Children
Richard B. Wright, (2001) Clara Callan
Austin Clarke, (2002) The Polished Hoe
M. G. Vassanji, (2003) The In-Between World of Vikram Lall
Alice Munro, (2004) Runaway
David Bergen, (2005) The Time in Between
Vincent Lam, (2006) Bloodletting & Miraculous Cures
Elizabeth Hay, (2007) Late Nights on Air
Joseph Boyden, (2008) Through Black Spruce
Linden MacIntyre, (2009) The Bishop's Man
Johanna Skibsrud, (2010) The Sentimentalists
Esi Edugyan, (2011) Half-Blood Blues
Will Ferguson, 419 (2012)
Lynn Coady, Hellgoing (2013)