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Dear Life is a collection of short stories by Alice Munro, © Knopf 2011 Want to know more? Here’s an interview from The New Yorker in which Alice Munro talks about this collection.
The Hall of the Singing Caryatids is a novel by Victor Pelevin and translated by Andrew Bromfield, © New Directions 2011 Not all the theorists mentioned in this book are real, but Wittgenstein is.
Murder Ballad is a collection of poems by Jane Springer, © Alice James Books 2012