The Inside of a Shell : Alice Munro's Dance of the Happy Shades.

By: Guignery, Vanessa
Publisher: Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publisher, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (306 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781443877817Subject(s): Munro, Alice, -- 1931- -- Criticism and interpretation -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Inside of a Shell : Alice Munro’s Dance of the Happy ShadesDDC classification: 813.54 LOC classification: PR9199.3.M8 -- .I575 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I -- CHAPTER ONE -- CHAPTER TWO -- CHAPTER THREE -- CHAPTER FOUR -- CHAPTER FIVE -- CHAPTER SIX -- PART II -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- CHAPTER NINE -- CHAPTER TEN -- CHAPTER ELEVEN -- CHAPTER TWELVE -- PART III -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN -- CHAPTER SEVENTEEN -- CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX.
Summary: The Canadian author Alice Munro, recognized as one of the world's finest short story writers, published some seventeen books between 1968 and 2014, and was awarded the third Man Booker International Prize in 2009 and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2013. This worldwide recognition of her career calls for a look back at her very first collection of short stories, Dance of the Happy Shades, published in 1968 and composed of fifteen stories written between 1953 and 1967. Some forty-five years after the publication of this first volume, worldwide specialists of her work examine the first steps of a great writer, and offer new critical perspectives on a debut collection that already foreshadows some of the patterns and themes of later stories. Contributors adopt a variety of approaches from the fields of narratology, gender studies, psychoanalysis, and genetic criticism, amongst others, to illuminate the main stylistic features, narrative strategies, literary traditions, modes of writing and generic traits of the stories in Dance of the Happy Shades.
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Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- INTRODUCTION -- PART I -- CHAPTER ONE -- CHAPTER TWO -- CHAPTER THREE -- CHAPTER FOUR -- CHAPTER FIVE -- CHAPTER SIX -- PART II -- CHAPTER SEVEN -- CHAPTER EIGHT -- CHAPTER NINE -- CHAPTER TEN -- CHAPTER ELEVEN -- CHAPTER TWELVE -- PART III -- CHAPTER THIRTEEN -- CHAPTER FOURTEEN -- CHAPTER FIFTEEN -- CHAPTER SIXTEEN -- CHAPTER SEVENTEEN -- CONTRIBUTORS -- INDEX.

The Canadian author Alice Munro, recognized as one of the world's finest short story writers, published some seventeen books between 1968 and 2014, and was awarded the third Man Booker International Prize in 2009 and the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2013. This worldwide recognition of her career calls for a look back at her very first collection of short stories, Dance of the Happy Shades, published in 1968 and composed of fifteen stories written between 1953 and 1967. Some forty-five years after the publication of this first volume, worldwide specialists of her work examine the first steps of a great writer, and offer new critical perspectives on a debut collection that already foreshadows some of the patterns and themes of later stories. Contributors adopt a variety of approaches from the fields of narratology, gender studies, psychoanalysis, and genetic criticism, amongst others, to illuminate the main stylistic features, narrative strategies, literary traditions, modes of writing and generic traits of the stories in Dance of the Happy Shades.

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