The Nobel Prize winning writer Alice Munro is beloved in her native Canada and throughout the world. Her stories are exquisite in their structure, texture, and charm. Her stories provide us with the insight resulting from her innate curiosity about how people live their lives and the stories they tell themselves.
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CLASS LIMIT: 95
INSTRUCTOR: Marcia Tannenbaum is a local mediator, attorney, and educator. She is a graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law where she produced an Independent Study Project on Leo Frank. While teaching at Nichols College, she taught courses on Law and Literature and the Literature from the Holocaust. She currently volunteers for the ARC (Attorneys Representing Children) program.
REQUIRED BOOK: Too Much Happiness, Munro, Alice. ISBN: 978-0307390349.
READING FOR FIRST CLASS: Please read this NY times article before the first class: https://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/29/books/review/Cohen-t.html?referringSource=articleShare