Order of Alice Munro Books
Alice Munro is a Canadian author of short stories. She is credited with revolutionizing the short story. Munro sets most of her stories in Huron County, Ontario, where she is from. She is known for exploring the complexities of people with prose that is not too rich and easy to read. Munro has won numerous awards of the course of her near-50 year career, most notably the Governor General’s Award (3x), the Giller Prize (2x), the Man Booker International Prize and the Noble Prize in Literature.
Alice Munro became a published author in 1968 with the short story collection Dance of the Happy Shades. To date, she has only had one novel published, which was the 1971 novel Lives of Girls and Women. Below is a list of Alice Munro’s books in order of when they were originally released:
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Note: The Beggar Maid was also published as Who Do You Think You Are?.
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Alice Munro Synopsis: Lives of Girls and Women is the first and only novel by Canadian writer Alice Munro. After different interactions with people, Del learns her personal potential and becomes excited about her own independence.