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Alice Munro: A Bibliography

Corinne Bigot

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Alice Munro

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I. Collections of short stories by Alice Munro

1Dance of the Happy Shades, Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1968, 224 pp; New York, McGraw Hill, 1973, 224 pp; London, Allen Lane, 1974, 224 pp.

2Lives of Girls and Women, Toronto, McGraw Hill Ryerson, 1971, 254 pp; New York,McGraw Hill, 1972, 250 pp; London, Allen Lane, 1974, 250 pp.

3Something I’ve Been Meaning To Tell You, Toronto and New York, McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1974, 246 pp.

4Who Do You Think You Are?, Toronto, Macmillan, 1974, 206 pp. Printed in the USA and in the UK as The Beggar Maid, New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1974, 210 pp; London, Allen Lane, 1980, 210 pp.

5The Moons of Jupiter, Toronto, Macmillan, 1982, 233 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1983, 233 pp; London, Allen Lane, 1983, 233 pp.

6The Progress of Love, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1986, 309 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1986, 309 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 1986, 309 pp.

7Friend of My Youth, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1990, 273 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1990, 273 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 1990, 273 pp.

8Open Secrets, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1994, 293 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1994, 293 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 1994, 293 pp.

9Selected Stories, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1996, 545 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1996, 545 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 1996, 545 pp.

10The Love of a Good Woman, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1998, 339 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1998, 339 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 1998, 339 pp.

11Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 2001, 328 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2001, 328 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 2001, 328 pp.

12Runaway, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 2004, 335 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004, 335 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 2004, 335 pp.

13The View from Castle Rock, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 2006, 350 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2006, 350 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 2006, 350 pp.

14Too Much Happiness, Toronto, McClelland, 2009, 250 pp; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2009, 304 pp; London, Chatto and Windus, 2009, 303 pp.

15Dear Life, Toronto, McClelland, 2012; London, Chatto and Windus, 2012; New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2012.

II. Secondary Works

a) Books about Alice Munro’s work

16Blodgett, E.D., Alice Munro, Boston, Twayne, 1988, 179 pp.

17Carrington, Ildikó de Papp, Controlling the Uncontrollable, Dekalb, N. Illinois University Press, 1989, 244 pp.

18Carscallen, James, The Other Country: Patterns in the Writing of Alice Munro, Toronto, ECW, 1993, 581 pp.

19Cox, Ailsa, Alice Munro, Northcote, Tavistock, 2004, 113 pp.

20Duncan, Isla, Alice Munro’s Narrative Art, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 184 pp.

21Heble, Ajay, The Tumble of Reason: Alice Munro's Discourse of Absence, Toronto, London, Buffalo, University of Toronto Press, 1994, 210 pp.

22Howells, Coral Ann, Alice Munro, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1998, 179 pp.

23MacKendrick, Louis, Some Other Reality: Alice Munro's Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You, Edmonton, ECW, 1993, 112 pp.

24Martin, W.R, Alice Munro. Paradox and Parallel, Edmonton, University of Alberta Press, 1987, 235 pp.

25McCaig, JoAnn, Reading In: Alice Munro's Archives, Waterloo (Ont.), Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2002, 103 pp.

26Rasporich, Beverly, Dance of the Sexes. Art and Gender in the Fiction of Alice Munro, Edmonton, University of Alberta Press, 1990, 223 pp.

27Redekop, Magdelene, Mothers and Other Clowns. The stories of Alice Munro, London and New York, Routledge, 1992, 252 pp.

28Ross, Catherine Sheldrick, Alice Munro: A Double Life, Toronto, ECW Press, 1992, 97 p.

29Thacker, Robert, Alice Munro: Writing Her Lives, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 2005, 603 p.

b) Collections of essays

30Baslestra, Gianfranca, Laura Ferri and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, Reading Alice Munro in Italy, Franck Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, Dept of Italian Studies, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Legas, 2008, 123 pp.

31MacKendrick, Louis, Ed, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 193 pp.

32Mayer, C, Ed, Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction, 6.2, Special issue Alice Munro, Spring 2006, 171 pp.

33Miller, Judith, Ed, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 135 pp.

34Thacker, Robert, Ed, Essays on Canadian Literature, vol. 66, Winter 1998, Special Issue Alice Munro. Reprinted as Thacker, Robert, Ed, 1999, The Rest of the Story, Toronto, ECW Press, 1999, 232 pp.

35Ventura, Héliane and Mary Condé, Eds, Alice Munro. Writing Secrets, Open Letter, vol. 11.9/12.1, Fall/Winter, 2003/2004, 275 pp.

c) Articles (includes chapters on Alice Munro)

36Allison, Paul, “A Trick of Fiction: the Progress of Memory in the Stories of Alice Munro”, Prairie Journal of Canadian Literature, 1990, 15: 2738.

37Arnason, David, “Losing and Lost Women: The Early Stories of Alice Munro”, Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 103-13.

38Bailey, Nancy, “The Masculine Images in Lives of Girls and Women”, Canadian Literature, Spring 1979, 80: 113-20.

39Balestra, Gianfranca, “Alice Munro as Historian and Geographer. A Reading of ‘Meneseteung’”, Intersections. La narrativa canadese tra storia e geografia, Liana Nissim and Carlo Pagetti, Eds, Bologna, Cisalpino, 1999, 119-36.

40---, “Rituals of life and Death in Alice Munro’s ‘Chance’”, Reading Alice Munro in Italy, Gianfranca Baslestra, Laura Ferri and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, The Franck Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, Dept of Italian Studies, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Legas, 2008, 59-70.

41Baum, Rosalie Murphy, “Artists and Women: Young Lives in Laurence and Munro”, North Dakota Quarterly, Summer 1984, 52.3: 196-211.

42---, “Snow as Reality and Trope in Canadian Literature”, American Review of Canadian Studies, Autumn 1987, 17.3: 323-33.

43Barber, Lester, “Alice Munro: the Stories of Runaway”, ELOPE: English Life Overseas Perspectives and English, 2006, 3.1-12: 143-56.

44Becker, Susanne, “Exploring Gothic Contextualization: Alice Munro and Lives of Girls and Women”, Gothic Forms of Feminine Fiction, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1999, 103-50.

45Beer, Janet, “Short Fiction with Attitude: The Lives of Boys and Men in Lives of Girls and Women”, Year Book of English Studies, 2001, 31: 125-32.

46Bennett, Donna, “Open. Secret. Telling Time in Alice Munro’s Fiction”/ Brown, Russel Morton, “Open Secrets? Alice Munro and the Mystery Story”, Open Letter, Fall Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 185-211.

47Beran, Carol L, “Images of Women's Power in Contemporary Canadian Fiction by Women”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1990, 15.2: 5576.

48---, “The Luxury of Excellence, Alice Munro and The New Yorker”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1998, 66: 204-31.

49---, “Thomas Hardy, Alice Munro and the Question of Influence”, American Review of Canadian Literature, Summer 1999, 29.2: 237-58.

50---, “The Pursuit of Happiness: A Study of Alice Munro’s Fiction”, Social Science Journal, 2000, 37.3: 329-45.

51Besner, Neil, “The Bodies of the Texts in Lives of Girls and Women: Del Jordan's Reading”, Multiple Voices: Recent Canadian Fiction, Jeanne Delbaere, Ed, Sydney, Dangaroo Press, 1990, 131-44.

52Bigot, Corinne, “‘And now another story surfaced’: Re-emerging Voices, Stories and Secrets in Alice Munro’s ‘Family Furnishings’”, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, Autumn 2008, 31.1: 28-35.

53---, “L’italique et l’inscription de la résurgence dans les nouvelles d’Alice Munro”, Bulletin de la société de stylistique anglaise, 2008, 31: 63-76.

54---, “Images du silence dans ‘Vandals’ et ‘Nettles’ d’Alice Munro”, Pratiques de la transgression dans la littérature et les arts visuels. Acte du colloque international “Les transgressions verbi-voco-visuelles”, Orléans juin 2007, Héliane Ventura and Philippe Mottet, Eds, Québec: Les Editions de l’instant même, 2009, 169-81.

55---, “D’impossibles départs en impossibles retours et impossibles interprétations: ‘Runaway’ d’Alice Munro”, Confluences, 29: Arrivées/Départs, Monique Chassagnol, Ed, Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest 2010, [publication pending].

56Birbalsingh, Franck, “Women in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women”, Canadiana. Studies in Canadian Literature, Jørn Carlen and Knud Larsen, Eds, Aarhus, Aarhus University Press, 1984, 131-37.

57Blin, Lynn, “Hearing Voices: Coordinate Structures and Resurging Narrative Voices in Alice Munro’s ‘Friend of my Youth’”, Bulletin de la société de stylistique anglaise, 2008, 31: 135-51.

58Blodgett, E.D, “Prisms and Arcs: Structure in Hebert and Munro”, Figures in a Ground. Canadian Essays on Modern Literature. Collected in Honor of Sheila Watson, Diane Bessai, Ed, Saskatoon, Western Producer Prairie Books, 1978, 99-121/333-34.

59Blythe, Hall, “Munro’s ‘Walker Brothers Cowboy’”, Explicator, Winter 2007, 6.2: 115-17.

60Bowen, Deborah, “In Camera: The Developed Photographs of Margaret Laurence and Alice Munro”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1998, 13.1: 20-33.

61Buchholtz, MirosŁawa, “Pseudo-longinus and the Affective Theory in Alice Munro’s Stories”, Open Letter, Fall Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 89102.

62Canitz, A.E. Christa and Roger Seamon, “The Rhetoric of Fictional Realism in the Stories of Alice Munro”, Canadian Literature, Autumn 1996, 150: 67-80.

63Carrington, Ildikó de Papp, “Definitions of a Fool: Alice Munro's ‘Walking on Water’ and Margaret Atwood's Two Stories About Emma: ‘The Whirlpool Rapids’ and ‘Walking on Water’”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1991, 28.2: 135- 49.

64---, “Rubble or Remedy? Review of Alice Munro's Friend of My Youth”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1991, 44: 162-69.

65---, “What's in a Title? Alice Munro's ‘Carried Away’”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1993, 30: 555-64.

66---, “Talking Dirty: Alice Munro's ‘Open Secrets’ and John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1994, 31.4: 595-606.

67---, “Double-Talking Devils: Alice Munro's ‘A Wilderness Station’”, Essays on Canadian Writing, Spring 1996, 58: 71-92.

68---, “‘Don't Tell (on) Daddy’: Narrative Complexity in Alice Munro's ‘The Love of a Good Woman’”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1997, 34.2: 159-70.

69---, “Recasting the Orpheus Myth: Alice Munro's ‘The Children Stay’ and Jean Anouilh's Eurydice”, Essays on Canadian Writing, Spring 1998, 66: 191-204.

70---, “Other Rooms, Other Texts, Other Selves: Alice Munro's ‘Sunday Afternoon’ and ‘Hired Girl’”, Journal of the Short Story in English/Cahiers de la nouvelle, Spring 1998, 30: 33-44.

71---, “Where Are You, Mother? Alice Munro's ‘Save the Reaper’”, Canadian Literature, Summer 2002, 173: 34-51.

72Carscallen, James, “Three Jokers: The Shape of Alice Munro's Stories”, Centre and Labyrinth: Essays in Honour of Northrop Frye, Eleanor Cook et al, Eds, Toronto, Buffalo, London (Ont.), University of Toronto Press, 1983, 128-46.

73---, “The Shining Houses: A Group of Stories”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 85-101.

74Cencig, Elizabeth, “The Jordans: Remembering Invented Past in Christa Wolf’s Kindheitsmuster and Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women”, International Journal of Canadian Studies, Fall 1992, 6: 63-85.

75Charman, Caitlin, “There's Got to Be Some Wrenching and Slashing: Horror and Retrospection in Alice Munro's ‘Fits’”, Canadian Literature, Winter 2006, 191: 13-19.

76Chiappini, Loredana, “La madre: desiderio e ossessione nella narrativa di Alice Munro”, Annali Accademici Canadesi, 1989, V: 69-81.

77Clark, Myriam Marty, “Allegories of Reading in Alice Munro's ‘Carried Away’”, Contemporary Literature, 1996, 37.1: 49-61.

78Coe, Clellan and Gerry Brenner, “Dialogizing a Narrative’s Nativity. Alice Munro’s ‘Chaddeleys and Flemings’”, North Dakota Quarterly, 1997, 64.2: 125-41.

79Colvile, Georgiana, “Relating (to) the Spec(tac)ular Other: Alice Munro's ‘The Albanian Virgin’”, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, Autumn 1998, 21.1: 83-91.

80---, “Skunking the Reader. Alice Munro's Olfactory Discourse in Four Recent Short Stories”, Open Letter, Fall Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 151-65.

81Condé, Mary, “True Lies: Photographs in the Stories of Alice Munro”, Etudes canadiennes, 1992, 32: 97-110.

82---, “The Ambiguities of History in Alice Munro's The Love of a Good Woman”, Etudes canadiennes, 1999, 46: 123-30.

83---, “Voyage toward an Ending: Alice Munro's ‘Goodness and Mercy’”, Telling Stories. Postcolonial Short Fiction in English, Jacqueline Bardolph, Ed, Amsterdam-Atlanta, Rodopi, 2001, 59-66. First published in Acqua. Realtà e Metafora. Proc of XI Convegno Internazionale AISC, Nov 1996, Siena, Laura Ferri, Fabio Mugnaini and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, Rome, Semar, 1998, 111-18.

84---, “Fathers in Alice Munro's ‘Fathers’”, Journal of the Short Story in English/Cahiers de la nouvelle, Autumn 2003, 41, 93-101.

85---, “Coded Language in Alice Munro's ‘Runaway’”, Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 177-83.

86Conron, Brandon, “Munro's Wonderland”, Canadian Literature, Autumn 1978, 78: 109-23.

87Cooke, John, The Influence of Painting on Five Canadian Writers: Alice Munro, Hugh Hood, Timothy Findley, Margaret Atwood and Michael Ondaatje, Lewiston (New York)/Queenston (Ont.), The Edwin Mellen Press, 1996, 69-85.

88Crisafulli-Jones, Lilla Maria, “Il doppio femminile nella narrativa di Alice Munro, Canada: testi e contesti. Alfredo Rizzardi, Ed, Abamo Terne, Piovan, 1983, 125-37.

89Crouse, David, “Resisting Reduction: Closure in Richard Ford's Rock Spring and Alice Munro's Friend of My Youth”, Canadian Literature, Autumn 1995, 146: 51-64.

90D’Alfonso, Francesca, “Cartoline del Canada: Il viaggio nella narrativa di ALice Munro”, Canada: le rotte della libertà. Proc of Convegno Internazionale dell AISC, Oct 2005, Monopoli, Giovanni Dotoli, Ed, Fasano, Scena Editore, 2006, 357-62.

91---, “Storie e anti storie della provincia canadese: un’analisi di ‘The Beggar Maid’ di Alice Munro”, Rivista di Studi Canadesi, 2002, 15: 185-93.

92Davey Franck, “Class, ‘Family Furnishings’ and Munro’s Early Stories”, Open Letter, Fall Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 79-88.

93Dawson, Carrie, “Skinned: Taxidermy and Pedophilia in Alice Munro's ‘Vandals’”, Canadian Literature, Spring 2005, 184: 69-83.

94Daziron, Héliane, “The Preposterous Oxymoron. A Study of Alice Munro’s ‘Dance of the Happy Shades’”, Literary Half Yearly, 1983, 24.2: 11624.

95---, “The Dialectics of Separation and Distance: A Differential Approach to Alice Munro's ‘Dulse’”, Etudes canadiennes, 1985, 18: 69-82.

96---, “The Pattern of Exclusion in Alice Munro's ‘Day of the Butterfly’”, Journal of the Short Story in English/Cahiers de la nouvelle, 1985, 5: 9-21.

97---, “The Anatomy of Embedding in Alice Munro's ‘Half a Grapefruit’”, RANAM, 1987, 20: 103-07.

98---, “Symbols of Transformation: Alice Munro's ‘Mrs. Cross and Mrs. Kidd’”, Open Letter, Summer 1987, 6-8: 15-24.

99Daziron-Ventura, Héliane, “Hérésie et orthodoxie dans ‘Memorial’ d'Alice Munro”, Etudes canadiennes, 1988, 24: 99-107.

100---, “The Camera Eye and The De-stabilization of Reality in Alice Munro's ‘Lichen’”, Visions Critiques, 1988, V: 23-34. 

101De Luca, Anna Pia, “The Strange World of Art: Alice Munro’s Vision of the Canadian Female Writer”, Italy and Canadian Culture. Nationalisms in the New Millenium, Anna Pia de Luca and Deborah Saidero, Eds, Udine, 2001, Forum, 163-74.

102Dhallie, Harvard, “Unconsummated Relations: Isolation and Rejection in Alice Munro’s Stories”, World Literature Written in English, 1972, 11.1: 43- 48.

103---, “The Fiction of Alice Munro”, Ploughshares, 1978, 4.3:56-71.

104Ditsky, John, “The Figure in the Linoleum: The Fiction of Alice Munro”, The Hollins Critic, June 1985, 22.3: 1-10.

105Djwa, Sandra, “Deep Caves and Kitchen Linoleum: Psychological Violence in the Fiction of Alice Munro”, Violence in the Canadian Novel since 1960/Violence dans le roman canadien depuis 1960, Virginia Harger-Grinling and Terry Goldie, Eds, St John, Newfoundland, Memorial University of Newfoundland Press, 1981, 177-190.

106Dombrowski, Eileen, “'Down to Earth': Alice Munro and Transcience”, The University of Windsor Review, Fall-Winter 1978, 14.1: 21-29.

107Duffy, Dennis, “A Dark Sort of Mirror: ‘The Love of a Good Woman’ as Pauline Poetics”, Essays on Canadian Writing, Winter 1998, 66: 16990.

108Duncan, Isla, J, “An Examination of the ‘Double Distancing’ Narrative Perspective in Munro”, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 1993, 8.1: 53-70.

109---, “‘It Seems So Much the Truth It Is the Truth’: Persuasive Testimony in Alice Munro's ‘A Wilderness Station’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2003, 28.2: 98-111.

110---, “Disparity and Deception in Alice Munro’s ‘Lichen’”, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 2006, 19. 1: 61-75.

111---, “Social Classes in Alice Munro’s ‘Sunday Afternoon’ and ‘The Hired Girl’, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 2009, 22.1: 15-30.

112Dvorak, Martha, “Alice Munro's ‘Lovely Tricks’ from Dance to the Happy Shades to Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage”, Open Letter, Fall Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 55-77.

113---, “An Aesthetics of Breakage: A Mazing Controlled Chaos”, Open Letter, Spring 2007, 13.2: 27-39.

114Elderedge, L. M., “A Sense of Ending in Lives of Girls and Women”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1984, 9.1: 110-15.

115Elliott, Gayle, “A Different Track: Feminist Meta-Narrative in Alice Munro's ‘Friend of My Youth’”, Journal of Modern Literature, 1996, 20.1: 75-84.

116Ferri, Laura, “Floods in Alice Munro’s Landscapes”, Acqua, Realtà e Metafora. Proc of XI Convegno Internazionale AISC, Nov 1996, Siena, Laura Ferri, Fabio Mugnaini and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, Rome, Semar, 1998, 155-61.

117---, “Mothers and Other Secrets”, Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 137150.

118---, “Crossing Borders in Alice Munro’s Short Stories”, Englishes, 2005, 26.9: 137-49.

119---, “Home, Homecoming, ‘Child’s Play’”, Reading Alice Munro in Italy, Gianfranca Baslestra, Laura Ferri and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, The Franck Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, Dept of Italian Studies, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Legas, 2008, 93-108.

120Fitzpatrick, Margaret Anne, “‘Projection’ in Alice Munro's Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 15-20.

121Forceville, Charles, “Language, Time, and Reality: The Stories of Alice Munro”, External and Detached, Canada Cahiers n°4, Charles Forceville, et al. Eds, Amsterdam, Free University Press, 1988, 37-44.

122---, “Alice Munro's Layered Structures”, Shades of Empire in Colonial and Postcolonial Literatures, C.C. Barfoot and Theo D'haen, Eds, AmsterdamAtlanta, GA, Rodopi, 1993, 301-10.

123Fowler, Rowena, “The Art of Alice Munro: The Beggar Maid and Lives of Girls and Women”, Critique. Studies in Modern Fiction, Summer 1984, 25.4: 189-98.

124Foy, Nathalie, “‘Darkness Collecting’: Reading ‘Vandals’ as a Coda to Open Secrets”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1998, 66: 147-68.

125Francesconi, Sabrina, “Gnoseological and Epistemological Skepticism in Alice Munro’s Short Stories”, Il Canada tra modernità e tradizione. Proc of Seminario di Studi, 2000, Monopoli, Giovani Dotoli, Ed, Fasano, Schena Editore, 2001, 145-54.

126---, “Writing Secrets as ‘Betraying the Past’: Alice Munro's ‘What is Remembered’”, Open Letter, Fall/Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 24353.

127---, “‘Maps Slidings’: La narrazione dello spazio in Alice Munro”, Spazio: teoria, rapprensentazione, lettura, Francesca Di Blasio and Carla Locatelli, Eds, Trento, Editrice Università degli Studi di Trento, 2006, 183-90.

128---, “I and the Village: Locating Home and Self in Alice Munro’s ‘Soon’’, Reading Alice Munro in Italy, Gianfranca Baslestra, Laura Ferri and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, The Franck Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, Dept of Italian Studies, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Legas, 2008, 71-82.

129---, “Memory and Desire in Alice Munro’s Stories”, Textus, C. Locatelli and E. Ziarek, Eds, 2009, 22.2, 341-59.

130Frye, Joanne, “Growing up Female: Lives of Girls and Women and The Bluest Eye”, Living Stories, Telling Lives. Women and the Novel in Contemporary Experience, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1986, 77-108.

131Garson, Marjorie, “Synecdoche and the Munrovian Sublime: Parts and Wholes in Lives of Girls and Women”, English Studies in Canada, 1994, 20.4: 413-29.

132---, “‘I Would Try to Make Lists’: The Catalogue in Lives of Girls and Women”, Canadian Literature, 1996, 150: 45-63.

133---, “Alice Munro and Charlotte Brontë”, University of Toronto Quarterly, Fall 2000, 69.4: 783-825.

134Gault, Cinda, “The Two Addies: Maternity and Language in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women and William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying”, American Review of Canadian Studies, Fall 2006, 36.3: 440-57.

135Gerlach, John, “To Close or not to Close: Alice Munro’s ‘The Love of A Good Woman’”, Journal of Narrative Theory, Winter 2007, 37.1: 14658.

136Gilbert, Paula Ruth, “All Roads Pass through Jubilee: Gabrielle Roy’s La Route d’Altamont and Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women”, Colby Quarterly, 1993, 29.2: 136-48.

137Giordani, Maria Rosa, “Gustave Flaubert, Alice Munro: Due microcosmi a confronto”, Rivista de Studi Canadesi, 8, 1995, 187-94.

138---, “ Il quotidiano perturbante nell’universo femminile di Open Secrets di Alice Munro”, Prospettive di Cultura Canadese. Proc of Seminario Internazionale June 1998, Monopoli, Giovanni Dotoli, Ed, Fasano, Schena Editore, 1999, 255-68.

139Gittings, Christopher, “Constructing a Scots-Canadian Ground: Family History and Cultural Translation in Alice Munro”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1997, 34.1: 27-37.

140Godard, Barbara, “ ‘Heirs of the Living Body’: Alice Munro and the Question of a Female Aesthetic”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 43-71.

141Gold, Joseph, “Our Feeling, Exactly: The Writing of Alice Munro”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 1-14.

142Goldman, Marlene, “Penning in the Bodies: The Construction of Gendered Subjects in Alice Munro's ‘Boys and Girls’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1990, 15.1: 62-75.

143Gonzales, Maria Luz, “Alice Munro and the Evolving Construction of the Female Self”, Insights and Bearings, Manuel Brito and Mathilde Martin Gonzales, Eds, Tennerife, Universidad de la Laguna, 2007, 179-90.

144Grabes, Herbert, “Creating to Dissect: Strategies of Character Portrayal and Evaluation in Short Stories by Margaret Laurence, Alice Munro and Mavis Gallant”, Modes of Narrative: Approaches to American, Canadian and British Fiction, Reingard Nischik and Barbara Korte, Eds, Würzburg, Königshausen and Neumann, 1990, 119-28.

145Hampson, Robert, “Johnny Panic and the Pleasure of Disruption”, Re-reading the Short Story, Clare Hanson, Ed, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1989, 69-85.

146Hanly, Charles, “Autobiography and Creativity: Alice Munro's ‘Fits’”, Reflections: Autobiography and Canadian Literature, Klaus Stich, Ed, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 1988, 163-71.

147Harris, Margaret, “Authors and Authority in Lives of Girls and Women”, Sydney Studies in English, 1986/1987, 12, 101-13.

148Heller, Deborah, “Getting Loose: Women and Narration in Alice Munro's Friend of My Youth”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1998, 66: 60-80.

149Hernáez Lerena, Maria Jesús, “Modulacion de mundos imaginarios a travès de dos técnicas de presentación del tiempo en Dance of the Happy Shades”, Miscelánea, 1998, 19: 57-87.

150---, “Fiction as Short-Storyness: some Textual Strategies in Alice Munro’s Narratives”, Revista canaria de estudios ingleses, 1998, 36: 215-29.

151Hiscock, Andrew, “‘Looking for a Human Climate’: Alice Munro's Friend of My Youth and the Culture of Loss”, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 1997, 32.2: 17-34.

152Houston, Pam, Fall “A Hopeful Sign: The Making of Metonymic Meaning in Alice Munro's ‘Meneseteung’”, The Kenyon Review, 1992, 14.4: 7992.

153Howells, Coral Ann, “Worlds Alongside: Contradictory Discourses in the Fiction of Alice Munro”, Gaining Ground: European Critics on Canadian Literature, Robert Kroetsch and Reingard Nischik, Eds, Edmonton, Alberta, NeWest, 1985, 121-36.

154---, “Alice Munro: Lives of Girls and Women; The Beggar Maid”, Private and Fictional Words: Canadian Women Novelists of the 70s and 80s, London, Methuen, 1987, 71-88.

155---, “Alice Munro's Art of Indeterminacy: The Progress of Love”, Modes of Narrative: Approaches to American, Canadian and British Fiction, Reingard Nischik and Barbara Korte, Eds, Würzburgn, Königshausen and Neumann, 1990, 141-52.

156---, “A Question of Inheritance: Canadian Women’s Short Stories”, Determined Women: Studies in the Construction of the Female Subject 1900-1990, Jennifer Birkett and Elizabeth Harvey, Eds, Savage, Barnes and Noble, 1991, 108-29.

157---, “Star Maps and Shifting Perspectives. Alice Munro’s The Moons of Jupiter”, Union in Partition, Marc Maufort, Ed, Liège, Université de Liège, 1997, 173-80.

158---, “Intimate Dislocations: Buried History and Geography in Alice Munro's Sowesto Stories”, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 1999, 14.1: 7-16.

159---, “Intimate Dislocations: Alice Munro’s Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage”, Contemporary Canadian Women's Fiction, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003, 53-78.

160---, “The Telling of Secrets / The Secrets of Telling: An Overview of Alice Munro's Enigma Variations from Dance of the Happy Shades to Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage”, Open Secrets, Fall/Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 39-54.

161---, “Alice Munro’s Heritage Narratives”, Where are the Voices Coming from? Canadian Culture and the Legacies of History, Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2004, 5-14.

162Hoy, Helen, “Rose and Janet: Alice Munro's Metafiction”, Canadian Literature, Summer 1989, 121: 59-83.

163---, “Alice Munro: ‘Unforgettable, Indigestible Messages’”, Journal of Canadian Studies, Spring 1991, 26.1: 5-21.

164---, “‘Dull, Simple, Amazing and Unfathomable: Paradox and Double Vision in Alice Munro's Fiction”, Studies in Canadian Literature, Spring 1980, 5: 100-15.

165Hunter, Adrian, “Story into History. Alice Munro’s Minor Literature”, English: The Journal of English Association, Autumn 2004, 53: 21938.

166Hutchison, Lorna, “Uncovering the Grotesque in Fiction by Alice Munro and Gabrielle Roy”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2008, 33.1: 187-210.

167Ingram, David, “Contemplation of a Set of Maps: a response to Howells’ ‘Intimate Dislocations’”, British Journal of Canadian Studies, 1999, 14.1: 17-20.

168Irvine, Lorna, “Hostility and Reconciliation. The Mother in English Canadian Fiction”, American Review of Canadian Studies, 1978, 8.1: 56-64.

169---, “A Psychological Journey: Mothers and Daughters in English Canadian Fiction”, The Lost Tradition: Mothers and Daughters in Literature, Cathy Davidson and E.M. Broner, Eds, New York, Ungar, 1980, 242-52.

170---, “Changing is the Word I want”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 99-111.

171---, “Women's Desire / Women's Power: The Moons of Jupiter”, Sub/Version, Toronto, ECW Press, 1986, 93-110.

172---, “Questioning Authority: Alice Munro's Fiction”, CEA Critic, Fall 1987, 50.1: 57-66.

173Jamieson, Sara, “The Fiction of Agelessness. Work, Leisure, and Ageing in Alice Munro’s ‘Pictures of the Ice’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2004, 29.1: 106-26.

174Jansen, Reamy, “Being Lonely: Dimension of the Short Story”, Cross Currents, 1989-1990, 39.4, 391-401/419.

175Jarret, Mary, “Women's Bodies in Alice Munro's The Progress of Love”, RANAM, 1989, 22: 83-88.

176Johnson, Brian, “Private Scandals, Public Selves: the Education of Gossip in Who Do You Think You Are?, Dalhousie Review, 1998, 78.3: 415-35.

177Kamboureli, Smaro, “The Body as Audience and Performance in the Writing of Alice Munro”, A/Mazing Space: Writing Canadian Women Writing, Smaro Kamboureli and Shirley Newman, Eds, Edmonton, Longspoon/NeWest, 1986, 31-38.

178Keith, W.J., “Alice Munro”, A Sense of Style. Studies in the Art of Fiction in English Speaking Canada, Toronto, ECW Press, 1989, 155-74.

179Kelly, Darlene, “Alice Munro’s ‘Day of the Butterfly’: An American Source”, Ariel, 1998, 29.2: 115-28.

180Lacombe, Michèle, “‘Strips of Rough Linoleum’ Revisited: Reconsidering Realism in the Works of Alice Munro”, Open Letter, Fall/Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 211-30.

181Lamont-Stewart, Linda, “Order from Chaos: Writing in Self Defence in the Fiction of Alice Munro and Clark Blaise”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 113-21.

182Lecercle, Jean-Jacques, “Alice Munro's Two Secrets”, Open Letter, Fall Winter 2003-2004, 11.9/12.1: 25-36.

183Lecker, Robert, “Machines, Readers, Gardens: Alice Munro’s ‘Carried Away’”, Essays on Canadian Literature, Winter 1998, 66, 103-27.

184Le Gouic, Claire, “Myths We Live By: Alice Munro’s ‘Comfort’”, Open Letter, Spring 2007, 13.2: 62-71.

185Lesk, Andrew, “Playing the Parts: the ‘Corps morcelé’ in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2007, 32.1: 141-53.

186Levene, Marc, “‘It Was About Vanishing’: A Glimpse of Alice Munro's Stories”, University of Toronto Quarterly, Fall 1999, 68.4: 841-60.

187Lilienfeld, Jane, “Skirting the Imperial Shadow: Virginia Woolf and Alice Munro”, Woolf Studies Annual, 2004, 10: 253-74.

188Lostanlen, Claire, “Le défi dans The Progress of Love d'Alice Munro”, Défi/Challenge dans le roman canadien de langue française et de langue anglaise. Rouen, Collection de l’AFEC/ Cahiers de l'IPEC, 1994, 4: 155-62.

189Lynch, Gerald, “The One and Many: English Canadian Short Story Cycles”, Canadian Literature, 1991, 130: 91-104.

190---, “ ‘No Honey, I'm Home’: Place over Love in Alice Munro's Who Do You Think You Are?”, Canadian Literature, Spring 1999, 160: 73-98. Revised and reprinted in Lynch Gerald, The One and Many: English Canadian Short Story Cycles, Toronto, Toronto University Press, 2001, 159-81.

191Macdonald, Rae Mc Carthy, “A Madman Loose in the World: The Fiction of Alice Munro”, Modern Fiction Studies, Autumn 1976, 22.3: 365-74.

192---, “Structure and Detail in Lives of Girls and Women”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1978, 3.2: 199-210.

193Marra, Giulio, “Recovering the Past and Story Structure in Margaret Atwood’s ‘Hack Wednesday’ and Alice Munro’s ‘Age of Faith’”, Rivista di Studi Canadesi, 1996, 9: 73-86.

194Marroni, Francesco, “Il metodo di Alice Munro”, Scrivere e pensare il Canada. Proc of Seminario Internazionale di Studi Canadesi, 2002, Monopli, Giovanni Dotoli, Ed, Fasano, Schena Editore, 2003, 19-32.

195---, “ Alice Munro e il lato ‘grigio’ della vita”, I Colori del Canada. Proc of Seminario di Studi Canadesi, Pescara 2003, Giovanni Dotoli, Ed, Fasano, Schena Editore, 2004, 23-34.

196Martin, W.R., “Alice Munro and James Joyce”, Journal of Canadian Fiction, 1979, 24: 120-26.

197---, “The Strange and the Familiar in Alice Munro”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1982, 7.2: 214-26

198---, “‘Hanging Pictures Together’: Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo (Ont.), University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 21-34.

199---, “Alice Munro's Willa Cather”, Canadian Literature, Autumn 1992, 134: 42-57.

200Martin, W.R. and Warren Ober, “Family Relations in Alice Munro’s Fiction”, New Quarterly 7, 1987, 1-2: 247-54.

201---, “Alice Munro as Small Town Historian”, Essays on Canadian Literature, Winter 1998, 66: 128-46.

202---, “The Comic Spirit in Alice Munro’s Open Secrets”, Studies in Short Fiction, Winter 1998, 3.1: 41-7.

203---, “Alice Munro’s ‘Hold Me Fast Don’t Let Me Pass’ and ‘Tam Lin’”, ANQ, Summer 2000, 13.3: 44-8.

204Mathews, Lawrence, “‘Who Do You Think You Are?’: Alice Munro's Art of Disarrangement”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 181-93.

205May, Charles, “Why Does Alice Munro Write Short Stories?”, Wascana Review of Contemporary Poetry and Short Fiction, Spring 2003, 38.1: 16-28.

206Mayberry, Katherine, “‘Every Last Thing…. Everlasting’: Alice Munro and the Limits of Narrative”, Studies in Short Fiction, Fall 1992, 29.4: 53141.

207---, “Narrative Strategies of Liberation in Alice Munro”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1994, 19.2: 57-66.

208McCarthy, Dermot, “The Woman Outback: Alice Munro's ‘Meneseteung’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1994, 19.1: 1-19.

209McCombs, Judith, “Searching Bluebeard's Chamber: Grimm, Gothic, and Bible Mysteries in Alice Munro's ‘The Love of a Good Woman’”, American Review of Canadian Studies, Autumn 2000, 30.3: 327-48.

210McGill, Robert, “‘Somewhere I've Been Meaning to Tell You’: Alice Munro's Fiction of Distance”, The Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 2002, 37.1: 9-29.

211---, “Where Do You Think You Are? Alice Munro's Open Houses”, Mosaic, Dec. 2002, 35.4: 103-19.

212---, “Daringly out in the Public Eye: Alice Munro and the Ethics of Writing Back”, University of Toronto Quarterly, Summer 2007, 76.3: 874-89.

213---, “No Nation but Adaptation: ‘The Bear Came Over the Mountain’, Away from Her and What is Means to be Faithful”, Canadian Literature, Summer 2008, 197: 98-111.

214McIntyre, Tim, “The Way Stars really Do Come out at Night”: The Trick of Representation in Alice Munro’s ‘The Moons of Jupiter’”, Canadian Literature, Spring 2009, 200: 73-88.

215McMullen, Lorraine, “The Divided Self”, Atlantis, Spring 1980, 5.2: 5267.

216---, “‘Shameless, Marvellous, Shattering Absurdity’: The Humour of Paradox in Alice Munro”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 144-62.

217McWilliams, Eileen, “Transatlantic Communities: The Joycian Influence in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women”, Narratives of Community: Women’s Short Story Sequences, Roxanne Harde, Ed, Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars, 2007, 372-88.

218Melsom, Ryan, “Robert’s Raspberry Bombe and Critical Indifference in Alice Munro’s ‘Labor Day Dinner’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2009, 34.1: 142-59.

219Micros, Marianne, “Et in Ontario Ego: The Pastoral Ideal and The Blazon Tradition in Alice Munro's ‘Lichen’”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1998, 66: 44-59.

220Migliori Coco, Franca, “A Critical Perspective on Alice Munro’s Short Stories”, Canada Ieri e Oggi. Proc of VII Convegno Internazionale di Studi Canadesi 1988, Arcireale. Giovanni Bonanno, Ed, Fasano, Schena Editore, 1990, 111-19.

221Miller, Judith, “‘An Inner Bell That Rings’: The Craft of Alice Munro”, Antigonish Review, 1998, 115: 157-76.

222---, “On Looking into Rifts and Crannies: Alice Munro's Friend of My Youth”, Antigonish Review, 2000, 120: 205-26.

223---, “Deconstructing Silence: The Mystery of Alice Munro”, Antigonish Review, 2002, 129: 43-54.

224Monagram, David, “Confinement and Escape in Alice Munro’s ‘The Flats Road’”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1977, 14: 165-8.

225Moss, John, “Alice in the Looking Glass: Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women”, Sex and Violence in the Canadian Novel, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1977, 54-68.

226Murphy, Georgeann, “The Art of Alice Munro: Memory, Identity and the Aesthetics of Connection”, Canadian Women Writing Fiction, Michael Pearlman, Ed, Jackson, University of Mississippi Press, 1993, 12-27.

227Murray, Jennifer, “Aux difformes et aux légèrement dérangés: la figure du grotesque comme moyen d’accès au désordre du refoulé dans trois nouvelles d’Alice Munro”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2008, 33.1: 169-86.

228---, “Honte et Humiliation”: reconfigurations d’une écriture de soi chez Alice Munro (1931- )”. Proc. of Conference “Dynamiques de la mémoire, transmissions et reconfigurations des savoirs”, Université de Besançon [2009, publication pending]

229Murray, Jennifer and Lee Garner, “From Participant to Observer: Theatricality and Distantiation in Alice Munro’s ‘Lives of Girls and Women’ and ‘Royal Beatings’”, Journal of the Short Story in English/Cahiers de la nouvelle, Autumn 2008, 51: 149-58.

230New, W.H., “Pronouns and Prepositions: Alice Munro's Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You”, Dreams of Speech and Violence, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1987, 201-10.

231Nischik, Reingard, “Undoing Gender: Alice Munro’s ‘Boys and Girls’”, The Canadian Short Story: Interpretations, Rochester, Camden House, 2007, 203-18.

232Noonan, Gerald, “The Structure of Style in Alice Munro's Fiction”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 163-80.

233---, “Alice Munro’s Short Stories and the Art That Distrusts Art”, Short Fiction in the New Literatures in English, Jacqueline Bardolph, Ed, Nice, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, 1989, 141-6.

234Nunes, Mark, “Postmodern ‘Piecing’: Alice Munro's Contingent Ontologies”, Studies in Short Fiction, 1997, 34 (1): 11-26.

235Orange, John, “Alice Munro and a Maze of Time”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview: ECW Press, 1983, 83-98.

236Osachoff, Margaret Gail, Treacheries of the Heart’: Memoir, Confession, and Meditation in the Stories of Alice Munro”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts. Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview: ECW Press, 1983, 61-82.

237Osmond, Rosalie, “Arrangements, ‘Disarrangements’, and ‘Earnest Deceptions’”, Narrative Strategies in Canadian Literature, Coral Ann Howells and Lynette Hunter, Eds, Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 1991, 82-92.

238Packer, Miriam, “Lives of Girls and Women: A Creative Search for Completion”, The Canadian Novel: Here and Now, John Moss, Ed, Toronto, NC Press Ltd, 1978, 134-44.

239Palusci, Oriana, “The Memory of Ghosts: Alice Munro’s ‘My Mother’s Dream’”, Reading Alice Munro in Italy, Gianfranca Baslestra, Laura Ferri and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, The Franck Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, Dept of Italian Studies, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Toronto, 2008, 47-57.

240Perrakis, Phyliss Sternberg, “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Girl: Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women”, Atlantis, 1982, 7.2: 61-67.

241Prentice, Christine, “Story Telling in Alice Munro’s Lives and Girls and Women and Patricia Grace’s Potiki, Australian Canadian Studies, 1991, 8.2: 27-40.

242Pruitt, Virginia, “Alice Munro's ‘Fits’: Secrets, Mystery and Marital Relations”, Psychoanalytic Review, 2002, 89.2: 157-68.

243Pugliese, Cristiana, “What is Remembered: Memory and Loss in Alice Munro’s Short Stories, Canada, Le rotte della Libertà, Giovanni Dotoli, Ed, Fasano, Schena Editore, 2006, 413-19.

244Quatermaine, Peter, “‘Living on the Surface’: Versions of Real Life in Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women”, RANAM, 1987, 20: 117-26.

245Rasporich, Beverly, “Child-Women and Primitives in the Fiction of Alice Munro”, Atlantis, 1976, 1.2: 4-14.

246---, “Locating the Artist’s Muse: The Paradox of Femininity in Mary Pratt and Alice Munro”, Women as Artists, Christine Mason Sutherland and Beverly Rasporich, Eds, Calgary, Calgary University Press, 1993, 121-43.

247Redekop, Magdalene, “Alice Munro and the Scottish Nostalgic Grotesque”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1998, 66: 21-43.

248---, “Alice Munro’s Tilting Fields”, New Worlds: Discovering and Constructing the Unknown in Anglophone Literature, Martin Kuester, Ed, Munich, Ernst Vögl, 2000, 343-62.

249Regan, Stephen, “The Presence of the Past: Modernisms and Postmodernism in Canadian Short Fiction”, Narrative Strategies in Canadian Literature, Coral Ann Howells and Lynette Hunter, Eds, Milton Keynes, Open University Press, 1991, 108-34.

250Ricciardi, Caterina, “Una madre, une lettera, une fotografia: appunti per una novella canadese”, Annali Accademici Canadesi, 1989, V: 45-67.

251---, “The Secrets of Intertextuality: Alice Munro’s ‘Picture of the Ice’”, Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 121-36.

252---, “History and Prolepsis; the ‘Museum’ in Alice Munro’s ‘The Love of a Good Woman’”, Reading Alice Munro in Italy, Gianfranca Baslestra, Laura Ferri and Caterina Ricciardi, Eds, The Franck Iacobucci Centre for Italian Canadian Studies, Dept of Italian Studies, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto, Toronto, Legas, 2008, 35-45.

253Rimstead, Roxanne, “‘We live in a Rickety House’: Social Boundaries and Poor Housing: Alice Munro’s Gaze—from a Distance”, Remnants of a Nation: On Poverty Narratives by Women, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2001, 104-11.

254Rizzardi, Biancamaria, “Alice (Munro)’s Adventures in Wonderland”, Canada e Italia verso il duemila: metropolis a confronto. Proc. Of IX Convegno Internazionale di Studi Canadesi, 1992, Milan, Giovanni Bonanno and Alessandro Gebbia, eds, Fasano: Schena Editore, 1994, 107-20.

255Robson, Nora, “Alice Munro and the White American South: The Quest”, The Art of Alice Munro. Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo, University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 73-84.

256---, “Sense of Place in Alice Munro’s Fiction”, Literary Criterion, 1984, 19.3-4: 138-46.

257Rocard, Marcienne, “Alice Munro: À mi-chemin entre la nouvelle et le roman”, Journal of the Short Story in English /Cahiers de la nouvelle, 1983, 1: 103-11.

258---, “Who Do You Think You Are?: Un titre unifiant”, RANAM. La nouvelle canadienne anglophone, 1983, 15: 45-55.

259---, “ L'art et la nécessité de la connexion dans ‘Connections’ d'Alice Munro”, RANAM, 1987, 20: 109-15.

260Rooke, Constance, “Fear of the Open Heart”, A/Mazing Space: Writing Canadian Women Writing, Smaro Kamboureli and Shirley Newman, Eds, Edmonton, Longspoon/NeWest, 1986, 256-69.

261Ross, Catherine Sheldrick, “Calling Back the Ghost of the Old-Time Heroine: Duncan, Montgomery, Atwood, Laurence and Munro”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1979, 4.1: 43-58.

262---, “‘At Least Part Legend’: The Fiction of Alice Munro”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 112-26.

263Ross, Catherine, “‘Too Many Things’: Reading Alice Munro's ‘The Love of a Good Woman’”, University of Toronto Quarterly, 2002, 71.3: 786810.

264Saggini, Francesca, “Attraverso lo specchio: Lives of Girls and Women come Bildungsroman femminile”, Il confronto letterario, 1996, 13.26: 815-33.

265Sánchez-Soto, Cristina, “Spaces between Stories”, Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 231-41.

266Scobie, Stephen, “‘Lying Under the Apple Tree’: Alice Munro, Secrets and Autobiography”, Open Letter, Fall/Winter 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 16776.

267Sellwood, Jane, “‘Certain Vague Hopes of Disaster’: A Psychosemiotic Reading of Alice Munro's ‘The Found Boat’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1992, 17.1: 1-16.

268Seyersted, Peter, “‘Who Do You Think You Are?’: Alice Munro and the Place of Origin”, American Studies in Scandinavia, 1992, 24.1: 17-23.

269Shih, Elizabeth, “Phallicism and Ambivalence in Alice Munro's ‘Bardon Bus’”, Contemporary Literature, 2003, 44.1: 73-105.

270Smith, Rowland, “Rewriting the Frontier. Wilderness and Social Code in the Fiction of Alice Munro”, Telling Stories. Postcolonial Short Fiction in English, Jacqueline Bardolph, Ed, Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA, Rodopi, 2001, 77-90.

271Smythe, Karen E., “Shapes and Shades of Death: the Meaning of Loss in Alice Munro’s Early Stories”, Wascana Review, Spring 1990, 25.1: 41-52.

272---, “Sad Stories: The Ethics of Epiphany in Munrovian Elegy”, University of Toronto Quarterly, 1991, 60.4: 493-506.

273---, Figuring Grief: Gallant, Munro and the Poetics of Elegy, Montreal and Kingston, London and Buffalo, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992, 106-52.

274Somacarrera, Pilar, “Exploring the Impenetrability of Narrative: A Study of Linguistic Modality in Alice Munro's Early Fiction”, 1996, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2.1: 79-91.

275---, “Speech Presentation and ‘Coloured’ Writing in Alice Munro’s Who Do You Think You Are?”, Textual Studies in Canada, 1998, 10-11: 69-79.

276---, “The Codification of Uncertainty: Modality in English Canadian Fiction”, Aspects of Discourse Analysis, Pilar Alonso, Maria Sanchez, Eds, Salamanca, Ed Universidad de Salamanca, 2002, 119-29.

277Soper-Jones, Ella, “Wilderness Stations: Peregrination and Homesickness in Alice Munro's Open Secrets”, Wascana Review of Contemporary Poetry and Short Fiction, 2003, 38.1: 29-50.

278Stead, Kit, “‘The Twinkling of an I’ in Alice Munro’s Friend of My Youth”, The Guises of Canadian Diversity, Serge Jaumain and Marc Maufort, Eds, Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2004, 151-64.

279Stewart, Ralph, “A note on ‘Executioners’ and The Fall of Troy”, Journal of the Short Story in English/Cahiers de la nouvelle, 2004, 42: 15965.

280Stich, Klaus, P., “The Cather Connection and Alice Munro’s ‘Dulse’”, Modern Language Studies, Fall 1989, 19.4: 102-11.

281---, “Letting Go with the Mind: Dionysus and Demeter in Alice Munro's ‘Meneseteung’”, Canadian Literature, 2001, 169: 106-25.

282---, “Munro’s Grail Quest: The Progress of Logos”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2007, 31.1: 120-40.

283Strass, Jennifer, “Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman: Cultural Contexts and the Quest for Identity in Alice Munro’s Lives of Girls and Women and Miles Franklin’s My Brilliant Career and My Career Goes Bang”, Australian Canadian Studies, 1991, 8.2: 41-55.

284Struthers, J.R., “Reality and Ordering: The Growth of a Young Artist in Lives of Girls and Women”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1975, 3: 3246.

285---, “Alice Munro and the American South”, The Canadian Novel: Here and Now, John Moss, Ed, Toronto, NC Press Ltd, 1978, 121-33.

286---, “Alice Munro's Private Imagination”, The Art of Alice Munro: Saying the Unsayable, Judith Miller, Ed, Waterloo, University of Waterloo Press, 1984, 103-12.

287Stubbs, Andrew, “Fictional Landscapes: Mythology and Dialectic in the Fiction of Alice Munro”, World Literature Written in English, 1984, 23.1: 53-62.

288Sturgess, Charlotte, “Alice Munro's ‘Progress of Love’: Secrets, Continuity and Closure”, Etudes canadiennes, 1991, 30: 105-12.

289---, “La représentation féminine et la mise en scène dans The Beggar Maid”, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, 1995, 17.2: 44-9.

290---, “Alice Munro’s Fiction: Female Identities as Postcolonial Discourse”, La création biographique, Marta Dvorak, Ed, Collection de l’AFEC/Cahiers de L’IPEC, 1997, 5: 85-90.

291Suárez Lafuente, M.S., “Fiction and Reality in Alice Munro’s Short Stories”, Short Fiction in the New Literatures in English, Jacqueline Bardolph, Ed, Nice, Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, 1989, 147-51.

292Szalay, Edina, “The Gothic as Adolescent Fantasy: Alice Munro’s Lives and Girls and Women”, Central European Journal of Canadian Studies, 2001, 1: 5-17.

293Tausky, Thomas E., “ 'What Happened to Marion?': Art and Reality in Lives of Girls and Women”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1986, 11.1: 52-76.

294Taylor, Michael, “The Unimaginable Vancouvers: Alice Munro's Words”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 127-43.

295Thacker, Robert, “‘Clear Jelly’: Alice Munro's Narrative Dialectics”, Probable Fictions: Alice Munro's Narrative Acts, Louis MacKendrick, Ed, Downsview, ECW Press, 1983, 37-60.

296---, “Connections: Alice Munro and Ontario”, American Review of Canadian Studies, 1984, 14.2: 213-26.

297---, “‘So Shocking a Verdict in Real Life’: Autobiography in Alice Munro's Stories’, Reflections: Autobiography and Canadian Literature, Klaus Stich, Ed, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 1988, 153-62.

298---, “Alice Munro’s Willa Cather”, Canadian Literature, 1992, 134: 42-57.

299---, “Alice Munro: Writing ‘Home’, ‘Seeing This Trickle in Time’”, Essays on Canadian Writing, Spring 1998, 66: 1-20.

300---, “Mapping Munro: Reading the Clues”, Dominant Impressions: Essays on the Canadian Short Story, Gerald Lynch and Angela Arnold Robbeson, Ed, Ottawa, University of Ottawa Press, 1999, 127-35.

301---, “Alice Munro’s Ontario”, Tropes and Territories, Marta Dvorak and W.H. New, Eds, Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007, 10318.

302Thomas, Sue, “Reading Female Sexual Desire in Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women”, Critique, Winter 1995, 36.2: 107-20.

303Ventura-Daziron, Héliane, “Of Beasts and Stones: ‘Mrs. Cross and Mrs. Kidd’”, Commonwealth Essays and Studies, Spring 1989, 11.2: 75-82.

304Ventura, Héliane, “‘Fits’: A Baroque Tale”, RANAM, 1989, 22: 89-97.

305---, “‘Walking on Water’: A Grammar of Mystification”, Etudes canadiennes, 1989, 27: 131-40.

306---, “Country Girls and City Girls in Alice Munro's ‘The Progress of Love’”, Etudes canadiennes, 1990, 29: 223-33.

307---, “Alice Munro's ‘Forgiveness in Families’: The Story of a Parasite”, RANAM, 1991, 24: 137-42.

308---, “Delusion, Deception and Disillusionment in the Mountains: Alice Munro's ‘Providence’”, Etudes canadiennes, 1991, 31: 107-14.

309---, “Alice Munro's ‘Boys and Girls’: Mapping out Boundaries”. Commonwealth Essays and Studies, Autumn 1992, 15.1: 80-87.

310---, “The Setting Up of Unsettlement in Alice Munro's ‘Tell Me Yes or No’”, Postmodern Fiction in Canada, Théo D'Haen and Hans Bertens, Eds, Amsterdam, Rodopi, 1992, 105-123.

311---, “Iconography of Nationhood, Iconography of Womanhood”, The Canadian Journal of Rhetorical Studies, 1994, 4: 50-62.

312---, “The Ordinary as Subterfuge: Alice Munro's ‘Pictures of the Ice’”, Journal of the Short Story in English/Cahiers de la nouvelle, Spring 2002, 38: 73-84.

313---, “Alice Munro's Secret Ort”. Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 255-6.

314---, “L'implicite dans l'ekphrasis ou le crytogramme pictural dans ‘Boys and Girls’ d'Alice Munro”, L’implicite dans la nouvelle de langue anglaise, Laurent Lepaludier, Ed, Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2005, 157-67.

315---, “Le tracé de l'écart ou l'origine du monde réinventée dans ‘Lichen’ d'Alice Munro”, Texte/Image: nouveaux problèmes, Liliane Louvel, Henri Scetti, Eds, Actes du Colloque de Cerisy, Rennes, Presses de l’Université de Rennes, 2005, 269-81.

316---, “Traces on Sand and Lines of Descent in Alice Munro's ‘The Children Stay”, Le Canada: Nouveaux défis/Canada Revisited, Michelle Kaltenback and Marcienne Rocard, Eds, Toulouse, Presses Universitaires du Sud, 2005, 283-93.

317---, “Rewriting the Nativity Myth in Alice Munro’s ‘The Turkey Season’”, Open Letter, Into the Looking-Glass Labyrinth: Myths and Mystery in Canadian Literature, 2007, 13.2: 52-61.

318---, “Aesthetic Traces of the Ephemeral: Alice Munro’s Logograms in ‘Vandals’”, Tropes and Territories, Marta Dvorak and W.H. New, Eds, Montreal, McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007, 309-22.

319---, “De l’image au texte. Le devenir-nouvelle de ‘The Beggar Maid’ d'Alice Munro”, Etudes anglaises, 2008, 61.1: 58-67.

320---, “Storia di un immagine congelata: un racconto di Alice Munro”, Guardare oltre Letteratura, fotografia e altri territori, Silvia Albertazzi, Ferdinando Amigoni, Eds, Roma, Meltemi, 2008, 251-267.

321---, “Dall’ immagine all testo: La vergine mendicante di Alice Munro”, Rappresentazione allo specchio. Testo letterario e testo pittorico, Donata Meneghelli, Francesco Cattani, Eds, Roma, Meltemi, 2008, 139-54.

322---, “The Relevance of the Chimera: Ekphrasis, Anamorphosis and Phantasy, in ‘Runaway’ by Alice Munro”, Actes du Colloque The Relevance of Theory/La résonance de la théorie, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense, juin 2008, Chantal Delourme, Richard Pedot, Eds, [2010, publication pending]

323Wainwright, J.A., “Deep Caves and Kitchen Linoleum: The Tale within the Tale”, Journal of the Short Fiction in English, 1985, vol. 4: 141-9.

324---, “The Gate in her Head”, International Literature in English. Essays on Major Writers, Robert Ross, Ed, New York, Garland, 1991, 303-14.

325Wall, Kathleen, “Representing the Other Body. Frame Narratives in Margaret Atwood's ‘Giving Birth’ and Alice Munro's ‘Meneseteung’”, Canadian Literature, 1997, 154: 74-90.

326Ware, Tracy, “Tricks with a Sad Ring: The Endings of Alice Munro’s ‘The Ottawa Valley’”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 2006, 31.2: 126-41.

327Warwick, Susan, 1984, “Growing Up: The Novels of Alice Munro”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 29: 204-25.

328Waterson, Elizabeth, “Duncan, Munro and the Vistas of Memory”, Rapt in Plaid: Canadian Literature and Scottish Tradition, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 2001, 249-65.

329Weinhouse, Linda, “Alice Munro's Hard Luck Stories, or, There Is No Sexual Relation”, Critique, 1995, 36.2: 121-29.

330Wieckowska, Katarzyna, “The Corporeal Unspeakable: The Gothicized Body and Alice Munro’s Who Do You Think You are?”, Open Letter, 2003/2004, 11.9/12.1: 113-20.

331Williams, David, “Beyond Photography: Parody as Metafiction in the Novels of Alice Munro”, Confessional Fictions. A Portrait of the Artist in the Canadian Novel, Buffalo, London, Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1991, 193-218

332Woodcock, George, “‘The Plots of Life’: The Realism of Alice Munro”, Queen's Quarterly, 1986, 93.2: 235-50.

333York, Lorraine, “Lives of Joan and Del: Separate Paths to Transformation in Lives of Girls and Woman and Lady Oracle”, University of Windsor Review, 1986, 19.2: 1-10.

334---, “The Rival Bards. Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women and Victorian Poetry”, Canadian Literature, 1987, 112: 211-16.

335---, “Joyless in Jubilee?”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1987, vol. 34: 15761.

336---, Winter “‘Gulfs’ and ‘Connections’: The Fiction of Alice Munro”, Essays on Canadian Writing, 1987, 35: 135-46.

337---, “Distant Parts of Myself: The Topography of Alice Munro’s Fiction”, American Review of Canadian Studies, Spring 1988, 18.1: 33-8.

338---, The Other Side of Dailiness: Photography in the Works of Alice Munro, Timothy Findley, Michael Ondaatje and Margaret Laurence, Toronto, 1988, ECW, 21-50.

III. Bibliographies

339Mazur, Carol and Cathy Moulder, Alice Munro. An Annotated Bibliography of Works and Criticism, Lanhan, Md/Toronto, Canada, Plymouth, UK, The Scarecrow Press, 2007, 457 pp.

340Struthers, J.R, “Some Highly Subversive Activities: A Brief Polemic and a Check-list of Works on Alice Munro”, Studies in Canadian Literature, 1991, 6.1, 140-50.

341Thacker, Robert, “Alice Munro: An Annotated Bibliography”, The Annotated Bibliography of Canada's Major Authors, Ed. Robert Lecker and Jack David, Downsview (Ont.), ECW, 1984, V, 354-414.

342---, “‘Go Ask Alice’: The Progress of Munro Criticism”, Journal of Canadian Studies, Summer 1991, 26.2, 156-59.

343---, “‘What is Material?’: The Progress of Munro Criticism, part 2”, Journal of Canadian Studies, 1998, 33.2, 196-210.

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Corinne Bigot

Corinne Bigot recently completed a Ph.D thesis on Alice Munro entitled “L’espace du silence dans l’œuvre d’Alice Munro” (Université de Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense, décembre 2007) and has written other articles on this writer. She is a “Maitre de Conférences” in the English Department at the Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense.

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