‘Shadow Dance’, by Alice Munro: Tales for Rebel Women

Alice Munro (Wingham, Canada, 1931) won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2013 in recognition of “his mastery in the contemporary short story” according to the committee’s words. She was the first Canadian to receive the prestigious award and her acceptance speech was somewhat atypical, since it was not in person but through a visual … Read more

From Alice Munro to Virginia Woolf, six books written by women recommended by Teresa Helbig and her team

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This afternoon, at 5:30 p.m., the great moment of Theresa Helbig in the current edition of Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid (MBFWM). At that time he will present his new Autumn Winter 22/23 Collection which, under the title ‘Bookwalk’ (a mixture of the English terms ‘book’, book, and ‘catwalk’), pays homage to the passion for … Read more

Tales of Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro to thank and celebrate

Tales of Nobel Prize winner Alice Munro to thank and

Exclusive content The note you are trying to access is exclusively for subscribers Subscribe me Know our plansand enjoy El País without limits. Get into If you are already a subscriber you canenter with your username and password. A plot of allusions can sustain a story better than an argument. A simple prose, modest to … Read more