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Alice Munro

Internationally acclaimed as the master of the modern short story, patronizing  the Southern Ontario Gothic Literary genre and with no less than 14 story collections in her kitty, Alice Munro has done her native Canada proud by bagging the country’s first Nobel Prize for Literature. Born to a poultry farmer and a school teacher in … Continue reading

Cure of Troy

Cure of Troy – August 30 saw the end of a legend Seamus Heaney, the great Irish poet next only to his own countryman and poet W.B.Yeats. Heaney was a versatile genius :  Translator,  Broadcaster,  Prose and Poetry writer, Professor of Rhetoric and Oratory, Professor of Poetry at Oxford, Visiting Professor at Harvard, winner of Nobel … Continue reading

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