With the short story entitled "The Bear Came Over the Mountain," Nobel Prize-winning writer Alice Munro presents a tale about the nearly 50-year marriage between Grant and Fiona. When Fiona begins to display signs that she is suffering from dementia, Grant must adjust his perspectives on both life and love, while simultaneously reflecting back upon his many secret betrayals throughout the life of their marriage. The story deals with themes such as betrayal, the abuse of power, and the nature of memory.
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Five books published in fourteen years have firmly established Alice Munro among Canada's best writers of prose fiction. Her form is the short story, and her material is largely the experience of a gi...