Additional Resources for Walker Brothers Cowboy by Alice Munro

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Beran, Carol L., "The Luxury of Excellence: Alice Munro in the 'New Yorker,"' in Essays on Canadian Writing, Winter 1998, p. 204.

This interview with Munro focuses on the intention of her fiction to relate experiences of human behavior.

Braithwaite, Max, The Hungry Thirties, 1930-1940, Canada's Illustrated Heritage, 1978.

Braithwaite provides an illustrated overview of Canada during the depression.

Broadfoot, Barry, Ten Lost Years, 1929-1939, Doubleday Canada, 1973.

Ten Lost Years is a collection of personal reminiscences from people who lived in Canada during the depression.

Carrington, Ildiko de Papp, Controlling the Uncontrollable: The Fiction of Alice Munro, Northern Illinois University Press, 1989.

In this article, Canadian critic de Papp Carrington discusses Munro's fiction.

Conron, Brandon, "Munro's Wonderland," in Canadian Literature, Autumn 1978, pp. 109-23.

In this article, Conron discusses Munro's style and technique in her early short story collections.

Munro, Alice, "Dance of the Happy Shades: And Other Stories," Vintage, 1998.

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