Widely recognized as one of the greatest short story writers of the last half century, Alice Munro's works have been collected in such volumes as Dance of the Happy Shades, The Beggar Maid, Open Secrets, Something I've Been Meaning to Tell You, and The View from Castle Rock. This bibliography-compiled to fill a gap in literary research relating to Munro's work-covers all of her fictional writing up to 2005 and includes annotations to interviews, Munro's non-fiction writings, and hundreds of critical books, theses, and articles. These descriptive annotations, coupled with a detailed subject index, display the broad range of subject approaches, assessments, and angles by which her complex, deep, and multi-layered work has been scrutinized by academics, journalists, writers, and critics. Also included are listings of book reviews, awards and reference works. The bibliography is arranged in two main sections: Primary Works (works by Munro) and Secondary Works (works about Munro). The subdivisions within the Primary section are: Books, Stories, Poems, Memoirs, Non-Fiction, Television and Radio, Films and Videocassettes, Sound Recordings, and Interviews. The subdivisions within the Secondary section are: Theses and Dissertations, Book Reviews, Books, Audiovisual, Articles and Chapters in Books, Bibliographies, Reference Works, and Awards. Complete with subject and title indexes, Alice Munro: An Annotated Bibliography of Works and Criticism is a comprehensive reference work on this important writer.
Publisher: Scarecrow Press