Alice Munro, By Alice Munro

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In this story, Alice Munro describes a slice of life story for a young girl who has her first encounter of being dumped. Though, in her family they rarely drink if at all, not the same was expected of her. She herself thought of her mother as a very cunning and convincing person even though she was mostly very unemotional but was able to make a good impression when necessary. She was shaped by her inability to come to terms with her breakup through how she got drunk and by almost committing suicide via aspirin though, she stopped herself after the sixth aspirin. It shows how her character developed to be able to relive those memories with a hint of fondness for she wouldn’t be who she was today without them. It shaped her to be a more to be
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