The History of Literature #236 – Alice Munro | The Love of a Good Woman 3

What does it mean to be good? What does it mean to love and be loved? What sacrifices do we make in order to bring about happiness? And how can we do any of this if we’re uncertain about the nature of reality? In this episode, we conclude our look at Alice Munro’s classic novella, “The Love of a Good Woman.”

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“Allemande Sting” by Kevin MacLeod (

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