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This book reveals that Alice Munro's gender very much colours and influences her fiction in dramatic ways, expressing itself in what feminist theorists have identified as 'writing the body'. Beverly Rasporich examines Munro as folk artist, ironist, and regionalist in relation to her femaleness and feminism.
Beverly Rasporich has written many articles on Canadian arts and culture, Native art and literature, Canadian humour, ethnicity, and multiculturalism. She teaches in the Department of Canadian Studies in the Faculty of Communication and Culture at the University of Calgary.