Runaway by Alice Munro
Storytellers usually delight in decisive heroes. But author Alice Munro has made her mark as a connoisseur of indecisive protagonists. Instead of Julien Sorel, who rises from poverty to conquer high society in Stendhal’s The Red and the Black, instead of Captain Ahab who goes fishing but will settle for nothing smaller than Moby Dick, Munro presents us …
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