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Image: Alice Munro, Who Do You Think You Are?, Macmillan of Canada, 1989
She had another feeling as well, not envy but a shaky sort of longing (…) She wanted to fill up in that magical, releasing way, transform herself; she wanted the courage and the power.
Alice Munro, Who Do You Think You Are?, 1978. (Macmillan of Canada, 1989, p. 200)
This is post four of the “Restless Reader” a Leisure bibliography of restlessness in literature.