Time takes its toll on many writers but seems to leave others less scathed. Consider William Trevor and Nadine Gordimer and John Barth, all still productive past the age that Ronald Reagan was when he finished his presidency. Then there’s Alice Munro, whose stories still appear with reassuring frequency in Harper’s and the New Yorker and whose newest collection,...
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