>The New Yorker: "A Withered Branch" by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya

> I guess I’ll give some allowances for this story, an appealing slice of a difficult life translated from the…

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>The New Yorker: "Axis" by Alice Munro

> Like many Alice Munro stories, this one covers a long period of time—fifty years. Her stories are somewhat unusual…

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