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    Canadian author Alice Munro wins Nobel Prize in Literature - Alice Munro wins the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming the first Canadian woman to take the award since its launch in 1901. She tells...

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    Alice Munro Wins Nobel Prize in Literature ~ Love this woman, who gave eloquent voice to the lives of rural and small town Canadian women. ~ "The 82-year-old Canadian short story virtuoso was incredibly Canadian about the honor, remarking that she hopes her win will draw attention to other talented Canadian writers." ~ http://jezebel.com/alice-munro-becomes-13th-woman-to-win-nobel-prize-in-li-1443383641

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    #AliceMunro clinches #NobelPrize in #literature #NobelLiterature #Canada #Sweden #Stockholm http://www.newsencounter.com/alice-munro-clinches-nobel-prize-in-literature/3406 via @News_Encounter

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Canadian author Alice Munro, queen of the short story, is the 2013 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature.

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Alice Munro, 82, the renowned Canadian short-story writer whose visceral work explores the tangled relationships between men and women, small-town existence and the fallibility of memory, won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature. Ms. Munro revolutionized the architecture of short stories, often beginning a story in an unexpected place, then moving backward or forward in time. She brought a modesty and subtle wit to her work...often traced to her background growing up in rural Canada.

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Alice Munro (Nobel Prize in Literature 2013) (b. 1931) is a Canadian author writing in English. Munro's work has been described as having revolutionized the architecture of short stories, especially in its tendency to move forward and backward in time.

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