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Alice Munro, a renowned Canadian short-story writer, in Clinton, Ontario, Canada, June 23, 2013. Munro, 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 on Oct. 10. Munro, 82, is the 13th woman to win the prize. (IAN WILLMS/NYT)
Alice Munro, a renowned Canadian short-story writer, in Clinton, Ontario, Canada, June 23, 2013. Munro, 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 on Oct. 10. Munro, 82, is the 13th woman to win the prize. (IAN WILLMS/NYT)

International press reacts to Munro’s Nobel triumph Add to ...

Alice Munro won the Nobel Prize for literature on Thursday, becoming the first Canadian to do so. The win was major news in the international press. Here’s a round-up of how different outlets around the world referred to Munro in their stories:

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