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Topic - Alice Munro
In a story Feb. 18 about the death of author Mavis Gallant, The Associated Press, quoting an editor from The New Yorker, reported erroneously that the magazine published 114 of Gallant's stories. The correct number of stories published was 116.
Canadian writer Alice Munro won this year's Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday.
"Dolly," one of the 14 stories in Alice Munro's "Dear Life," opens with the narrator and her husband, Franklin, a famed poet, planning their deaths.
Will Ferguson has won one of Canada's most prestigious literary awards for a novel about a Canadian family's entanglement in a Nigerian email scan.
As is the case with many of her more vivid characters, much is expected of Alice Munro because we know how much she can do.
Munro herself said: "Mavis Gallant was a marvelous short story writer and a constant hopeful influence on my life."