Alice Munro's daughter accepted Nobel Prize for literature on behalf of her mom Live
Alice Munro's daughter accepted the 2013 Nobel Prize for literature today on behalf of the Canadian author.
Jenny Munro accepts the 2013 #NobelPrize for Literature on behalf of her mom, #AliceMunro , from the King of Sweden http://pbs.twimg.com/media/BbJKk9iCcAAeZoc.jpg
The scene of today's ceremony:
Nobelmiddagen. Påminner mig om när jag var liten och mamma satt bänkad framför tv:n i många timmar. Själv tyckte jag att Nobeldagen var världens tråkigaste dag. #nobel #nobeldagen #december
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Alice Munro is famous for writing short fiction, and has been called the "master of the modern short story" by representatives of the Nobel Prize. Here's more background information on the author:
Alice MunroAlice Ann Munro (née Laidlaw; born 10 July 1931) is a Canadian author writing in English. Munro's work has been described as having ... via WikipediaWikipediavia Wikipedia at 1:47 PM
Munro's prose called 'stunningly precise' at Nobel ceremony in Stockholm bit.ly/J270Ij bit.ly/19FfdeZ #sweden
The impact of the prize has been significant.
Alice Munro's book sales increased over 4000% ater her Nobel win: nydn.us/1gWM2q0
Re-reading "Lives of Girls and Women" in honour of Alice Munro's Nobel Prize today. Such clarity and precision.
Munro said she had no regrets about not going to Sweden to accept the world herself:
Alice Munro, In Her Own Words: 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature
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"I was [confident] for a long time. I became very unconfident when I became grown up and met a few other people who were writing, and I realized it was a much harder job than I'd expected. But I never gave up, at all, it was just something I did."