Canadian Nobel Prize-winning author Munro dies at 92

Updated May 15 2024 - 3:55am, first published 3:53am
Alice Munro has died after reportedly suffering from dementia for at least a decade. (AP PHOTO)
Alice Munro has died after reportedly suffering from dementia for at least a decade. (AP PHOTO)

Nobel Prize-winning Canadian writer Alice Munro, whose exquisitely crafted tales of the loves, ambitions and travails of small-town women in her native land had made her a globally acclaimed master of the short story, has died at the age of 92, her publisher says.

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