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“Master of the short story”honored(九年级阅读)  

2013-10-21 09:46:22|  分类: 九年级阅读 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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加拿大短篇小说大师摘得诺贝尔文学奖桂冠。
        Canada’s Alice Munro—called the“masterof the contemporary short story”—hasbeen awarded the2013Nobel Prize in Literature.“Master of the short story”honored - 称子英语 - 孙广趁教育教学工作室
 
  According to the Nobel committee,the 82-year-old is a thorough but forgiving documenter of the human spirit.
  Munro is the first winner of the$1.2million prize to be fully identified with Canada.She is also the rare author to win for short stories.
  The writer says in a statement that she hopes the Nobel“brings further recognition to the short story form.”
  Munro began writing in her teenage years.She was still a college student when she sold a story to CBC radio in Canada.Since the1960s,she has published more than a dozen collections of short stories.
  Her stories are usually set in Ontario(安大略省),her home province.Among her best-known is “The Bear Came Over the Mountain,”a story about a woman who begins losing her memory and agrees with her husband that she should be put in a nursing home.
  Munro has been praised for the precision of her language,the perfection of detail,and the surprise and logic of her storytelling.She is proof that excellent storytelling and deep characterization can be realized in just30to40pages.
  Critics and fellow writers have praised her in every way a writer can be praised.“[Munro is]the kind of writer about whom it is often said—no matter how well known she becomes—that she ought to be better known,”fellow Canadian writer Margaret Atwood once wrote.
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