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Alice Munro's lifelong friend says it's 'a time for sad reflection'

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Canadian author Alice Munro has died at the age of 92. Douglas Gibson, an editor and publisher, was Munro's friend for over 50 years. Gibson told CBC News that this is ‘a time for sad reflection,’ and ‘tears have been shed.’ Munro was revered worldwide as a master of short stories and won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2013.

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